Nico and Leah squabble about a missing bag of Doritos. Nico accuses Leah of stealing them, which she vehemently denies. During this skirmish, Nico spots Evangeline, who has gathered a cache of snacks and supplies. Seeing that Evangeline has his precious last bag of Doritos, he charges at her. Unfazed, Evangeline invites the two to join her for a “last supper” of sorts. Nico wants to leave with his bag of Doritos but is convinced to stay because the storm outside is getting worse. Evangeline invites Nico and Leah to share what they are thankful for in these final hours of humanity.
Nico responds irreverently and sarcastically at first, saying that he is grateful that Evangeline found his Doritos. After Leah admonishes him for being rude, Nico’s responses become crueler and sacrilegious. If there is a God, why would He allow Nico to be traumatized by bullies in high school? And why would He take Nico’s partner Morgan—the only person who truly understood him—leaving him all alone?
Leah threatens to leave. She would rather die alone than spend her final hours with somebody so selfish and disrespectful. She accepts that she will die alone in her hometown with nobody to remember her. Evangeline consoles her, saying that her friends and family who predeceased her remembered her fondly and are watching over her. As Evangeline reaches out towards her, Leah breaks down and admits that she stole money from her grandmother and other family members to fuel her heroin addiction, all while claiming the money was for her graduate school tuition, for starting a nonprofit organization, and for paying her rent while she was student teaching. Leah never had the chance to apologize, and wonders if her grandmother would have ever forgiven her.
Shocked by this revelation, Evangeline turns away from Leah and recites the Lord’s Prayer. Leah believes Evangeline is just like the rest of her family, who judged her harshly and refused to forgive her. Nico guides Leah toward the exit. Evangeline stops them, admitting that she is not perfect and has been grappling with her own prejudices. She believes everybody deserves love, and once again invites Nico and Leah to stay with her.
Nico desperately wants to visit Morgan’s grave and see the last sunrise at Elm Park before the world ends. When Leah says she wants to stay, Nico storms off calling Leah an untrustworthy traitor.
Evangeline sets up her “last supper.” She says she is grateful for food, shelter, for having met both Nico and Leah, and most importantly, for God. She lights a candle as Leah shares her gratitude that Nico and her beloved grandmother. They smile. Evangeline bows her head in prayer and Leah quietly apologizes to her Gram.