Previously on Being Human, Aidan had a type. A straight-haired, pointy-nosed, not necessarily emotionally stable type. Sally had an eco dream where she was pursued by a ghost made of carbon emissions. And Josh was wracked with guilt.
While Josh, Nora and Sally look at storage units, Josh voices over how one thing monsters and humans have in common is that they both can be assholes. Wait, no he says they’re both capable of destruction. Same difference.
Nora looks at the unit and incredulously asks if Josh really wants her to “change” in there. Josh is incapable of picking up tone, so he points out that she has the option to change in the identically creepy unit next door. He tells Nora that Sally will lock them in so they can “wolf out together but separately.” Nora still has some manners so she asks Sally if she’s okay with that, but Josh doesn’t and says Sally doesn’t have a life anymore so she has the time. Sally, used to Josh’s Joshiness, jokingly says “Hurtful,” but he counters with “Yes, but untrue?” Those pretty brown eyes can only take you so far, Josh.
Don’t think of it as a dungeon, think of it as a fixer-upper.
Even Nora’s like, “Dude…don’t be such a jerk,” so Josh promises that he’ll build “something” so they can lock themselves in next month. Nora still doesn’t get why they all of a sudden have to lock themselves in since they changed together in the woods the last time, but Josh flashes back to her killing Heggeman and says “It’s for the best.”
Nora’s still chafing because it’s only her second time and it doesn’t make sense and those really should have been big warning signs for Josh that maybe she doesn’t consider it quite the curse he does, but they weren’t and he moves on that it’s not just for safety, but research. He pulls out the videocam that probably still has his elementary school graduation on it because it is old school and Nora’s face falls when she realizes that wolf or not her boyfriend is an epic nerd.
Pretty brown eyes can only convince a girl of so much.
Josh chooses this moment to deploy big, sad, puppy dog eyes and explains that his whole goal ever since he turned was to find a cure, but becoming friends with Aidan and their “being human” experiment sidetracked him. Now, though, knowing he turned Nora just makes him want to find the cure even more. She agrees and then, just to remind him what he’s asking of her says, and I quote, “I will let a ghost lock me in a storage unit so you can videotape me while I take my clothes off and turn into an animal.” Josh cringes as Nora confirms that yep. That’s creepy. But she kisses him anyway, because she may look vanilla, but she’s got some kinks.
Josh continues that the difference between monsters and humans, though, is that humans (usually) feel bad about the pain they cause and want to fix it, but sometimes it’s not that easy. As he talks about how some doors you can’t close once you open them, Sally sees a quickly growing shadow and the musical cue tells her to be scared, but it’s just some random extra walking to her storage unit. Wah, wah.
It’s a g-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-ghost!
Somewhere else in Boston, Aidan’s still having sexy time with Julia the doctor. She asks him what’s up with “sleep peeping” but when he denies it she foreshadows that her ex used to watch her sleep and she thought it was sweet “until he turned out to be dead inside.” Aidan’s all “Whoa, TMI. I’m just here for the bone,” and Julia giggles it off, hoping Aidan will play along but he’s just happy he didn’t kill her and he does.
He acts like the good boyfriend asking if she’s nervous about her first day at the hospital and they talk about how they probably won’t even see each other since it’s such a big hospital then, eww, no, stop…Aidan gets all mushy and whispers that he’s kind of looking forward to seeing her in the halls. LADY BONER KILLER! Seriously, dude. Between the moping and now the smurfing, you’re just embarrassing yourself. Even Julia thinks it was kind of wussy so she points out that if they do see each other in the hallways it will be while trying to stop a patient from bleeding out then kisses him before he embarrasses himself further.
Josh continues his voice over, telling us that a real monster (not like him, Aidan and Sally) doesn’t care about the havoc it wreaks and Aidan vamps out but excuses himself to “get something.” Okay. Josh continues that the hardest thing, when you know you can inflict pain or even death, is to control the urge even when every fiber of your being is telling you to do it. Aidan sucks down some hospital blood as quickly as possible to turn back to normal. As Julia asks off camera if he’s okay, he pulls a condom out of his bag, sees that he’s not a vampire anymore and yells back with a smile that he’s good, and for a moment we remember when Aidan was hot last season.
