This episode begins with Tom’s morning being juxtaposed to that of young girl. At the cafe, Hal’s OCD has gone into overdrive and he has made sure that everything is symmetrical. Hal asks if Tom could be like Leo and set the tasks that Hal needs to do for the purposes of routine to keep him on task. Hal notices a young girl standing across the street reading a book, but when Tom calls after her, she runs away. They chase after her and Tom admits that he is a werewolf.
They take Allison back to the house and she admits that she hunted him down after seeing the video of Tom and George on youtube. The first thing she wants to know is what sort of idiot exposes himself on youtube. When she shows Tom the video, he is shocked. Apparently, a ton of people have seen it and believe that it is fake. When Eve starts to cry, Annie leaves to check on her.
Allison says that she believes that someone is trying to break the news about werewolves. Hal says that the vampires have been keeping the secret for years and Tom backs him up by saying that Hal is not involved in vampire politics anymore. Allison suggests that Hal should go undercover and seek information over a pint of blood, which sends Hal rushing out of the house.
In a warehouse, Cutler is watching the video online when Golda of the U.K. operations shows up. Cutler tries to counter, saying that Griffin left him in charge, but Golda is not convinced that he has everything under control. Cutler tells her that he met a werewolf, but all Golda can think about is setting up a cage fight, though Cutler says he needs Tom for something else. Golda demands that he bring Tom to her.
Back at the house, Eve is having a fit and the doorbell rings A man threatens to knock the door in because the crying baby is disturbing him. Annie opens the door and uses her powers to force him back but when she turns to grab a stake, an old man is standing next to her. When she looks on the ground, she realises that the man knocking was human because his dead body is lying on the cement out front of the house.
Allison and Tom argue about approaching a vampire and she refuses to stay quiet. As they hunt for him, Allison argues that humanity is ready for supernaturals “to be out and proud.” Uh huh. This is clearly yet another GLBT reference on a show that has had one gay couple in four seasons, which resulted in murder and let’s not forget the whole pretend to be gay, for the purposes of throwing off questions about Eve. The track record for GLBT representation is abysmal on Being Human, but they don’t seem to have any problem with appropriation. Tom tells her to be quiet and she is snarky about him being the chair person. The vampire attacks Allison from behind, but Tom separates them and stakes the vampire. Allison is pissed that he killed the vampire, claiming that they didn’t learn anything and that Tom didn’t give her a chance to talk to him. Allison goes to leave in a huff, until Tom says that he might know someone they can talk to.
It has been less than half an episode and I already know that I don’t like Allison in the least little bit. She is clearly smart, but in this situation out of her depth and refusing to admit it. She placed herself in danger, forcing Tom to save her. This is quite common treatment of female characters in this genre, but it is still irritating every time a spunky agent enters the picture.
Back at the house, Annie is dealing with Emrys who is pissed that his death has been declared natural causes. Annie tries to explain that he is not really of this plane anymore and promises to help him fulfill the task that her killing him stopped him from accomplishing.
Tom takes Allison to meet Cutler, who wants to know if she plans to stick around for awhile. She admits that she wanted to be a barrister but that a university campus is out of he question. When she asks about the video on youtube, Cutler claims that he is just learning about it and that recently there has been a vampire minority who is keen to reveal the existence of werewolves. He takes his lie one step further and claims that Golda is the ringleader and that because she has protection that there isn’t much that he can do on his own. I am curious to know what Cutler’s end game is. Each week we see him making plans but there has been no larger objective identified. Cutler asks for Tom the vampire slayer to get involved, which causes Allison to become upset and ask how many vampires he has killed. Allison says that she is surprised that Cutler is condoning the murder of vampires. Tom replies that they are not normal people, because they are werewolves. Allison agrees to participate, if Tom teaches her how to kill a vampire.
At the cafe, Hal is mopping the floor and singing when a young woman walks in to order five teas. Alex tries to flirt with Hal but he says that he was just being friendly. When he admits to not having a girlfriend or a boyfriend she asks if he is a religious because of his sexual repression. As she leaves he tells her that it was nice to meet her.