Flickering lights and shadowy apparitions mean only one thing in Sam and Dean’s line of work: the bunker is haunted.
Genevieve has Rebekah and Klaus tied up in separate parts of an abandoned hospital. Rebekah has been poisoned with werewolf venom, making her weak, unstable, and easy to torture.
Stiles is being committed to the Echo House for 72 hours. It is a mental institution (the same one Barrow was locked up in), and it is his choice to do this - and his dad is freaking out about it.
Picking up where we left off last week, Mark heads into the main house and he hears noises coming from Luke’s room. Naughty noises. Luke admits Giselle is back and alludes to them fooling around.
Michonne and Carl are bonding in a way they never did at the prison. She finally seems willing to let her guard down, and he is glad to have someone other than his father to talk to.
There are five sets of geographic coordinates. Once each team chooses, the coordinates reveal a location that a cryptid is said to live in. The teams must create their version of said cryptid. Doug Jones is the guest judge.
We open in Japan, where a high-strung businessman is pacing, yelling at his yes men while waiting impatiently for the vet to arrive to care for his beloved sick wolf, Yuki. That vet is Deaton.
Max is still following Giselle as she gets off the subway - despite Ryan insisting he wait for her. She makes a call to Luke and has him meet her at “the factory.” Ryan catches up with Max and corners Giselle with a gun on a dark, empty street.
We follow four different stories this week, tracking the paths of different prison survivors.
The contestants each pick a shadow silhouette from the wall. They must create a supernatural entity with that basic silhouette.