Aidan, weakened from drinking spiked blood and with Erin about to stake him, manages to get the better of her and throw her against a bookshelf. She's knocked unconscious. Josh walks in to see the mess (literally and figuratively. The cleaning bill's gonna be a bitch).
Nora blames Aidan for the whole situation, putting Josh in the awkward position of having to pick a side - his best friend or his girlfriend.
Nora's friend Kat shows up to the Brownstone looking for her, but once again encounters Aidan. He agrees to help fix her leaky faucet and they end up bonding over the Revolutionary war (she's getting her master's in it, he lived through it). Odd as it sounds, this is flirtation.
Back at the hospital, Josh's sister gives him a pep talk and their grandmother's ring so he can finally work up the nerve to propose to Nora.
Liam comes to visit Erin, thanking her for trying to kill Aidan and promising her life wasn't in vain. Then he suffocates her! Guy is nuts!
Nora's devastated. Josh comforts her and tells her, shades of Meredith Grey, that she's his person - and that no matter his relationship to Aidan, he'll always choose her.
Aidan tries to get Kenny to realize being a vampire sorta sucks, but Kenny doesn't care. He's leaving his isolation tank when he's 18 whether he's a vampire or not. He just figures the former means he won't die. Caught between a rock and a hard place, Aidan agrees to turn Kenny.
Meanwhile, Sally reconnects with her old friend Bridget (remember her from season 1?). Bridget's sporting a goth look now and has joined this hipadelic group that supposedly communes with the dead. She has Sally come to a meeting.
The group isn't all talk - they DO communicate with the dead. Because a bunch of skeezy middle aged ghosts possess all the girls. Sally, who can see them, disperses them and tells Bridget her "trances" of the last few months have actually been when she's possessed. Bummer.
When Sally brushes her hair that night, large clumps start to fall out. Upon further examination she sees that her scalp seems to be...rotting. Uh-oh.