In flashback, we see the first time Elena met Clay. She applied for a typist for the hirsute Professor and (spoiler alert) got the job. Soon they were in love.
Elena and Clay are having sex all over the place and falling in love and stuff. Ah, the innocence of flashbacks.
Clay takes Elena to meet his "family" (meaning Jeremy). Jeremy is not happy Clay brought a human girl home.
Clay shifts to wolf form and bites Elena. So much for true love. Elena passes out.
When she wakes up, she's trapped in a cage in the basement (how romantic). She turns into a werewolf. Clay is thrilled she survived the change, knowing she would "because she's a survivor." He promises to help her deal with life as a wolf.
Back in the present, the sheriffs show up at Stately Stonehaven Manor and reveal that Michael Braxton, a local, is missing and his abandoned car was found on the property. Jeremy agrees to let the angry townsfolk search it for Braxton.
Elena finds Braxton's body. Knowing the Pack - and more specifically, Clay - will likely be blamed, she turns to wolf form to move and hide it.
Daniel Santos, an ex-Pack member, arrives to speak with Jeremy. He offers Jeremy intel on why Karl Marsten is turning psychos into mutts - it's all part of a desire for territory. Jeremy considers Daniel's plea to re-enter the Pack.
Elena, upset that she had to hide a body and with her memories of Clay turning her fresh in her mind (plus Daniel reminded her that Clay killed his brother), decides she's over Pack life and leaves.
Amidst all this, we see Pack enemy Zachary Cain approach Victor, a recently paroled ex-con. It's clear he intends to turn Victor into a wolf.
But wait, there's more! Philip's new client, James Williams, wants Philip to include the video of Elena and Logan as wolves (from Episode #1), into the ad campaign for his vodka line. He claims he "found it on the internet" but what's the real story with this guy?