Frank brings in the newest patient, who was dropped off at the sanitarium with no identification. He takes Sister Jude to the patient's cell and the nun asks what her name is. She gets no answer and points out that the patient caused a disturbance when someone at the bar where she was made an anti-Semitic joke. The patient says that she broke a bottle and cut them, and Sister Jude asks if she lost someone during the war. When the patient simply whistles, Sister Jude says that they'll start treatment in the morning...Read the full recap
Sister Jude: So, Anne Frank, is it? What a relief it will be to millions of schoolchildren to know you survived.
Kit: Dr. Thredson, he... he said some things that are starting to make sense.
Grace: Well, if you were crazy, they wouldn't make sense to you. Self-doubt is a sure sign of sanity.
Kit: Wait, you're confusing me. If... you're saying that if I'm crazy, then I wouldn't believe Dr. Threadson, but if I'm sane, then my crazy stories would be true?
Grace: I have no idea what you just said.