Sally’s hanging with Josh as he does his rounds and says it’s not right putting Nora “in storage.” Josh doesn’t appreciate Sally’s Sallyness and points out that he’s not throwing her down a well and he’s getting locked up, too. But before she can delve any further, Sally spies Aidan out of the corner of her eye and welcomes him to the world of the day walkers. Josh smarmily asks what Princess SYOOOO-ren had him doing that made him a half hour late, then Sally gets in on the Princess SYOOOO-ren jokes and the days of looking up to Aidan as the dad are long gone.
Yay, I love embarrassing my roommates with blunt sex talk.
Aidan gets whiny and says he has other stuff going on so Sally Sallys some more to ask him, and I quote, again, because the ladies have been on fire this episode, “Are you doing this other stuff with another person? And if so, is that person female? And if so, are you doing that other stuff with her vajois?” HAHAHAHA Josh finds it funny, too, and Aidan admits that he’s been seeing a lady with a pulse. Sally literally squees as Josh asks if it’s the best idea since the last time he dated someone with a pulse she, and many others, ended up without one pretty quickly. Sally tells Josh to stop being a jerk but Aidan blue skies that this time will be different because he has more control over the situation.
Sally just wants to meet her, or have Josh meet her while Sally silently judges, and asks when Aidan’s bringing her by. Aidan doesn’t think they’re at “that point” yet, so Josh picks up Sally’s lead, wondering what point they are at, since they’re at “a point.” Aidan says they just enjoy each other’s company then go back to their separate lives. Sally continues being on fire, asking Aidan to clarify that when he says “enjoying each other’s company,” he really means “tapping that ass.” Aidan has no other comeback than to call her a “classy lady.” HAHAHA
Let me enjoy, for a moment, the fact that at some point I became “the cool one.”
Josh lightens up and realizes that they all went through hell last season, so if Aidan’s happy, he approves. Aidan tries to regain some of his testosterone and says he wasn’t asking for it, but Josh needles him that he did and the boys walk off because it’s Sally time. She sees the nursery full of sweet little babies, none of which will ever be hers, and she walks over to look just as a nurse comes out and tells her to move along. Sally calls her a nurse ghost and says her shift’s over, but the nurse isn’t dead, she can just see ghosts.
Then she goes all nursey on Sally and tells her no unauthorized ghosts in the nursery. Sally’s only interested in how the nurse can even see her and nurse just sasses her back that maybe it’s second sight, sixth sense, it’s a gift, it’s a curse. Then she pushes Sally over to “the rest of the ghosts” so she can see that ghosts eventually make their way to the nursery.
Who knew nurseries were like the DMV?
Aidan casually strolls over to the blood supply but when he swipes his key card it doesn’t work. Nonplussed, he asks “Terri” if he can borrow hers but she exposits that only shift supervisors have access because administration beefed up security since Aidan’s been using it as his own fountain to feed the vampires of Boston. Or maybe they think someone’s selling it to junkies so they can have clean blood tests. Aidan’s all smiles on the outside, freaking the fuck out on the inside.
Sally’s trying to bond with Tony Hawk ghost about the nurse’s power trip, but Tony tells her you don’t want to piss off “Zoe Gonzales” because if she thinks you’re worthy she can get you reincarnated. Sally asks if it’s “Buddha style” but Tony Hawk doesn’t understand so he exposits about how his cousin Joey was “turned into a Korean girl named Nancy,” and I’m sorry I’m just direct-quoting this episode, but it was so funny.
Sally doesn’t understand why they don’t just go in, so Tony further exposits that Zoe salts the door to keep the nutty ghosts out. Plus, they need her to match the right ghost to the right baby and make the baby willing to accept the ghost and it all sounds so bureaucratic so she must be right, right? Sally gets a look, which I’m sure means it will work out for her.
There but for the grace of a skateboard goes Tony Hawk.
Back at the house, Aidan decided to bring Julia home because it’s time to move this storyline along. They’re in his room and he has a present for her. An olde-timey mirror thingy doctors used to wear that I could never figure out what they did. Helpful! She’s all “Whatever, I’m horny,” but Aidan decides he has to go to the kitchen. She thinks that’s where he keeps his condoms but he says he’s getting them water.
While she falls back frustrated, Aidan rushes downstairs, pasty and shirtless, to get a quick blood fix. Josh scurries down behind him to remind him to use a glass then ask about the “feminine voice” he heard in Aidan’s room, then asks if it’s Aidan’s “casual lady.” Aidan just wants to finish the blood and get back to Julia, but Josh realizes that Aidan’s controlling his urges by carrying a blood bag with him and doesn’t think that’s a good idea. Aidan says it’s a “working hypothesis” and just wants to finish so he can hold on to the mood, since it’s his last bag. Josh isn’t a complete douche this episode, though, so he agrees, and let’s Aidan be.
