"After three days and nights,
and does not succeed
shall be put to death"
Baby Kelly is crying and no matter what his parents do, they cannot seem to calm him, as they frantically try to cook dinner. They decide to call Rosealee to learn if the baby has colic. Rosalee and Monroe are trying to have a quiet romantic dinner when a frantic Adalind calls complaining that they have tried everything and that Kelly won't stop crying. Rosealee suggests trying some fennel but suddenly, the baby stops crying, attracted by the light on the cell phone. Nick is quick to suggest getting Kelly his own phone.
Daniel Troyer is leading a ceremony regarding vengeance for the murder of his only son and the prospect of marrying his daughter Emily. Three Wesen draw feathers to see who will be the first to attempt to seek justice. It's Issac who draws the longest feather and he is ordered to bring Daniel, the headd of Frankie Atkins. Before leaving, Issac tells Emily that he has loved her for years and that this is his chance to prove it.
Nick and Adalind sit and have dinner together. Adalind admits that since her mother wasn't around, she had to teach herself how to cook. Adalind then asks about mommy Grimm and learns that she was a good cook, until she disappeared when Nick was 12. Adalind reveals that her father took off when she was four. Adalind then acknowledges that their arrangement is weird (um yeah, ya think) and that she appreciates Nick taking care of the both of them. Adalind then brings up the job opportunity, adding that she doesn't like to rely on anyone. Nick however thinks that it might be too soon for Adalind to go back to work. Adalind wants to contribute because she doesn't like feeling so helpless but then in a total twist, asks Nick to stay with her and Kelly in their room again tonight. Adalind feels safer with Nick sleeping next to her because she knows that he will kill anything that comes through the door. Nick simply gives her the eye but does not respond.
Frankie Atkins prepares to leave his dance club when Issac enters. Issac follows Frankie outside, as Frankie orders his bodyguard to go and get the car. The bodyguard is knocked unconscious by Issac. As Frankie attempts to get into the car, he is knocked to the ground by Issac. Issac draws his sword to inflict the killing blow and finds himself attacked by another Wesen and killed, as Issac hides underneath his Humvee in a panic.
Renard meets Andrew, who wants to run for the mayor of Portland. It seems that Andrew wants Renard's support and so Renard asks for more information on what Andrew plans to do.
Wu, Hank, Nick arrive outside of the club. Wu gives Nick and Hank the details of the murder and that Issac was the son of a prominent defense attorney in town. The cops examine the sword and Wu adds that Frankie claims that he was saved by someone wearing an animal mask. Nick and Hank head inside the club to question Frankie, who claims that he has never seen Issac before and that he hid under the Humvee until the cops. Frankie is adamant that he has never seen anything like this before and that he owes the man in the animal costume.
Back at the station, Hank and Nick try to find a connection between Frankie and Issac, particularly why Issac was trying to kill Frankie. Nick and Hank decide to discuss the situation with Renard because Renard knows Issac's mother Amanda Proctor. Renard reveals that Amanda and her son are Weten Ogen and offers to go with the Hank and Nick to inform Amanda about the death of her son.
Adalind tells Kelly that he is not an only child and brings up Diana. It's Adalind's hope that they will all be together some day. Adalind gets a call from Rosealee, who is checking in on Kelly and to say that she has put together a few things for them. Rosealee offers to come over and Adalind agrees to go to her instead, claiming to have fortress fever.
Daniel is holding court again and he informs the remaining men that Issac almost succeeded in his mission but failed at the last second. It seems that Daniel believes that one of the two remaining suitor took Issac out. Daniel then tasks Eli with taking out Frankie. warning that now that Frankie knows someone is trying to kill him, the mission will be more difficult.
Eli heads outside and he is stopped by Emily, who tells Eli that he doesn't have to kill Frankie, because this tradition isn't worth it. Eli is certain that what happened to Issac will not happen to him. Eli says that he has a way in and warns that if Amos gets in his way, he will kill Amos. Eli tells Emily that this is their time and that together, they will make a great family.
Renard, Hank and Nick go to Amanda's office to ask why Issac would try to kill Frankie. Amanda says that as far as she knows, Issac didn't even know Frankie. Nick brings up Issac's criminal record but Amanda is adamant that Issac wouldn't try and kill Frankie. Renard then reveals that Nick is a Grimm and Amanda is not pleased that Renard brought Nick into her office. Amanda woges and asks Nick if this is what he wanted to see. The cops asks where Issac was before he tried to kill Frankie and Amanda tells the cops about Issac's dinner with Daniel and that Daniel is a Weten Ogen just like her.
The cops leave the office and decide to go and see Issac, to see what they can find out.
At the spice shop, Monroe prepares to leave for a repair. Rosealee holds an letter from a guy she used to know in Seattle, and worries about opening. Monroe wonders if he should leave Rosealee with the letter and she makes it clear that there's nothing he shouldn't hear. Rosealee reads the letter and learns that Carlos, a man she used to know in Seattle is dead. Rosealee puts the letter down in disgust and claims that both the letter writer and Carlos were not good men. Both Rosealee and Monroe agree that they want to put the past behind them.