Mina has a “perplexing” dream about Grayson, in which he comes into her room and tries to tell her marrying Jonathan would be a mistake. Lucy wakes her as Mina and Grayson start having sex.
A gas station attendant is savagely beaten during an armed robbery. In the intensive care unit, his mother cries over her unconscious son, praying for the robbers to get their comeuppance. A few nights later, the same robbers hit another convenience store. This time, as they approach the getaway car, a beast is waiting for them, one that rips out the throat of both robbers, leaving behind two bloody corpses.
Jody Mills calls the boys up about four sudden disappearances in her otherwise quiet town in South Dakota. Witnesses reported seeing a bright blue flame at the time of the kidnappings. So the Winchesters roll into town and find that the only connection between the victims is that they were all members of the Good Faith Church.
Marcel introduces Tyler to his inner circle. Tyler explains about the hybrids, their strengths and weaknesses, how Klaus slaughtered them all, and how his unborn child will be Klaus’s way of creating an army. Rebekah interrupts the proceedings, but she is not there to rip out Tyler’s heart; she is there to help.
Over the objections of several in his crew, Martinez invites the Governor and his new family to join their camp. The two rules: Martinez is in charge, and they don’t allow dead weight. Everyone has a job.
It is day 14 of Jesse’s “treatments.” Wes gives him some blood via transfusion and he roars to life, breaking through his shackles (“physical strength is an unforeseen side effect”) and sucking the bag of blood dry. Then he turns on Wes.
Zoe doesn’t really know what to do with Kyle. So she comes at him with a gun. Kyle wrests it away from her, but then points it at himself.
A call from an old friend of Dean’s takes the Winchesters to upstate New York for a possible haunted house. The friend is Sonny, an ex-con who runs a farm for troubled boys. Unbeknownst to Sam, Dean spent two months here when he was 16.
Ichabod wants to interrogate the Headless Horseman. Of course, he doesn’t have a head, so that makes conversation a little one-sided. Abbie suggests they use Andy to communicate with the Horseman.
We go back to see what the Governor has been up to since last season’s massacre, in what is the most depressing “What I did on my summer vacation” project ever.