Wow. You’re really kind of gross.
Except he also tries to bond with Aidan by joking about how they’re two dudes having a chat before “bedding down their women,” and he should thank his lucky stars that Nora doesn’t have extra super sensitive wolf hearing because THAT was just too embarrassing to forgive. Aidan jokes that they’re living the dream then tries to run off, but Josh needs to pull off a douchebag hat trick, so he gives Aidan the thumbs up.
Unaware of just how embarrassing Josh was, Nora’s lying around wondering if he’s coming to bed. It’s her first pre-wolf experience and she’s being all sleepy/sexy about how he smells like oregano from the spaghetti he ate four days earlier. Josh is still not really picking up tone this episode, so he Mr. Peabody’s that her sense of smell gets cranked up the day before the change, then jokes that he’s been enjoying her stank all day. She sleepy/sexy giggles and he tells her to go to the window. Kinky? Music says maybe, but he just tells her to tell him what she smells. And this is the weirdest foreplay, but hey, it’s basic cable. Got to make do where you can.
The smell of industrial pollution makes me hot.
Then Nora mentions she hears people having sex, and so do we because Aidan and Julia are next door, but she’s really just using it as prelude to seducing Josh. He tries to continue playing Mr. Peabody explaining how it’s the wolf and how he needs to “wolf-proof” the videocam but a quick, aggressive grab to his crotch and Josh figures the camera can wait.
Next morning, and while Josh makes breakfast for him and Nora, Sally wants to know about the bang-off she had to listen to. She says she’s the one who’s supposed to make creepy noises in the middle of the night, but Josh has finally had sex, again, so he cuts her off by yelling out about how HE! LOVES! EGGS! As Aidan comes into the kitchen, Sally’s in no mood to argue and lets everyone know she’s moving out, anyway. Nora asks where she’s going, and Sally says she’s being reincarnated. Her news is greeted with snorts and guffaws from the guys, because they’re dicks, and Sally wants to know what’s so funny.
Nora! Save the frittata!
Josh, forgetting Sally’s poltergeisty tendencies from last season, points out that a) reincarnation isn’t real and b) she’s too chicken to follow through. This gets Sally’s dander up and she starts rattling the house as she explains that it is real and it’s happening at the hospital but before she can explode the pipes again, Aidan asks her to calm down since he has company.
This flips a switch in Josh and he becomes Ina Garten, all upset that he didn’t make enough frittata. As he leans into the refrigerator, Julia comes down stairs, all post-coitally happy until Josh stands up and they feebly mutter each other’s names. Then Aidan exposits for everyone, like me, who forgot that Julia is Josh’s ex-fiancée. Josh looks guilt-ridden, natch, but Julia looks bitter as she says she’s not his because he left her.
That moment you realize your best friend heard you banging his ex.
Julia runs out and Josh is not far behind. He’s guilty and apologetic saying it was all too strange to see her in his house, then he wonders why she’s in Boston. She tells him she got her residency…at Suffolk County Hospital. Josh briefly gets angry before he gets apologetic, again, and asks if she “knew.” Rather than clock him, she just asks him not to make it any more awkward and tries to walk off. He apologizes one more time for “leaving the way he did.” She shrieks that he ran away but before he can vague a non-explanation she slaps him and it’s like watching a Yellow Lab take a newspaper to the nose. Even Julia realizes this and walks off. Dazed and guilty, Josh goes back to the house where Nora’s waiting, because the worst hasn’t hit, yet.
Sally’s back at the nursery, but she can’t go in because Zoe salted the door. So she watches as Zoe’s ready to help Tony Hawk ghost “reincarnate.” Heh. It pays to be a sycophant. Zoe nuzzles and calms the baby girl (pink blanket)…before activating her aura? Weird. As some Enya-sounding knock off sings in the background, Tony Hawk raises his hand over the baby girl and disintegrates into a bright, golden light as his spirit enters the baby. And even with the floaty music and pretty lights, that’s even creepier than Josh videotaping Nora’s change.
The light is so the baby doesn’t know she looks like Tony Hawk.
Sally’s not creeped out, though. She thinks it beautiful and moving but when she waves at Zoe, Zoe barges out to tell her how delicate a procedure it is but the baby couldn’t even see Sally, so lighten up. Sally flatters Zoe that she’s amazing and wants to know how she can do what she does.
