At the end of the last episode, Sally woke up in the same strange room she saw "Lil Smokie" be stabbed in during one of her pops back in time. Thankfully this go 'round she isn't stuck back in time and there’s no knife-wielding cult surrounding her. **sigh of relief** It seems that she's merely in a secret room on the opposite room of Josh and Nora's closet that’s existed all along. Go figure.
When Sally got stuck in the past recently, she and Aidan had a torrid love affair. Now, in the present, she can't keep her mind off of Aidan and, since he's dreaming about her, it seems that Aidan can't keep his mind off of her either. Awww.
Once Sally tells Aidan about the hidden room she was trapped in Aidan bursts through like the Kool Aid man. Oh, yeah!
Not only is the creepy hidden room eerily decorated like a haunted life-sized dollhouse the most sinister aspect is the pool of dried blood under the bed. Not to mention the hash marks etched into it. The countdown begins? …
But before the roomies can investigate further, Sally’s father, Mr. Malik, shows up to inform Aidan, Nora and Josh that he’s sold the house and they only have a few days to get out.
The roommates concede and decide to move out but Ramona (AKA Lil Smokie) appears and begs them not to leave. She’s been in this house forever and the gang has been her company whether they realize it or not. She confides that she'll be lonely without them.
As the roommates deal with the discovery of Ramona, Astrid, Kenny’s werewolf girlfriend, shows up at the brownstone with a gun cocked and Andrew and Mark behind her fully loaded. They’ve come to take what they feel is rightfully theirs—Josh.
Nora screams for Josh’s help but Ramona locks him inside his bedroom and won’t let him out until he turns. She knows that he’ll need the wolf to get him through this one.
Meanwhile Sally and Aidan track down Ramona’s twin sister, Beatrice, to tell her that her twin sister’s ghost is haunting their house. Naturally, this doesn’t go over too well with her and she kindly has security escort Aidan out, with Sally trailing behind him—unseen by their human eyes of course.
With Sally’s help, Josh taps into his inner peace and finally confronts the wolf he’s been hiding from all this time. Maybe from here on out, he’ll be able to control the wolf that’s been running his life.
In order to keep some semblance of peace, Aidan cleans up the house and tells Kenny that the werewolves killed Astrid, not Josh. It’s a good lie but unfortunately it falls apart when Astrid shows up as a ghost and tells Kenny the truth. Does this mean war?