For this week’s team challenge, it is divided up into veterans and newcomers. They are tasked with creating five creatures that are part of an original hyper-stylized fantasy world.
Inexplicably, Ollie seems preoccupied with taking over Jim’s seat as councilman. I guess it is less about the title and more because he could take control of the town. He is essentially holding the town’s water for ransom.
Picking up where last week left off, the kids all split up. Derek and Peter take Cora home and worry over her. An FBI agent shows up and asks Stiles some questions about where his dad is. Stiles is less than helpful.
Despite the fact that Warlow is weak, Bill still wants him to come to save the vampires. Sookie tells him that Eric now has more of Warlow’s blood than Warlow does, so go find him. She expels him from fairy land and Bill does just that.
Dexter wakes on the waterfront, outside, in the middle of nowhere. A check on his phone GPS reveals him to be in Kendall, on the other side of town. He calls Deb for a ride.
Jennifer rushes to Derek’s loft and begs him to listen to her story before the kids get there. Too late: Scott and Stiles are already there and have told Derek everything.
Weaver, Pope, Anthony, and Lyle board a train (!) headed for Chicago. Lourdes is chained up and along for the ride. The goal is to use Lourdes as bait to draw Karen and her forces to Chicago. Tom and the rest of the army, along with Cochise, have the weapon out on a barge in Boston.
Jessica is blissful with James - until guards find them and take them back to their respective cells. On the way, they run into Pam, who is buttoning up after screwing the shrink. (“It was oozy but productive.”)
Dexter has been following Zach Hamilton for the last week. Other than a fascination with crime scenes, car accidents, and other places where dead bodies are likely to be, Dexter can’t find any evidence that Zach deserves to be on his table
Realizing the bomb didn’t make a dent in the dome, the people start getting nervous.