WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
Last we saw Dr. Barker and Billy, she was administering CPR to him after he was electrocuted by a malfunctioning generator. Well, turns out Billy crossed over to the other side, and is now…a ghost. He gets transported underneath the church to this weird place. Spiritual storage?
Marilyn, the only real doctor left in Port Moore, defibrillates Billy, and gets his heartbeat back to normal. Hoorah. And it would appear that temporary death left all of Billy's chest hairs in tact. Double hoorah.
Father Dan returns to the church, not to help with the funeral proceedings, but rather to help himself to another dose of that weird organism growing in his basement. Looks like the old Father needs his fix.
And Roman is still processing the new information he received from Maggie: that everyone he thought was his friend actually chased his mother Nadine out of Port Moore, and that she died shortly thereafter. Roman's burning the counterfeit cards his good neighbors sent him "from Mom".
While Billy falls into a coma, he slips into ghosthood once again. He goes to visit Roman at his mom's place, and asks him for guidance, for help. Roman wants to know the full story of how he and the posse chased out his mom.
Meanwhile, Billy gives Roman a little more insight. Not only was Nadine a psychic, but she used her powers for bad — blackmail. She blackmailed Billy and Val's father, so Dan drove her to the airport and put her on a plane. Or did he?
Oh, and that story about putting Nadine on the flight? Total bunkum. Dan was driving on his way to Anchorage when he got distracted, swerved off the side of the road, and Nadine was impaled by a tree branch.
Well, remember when we said Billy came back to life? It's not that simple. His body did, but it was then hijacked by the dead Ryan who wants to get revenge on Dr. Barker. He's doing a pretty good job of it.
Abigail and Sophia meet clandestinely in a house, and in silence finalize their pact. They each throw up something that looks like a small bird, or an egg, or a loogy. It's disgusting is all you have to know, and it no doubt spells trouble.