We pick up right where last week left off, with Stiles and Scott barricading themselves inside the school as the alpha hunts them. Hiding in a classroom leaves the boys open to attacks through the window (was it just my school that didn't have windows in the classrooms?).
It is finally time to rescue Ben and the other kids in his group. Tom has a vague idea of what to do, but honestly, he is just desperate for his boy back. Maggie gives him a better point of entry, but it is Hal who has the best idea.
Eric is in a weird comatose/amnesic state when Sookie finds him. He knows what he is, just not who he is. Sookie reluctantly agrees to help him through... whatever this is. Eric is thankful and promises he won't eat her.
SEE! The awesomely-busty, perpetually-corseted, wise-cracking, immortal vampiress Nazi huntress! HEAR! Legendary B-movie character actor play a vile SS surgeon who sounds a lot like Peter Lorre mixed with a tank of helium! FEEL! The career-killing awesomeness of Michael Pare as an American Nazi Vampire who wants to make Hitler immortal! SMELL! The consistently adorable stench of yet another Uwe Boll film that's full of wildly incongruous sex scenes
Derek is adamant that in order for Scott to gain control of his animal side, he must stay away from Alison. Scott tries and fails, so Stiles promises that he will help train Scott. Scott's transformations seem to be linked to his heart rate.
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Harris wants to vivisect the alien that Tom captured; Anne wants to communicate with it. She shows it kindness by offering it water. The alien reaches for it tentatively, but then Harris rolls in with the corpse of another alien.
Sookie is both annoyed and scared that Eric has bought her house. He claims he did it to protect her, but he wants power over her. Against her better judgement she goes to Bill for help. Bill had previously "covered" for her while she was in fairy world, telling people she was on an errand for him so other vamps wouldn't get wind of her sweet, sweet fairy blood.
Lydia sends Jackson into the video store while she waits in the car. Inside the empty store (because who the hell rents at the store anymore?) Jackson finds the clerk with his throat ripped out.