|“||Where's my daughter?! Where's her body?!||”|
— Leona while and after she slapped Alison
Through a Glass, Darkly Leona walks out of the Rosewood Church following Mona’s funeral service. As Leona is having a moment by herself with Mona’s casket, Alison approaches. When Leona turns to face her, Alison says that she came to pay her respects, and to tell her once more that that she had nothing to do with Mona’s death. Overcome with grief and outrage, Leona slaps Alison across the face and screams, “where’s my daughter? Where’s her body?” Hanna walks over and tells Leona that it is okay, before she leads her away from Alison. In Mona’s bedroom, Leona is straightening the pillows on the bed. Hanna calls out to her from the doorway, and explains that she put a load in the dishwasher, before asking if Leona needs any help folding the chairs. When Leona tells her no, “it’s alright”, Hanna says that she thinks she’ll go. As Hanna turns to walk from the bedroom, Leona takes a deep breath and apologizes about what happened at the service, “it was just… her. Alison. Alive”. Hanna tells her that people understand, and Leona says that it was like Mona was lost at sea, “I accepted that she’s dead. My daughter is dead. But where is she?” Leona questions why she held a funeral for an empty casket, and Hanna tells her that she was trying to find a way to say goodbye, they all are, and that funeral probably helped a lot of people, to which Leona says that she hopes it helped someone. Hanna tells her that she’s just going to fold the chairs before she goes, and as Hanna goes to leave, Leona grabs a stuffed dog from Mona’s bed. Calling Hanna back, Leona tells her that she wants her to take care of the stuffed animal. Leona is in Mona’s bedroom with Hanna, and tells her that she’s decided what to do. Picking a book from Mona’s shelf, Mona explains that she’s going to set up a fund, “to buy books for the children’s library”, and that inside of each book there will be a card, “with a picture of Mona. Explaining that the book is a gift from her”. Hanna says that she thinks that’s a really nice idea, and passing a book to Hanna, Leona mentions that Mona loved to read, “for a long time I think it was all she had”. Calling Hanna’s name as she stares into nothing, Leona asks if Hanna would like to keep the book she’s holding. Hanna thanks her, before saying that she’s been thinking about what Leona has said about Mona being afraid. Going on, Hanna says that she remembers Mona telling her that she wanted to set up cameras to keep an eye on things. Leona questions, “cameras?”, and Hanna asks if Leona thinks Mona would have done something like that.
Season 5 (2/25)
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