George and Mitchell are at a bar talking. It seems that Nina is withdrawing from him, even though she has moved in. Mitchell tells George that he has to have compassion for Nina, because not only did she find out that he is a werewolf, she has to deal with the fact that she watched him kill someone. Frustrated, George leaves the bar and follows the sound of crying, which leads him to a woman in the alley. It turns out that this was a ruse to draw him out on his own, and he is taunted by a male vampire. A fight ensues, and Mitchell breaks it up, as the two vampires run away.
Back at the house, Nina asks Annie about George's condition. Nina pulls back her sleeve and shows Annie her scar. Annie tries to assure Nina that she is fine, because George had not completely changed when he scratched her.
Back in the alley, George tells Mitchell that he has been attacked three times since Herrick's death. They decide to split up, and George follows the woman, while Mitchell goes after the man. The woman steps out of the shadows and says, "with a lot of vampires it's about the blood and the world domination, but me and Ivan, it's just about the tourism." The male vampire, accosts Mitchell easily and says to him, "it's true then you are clean". When Mitchell asks how long he has been back, Ivan tells him that they have been back a couple of weeks and that Daisy is visiting family. It seems that Ivan felt compelled to attack George because he killed Herrick, though as Mitchell points out, he has never been a Herrick loyalist. Ivan tells him that anyone who wants to make a name for themselves is going to go after George.
In another part of the garage, Daisy gets closer to George, and asks him what it was like to kill Herrick and at first he says he does not remember, but when pushed again he says it was cold. Daisy moves even closer and kisses George.
Back at the house, Nina tells Annie that she has been having nightmares of turning into an animal, and killing people. Apparently, the nightmares have gotten so bad that she is afraid to go to sleep. She says it's all that she can think about, and that she wants to scream and pull her hair out in clumps. When Annie asks what Nina plans, Nina says that she is planning to use the room where George scratched her. Annie promises her that she is going to be fine, and promises to go with her, because the full moon is tomorrow night.
Back at the garage, Ivan tells Mitchell that things are going to fall apart because there is a power vacuum now that Herrick is gone. Mitchell then rises to his feet and says, "You tell everyone you meet, that an attack on him, is an attack on me and tell them to hide -- we go back to the shadows where we were before. The revolution has been cancelled." In another part of the garage, George and Daisy continue to make out until Ivan calls out Daisy, and announces they are leaving. As Daisy is walking away, she tells George that they are staying at the Travelodge and that he should find her. George, Mitchell, Daisy and Ivan all meet up and Ivan tells George that they are a long way from through. When Mitchell asks George what happened between him and Daisy, George lies and says that she attacked him and he fought her off. Mitchell responds, "yeah, well you got lipstick on your mouth."
The next morning back at the house, Nina is sitting on George's bed when he walks in wrapped in a towel from the shower. She stands up and tries to move around him and he blocks her path saying, "you are very pretty." She tries to avoid him again by saying that he just had a shower, but he persists. She tells him, that "it's a lot to take in, werewolves, vampires and ghosts," and George asks, why she is still here. "You've forgotten what it's like discovering this world. It's not exciting it's frightening. You are the only constant I have left, even if you are part of it. I need you to seem me through this", Nina says. George gets up in frustration.
Downstairs, George complains that Annie is dunking biscuits into her tea and she tells him it's like occupational therapy. Nina grabs her coat and kisses George before she walks out. Annie hands George tea and Mitchell coffee and she tells them she has applied for a job at a local pub. Mitchell says that Annie can't get a job because she is not solid she is squishy. Annie persists and walks out of the room. George says that it is wonderful that Annie is moving on and Mitchell responds, "Oh, you're right, a disembodied dead woman is getting a job in the service industry, what could possibly go wrong with that?" George tells Mitchell that he is only upset because he does not have a purpose. He doesn't have a girlfriend, his enemy is dead, and even the bloodlust, which has been a problem for years is gone. George tells him, "You're like a piece of deadly furniture and I guess it must be disconcerting to see that purpose in other people when you don't have one yourself."