I ended up missing show 5 (Scotto Moore's Fire, Sleep With Me). All that is known of this piece is that it is not in any way associated with David Lynch's film of a similar name. It boasts a hell of a cast (they all do, actually), so I'm happy letting that remain a bit of a mystery until I get to see it at the 10:30p show tonight.
The band's transition from Marcy Rodenborn's Emancipation to Nick Stokes' Tea Time begins with a rendition of "You Will Be His," which is appropriate for the moment.
Tea Time is a dark and brooding little piece, in which a not small amount of abuse is heaped upon Betty Campbell and Becky Poole's pregnant character.