And it would appear that Agnetha did it, because, according to her, "someone had to." Will Ty tell the cops ... or help her with the cover-up?
Agnetha shapes the perfect murder, making it seem like Eva was drunk, stoned and suicidal.
Before Agnetha locks her in the freezing room, Eva swears vengeance from beyond the grave, promising her eternal pain and torment. We believe her.
Ty agrees to join Agnetha in the cover-up. It's a mother-son conspiracy!
Good night, lovely crazy lady. May you indeed be avenged in a future episode.
Meanwhile, Anders is still in Norway (and seems to have gained a traveling companion). As Ty was with Dawn while Eva was being murdered, Agnetha wants to know if Anders' trusty assistant can be ... well, trusted.
After making some obligatory worried phone calls, Ty returns home to find Colin has let himself in. Unfortunately, then, Colin is present when the cops arrive with news that they've found Eva's body.
Colin doesn't believe the cover-up story for a second, telling Ty he's a "dead man."
Ty plays the grieving husband for Dawn, who says she'll be his alibi if the police come 'round. He hates himself for lying to her.
Eva's fans mourn her death as only goth kids can.
The conspirators check in as they await the official police report as to Eva's cause of death. So far, so good ... though it's all weighing heavily on Ty's conscience.
After the funeral, Ty returns home to find Eva's body laid out in the freezing room -- the handiwork of Colin, who demands Loki's daughter be given a Norse funeral fit for a Goddess ... and that Ty join his wife in "death's cleansing embrace."
After Olaf drunkenly explains the "Death's Cleansing Embrace" ritual (which involves being burned via ceremonial pyre), Mike asks Ty why Colin is trying to bring back this practice in the first place. Is Ty not telling him everything?
Mike confronts Agnetha about murdering Eva. What are her true motivations ... besides the fact that Ty is her favorite son?
At the ceremony, Stacey freaks out about the possibility that if the husband doesn't join his wife on the funeral pyre, the handmaiden may be thrown to the flames instead.
After Stacey runs off in fright after Colin asks if anyone is honorable enough to join Hel in "death's cleansing embrace," he sets his daughter's body aflame.
As Ty opted not to burn up with his wife, Colin now has it out for him ... and having Loki as an enemy is not a situation to be taken lightly.