But then Ray finally tells him that it was Henry Drinkwater, tying together the stories I Know This Much Is True has told us over the past few episodes in a stronger way than I frankly saw coming. Dominick goes to Ralph, who thought he always knew, and that colors all of their interactions in retrospect.
You guys, in the midst of all the actual living prophet stuff and the devil sex bed stuff, I haven't even told you about all of my dreams coming true. Or, rather, Kristen's dream. Kristen and David are still a bit testy after everything that went down with the exorcism on Halloween. David thinks their differences are their strength, but only if Kristen trusts him enough to have discussions about it. We see them have this conversation in David's room and Kristen leaves after acknowledging how weird her life has become. Then we see that same scene again, but instead of Kristen leaving, David grabs her AND THEY MAKE OUT. I mean, David's shirt comes off entirely too fast for this to be real, but still, THEY ARE KISSING. But then David turns into George (Marti Matulis) and it is awful and Kristen wakes up. Kristen has the best dreams, until they become the worst dreams. So, yes, George is back, but Kurt gives her a coping mechanism to help her have lucid dreaming -- dreaming in which she is aware she is dreaming -- so that she can have control of George. It works, and she tells George off, but George isn't going anywhere any time soon. Ah, weird green demons popping up in your sex dreams truly are your subconscious's cold shower. 59ce067264