"If you're going to be vulgar, I'd just assume you'd not speak at all."
The second red flag comes when he mentions her line of work in the same breath as "Bloody Face."
The third warning comes when the girl is alone in Arden's room, taking off her makeup, when she finds pictures of women who are gagged and bleeding. He also made the girl dress up like a nun, so she would look like the innocent Sister Mary Eunice.
At this point, you would think the mad doctor would claim another victim, but the girl gets lucky by biting him and running away.
-- Adam Levine's character, Leo, has been in two episodes this season. In the first, his arm was cut off. In this one, he is stabbed repeatedly by "Bloody Face." In a show filled with tortured characters, Adam Levine's may take the cake.
-- Now that Lana has lost her friendship with Grace, she is truly alone. That is, unless she dresses like a nun and acts innocent. Then maybe she can get Dr. Arden's attention.
-- If Sister Jude ever discovers Dr. Arden's obsession with Sister Mary Eunice, she will have one giant pawn in their chess match of wits.
What we learned:
-- Sister Jude isn't as pure as she pretends and Dr. Arden's creepiness has been substantiated with photographic evidence of his victims.
What to expect next week:
-- I'm really hoping the possessed Sister Mary Eunice dishes out more of Sister Jude's secrets and we see the violence escalate beyond girly slapping.
-- The preview for next week showed a storm hitting the asylum and Dr. Arden realizing Sister Mary Eunice's possession. Will Dr. Arden be able to do anything about it if the storm shuts off the power? Sister Mary Eunice will bring true evil back into the asylum and it looks like the patients will have to band together if they want to survive.