Starting things off right: a localized, devastating tornado organized by the ancients (and more specifically that blonde lady -- who finally has a name! It’s ZeeZee!), Bo and the team begin their rescue attempts.
You know what’s becoming kind of a thing? Tamsin is super into Bo and Bo is less interested. Sure, she LIKES Tamsin, but is also a succubus so, maybe not so into the whole “girlfriends with a Valkyrie” thing.
It turns out the entire storm system was caused by ZeeZee, who has the oracles held captive – and big plans for what’s to come.
Back at the Dal, Trick reveals his theory: that this is the work of Greek gods, who are really just Fae so powerful that they were worshipped by humans.
Didn’t see this coming, but Mark and Vex totally fool around in the backroom of the Dal (who hasn’t?) even though Vex is sure that Dyson would kill him if he found out.
After Lauren and Bo deal with the fallout of the storm (that is, the fact that the power is out and now Evony’s terrifying box of Fae evil she’s left for safekeeping is about to open), Lauren reveals what she’s up to: living her dream and healing both Fae and humans, regardless of Evony’s need for the serum.
Meanwhile, Dyson goes to find that woman who kept putting up signs looking for her dead husband – WHO, by the way, is currently still dead though his body is being used by one of the ancients to go on Internet dates with oracles and, it turns out, to drop by his old wife’s house and get up to no good.
When Lauren and Bo realize that Evony’s box of contained evil is empty, they fool around in the lab – and Tamsin witnesses it. Poor thing, Tamsin just wants to be girlfriends with a succubus.
Evony shows up at the Dal and asks Vex for his help. It turns out the evil Fae that Lauren thought was NOT in the box – WAS in the box. And it’s an invisible sort of evil. Uh-oh.
For their sake, let’s hope that being a lab technician for Lauren comes with a good deal of hazard pay, because it never goes well for any of these poor people. Whatever the evil in that box is, it’s invisible and it has started coming for people.
This guy! Turns out not to be Zeus as Dyson suspected – but Hera! (That explains that “Heratio” name, huh?). So, it’s Zeus’ wife! Just in this dude’s body!
As Dyson works to get more clues about the ancients; Bo turns up and seduces him in a way that is a bit of a surprise. Sure, Bo is forward, but she doesn’t really bend the rules like this so much.
Lauren and Bo hold the serum hostage as Evony tells them that the monster in the lab can’t be killed by anything on earth.
It turns out the invisible monster in that box? Is the Greek God Eros, who once dated Evony. And who has been doing a lot of insane things around the place lately, like making everyone hallucinate their deepest desires - meaning Bo is Dyson's desire (hence when she came and weirdly seduced him) and Mark is Vex's!
After Trick sees a vision of Isabeau (thanks to Eros causing all those visions), Mark interrupts him and Trick understands that he’s being accosted by the three oracles, who say “only in the darkness can we see the light” and leave.
Turns out the oracles were trying to get the truth about Bo's heritage, which round about results in them learning her dad is Hades.
They go back and tell ZeeZee - who, get this, is actually ZEUS- about Bo's dad. Now that she has all the information s/he needs, she pushes Cassandra the oracle off the balcony and kills her.