Abby has a nightmare in which she and a shrink go to the precinct to interrogate a suspect. Ichabod is already there, and the suspect is Abby. A monster with a featureless face tries to attack Abby, but she is woken by a call to report to a crime scene.
The spotlight challenge this week asks each contestant to select an iconic art movement and create a character that could live in a piece of art.
Dig it or bury it?
Here it is... the last-ever "Dexter." Did it live up to expectations?
The contestants had to re-imagine one of five classic Halloween costumes: skeleton, scarecrow, clown, vampire, and devil. They also must add a “trick” to their costume: a blood gag, LED lights, etc.
Hudson Valley, New York. The year is 1781 and the Revolutionary War is raging. Ichabod Crane, fighting for the Colonies, shoots a huge masked mercenary off his horse. This doesn’t slow him down, so Ichabod cuts off his head. When we next see Ichabod, he is digging his way out of a cave and stumbles onto a paved road. Welcome to modern day Sleepy Hollow.
The monarch butterfly in the mini dome hatches. It flutters around, leaving black splotches on the mini dome until the entire thing turns opaque black. Then the same thing happens to the big dome, sealing Chester’s Mill into moonless night.
Dexter washes Vogel’s blood off his hands, collects all her files on him, and calls the police. He gives his statement to Quinn and Batista: she called him over, he found her bleeding to death, tried to staunch the bleeding, but she was already gone.
The contestants must create their own earth mother goddesses. There must be a focus on beauty, and to make it personal, there should be at least one aspect of their moms represented in the makeups.
With Barbie now a fugitive, Jim essentially issues martial law in the dome and decides that he and his goons need to go house to house looking for him.