In an offscreen development, Sally convinced Josh and Nora to dig up Nick and Stevie’s body and have Donna the witch bring them to life. Given the grave robbing and Donna’s $2K per resurrection fee, that’s true friendship.
Meanwhile, hipster beard Aidan manages to crawl his way to a phone and calls home. Josh and Sally pick him up, and Aidan learns the whole story of Sally being alive.
With uninfected human blood scarce, Aidan struggles to find food. While trying to score some illegally, he's beaten up by werewolves and saved by Henry, his vampire protégé.
Henry managed to find the one uninfected girl in Boston and trapped in the apartment as his constant food source. But he calls her his “girlfriend” so somehow that makes it ok (not really).
Not really into indentured servitude, Aidan frees the girl, which royally ticks Henry off.
A newcomer named Liam - father of Connor and Brynn, the werewolf wonder twins from last season - approaches Nora just as she was about to go wolf. He knew Connor was dead, but wants to locate Brynn.
When Josh, who planned to ask Nora to marry him, finds her missing from the storage unit she transforms in, he gets worried.
Meanwhile, Sally – now able to actually wear different outfits – runs into an old friend, Trent. Which was a warning from Donna: A condition of her resurrection was that she couldn’t see anyone from her old life.
Booze and hormones, known for their help in good decision making, take over and Sally and Trent make out. Next day, he ends up dead. Uh-oh.