After Ty closes Eva’s eyes, he leaves the freezer to find Agnetha waiting for him in a jump suit wearing yellow rubber gloves. She suggests that he avoids calling the police and then complains that she has been waiting for him all night. In shock Ty tells her that Eva is dead and Agnetha simply says, “is she?” and asks if he is sad she is dead. When Ty answers yes, she says that it’s the shock. Ty realises that Agentha locked Eva in the freezer. When Ty again expresses shock that Agnetha killed Eva, she responds, “someone had to.”
When Ty sits in shock Agnetha tells him to keep it short because they have a limited window of opportunity. We are then treated to a flashback of Agnetha killing Eva. She asks if Ty was aware that she was on anti-depressants and we get to another flash to Eva forcing drugs down her throat. She tells him the level of police involvement is up to him and she won’t fight or deny what she did but because of what Eva was doing to him, she is proud of her actions. Ty yells, “I was going to leave her. After what she did to Dawn, I was going to leave her.” Agnetha shakes her head and responds, “she would never have allowed that.” Ty wraps Eva in plastic and puts her body in the truck, and he drives to a park with Agnetha following in Eva’s car. When they arrive, Ty unwraps Eva and Agnetha tells him to throw her over the bank. Agnetha quickly packs up and Ty stands for a moment over Eva’s body to say he is sorry.
The two drive back into the city and Agnetha tells him that he has to keep calling Eva and leaving messages. Ty promises to call some of Eva’s friends and ask if anyone has seen her. Agnetha says that if the police don’t find her by the early evening that Ty should call them and report her missing and emphasis her erratic behavior. Ty says that she doesn’t have a history of murder but there are a few people who would believes this. Agnetha finishes with the suggestion that Ty avoid calling her in the foreseeable future, to which Ty responds, “I can live with that,” before getting out of the car.
Agnetha goes back to the office and talks to Anders. She asks about Dawn and he says that she is a nice girl and not bad if you like your biscuits plain. Agnetha asks if Dawn can be persuaded to do the right thing at the right time and Anders responds, “by me she can, but then most women can.” Anders wants to know what she has in mind for Dawn and Agnetha says, “I want her to keep her mouth shut,” but before she can tell Anders why, Dawn enters the office.
Ty goes to Mike’s bar and leaves Eva a message. He explains that when he got home that Eva was not there. He then goes on to phone Loki who tells him to go away. Olaf and Ingrid enter the bar arm in arm. Olaf looks at Ty and quips about him fulfilling a false prophecy, which freaks Ty out until he learns that Olaf was only joking about Ty being the the guardian of the last beer on earth. Mike hands over two beers and Olaf quips about them being free, but Ty puts money on the bar to pay for them, before leaving saying that he has to find Eva.
When Ty returns, he hears a noise in the freezer and it turns out that it’s Colin, who apologises for being short with him earlier. He wants to know where Eva is and says that she was supposed to leave him some venison. Yeah, I though that was weird. He then asks if Eva is cheating on Ty. When Ty says no, Colin again asks where she is. Suddenly there is a knock at the door and it’s the police. Colin asks “what’s the stupid little bitch done now?” The cop says that they have found a body and Colin and Ty go to the station and identify Eva’s body. Colin asks for a moment alone with Ty and as soon as the cop leaves, he attacks Ty asking “what did you do?” Ty says that he did nothing but Colin responds, “no daughter of mine would walk into a forest to fucking die. Eva hated fucking trees and do not lie to me. Do not tell me that it was suicide; no way would she wimp out like that.” I have to admit that given Colin’s relationship with Eva, I am a touch surprised at his violent response. They begin to circle Eva’s body throwing accusations back and forth until Colin says, “you are a dead man,” before leaving the room.
At Colin’s house, he is ranting in front of Michele. Michel asks if Colin has any actual evidence that Ty killed Eva and he responds, “I looked into his eyes and that is all the evidence that I need.” Ty goes to see Dawn at Anders office. She thanks him for getting her home and saving her life in the process. Ty says he is sorry that she got put in that position and says that Eva is dead. Dawn says that she is so sorry and asks how he is doing. Ty answers that he is okay. When Dawn asks what happened, Ty responds that Eva killed herself and that it wasn’t because of Dawn. Ty says that he wants to keep Dawn out of it and that though he told the police he was with a friend, he didn’t give them her name. Ty says that he has to go and that there are things that need to be organized.
Back at Ty’s, Eva’s grim followers are holding a vigil playing her music. Mike asks if the police got in touch, and Ty says that they are waiting on toxicology. Ingrid brings over some food and Stacey comes back from the door with a dead wreath. Ingrid tells her that she no longer has to handmaiden Eva because she is dead and points out that she was never really Hel’s handmaiden to begin with. Stacey says that she has nothing else to do. When Zeb comes in, he starts checking out the Emo’s until Axl points out that it is too soon.