I really loved Lucille helping the suffragette. Not just helping her adjust to needing more help, but listening to her and Sister Monica Joan about what it's like in the later years of life. Plus, Lucille blocking the door was amazeballs. And I liked that she was left the medal while the little girl was left the money she might have made helping the elderly lady.
Fred had me wanting to smack him! Support your wife, fool! I'm glad he came around in the end and apologized to Violet. I did wonder if he felt she didn't believe the CDC couldn't protect them--ie: that HE couldn't protect HER if shit hit the fan. It seemed that way a bit. Still, good he realized his mistake.
Oh, Sister Hilda! I didn't get why she was trying so hard to be in charge. I think it might be a carryover from her helping the former Mother Superior. But I liked that Trixie snarked just a bit to get her to chill out. Also, we've known about sickle cell my whole life, so it was interesting to see Dr. Turner try to see how to get a handle on a disease the British medical community knows little about. And yay for the Ghanaian family for staying! Nice that the dad's boss worked with him to keep him on staff.