In Season 2, episode 5 of “Scream Queens,” Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) is finally going to inform the authorities about the series of murders that took place at C.U.R.E. Institute.

According to the synopsis for the episode, titled “Chanel Pour Homme-icide,” the terrible events that take place on the night of the hospital staff’s Halloween party will leave Dean Munsch with no other choice but to notify the police of the ongoing killing spree in the medical facility.

In previous episodes of the season, Dean Munsch was adamant in keeping the killings a secret because she feared that once the murders make it to the news, the authorities will soon order the closure of the teaching hospital. And if that happens, she will have a lesser chance of finding a cure for her Kuru disease.

Much to Dean Munsch’s surprise, however, her decision to notify the authorities about the murders results in an influx of new patients. While that’s definitely great news for the hospital owner, the growing number of patients means more work for Chanel (Emma Roberts), and she doesn’t like it.

Fed up with doing dirty work, Chanel devises a plan to put the new patients to use by enlisting them to join the Chanels. The preview clip (shown above) for the episode shows a glimpse of Chanel #7 and Chanel #8, but by the looks of it, the new recruits won’t last that long as it seems that the Green Meanie won’t stop until they are all dead.

In the same episode, Zayday (Keke Palmer) and Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin) pay a visit to someone with ties to the hospital’s past in an attempt to find out who the killer is.

In addition, after being absent in the past two episodes, Ingrid Hoffel (Kirstie Alley) returns in episode 5 to continue making the lives of the Chanels a living hell.

“Chanel Pour Homme-icide” airs Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 9 p.m. ET on FOX.

Jamie Lee Curtis as Dean Munsch In Season 2, episode 5 of “Scream Queens,” Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) finally notifies the authorities about the series of murders at C.U.R.E. Institute. Photo: Michael Becker / FOX