The devil made her do it, this week. One little devil and just look at all the turmoil. The devil has a way of making the past present, too, especially for Sister Jude.
In the present, Theresa stabs Bloody Face and begins to drag Leo out, only to be stopped by another bloody face who shoots them. Except it’s just a person in a bloody face mask and then another person in a bloody face mask. The first one’s upset and the second’s excited. The first one doesn’t know who ripped the arm off. They turn to see the real Bloody Face behind them.
Back to the past now. Framingham girl missing, says a headline from a 1949 – or 15 years before the show’s main plotline is set. Both Sister Jude and Sister Mary Eunice read it.
Sister Jude remembers the girl she killed in a hit and run as she bakes bread, and Dr. Thredson taunts her. The way Jed died last week is a bone of contention, especially when he says something about a guilty conscience. “The newspaper, where did you get it?” she asks. “What newspaper?” he answers.
Sister Mary Eunice is the Devil now, so she has attitude.
She’s even wearing red lipstick. Sister Jude calls her on it, “It’s called ‘ravish me red’,” she says, and tries to get Sister Jude to drink some communion wine.