Motel. 231. Father Scoffield answers the door. Jaye says that Katrina has to go back, and that she has a feeling he agrees with her. Father asks, "Jeez, I don't know. Uh, is your little friend going to beat me up?" Jaye says that he did get excited, but that he doesn't have to know. She sees the priest packing. "You're not leaving without her?" she kind of asks. Father Scoffield says he's not a parole officer, and that he can't drag her back to the convent. Jaye says that Katrina does want to go back: "She's just had too much cheese." She says they have to squash her doubt. She asks whether it would help if they got her re-baptized. "It's holy water, not magic water," says the priest. There's a sound of a big truck backing up as Jaye asks what the difference is. Father Scoffield says that one is faith and the other is fantasy. He says he can't find Sister Katrina's faith for her. Jaye wrestles with the priest's luggage, saying she'll find it for her: "Just give me twenty-four hours, and I'll have her singing 'Sweet Jesus' all the doo-dah-day long. And you can bring her back to Him. All three Hims. Jesus, God and...the other one."
Aaron takes Tupperware out of the fridge and says that God has to talk to people, or nobody would know His will. Jaye says that's a good point. Katrina nods in agreement. Jaye tells Katrina to listen closely. "He has a theology degree," she brags. "Several, actually." She asks how many he needs. "One more. Leave me alone," Aaron answers. He says that God doesn't have to be talk talking. I remember that band. Talk Talk. Aaron says that people need to take license with that detail. Aaron holds up the cat salt shaker and says it's not always going to be, "Hello, Jaye!" Jaye smacks his arm and tells him to stop. Aaron says that some people believe that early man's gut instinct was just God telling man to "fight, flee, or f-f-f-...fun have." He notes that several well-known serial killers believe that God gave them very specific instructions. Katrina says that this isn't helping anymore. Jaye smacks her brother again. Darrin and Karen enter the kitchen and say it's a nice surprise to see Jaye. Karen tells Aaron that Tupperware is not an eating vessel. Whatever, lady. Katrina accidentally introduces herself with the "Sister," and then stammers a few times that she's an ex-nun, and that she's just "Katrina" now. Aaron says to Jaye, "You never said she was a nun." Katrina: "Ex." Karen asks Jaye to one side of the room with her so that people can't hear them talking. "Is this about your 'sode?" she asks Jaye. "Are you seeking counsel in the church?" Jaye says she isn't. And then lies: "Yes. Yes, it's about my 'sode and my stress issue? But thanks to God, I'm better every day and you don't have to worry." Karen says that's wonderful. "You are aware nuns are Catholic?" she adds.