At The Farm, Betty (Lili Reinhart) is interrogating Edgar (Chad Michael Murray), who dives into some lame story about why he started the cult in the first place. But Betty doesn’t care. All she wants to talk about is how he allegedly brought her brother, Chic (Hart Denton), back to life.
“Do you have someone dress up like Charles?” she asks, only to receive a chuckle from Edgar.
At school, Cheryl’s (Madelaine Petsch) obsession with The Farm is at an all-time high. When Toni (Vanessa Morgan) pulls Betty aside, she demands to know what’s really happening behind closed doors.
Betty explains that Cheryl believes she’s seeing Jason, despite the fact that everyone knows he’s dead. Although Betty tries to give Cheryl a reality check by showing her the video where Clifford (Barclay Hope) kills Jason, she’s still in denial.
Later on, Betty visits her dad, Hal (Lochlyn Munro), in jail. He explains that Alice (Mädchen Amick) asked him for a divorce, which prompts Betty to confront her mom, demanding to know if she’s engaged to Edgar.
“Edgar and I have a deep understanding of one another,” Alice says.
When she refuses to hear Betty’s side, Betty smothers her mom with a rag and brings her to the bunker. “This is your life. Look at it. And remember who you are,” Betty says, leaving her with a stack of photo albums.
Betty returns a few hours later, only to find Alice burning all the photos.
After threatening Evelyn (Zoé De Grand Maison) for absolutely nothing, Betty sits down to listen to her mom’s interview tapes from The Farm. In a surprising turn of events, Alice reveals that her family life hasn’t been the same since Chic died because she’s afraid of what Betty might to do her.
“I think she wants to hurt me,” she says. “She’s her father’s daughter. She has the same darkness in her that I saw in him.”
Dark Betty is baaaccckkk.
When Betty returns to the bunker, she says, “We’re going somewhere.” After a short drive, she takes off Alice’s blindfold and hands her over to…Evelyn.