Season One of Wynonna Earp ended with a gate to hell being inadvertently opened up, and some unwanted visitors from the other side pouring into Purgatory. So naturally, Season Two opens with Wynonna, Waverly and Doc closing said gate, and vanquishing said demons in said town of Purgatory. Of course, there's always room for error, and one of the demons, called a Mictian, happens to slip into Waverly's mouth, possess her, and make her act very unlike herself. We'll catch up with that one shortly.
But before they can get to doing demons to death, our heroes have to save Dolls from Black Badge, to where he was abducted and being punished for disobedience. After infiltrating Black Badge, blowing up some stuff up, and freeing Dolls, the gang are approached by Black Badge top brass Agent Moody and invited into the fold. Lucado acts as their supervising agent, but after they were able to get to the very heart of the organization, it's apparent she might not be able to do her job effectively.
And we're back in Purgatory. This is Meredith a member of the ultra-wealthy, ultra-powerful Gardner family. She's just bought a condo that's overrun with bad juju and spider babies. The condominium was once an old chapel were some evil stuff went down. Cue Wynonna and Peacemaker to the scene.
When Wynonna finds the source of the evil — in the basement of the chapel — she clears it of all the spider squaters. But she also uncovers a seal that was used to keep a demon locked away on the other side. This is unfortunate, because two very evil ladies are looking for that seal, and Wynonna led them straight to it.
And Waverly, who we know has been acting weird because of demonic possession, has been keeping Dolls, sick without his drugs, in the barn. He's eventually discovered by Wynonna and recussitated. But that demon has got to go!
Meanwhile, another demon, Jaxon, has arrived in Purgatory looking for a briefcase with some kind of weapon inside it. Waverly and Wynonna want to their hands on it, as the briefcase is marked with the letters E.E. (an Earp?). After some swift maneuvers, Wynonna and Waverly, with the help of Doc manage to retrieve the briefcase and kill Jaxon. Now what's in the case?
Luckily, or not so luckily, there's a fraternal order of firefighters / demon killers in Purgatory that specializes in Mikshon extermination. After this demon transfers from Waverly's to Wynonna's, it makes the older sister a prime target for execution...were she not such a big deal. The brotherhood's head honcho is Ewan, the guy with the chiseled jaw and the severed head in his hand.
The Mictian hops back into Waverly, and is preparing to perform a ritual that will fuse it to the younger Earp's body forever. But Wynonna manages to force a concoction down Waverly's throat that's meant to expurgate the demon. That, and keep her regular. The Mictian is disgorged, Wynonna shoots it with Peacemaker, and everything is relatively normal.
Except for the fact that Wynonna is pregnant. Who's the daddy? Is it Doc? Is it Dolls? Is it a demon? Someone else whose name starts with a D??? Believe us, there will be plenty of guessing (and second guessing) in the coming slides.
After some hunting around, Wynonna and Dolls break into Hypnos' place and get him to lift the spell. But while everyone was asleep, time apparently moved by leaps and bounds forward. That means Wynonna is way more preggers than when we last saw her.
The Widows have descended upon Shorty's where they were able to break one of the seals. Wynonna shows up, but is unable to kill the Widows. She is, however, able to scare Doc half to death with the news: he's Potential Baby Daddy #2. Who's #1? Dolls.
To blow off some steam, Wynonna takes Nicole to a local watering hole called Pussy Willows, where Doc won't find her. The bar happens to be tended by a man Wynonna once had sweet, drunk, passionate, drunk sexy-time with: Jonas. What Wynonna didn't know is that Jonas is a Revenant, and that he may have inseminated her with his Revenant seed.
After entering into a vision quest, Wynonna is transported back to 19th century Purgatory, where she learns all about demon Sheriff Clootie, the Widows, and the curse placed up on her family line. She also learns that the third and final seal, the one that will let Clootie rise again, is Doc's ring.
After much protestation, some harsh words, and a near gunfight, Doc gives Wynonna his ring. She plans on destroying it and then destroying Clootie. But she also knows that doing so would bring to an end Doc's immortality spree.
Widow Meredith, in pursuit of the last seal, is drawn to Nicole's place. She bites Nicole with her venomous teeth, but is scared away by Waverly. Nicole will die unless Waverly can find her the antidote. So she makes a deal with Widow Beth that in exchange for the final seal, Beth will give her the anti-venom.
Waverly makes a deal with Gretta, the Iron Witch's sister. In exchange for anything she desires she'll show Waverly where the ring is. And voila! There it is! Nicole is spared an untimely death, and Waverly has a lot of explaining to do. When it comes time for Gretta to collect her due, she casts a spell that makes Doc and Wynonna disappear, and everyone who ever knew them to forget they ever existed.
It turns the entire world topsy-turvy. Doc is now a kingpin in charge of a large drug-pushing operation, Bobo Del Rey is back and in a mental institution, Wynonna is still missing, and evil is still afoot. OK, so at least evil is still afoot.
Waverly is able to release herself from the spell and, after conferring with Gretta, goes to find the trophy and destroy it with fire and brimstone in the barn. Jeremy makes the place go boom, and rather than killing everyone in sight, they succeed in returning everything to normal.
Well, define normal. Bobo makes a deal with the Widows, and helps them to break the last seal and release their demon hubbie. Oh man, things are going to happen. That is until Doc throws Bobo down a well and traps him like he was trapped for all those years.
A lot going on here. Meredith has transformed into the White Widow and is attempting to recruit Wynonna, Beth has got Waverly by the throat, and the Earp heir only has one bullet in Peacemaker. With some quick thinking by Doc, the two pull off a double Widow kill by splitting the lone bullet. It's incredible.
And shortly after that stunt, Wynonna pulls another one in giving birth. But the baby is not long in her embrace before she sends the tiny girl off to live with relatives, where she'll be safe from harm. Because the child can leave the Ghost River Triangle, it means she's not a Revenant. She's Doc's kid. Oh, it hurts so bad.