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.
Vogel is desperate to make amends with Oliver / Daniel. She wants to help Oliver, but her help is merely to put him in a really nice institution and to visit every day.
The contestants must create their own subterranean creature.
There is some weird weather going on in the dome. It starts as cloud cover, but then gets more threatening as the episode goes on: lightning, strong winds, a funnel cloud threatening to touch down to earth.
The spotlight challenge asks the contestants to create an original, whimsical character for modern times, inspired by a classic Mother Goose story
Joe, Norrie, and Angie spent the night in the barn, protecting the mini-dome. Now there is a caterpillar inside. When the trio leaves the barn, Dodee sneaks in to see what they are hiding under the blanket (the worst hiding spot ever). She touches the mini-dome and is knocked unconscious.
Vogel and Dexter are checking Zach’s studio for evidence. The killer cleaned up well, but Dexter finds a spot of blood-caked hair stuck to the underside of the table. Dexter thinks Zach did this on purpose, which impresses Vogel.
This week, the contestants have a Frankenstein challenge. They are organized in teams of three and must create a Frankenstein and his bride from the future, with a completely original backstory.
Shots have been fired in town. Ted Huntley was trying to shoot an insane intruder, and got his neighbor - just a flesh wound. Linda and Barbie find the intruder spazzing about how the dome was talking to him. He is high on a drug that he bought from the reverend called Rapture.
While Alison, Scott, and Stiles are in their ice baths, they each envision their way to the nemeton, which happens to be the same night Scott was attacked by a werewolf, Stiles was almost attacked, and Alison and her mom nearly hit Scott when he ran out into the street.