Niagara Falls. The Barrel. Eric. He fake-wipes a counter. Pull back. Katrina and Jaye sit with Father Scoffield at a restaurant table as a song plays about not wanting these devils. Katrina, all smiles, tells the priest that this is God's work. Jaye smiles. Shout-out to Kate Bush as Father Scoffield points and Jaye and says, "No it is this woman's work." Katrina says that God brought them there to perform His work for Jaye. Father Scoffield tells Jaye that although Katrina has been living in a nunnery for twelve years, he hasn't. Jaye says that Katrina's faith is back, better than ever, and that he should be thanking her. The priest asks what she's hoping to get from this. Jaye says there's one little thing.
Close-up on Eric, who can somehow hear all of this.
"An exorcism?" the priest shouts loudly. The restaurant stares. Jaye looks around, terrified.
Eric lowers his head, disappointed in something.
Jaye whispers that she has to drink in this place. Father Scoffield asks Jaye if she's out of her mind. Jaye says she's willing to try anything. She says that Katrina is also willing to try anything to help, which also helps Sister Katrina in turn: "It's a big circle of help." Katrina calls Jaye "afflicted": "Demons live inside of her." She says that Jaye needs their help to purge the demons. Jaye looks down: "Sadly, it's all true." Father Scoffield says he doesn't do exorcisms: "They're violent and dangerous and stupid." Jaye says they shouldn't discourage Katrina when she's eager to do God's work. Jaye says she hasn't had a good night's sleep in weeks. Katrina tells the priest that if he does this for her she will willingly and joyously go back to the convent. Katrina says that God works in mysterious ways, so maybe he didn't talk to her so that she would leave and meet Jaye and the priest would come out to find her so that the two of them could help Jaye so that you could read this recap and I could have to watch a show on a Friday night like a nine-year-old girl instead of sinning with my boyfriend. Good work, God. Father Scoffield asks Jaye if she'll give them a minute alone. Jaye leaves. "There's something you should know about that girl," Father Scoffield tells Katrina. And I do believe that's the first non-Jaye moment in this show's history.