Lana learns that she is pregnant and desperately wants to rid herself of the child. Sister Mary Eunice has other plans. Lana also tries to convince Kit that they must kill Thredson, who they've locked away. Monsignor Howard visits Sister Jude who is now an asylum inmate after her attack on Lee Emerson. Everything seems to line up against her but the Monsignor wonders if he is somehow at fault for her breakdown. Emerson has apparently had a religious conversion but he has a surprise for the Monsignor. Dr. Arden tries to make sense of his close encounter and finds some evidence to prove it really happened. He convinces Kit to the next step in his investigation but something quite unexpected happens. In the present day, a new Bloody Face appears. Written by
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When Sister Mary Eunice says "The bad news is, the rabbit died," she is referring to an early form of pregnancy test known as the rabbit test or the Aschheim-Zondek test. Developed in 1927, the test - originally performed on mice - involved injecting a woman's urine into a mouse or rabbit and later observing the changes in the animal's reproductive organs during its autopsy. While all animals involved in this testing would need to be killed in order for the examination to take place, the misconception that the animal would only die if injected with a pregnant woman's urine led to the usage of the phrase "the rabbit died" as a euphemism for a positive pregnancy test. See more
Joseph Fiennes, though portraying a catholic priest, crosses himself like an orthodox priest when in the chapel with Ian McShane. See more