WARNING: If you don't want to know what happens in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
Young Regan, with her heightened Hunter senses, can't stand the sound of jumping rope ... so she attacks the rope-jumper. Just one of many growing pains for our lil Hunter.
Regan, Briggs and Flynn descend into the jungle looking for Hunters who manufacture and sell heroin.
The team comes face to face with these scary dudes, but it turns out they're not so bad. They're soldiers for hire who will lead the ETU gang to the heavily guarded drug compound ... though they have no idea aliens are involved.
HunterVision! Something dangerous is watching our gang from within the jungle.
The team kills a bunch of armed workers, but one young woman survives. She tells them that a shape-shifting monster called La Mujana came out of the jungle and snatched her mother!
Regan has another flashback to her younger years. She had to run away from home and leave her father when "the people we can't trust" came after them.
Told by her father to "follow her instincts," young Regan attacks and eats a cute little bunny. Regan! You're outta control, girl.
Back in the present day, the team finds a bunch of ripped-apart bodies in what they believe to be the Hunters' abandoned camp and drug lab.
Regan and Flynn find a body with wounds similar to those found on the junkie at McCarthy's lair.
Regan remembers having a drug addiction in her difficult youth and wonders if the Hunters were making - and taking - the heroin to cope with the pain of being an alien in human form.
Young Regan did not like cops who tried to take away her drugs.
The gang is stalked by a Hunter that definitely isn't in human form. They wound and pursue it, though not before ...
... Regan kills Mato, the leader of the soldiers for hire, who had seen too much for his own good. Regan is hardcore!
Jackson is not pleased when the team pretends not to hear him when he tells them to abort their increasingly dangerous mission. Whippersnappers!
After he's wounded by a spiky trap, Briggs tells Flynn that a Hunter murdered his lover, Brendan, in Afghanistan. That's why he doesn't trust Regan ... or any other damn Hunter, for that matter.
Regan gets one final flashback as we see how she was eventually found and recruited by Jackson. What's life without a little ... Risk, right?
Regan comes into contact with the wounded non-human Hunter ... and seems to feel oddly sympathetic towards it. Complications!
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