So Zoe exposits to us that when she was a baby a ghost came to her, terrified, but when he possessed her, she was so scared that her screams scared the ghost off. She thinks he left a part of him behind, though, and that’s why she’s the baby whisperer. But Zoe’s just a guest star so she wonders why she should let Sally reincarnate.
Sally tries to give her CV that she was a decent person who came from a good, loving home but Zoe says so did Osama bin Laden. And we have Godwin’s Law for the 2010s. New Millennium, new bogeyman to shut down arguments. Sally refrains from calling Zoe a bitch, so Zoe wants to know why she doesn’t just wait for her door. Sally says her door came, but she passed it up to save Aidan, then adds she’s “selfless like that,” because she’s still Sally. But Zoe’s stuck on Sally having a roommate.
Don’t argue with me…my cuteness is relentless.
Speaking of…Josh is in the kitchen waiting for Aidan to come down, which he does. They briefly stare at each other awkwardly before Aidan launches into how he met Julia at a bar (not exactly) and Josh says she doesn’t go to bars (not exactly) so Aidan tries to move on, saying she does now. This just leads Josh into wondering why Aidan was at a bar since he can’t drink booze and assumes he was there for other reasons. Aidan tries to act offended but Josh has a valid point since Aidan falls off the wagon a lot. Aidan realizes this and respects Josh enough not to lie to him but that he hasn’t and won’t hurt her. Josh latches on to the unspoken “yet” and wonders how long Aidan will control his urges now that his supply’s been cut off.
Like all guilty men, Aidan turns the subject to how Josh was happy for him so Josh points out the obvious that it was before he knew Aidan was banging his ex. Aidan shrieks that he didn’t know who she was at the time, but Josh has careened from angry to hurt and asks if Aidan’s going to keep seeing Julia. He also has the biggest, saddest, bordering-on-tears, Yellow Lab eyes, though, so Aidan says no without hesitation and that it was never a plan to hurt Josh.
Don’t make the puppy cry!
Josh has settled down and wants to know how Julia is. Aidan says he thinks Josh “did a number on her” because even though she hasn’t said anything (not true) he can see the scar tissue. But Josh feels she’s bounced back because she’s a doctor now and it’s better this way. The guys moon and mope for a moment before Sally busts in and tells Dawson and Pacey to forget about Joey, she needs them to shine up her halo for Zoe. Josh still thinks it’s a bad idea, but Sally tells the guys that she was only 23 when she died and barely had her chance at life and that watching Josh and Nora at the storage facility made her realize she doesn’t want to be just an observer anymore.
The guys can’t really argue with her because she’s Sally and packs the one/two punch of being relentless and adorable plus they don’t really have any time because Zoe’s there. Before she orders Aidan to answer the door, Sally reminds them to always be selling.
As the roomies sit in front of
the tribunal Zoe, Aidan asks if she wants anything to drink, like coffee or soda but she just dries that “Soda kills.” Aidan’s all, so do a lot of things but Josh jumps in to say it’s so strange that they never hung out before this. Aidan’s approaching it like a job interview, but Zoe says she just wanted to meet people “like them.” Sally jumps in for the save, saying she wanted to meet more people like her, you know, regular NORMAL human beings who FOR SOME REASON can talk to the dead. Surprisingly, Josh is the one who picks up the thread and manages not to dork out about it, saying it’s nuts how everything about you can be perfectly normal but there’s just this one little thing.
You know you’re screwed when you’re both looking to Josh for help.
Realizing either guy could go off the rails at any moment, Sally suggests they move on to the interview. Zoe agrees and boots Sally from the house. Sally starts to get squirrelly, but Aidan says everything will be fine, so Sally reluctantly agrees and dissipates to the front step while Aidan squirms in his chair and Josh wonders when he became the cool one.
Moments later, Zoe storms out the front door, telling Sally she can’t help her and Sally assumes it’s Josh and Aidan’s fault. Zoe says it wasn’t, they love Sally. Sally’s insistent to know why she can’t reincarnate and what the guys said. Zoe lets her know it wasn’t what they said as much as what Sally didn’t, as in, not telling Zoe that she tried to kill Danny a few months earlier. Sally defends herself that a) she didn’t kill Danny but b) he did kill and try to exorcise her and c) didn’t she have a right to feel a little anger? Zoe thinks it just means she’s damaged and she can’t have a damaged ghost inhabit a baby.
