Even dead, she’s cuter than you.
So the roomies start dealing with heavier, thornier, weirder issues this week, and Josh doesn’t even have Nora to scrunch up her face when he’s acting goofy to bring him out of geek land. Because they needed to sideline her so that a minor plot point would make sense.
Anyway, speaking of Josh, while doing his rounds of cleaning up messes around the hospital and wondering why his life sucks, a pretty blonde with creepy blue eyes comes up to him to help her get her twin brother out of the psych ward. Josh thinks she thinks he’s a doctor or nurse but, no. She knows he’s a wolf and there’s going to be another full moon soon and if her brother’s on lockdown when that happens, well, Josh doesn’t need much more convincing.
Then the twins, because they’re both purebred werewolves and Romneys, want to make Josh their pet especially when they learn he’s looking for a cure. Josh resists at first, getting all 99% on them, but some bad advice from Aidan convinces him that the end justify the means. Until the brother aggressively overacts the rich asshole part and puts Josh on high alert. Which only prompts him to have one of his Josh fits and twitch them out of the unit.
Meanwhile Sally’s befriending Zoe in the hopes that at some point she’ll let Sally reincarnate. All this hanging with ghosts has made Zoe one odd duck, though, and when Sally thinks she spies a new doctor flirting she tries to push Zoe into the land of the living. Her Cyrano act sinks like a lead balloon, but doesn’t deter our plucky ghost. She keeps hanging with Zoe, even agreeing to attend her ghost group, in hopes that she’ll find a way to make Zoe not so creepy. Instead, Sally runs into Drowning Nick. Being 23 forever, Sally’s suddenly all “Zoe, Schmoey,” and trying to reconnect with Nick. After a series of demoralizing and unfortunate events, Sally makes a really bad decision.
And Aidan. He’s just losing it. First, he’s so addicted to his blood hooker/dealer that he’s practically killed her because he won’t let her regenerate her own blood. While she puts him off to get her friend “Darla” Aidan flashes back to 1930 when he looked really good in a tux and pomaded hair but decided to ruin it all with that stupid moustache. He’s Suren’s babysitter and dealing with his own baby vampire, Henry. They’re one too many handfuls for Aidan, who even when he was at his most scary was still kind of a wuss who makes too many decisions from pure emotion.
Which continues into the present. Darla isn’t exactly the fount he thought she’d be and while he’s starving, Suren’s needling him for not eating live and not helping her and nag nag nag until she brings him some made guy who offers to be their muscle if they just turn him. He’ll provide them with blood hookers for the blood dens, turn any politician they want and if they have any messes they need cleaned, he’s also in waste management. After smartly thinking it was a bad idea to turn someone like that because you can’t control him, Aidan takes his own bad advice, because he’s so very hungry, and agrees to do what Suren wants. And it turns out worse than he expected because he’s very pretty and very stupid and doesn’t learn from his mistakes.
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