“All Alone Now” jolts us with a gruesome opening: following a night of bowling, latest possession victim Blake Morrow macabrely murders his friend Luke’s wife in her own kitchen (as you do). Luke returns home in shock at the ghastly scene.

The next morning, Kyle and the Rev head to a local prison to meet Luke, who believes they can help cleanse Blake of his demon. Handcuffed to a table in a boiler room Blake is interrogated by Reverend Anderson about the entity inside him. Blake vilely recalls raping and murdering Luke’s wife, prompting Luke to emotionally yell, “What the fuck happened to you?!” He collects himself and warns Kyle and the Rev to do what they must…quickly.

At the police station, Mark pleads with Chief Giles to “process the scene” of the camper trailer they discovered in the woods. After some arguing Giles hands him an amateur DNA collection kit and says, “Knock yourself out.”\

Megan discovers an old friend has come into town (we’ll call him…Jason Street). Meanwhile, the Rev shouts the Lord’s Prayer at Blake to no avail. Believing him to be crazy and not possessed, The Reverend gives up…leaving Kyle to try his hand at it. Kyle asks Blake if he knows him and then presses his hand to his forehead, burning him. “You…are outcast?” Blake asks.

Megan visits the former Dillon Lions QB’s hotel and gets the lady at the desk to give her his room number (worst desk lady ever). Meanwhile, the man in the hat breaks into Kyle’s house, looks around, and lays in his bed.

Back at the prison Rev begins an exorcism as Blake mocks him. Kyle tries to leave but a desperate Luke convinces him to stay. Elsewhere, Mark collects evidence in the abandoned trailer while Megan conducts her own investigation in Donnie’s hotel room.


Blake gruesomely breaks his hand to get out of the handcuffs and holds the Rev at crucifix-point. Kyle jumps him and the two fight until Kyle’s blood drips into Blake’s mouth, causing him to spit up black goo. Shortly afterwards they leave and Kyle laments that nothing can be done to save Blake.

Norville catches the man in the hat leaving Kyle’s house and questions his intentions. Mark brings the evidence he collected back to Giles, who says he’ll take it from here. That night Megan experiences a flashback of Donnie during sex with Mark. Yikes, there’s obviously some disturbing sexual past between the two.

An emotionally drained Luke attempts to suffocate Blake but stops before killing him. Kyle visits Norville’s house and discovers him DEAD in a chair with his wrists cut and the man with the hat’s blade on the floor. Norville noooooooooo! Damn you, Data!


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  3. Of course Lembit doesn’t HAVE to answer James’s questions. However, if he really wants to engage with people in the party, even if they are critical, it might be in his interest to do so. James’s blog is very widely read, so he would be reaching a fair number of members, not all of whom will have decided which way to vote.

  4. Good blog! I really love how it is easy on my eyes and the data are well written. I’m wondering how I might be notified whenever a new post has been made. I’ve subscribed to your feed which must do the trick! Have a nice day! “Reputation is what other people know about you. Honor is what you know about yourself.” by Lois McMaster Bujold.


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