A good religious teenager named Casey was snapping completely innocent selfies. A terrifying figure appears behind her in one of the photos - then kills her. The photo - with the monster in it - surfaced online two hours after her death.
Kira’s mother, Noshiko, finally reveals the whole truth about the nogitsune. First, she is about 900 years old. There was an internment camp at Oak Creek, but it was covered up and evidence and records from the camp destroyed. All because of Noshiko.
Joe, Emma, and Mandy drive out to a gate in the middle of nowhere to wait for Robert. He was a Roderick recruit, and he is part of another cult. Joe assumes they will be a vulnerable group, easily swayed, but he admits he is “winging it.”
Season two opens the morning after last season’s finale, with Norma getting a phone call about Miss Watson’s death, and Norman waking up to the news. Norman takes the news really hard. He sobs uncomfortably loud during her memorial, and in the privacy of his room clutches her pearls like a rosary.
We follow Daryl and Beth this week. As the episode opens, the sun is going down and they have a horde of zombies on their ass. They hunker down in the trunk of a car, weapons at the ready in case the zombies break in. But morning comes and the horde moves on.
What looks like a quiet dinner between Jack and Hannibal turns into a brutal fight to the death. Jack strangles Hannibal, but Hannibal grabs a knife and stabs Jack
We pick up exactly where we left off a few weeks ago: with Monroe’s parents fighting Nick. Monroe breaks the fight up, but they are pissed. Bart finds it unnatural; Alice doesn’t know her son anymore.
Caroline brings Stefan police records from her mom. Looks like Damon has been slashing a Ripper path across the state. Stefan is determined to track his brother down, and “Elena” is determined to go with. You know, to “help.” Naturally, Katherine just wants to seduce Stefan.
The contestants each choose an ornate wand and must create a wizard to match.
Flickering lights and shadowy apparitions mean only one thing in Sam and Dean’s line of work: the bunker is haunted.