Sally whines that she needs to get away but Zoe thinks she has a pretty sweet gig living in a nice house with roommates who love her and tells her she has it better than any other ghost she’s ever met. Desperate, Sally admits to being stalked by the carbon emissions ghost. Zoe is not as sympathetic as Sally hoped and points out that if this is true, what’s to stop the thing from stalking her even after she’s taken the baby?
Your cuteness may be relentless but my intransigence knows no bounds.
Nora literally sniffs out Julia as she’s coming down the hallway and tries to be “friendly” by asking her if she’s lost. They make minor small talk until Nora introduces herself and Julia admits to asking around. Then Julia launches into a whole “so…you and Josh…” Nora reluctantly tells her they’ve been together a couple of months and that he told her what happened. Julia tries to milk some sympathy and says that’s more than he gave her but Nora suggests she just talk to Josh.
Julia, not exactly the most objective observer in this situation, says she’s stressed out enough and doesn’t want to listen to him stammer out another lie. Nora’s getting protective and defensive, telling Julia he was in a bad place but he’s different now and Julia’s becoming rather nasty, telling Nora that when she looks at Josh she “sees the same old selfish, cruel, piece of garbage that ran away,” but that’s just the bitter, seething resentment because when I look at him I see a Yellow Lab. Nora continues defending him that it wasn’t his fault, so Julia takes the even bitchier route of saying Nora looks like a nice person but she (Julia) knows who Josh really is and it’s just a matter of time before he does to Nora what he did to Julia, not ever realizing how very, very backwards that statement is.
You know, this whole wolf thing might have its advantages.
Aidan walks into an emergency surgery. Victim has a gunshot wound to the chest and as the doctors, techs and other nurses frantically work on the victim, one doctor orders SUCTION from Aidan…who obliges by taking off his mask and sucking out the blood. Then he stands up, vamped out, wipes his mouth and wonders why they’re all staring at him.
Duh, it’s a dream. Sally’s been watching him and wonders if he’s okay. He says he’s fine but Sally points out that he looks pale…even for him. He hasn’t been feeding and with the blood supply at the hospital on lockdown he’s kind of screwed. Sally suggests a blood den, but Aidan says it wouldn’t work because he’d have to start drinking live and if word got out it would be…bad.
Not exactly the “anti-drug” message they think it is.
Sally’s not as dumb as she can seem, though, so she wonders what happens if he goes totally cold turkey and doesn’t feed at all. Suddenly, I’m watching a metaphoric after school, Very Special Episode of Blossom as Aidan explains every episode of Intervention and then brings it back around to binging and eating live will lead him back to who he was before the healing power of young, hot Quebecois ass convinced him to be the Aidan Sally knows. Then he asks about Zoe. Sally doesn’t want to change the subject but Aidan shuts her down. She admits that Zoe won’t let her reincarnate so Aidan tries to buck her up, telling her there’s a million ways to slip off this mortal coil permanently, she’ll find her way. This doesn’t comfort Sally.
Leading her to go back to the nursery just in time for the janitor to sweep away the salt. She goes to the babies, settling on a groggy, baby boy named “S. Russell.” She coos at him, trying to coax his spirit out so she can take his place but he gets agitated and starts crying…just in time for the carbon emissions ghost to creep up behind Sally. Sally tells the ghost to leave the baby alone, but when it advances on Sally she dissipates and takes it with her to the viewing room. Zoe sees Sally and yells at her that she was going to jump into one of the babies, but Sally runs off telling Zoe she was right.
Should have bought that Leaf instead of the Jeep.
Sally disappears, but Zoe calls her back. She wants to know why Sally didn’t take the baby like she planned. Sally says it wouldn’t have been fair because that thing wouldn’t leave her alone. Zoe takes some pity on Sally and asks what it looks like. Sally’s surprised to have help and starts way too early explaining about Stevie and sleeping, but Zoe cuts her off asking her to tell her in a non-boring way, as a patient comes out to see why the nurse was talking to herself.
Josh has a rig set up, encasing the camera and placing it high enough to videotape the whole storage room. He’s very proud of his work and wants to show it to Nora, but she doesn’t want to lock herself up to change. She wants to be “free.” She’s desperate and twitchy and he tells her it’s just the wolf in her. She’s grasping at anything and thinks that if they change together maybe their wolves will be happy but Josh says it’s not a dog run and they have to be careful. Her mood has shifted to anger and she says only one of them needs to be locked up, and she’s going to change in the woods. He stops her, blurting out that she’s a killer and he watched her tear “someone” up in the woods, leaving out the parts that the someone was Heggeman the vampire and he was trying to kill Josh at that moment. Josh’s explanations are always like Swiss cheese.
