As Sally talks about how monsters are afraid of humans, we see Josh sitting at the hospital waiting as his sister is bandaged. When the doctors finish, Emily talks to Bishop about the attack and Aidan rushes into the waiting room.
JOSH: Now that Aidan has shown up, Josh is furious he didn’t protect Emily. Aidan feels awful and his guilt soon turns to worry when he realizes Marcus was responsible for the beating. Clearly, Marcus is trying to get back at Josh. Aidan confronts Bishop but Bishop blows him off so Aidan tells Josh to take Emily and leave town. There’s only one place Emily wants to go, though: Home. After surviving an awkward homecoming Josh discovers that his abrupt departure caused his parents to break up. Worse, Emily has given their father Josh’s journal where Josh wrote in depth about becoming a werewolf. Josh denies it at first but later admits that he is indeed a werewolf. Initially, he vows to stay with his family but when Marcus comes calling he knows his life is too dangerous to get them involved.
AIDAN: Aidan’s guilt about Emily’s attack prompts him to follow Josh to his family home. Of course, Josh’s parents invite Aidan to stay for dinner and Aidan accepts but something in the meal activates his vampire instincts. Before Josh’s parents can notice, he slips away to their bathroom to recover. He’s still trying to recuperate when Marcus shows up at the home looking to wreak more havoc on Josh’s family. Thankfully, Aidan is able to heal himself in time to save Josh’s family from Marcus. Back in Boston, Aidan visits the vampire headquarters at the funeral home to warn Bishop and Marcus to stay away from his friends. Marcus challenges Aidan in front of the assembled vampires and when Bishop puts Marcus in his place, Marcus’s anger makes him secretly seek the counsel of the vampire elders.
SALLY: Sally feels guilty for pushing Bridget to date Danny—maybe she did it on purpose to punish Bridget for moving in on her former love. So, now that she’s worried for Bridget’s safety, she feels like she has to do something. Ultimately, she tries to frighten Danny by trashing his apartment again—this time with Danny in it. When Danny refuses to be cowered, and actually goes so far as to taunt her, Sally knows she has to find another way to break them up. Eventually, she decides to tell Bridget that Danny killed her. Bridget soon confronts Danny but what Sally couldn’t predict was Danny using that information to make Bridget feel sorry for him. In the end, Bridget chooses to stay with Danny and Sally knows there’s nothing she can do to keep Bridget from getting hurt.
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