A year later, Ryan has cleaned himself up. He runs in the mornings, takes his medications diligently, and is in AA - he has been sober for five months. No longer an agent, he works at the New York College of Criminal Justice, teaching crime scene analytics.
Grayson is convinced that the Order was behind Mina’s attack and wants to start war with them. Renfield tries to explain that Davenport acted alone in this, but Grayson doesn’t believe him.
A woman named Frankie is sitting outside a bar, grumbling. She carves something into her heavily-scarred arm before storming inside and confronting a man. He pretends not to know her - an obvious lie - and she dabs her bleeding arm on a napkin to “remind” him.
Queenie is an unexpected guest at Nan’s funeral. She has brought an even more unexpected guest: Delphine. Her head is sewn back onto her body, and Queenie has her on a leash.
The sixth season opens with McKenzie Westmore announcing that this will be a season of extremes, and they are looking for bigger and more extreme makeups.
Dean’s world is in shambles. He takes Kevin’s death hard, and Sam has left - with his beloved car. Castiel suggests that a demon may be able to dig into Sam’s brain and talk to him directly, bypassing the angel. And guess who happens to have a demon in cold storage?
Davina is busy scrubbing the compulsion from Cami’s brain. It is agonizingly painful, but she sucks it up - and is shocked when she remembers the whole truth about Klaus, Marcel, and her brother. Davina admits that Kieran knows all about Marcel - they are even kind of friends - which rocks Cami’s world.
The captain is going a little nutty trying to figure out the threats that the park vendor made against his daughter.
Picking up where we left off last week, Stiles and Scott are in the woods and they find a coyote den, filled with belongings that were last seen on Malia.
High schooler Jared is flirting with Joy, his girlfriend and waitress at a diner on the “rough side of town.” Her boss is getting annoyed so Jared heads out to wait for Joy at her house. In the parking lot, he sees a patron and his girlfriend getting the shit beat out of them by three thugs. Terrified, Jared hops in his car (his sister’s car actually) and races from the scene. Having seen about a thousand episodes of Law & Order, this seems like your basic set up for a gangbanger story line.