Nick makes a hasty exit and goes to meet Monroe at the Grimmobile to learn about Coyotls. Monroe explains that Coyotls are like the Bloods and Crips, or West Side Story, or The Outsiders… Once in, never out… They are big on inbreeding and Carly is ripe for the picking. At 17 years old, girl Coyotls are initiated in a fertility matrix ceremony under a full moon, after a ritual feast of small animals. And of course tonight is a full moon, which Monroe says isn’t a good night for him, so he’ll be staying in… (so will I, but then again, I always stay in.)
“When a mommy Coyotl and a daddy Coyotl love each other very much”… oh Monroe, we love you.
At the precinct, Hank and Jarold are still going through lists of Carly’s friends. Nick returns, so Hank does his vanishing act in pursuit of coffee, giving Nick the chance to tell Jarold he knows he’s a Coyotl, because he’s a Grimm, and he just wants to help find his daughter.
Jarold explains that the only Coyotls they know was Lisa’s family (Jarold’s dead wife), but they live in Texas, so they couldn’t be involved… or could they… Jayden then remembers her brother, Hayden Walker. Hank returns and looks up Hayden and finds that he has been living in Portland for a while. Turns out Hayden put the “chan” in mechanic, and they know where he is working. But when they get to the mechanic’s garage, Hayden has been a no show for a couple days, but the owner does have his home address. Sadly, another Coyotl overheard them and goes all glowy eyed on them.
He put the “weight” in Weight Watchers.
They go to Hayden’s apartment and kick the door down because they smell something dead… but it’s just animal carcasses… nothing to be alarmed about. (Keep it together, Hank… your day is coming.)
Sir, I think there’s a fly in my soup.
Hank heads back to the living room to keep down his last meal of Xanax, Lexapro, and Lithium. While Nick is telling him they need to tear the apartment apart to find out where Hayden went, Hank finds flyers for an abandoned farm. It’s a foreclosed property on Sawmill Rd. (Is it me, or do a lot of bad things happen on Sawmill Rd. or Sawgrass Farms? Just seems like a common name for bad sht.) So, anyway, clearly this is where Hayden went.
Coyotls are the only ones benefiting from a lousy housing market.
Cut to the farm, Coyotl Kurt Cobain tells Carly it’s time to get her cleaned up for the ceremony. Kurt looks like he could just a bath too. Oh, well, let’s be honest, I need one too.