Bo climbs to the top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere so that she can extract the slippers that’ll let her into Valhalla. Pretty simple, no? (No. There are booby traps.)
These hillbillies find Bo at the bottom of the hill and decide to do untoward things to her – until she drains their life forces and goes on her way. The way she does.
Tamsin, who is super into cereal, tries to convince Bo that she can’t go to Valhalla to find Kenzi.
Dyson and Trick try to tell Bo not to go into Valhalla, but there isn’t a lot of ways to convince Bo when she’s this determined.
And while Lauren doesn’t want to let Bo do this, she realizes there’s no stopping her and agrees to help by monitoring her vitals while she’s there.
But it’s too late. It turns out that Lauren won’t be able to help at all because once Bo puts the shoes on, she disappears to Valhalla.
Bo is mistaken for the arriving help, and learns that Valkyries are serious about who they let into Valhalla. It's run by a woman named Freya, who sort of dresses like a debutante. Which really mixes with the whole Norse mythology thing, no?
Look! Kenzi! She's alive in the afterlife! It turns out the afterlife is pretty amazing, has great movies and a ton of chocolate.
It turns out that the hell-shoes are capable of allowing the wearer (Bo) to summon a dark army capable of destroying all life on Earth. Oh. That’s not good. So Lauren and Dyson try to figure out how to get that message to her.
Tamsin stops by to see Freya, her old boss, and learns that someone deeply disturbing awaits on the other end of the phone – someone with a serious job for Tamsin.
After Kenzi learns that this is probably her version of heaven and she’s about to marry Hale, she’s confronted by Tamsin – who is seemingly possessed and under orders by dude on the phone to collect Bo's soul.
This was pretty amazing, actually. Possessed with a crazy amount of Valkyrie rage, Tamsin busts through Kenzi’s hotel room door. It takes Bo to finally calm her down.
Bo and Kenzi share a quick moment before heading into Kenzi’s wedding.
All is not right with this wedding, however, and Bo is onto whatever Valhalla tricks are afoot. Nice to see Hale, though, right? Even if it’s just from the back.
Freya drops the bomb that Kenzi's been promised to creepy-dude-who-called-Tamsin, who lives in anothe realm. Bo strikes a deal with Freya to take her instead of Kenzi, who Bo also gets returned to her corporeal body.
Bitchy Valkyrie Stacey tells Tamsin the absence of Kenzi has thrown things out of balance: They need another soul who Bo loves to be sent to Valhalla.
So who do we think the Valkyries are coming after. Dyson? Lauren? They try to open a gate to Valhalla, but Lauren ends up getting possessed or something before passing out. However, she does learn Kenzi's been sent back to Earth.
Know what “going back to her body” means for Kenzi? Yep, casket, buried alive. In her wedding dress.
Meanwhile, we leave with Bo, in a Willy Wonka type elevator, off to meet the creepy-dude-on-phone who it seems is also her father.