WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
James is a cowboy by day, and a blade-wielding infernal killer by night. And also by day. When he comes upon two well-dressed infernals sitting at the Cottonmouth, he does his due diligence: and kills them.
Tilly has found a match between the mark that The Dredge left on his corpse minion and the Mark of Asmodeus. Asmodeus was an ancient infernal who could perform magic and shape shift and do other things you’d expect a man with the name Asmodeus could do.
James makes a beeline for the Hastings home, where he introduces himself to all and sundry. Turns out, James is a half-man half-infernal who’s also good buddies with Isaac. They’ve spanned the years together. They got history.
In performing the autopsy on Mr. Jones, Tilly discovers that, much to her surprise, he’s missing a rib cage and all his internal organs. Most people have at least one. The only reasonable explanation is that: Mr. Jones is an infernal. Just like James said!
And that whole thing about more infernals coming? Well two of them have preyed upon a group of teenagers camping in the woods. They kill all this kid’s friends, and then come for him. If it’s not bears or rattlesnakes, it’s infernals.
Calvin and James follow the trail right to the infernals in the woods. There they do battle with them. But Calvin learns that his human fighting tactics are no match. He’s got to use the Ring of Solomon. Which he can’t. Well... he doesn't know how to.
Although Calvin is able to kill Zagan the old fashioned way, James loses his eye to Raum, who then runs with two other infernals into the woods. Without his eye, James is unable to track the infernals.
After getting riled up by James, who drops Arlo’s name a bunch of times, laying on the guilt thick, Calvin sublimates that raw energy into the ring of Solomon to activate it. Now he’s ready to fight, and James and he make off to find the infernals.
So, the reason all these infernals are now coming out of the woodwork is that a Herald has been humming her siren song, beckoning the devils from all corners of the earth. The pool is a trap. And Calvin is lured.
The Herald nearly has Calvin ensnared, but he uses the Ring of Solomon and his trusty right hand to squeeze the life out of her (as well as squeeze her head off her body). He tosses her noggin into a pool of water. Another one bites the dust.