Kenny sends two of his goons (how weird is it that he’s RUNNING Boston, now?) to swoop up Aidan because he wants to have a reunion with his dear old dad. Kenny also wants to show Aidan the man he’s become since that chilly day in the woods when Aidan was going to kill him for feeding off Nora. My, how times have changed.
But there’s a catch of course. Sally quickly learns that some doors should be left unopened when Donna appears in the living room INSTEAD of the “door” (as in the door leading to the great eternal beyond) Sally was bargaining for. Donna makes Sally do the Macarena and threatens to be bound to her forever but Sally ain’t having that.
Sally refuses to go quietly this time with Donna and somehow conjures up enough anger to burn Donna from the inside out. But as Donna burns so does the spell book while also simultaneously burning into Sally’s body and memory. So Donna’s gone (it seems) but the spell book and all its power and evil now live on inside of Sally. That’s a good or bad thing, depending if you’re a glass half full kind of guy or gal.
Back in vampire land, Kenny tries to impress Aidan with a state of the art blood den/club he’s started. Aidan, as jaded as any 260something, barely bats an eyelash.
Josh on the other hand is all kinds of worked up. He’s back at the hospital but can barely keep it together. His wolf is getting the better of him and he goes running from his job in search of something— but neither us nor the human part of Josh knows what the wolf is out to get.
Later that night, Josh is nearly jumped by two jerky werewolves but surprise, surprise, Josh can now turn at will! No full moon needed!! The wolf helps him out of a sticky situation but now that we’re thinking about it, what the Hell was in the spell Sally put on him?
Kenny lures Aidan into the woods to kill Aidan (sound familiar?) but he doesn’t have the fangs to do it. Kenny does end up revealing that it was he who put a hit out on Josh’s head. Kenny also reveals his true, mutated face to Aidan. He’s been compelling Aidan and others all along to see past his mutations.
As Nora and Sally are chatting it up and rejoicing in Nora’s new scar-less belly when writing that only Sally can see appears on the wall. A cry for help it reads, “Don’t leave me”. Is the little girl from Sally’s flashbacks trying to make contact?
Suzanna for her part is leaving a clearer message—she hates vampires and will be staking them out one by one. To Aidan’s surprise, the person responsible for killing all the vampires in Kenny’s blood den is none other than his ex-wife. How’s he going to keep this one a secret?