“Then she began to weep bitterly, and said, ‘What can a poor girl like me do now?’”
We have a girl and her father talking about her hefty curriculum – being watched by a canine-Wesen. Who later kidnaps the girl while watched by another canine-wesen (a Coyotl). They take her to a farm where they meet a third man and lower her into a well, tied and gagged.
When she’s pulled out during the day there are 4 men – who apparently knew her when she was very young. They’re mad because apparently her dad took her and her mother away from their group when she was very young and they intend to bring her back into the pack – they say as their eyes glow.
Nick has not given up on Juliette and is determined to include a product placement for Apple. I mean, show Juliette some pictures of them together to try and jog her memory. She remembers her work, even individual cases in her work, she remembers her co-workers and she even remembers her home. Nick shows and tells Juliette that they have lived together for 3 years – and she doesn’t remember any of it.
In almost desperation, Nick brings Monroe to see her, though Monroe thinks there’s zero chance of her remembering him. Turns out she can remember him – every last moment they spent together (which, admittedly, isn’t many) but not that Nick was in any of those memories. Of course, she asks how Nick and Monroe actually met and that’s an awkward question in and of itself.
At work, Nick and Renard discuss the murder of Catherine, the Hexenbiest. I love this conversation because they’re both in the know and neither knows it. Since Catherine has a lot of money but no gainful employment – and a whole lot of herbal items around the house, Nick presents the idea she may be a drug dealer. And adds that Adalind has completely disappeared.
Hank is also having issues with his exposure to the Wesen world, talking to a therapist about anxiety, nightmares and fears – and how he is sure the man he shot changed after he died. He is edgy and panicky and even grabs the therapist in a brief panicking moment.
Hank confides his worries in Nick after Nick pushes past the “I’m fine.” Hank tells Nick he’s been shooting at shadows and how he lost it in therapy. Hank is considering telling Renard and maybe even quitting, maybe the jobs getting too much for him. Nick can’t stand to see Hank quit over this – and says they need to talk (the big reveal!) But they’re interrupted by Wu who has a Jarold Kemfer who wants to speak to Hank – he walks in and it’s the kidnapped girl’s father. He’s an old friend and is worried about the girl (Carly) who disappeared. Her mother’s been dead 5 years and no-one has seen her – and in his stress Jarold Woges into a Coyotl for Nick to see. Nick tries to get some clues as to Jarold’s personal life –but Hank says he’s known him since high school and Carly is his goddaughter, so he doesn’t need to ask those questions.