Nora admits she knows exactly what she did but never told Josh because she didn’t want him feeling guilty for what she did. He’s beginning to feel her desperation and says he gets it, she wanted to protect him and now he wants to protect her, but Nora’s darker past seems to be creeping up on them, as she bitterly tells him that he doesn’t, because if he did want to protect her, he’d have run away from her like he ran from Julia. That he had no problem cursing her. She leaves before she can see the full weight of her accusation on the sad Yellow Lab’s face.
Josh really needs to learn to read tone because…this isn’t going to end well.
Aidan’s trudging around the hospital when he sees Julia. She totally obliviously sashays over with a little grin on her face, whispering out “Hi.” Aidan looks like shit just ran him over with a truck and says that they’re not going to keep doing this. Julia’s surprised so he asks if she really thought he’d throw away a friendship “for this.” Then he asks if she isn’t getting a little too attached for just three weeks. Rather than slap him or call him a dick, she kind of proves his point by stopping him and asking if the last few weeks haven’t meant anything. I’d feel badly for her but they don’t give me time because Aidan gets all druggy/fuguey listening to her heartbeat and staring at her neck then tells her it was just sex and to leave it alone.
Nora’s in the hospital locker room when she senses Julia in the aisle next to hers. Both women are leaving and Nora gets a very, very scary look in her eye as she stalks Julia out of the hospital. Julia’s walking home and Nora’s stalking, flashing back to her wolf killing Heggeman, and not really showing remorse as much as visceral determination, and as Julia walks in her front door, Nora strides into the street, without looking both ways, nearly getting hit by a car. So remember kids, always follow safe pedestrian practices if you’re planning on killing your boyfriend’s ex-fiancée after you turn into a werewolf, because how are you going to explain the shedding in your hospital bed the next morning?
That night at the storage facility, Josh is unloading his day’s bullshit on Sally about how he hasn’t been able to find Nora since she stormed out and he’s been trying to avoid Julia at the hospital all day, but Sally’s going sweet on Josh and tells him she’ll miss him if she ever goes away.
Sad Sally makes me sad.
Josh wonders where all this is coming from and where she’s planning on going. She eases his mind that she’s not planning on inhabiting any babies, if that’s what he’s worried about, but that Zoe “of the Manson stare” is helping her with something. Josh jokes that he’s sure Zoe’s great and the two of them can go on some teen tour somewhere and when Sally laughs, Josh goes sweet on her and says in a much more convincing way than Aidan that he’s positive there is another way out for her. Sally’s still a bit melancholy about the whole thing then asks if Josh thinks Nora will show. He doesn’t because she’s “stridently anti-storage unit.”
Aidan’s creeping down some dark and skeevy hallway. He stops at a door and flashes back to his conversation with Sally about his options. Just then a rough-looking, middle-aged woman opens the door and warmly greets him, saying she remembers him and that she can’t get over how “you people” never change. She’s a vampire hooker/dealer. Things get a little less warm and friendly when Aidan sees her muscle sitting on the window sill. Vamps have been getting rougher so she keeps him around to keep her safe. Cash up front, $300. Aidan’s twitching and agitated but he needs to feed. They make small talk about what he’s been doing since the last time and whatever. She slits her scarred forearm and he starts feeding, but they’re both kind of repulsed by it.
This is your face on drugs.
Nora shows up at the storage unit and Josh is reluctantly happy to see her because she’s not happy to be there. She just tells him he was right and she needs to be locked up. As she pulls the door to her unit down, Josh goes to his and we montage between Aidan getting high on live blood as Josh and Nora waiting to change as Sally feels alone and morose.
And while Aidan needs to be pulled off the hooker/dealer we cut to a last shot of the exterior of the storage units as WereJosh and WereNora bang and dent the hell out of the doors. Why do I get the feeling that’s going to be a plot point in the near future?
So that’s it. Three down and we’re getting into the meat of the season. I like where they’re taking Nora, especially since Sam Huntington has said that his arc has more to do with dealing with the temptations of others, so Nora’s not likely to be the docile, compliant wolf Josh was hoping for. And I just love the way Kristen Hager is playing her. Not sure what I think of Julia, but I can at least understand her motivation, even if I don’t necessarily like her means.
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