Sally can’t stomach being forced to watch "Old Sally" be killed by Danny all over again so she jumps into her own body to take control of the situation. Armed with what she knows now, there is no way she’ll let Danny ruin her life this time around. So instead of Danny pushing her down the steps like he did before, Sally punches him in the nose and escapes from the house.
Along with breaking Danny’s nose, Sally also bruises her hand so she and her best friend Bridget take a trip to the emergency room where she meets nurse Aidan who has no idea who she is now that the course of the future has been changed. At first, Sally is concerned about the effects that changing the past might have but once she sees Aidan she gets all giddy and throws caution to the wind for a school girl crush.
In the alternate timeline Bridget and Sally are still best friends but Bridget feels no compunction whatsoever about surreptitiously dating Sally's ex-fiancé, Danny. Not cool, Bridge. And when Sally tries to warn her about Danny's abusive ways, Bridget just assumes Sally is jealous and brushes it off.
Sally is inhabiting her old body but she still has all of her old memories. When she realizes that Aidan is about to kill his coworker, Rebecca, Sally steps in to save him from himself. Of course, she has to explain herself after that. Sally tells Aidan plainly that she’s a ghost from the future. Aidan is skeptical at first—naturally—but he finally believes her story.
As Sally settles into the new timeline, she sets out to re-create the same home life in the present that she had in the future. First step? Getting Josh and Aidan to move in with her, even though she’s not a ghost this time. So, they’ll need an extra bedroom. Josh of course is hesitant but Aidan’s already falling hard Sally and at this point will pretty much do anything that she says.
In this version of events, Josh still meets Ray and he still doesn’t know right away that it was Ray who turned him into a werewolf. Ray is still his surly self—a wolf who hates all vampires with a passion. Being privy to the future, Sally knows that Ray is bad news and tries to warn Josh, who of course doesn’t heed her caution.
Josh should maybe take a closer listen to Sally’s advice because the last person who didn’t heed her words – Bridget—ended up dead. Sally’s distraught Danny killed her best friend and of course she has no way to prove it so he gets away with murder, yet again. She calls the cops but they just think she's crazy so they leave, giving Aidan a stern warning to give this girl her meds regularly next time.
Josh and Nora are dating but just like in the future, Nora isn’t so sure that Josh is all that into her so he shows her just how “into” her he is by doing the nasty with her in one of the hospital rooms. Spontaneous! But since their impromptu romp is on the night of a full moon time isn’t on Josh’s side. Luckily Sally shows up to whisk Josh off to the basement so he can turn without A) freaking out Nora and B) scratching Nora.
So, while Nora doesn’t get scratched, Sally DOES as she tried to get Josh safely into the basement cellar before his turn. Josh hates what he’s doomed Sally to but Sally doesn’t mind. She figures that at least she’s not a ghost this time around, so from her angle—this is a win!
Old habits die-hard and Aidan is till up to his wicked tricks. Although he’s in love with Sally and appears to be a changed man, that doesn’t stop him from hitting up a blood den with his maker, Bishop. Random: Does this count as cheating in the vampire relationship world?
Ray, who hates vampires, shows up to the blood den to start a ruckus with the vampires and he brings a reluctant Josh along with him to carry out his mission. Sally also shows up to try to intervene and in the scuffle Ray ends up conking her on the head with a pipe, accidentally killing her. As she lay dying, Aidan professes his love and his regrets as Josh looks on feeling all kinds of guilty.