Thredson: Sure you won't change your mind?
Lana: You think I'm crazy. Oh, wait. That'd be you. I think we established that when you chained me to the bed and called me Mommy.
Sister Jude: It's an extraordinary thing. You know that? You throw me in the madhouse, you strip away everything I have, everything I know, you treat me like a rabid dog, like a madwoman. And you know what happens? I'm blessed with the gift of total clarity. I am more sane now as a madwoman than I ever was as the head of Briarcliff.
Byers: You're one tough cookie, you know that?
Lana: I am tough. But I'm no cookie.
UK: January 15, 2013 on FOX
Australia: April 15, 2013 on ELEVEN
Sweden: December 8, 2013 on Kanal 9
Music: Our Day Will Come (Ruby & The Romantics), Love Potion No. 9 (The Searchers)
Thredson: But you know what, Lana? We'll always have Paris.
Referencing the 1942 Michael Curtiz film Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. At the end of the movie, Bergman's character, Ilsa, asks "What about us?" and Bogart's character, Rick, replies "We'll always have Paris."