Following an intense exorcism, Ava attempts to patch up her professional and private life while piecing together all that occurred under Nephula's control. Her family are by her side to help her clean her apartment but remain emotionally distant, which seems simultaneously reasonable and toxic considering Ava's delicate mental state. In order to avoid jail time, Ava agrees to enroll in a rehab program for the recently exorcised -- Spiritual Possession Anonymous or SPA.
Attempts to have a girl's night prove futile as her friends do not believe that she had no control of her actions, implicitly holding her accountable for what she said and did. Her boyfriend won't return her calls, and upon returning to work at a record company she finds one artist she signed exploiting her plight for a new hit single (which isn't half-bad, by the way). With each new low Ava encounters making amends with those she wronged, the closer she gets to SPA's rebellious formerly possessed Hazel, who believes that she and her demon had a special connection and wants to invite him back into her body.