The coven is getting new neighbors: Joan Ramsay and her son Luke. Joan is a religious zealot who is offended when she sees the girls watching Luke unpack boxes. Nan and Madison later bring over a welcome cake. Nan is sweet as can be, but Madison really sluts it up and doesn’t veil her flirting.
The contestants must create a dark elf based on an ancient rune. But, the contestants won’t know what their rune means until they have picked one out, so they have to go based on looks alone.
Castiel is still the on the fallen angels’ most wanted list. He has taken the name Clarence (because that is what Meg used to call him) and is getting by in various shelters and homeless communities. He spends a few days at each, then moves on.
Davina removes Elijah’s stake in a curious-puppy way. She tells Marcel that she doesn’t want to give up Elijah - he told her to find a way to kill an Original, and dammit, she is going to figure it out! She also wants to go to the music festival. Marcel refuses, and Davina explains how she can make someone’s blood boil - then demonstrates on Marcel.
During the night, Patrick slipped from the showers into the living quarter and settled in to eat a nice live one. Coughing makes him drop his current meal and move on to the next.
Damon and Elena find Stefan, along with an unwelcome new face, and we finally find out why Katherine is the most wanted girl in the supernatural world.
Madison and Zoe play Dr. Frankenstein to create the perfect boy.
The spotlight challenge this week is for each contestant to create a ghost character that is both scary and funny, citing Beetlejuice as an example.
A demon resurrects Abaddon, and brings a few other demons to serve her. She doesn’t like Crowley reigning as the king of hell. She sees him more of a salesman, dealing when he should be taking. Abaddon’s plan is to get her demons new meat suits, liberate hell, and install her as the queen.
How do Klaus and Rebekah get Elijah back? Klaus thought he would start by simply asking Marcel for his brother back. And if that doesn’t work, there is always plan B. I love plan B. Plan B is always something vicious, and in this case, according to Klaus, it is war.