Lana finally makes it big and publishes her book. It’s not accurate but who cares! She’s on top of the world. She won! Screw the asylum, Kit, Sister Jude and anyone else. She finally got what she wanted: the fame the fortune, all of it. To the victors go the spoils. Except she leaves out a little truth that is coming back to haunt her.
Except her spawnling Johnny is out there, looking to pick up where daddy left off. Johnny’s got his gun and is pissed off. Kid has some issues. Serious issues and I have a feeling that Lana is going to pay the price for it all. And she should.
Like I said Kit’s got it good. The ’60s and ’70s were definitely the time to move out to a farm and have a progressive family. That is until Alma decides to off Grace. And back to the asylum we go. It comes full circle in a way, I guess. I don’t know.
Sister Jude, is officially a lost cause. But through her we get to see what happens when the state takes over and to be honest, it’s not great. The asylum is a hole and everything awful that we perceived them to be at the time. It’s a great way, along with Kit’s visits to Alma to show what’s become of the place and while under the care of the Church the asylum wasn’t perfect, it was way better than what the State offered.
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