"The Nazi Hunter" has a nice ring to it. Speaking of ringing, the man investigating Arden on Sister Jude's behalf is Sam Goodman, played by Mark Margolis. You may remember him as Hector "Tio" Salamanca, the angry, bell-ringing, former cartel member from Breaking Bad.
As Briarcliff continues to get more inauspicious, Sister Jude begins to look more like the holiest person in the joint. That may not last long, however (more on that later).
An argument with Dr. Arden reveals his plan to remove her from the asylum.
"You and I both know that during my absence, you finally got the chance to stick your nose in my lab."
"It wasn't all that interesting," Sister Jude replies.
"Your ineptitude is staggering," says Arden.
Sister Jude asks Dr. Arden to start their relationship fresh, but he has his mind set on erasing her tenure as the asylum's leader.
Dr. Arden decides to make Sister Jude ask for forgiveness before he presses charges for allowing Charlotte to shoot him.
"I'd prefer you'd grovel," he says. "Perhaps if you prostrated yourself on the floor, and beg my forgiveness."
"You're through here Sister," Arden continues. "And you know it."
Arden threatens to demand Sister Jude's dismissal by the Monsignor and Sister Jude takes it like a child being berated for skipping school.
As if being outnumbered by the Monsignor and Dr. Arden wasn't enough, Sister Jude also has to deal with Sister Mary Eunice joining the dark side.
In her possessed state, Sister Mary Eunice has shown a few unworldly powers, but she has yet to use the choke hold. Sister Jude has to be grateful for that.
Or maybe she did use the choke hold on Shelley, because every Shelley appearance lately has shown her gargling, unable to breathe.
Sister Mary Eunice moved Shelley to the woods before Sister Jude performed her inspection of Dr. Arden's lab.
"I know what you did, Sister," Arden says to Sister Mary Eunice. "Thank you for protecting me."
"Protecting us," she says.