A theory in two parts
The alien overlords are coming. The egg-rock thing is not an egg or rock. It is a homing device and is generating a subspace signal telling the Aliens where to land. The more pink lights appear, the closer the aliens come. "The pink stars are falling" refers to the homing device. More of them will be falling around the world as the aliens prepare for an invasion. Chester's Mill is a testing ground. The aliens are studying humanity to know what our weaknesses are and how to defeat us. As they gather information, they will know how to invade without needing the Dome. The Dome around Chester's Mill is a science project--how to humans react in certain situations. Once the aliens have finished their research, there will be no need for domes, and instead, using their prelaunched homing devices, they will land upon our shores. What about Jorrie? The Dome is using them to amplify the signal of the homing device. Why them? They aren't "special" per se but they do resonate the same frequency as the homing device; not many people do, thus why they are "special." (Thank you Fringe).
Red Herring: a literary device that leads readers or characters towards a false conclusion.
I do not for one moment think that Angie is the monarch. That monarch tattoo screams "deliberate mislead." Following part one of my theory, the "Monarch" is the human that the aliens have chosen to be their representative. The Aliens will either control this person telepathically or take over their body. In my head there are a few contenders:
Barbie: the military man who knows about law, order, and explosives. Also very pretty.
Joey: Connection to the Dome; smart
Norrie: Connection to the Dome
Big Jim: craves power above all else.
Now let's review the actual episode, shall we?
It would be nice if the rest of the town--Linda, Barbie, Big Jim, Angie, Junior--could put aside this "fight for survival" stuff and learn about the mini dome and the "egg." I think each of them might have something to add--either knowledge or experience or suggestions. It's time for Lord of the Flies to die and focus on the bigger issues.
--Angie and Norrie had a nice moment. I think they'd make good sisters-in-law.
--"I didn't want you to know that she chose to leave you." Big Jim is an ass, but that made me sad on the inside. He's a terrible father but like most terrible fathers, he occasionally has bright moments.
--Chester's Mill has now secured water and food. It's time to move past the primal eat-or-be-eaten mentality.
--Jim seems to think the Dome is here to stay; or does he want the Dome to be here to stay?
--What was wrong with Junior's mom? Did she hear voices? Did they warn her of an impending attack or invasion?