But we learned the ghost-woman has a name -- Mavis. That's exciting right? Lafayette-Mavis breaks into Hoyt's house (which was apparently once Mavis') as Lafayette proceeds to pull a gun on everyone who tries to help -- Andy, Jason, Terry (this baby-hostage) situation did not require more police help, apparently -- and continually pronounces "baby" as "bay-bee."
Jesus to the rescue! He calmly explains to Lafayette-Mavis that her baby is dead (and so is she) and his boyfriend is a medium and she entered his body. Good work, Jesus! It also helped that Lafayette-Mavis discovers his-her penis. "How'd I make a baby with this?" he-she says. Good question.
Mavis reveals she and her baby were buried in Hoyt's front yard. All she wants to do is cradle her baby one last time. Awesome. I could have done without seeing Lafayette-Mavis cradling her dead baby's corpse, but whatever gets her spirit out of his body, I 'suppose.
"Sweet Jesus, it's a miracle," Arlene says after Mavis flies out of Lafeyette's body and glows and goes up to heaven. I guess.
BEST POLICE THEORY: Jason, to Jesus on what he originally thought was going on with Lafayette. "When you guys role-play, does Lafayette ever turn into a woman named Mavis."
LEAST APPROPRIATE RESPONSE TO A GHOST-LADY THANKING YOU FOR REUNITING HER WITH HER DEAD BABY: "You got it, bitch." -- Lafayette.
BEST MOTIVATION FOR PACKING UP YOUR EX-GIRLFRIEND'S STUFF: Hoyt spotting Jessica's Taylor Swift CD. The "For you, Monster" writing on the box? Not cool, Hoyt.
THE DEBBIE PELT CONUNDRUM: I want to like Debbie because she watches "Cheaters." I don't want to like Debbie because she's back on V, probably using Sookie and seems to have a thing for sadistic pack leader Marcus. But she does like "Cheaters." I'm torn.
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