Diane's powers continue to startle and frighten every one, and tells Monroe his wife expects twins. Nick says he's on his way, and Juliette tells Nick she's going too. Nick pulls Monroe aside and tells him that the abandoned car was found near the shipping yard. Nick isn't so sure, and Juliette asks if it's Wesen. Renard must learn to deal with their new and very unpredictable reality with Diana. Smiling, Frau Pech takes out a syringe, extracts some blood from the back of Adalind's neck, and continues to work on the Doppelgänger potion.
Next that stupid vision quest of Roberta's and then all that alien crap. He quickly pulls out his gun, only to realize it's. Juliette says that it's okay and that she really was interested, adding that she really did mean it when she told him he didn't have to knock anymore; she invites him to move back in if he wants to. Rosalee tries to quickly get some of the antidote into the Piqure-Gigantesque to give to Al. The few against the many, trying to fight back while being constantly on the defensive and on the run.
Nick asks Al to describe anything he can remember from his last call. Just before Nick gets to the top, Baron Samedi starts running across the tops of the containers, and Nick chases after him. Will he take up the reins and attempt to lead Black Claw? I have a lot to learn. Rosalee asks what they should do with Al, and Nick says he'll send an officer to pick him up. They also discover that everyone on a bus went missing.
Juliette is worried because she doesn't see Nick. The Baron obliges, and Eric calls in , one of his bodyguards. Nick asks Rosalee if she can figure out how to help Al. Several young people were murdered by the feral third arm of El Cuegle, who begs to be released, claiming his visionary calling is to prevent them from growing up into savage monsters. He tells them about the call that came in the day before that Al went to when he went missing. He says the caller had a weird accent. Am I the only one who had trouble seeing what was happening in each scene due to the darkness? Nick asks him if he remembers anything else about the location, and Al says he remembers hearing some kind of horn and that there was a lot of green before everything went to black.
However, considering that she was drawing from the memory of a few seconds sighting of an extremely traumatic incident, getting details wrong is entirely understandable. He agrees and attempts to tell her about the Cracher-Mortel and how he can spit something into people's faces and paralyze you to the point where you look dead. Nick starts climbing the container to go after the Baron. Further, with the new regime on the brink of total power, the group Wesen supporters are now showing their true colours without fear of the consequences. Nick returns to Juliette's house, and as Juliette lets him in, she says that he didn't have to knock on the door. In all honesty, it is a very interesting zombie series that sadly enough was mostly a miss, however it did have some very interesting characters. We can only hope Juliette 2.
Nick disarms the Baron, but the Baron performs a leg sweep to knock Nick to the ground. Baron Samedi takes part in a voodoo style ritual that sends some of his soldiers into a frenzy. . They start fighting with the two pieces like a sword fight. Nick says it was long, and she asks if he wants to tell her about it. In the latter case there will be no message you can either unhide the video or not block that div, which is not an ad in itself, just acts as a variable and in the former case, blocking third-party scripts will nullify the issue or you can also allow advert.
Nick plays the audio of Baron Samedi calling because his car was dead on the side of the road. Moments later, calls Adalind's phone to tell her that she has figured out a way to get rid of Frau Pech. As Lucas falls to the floor afterward, Eric is impressed with the effects of the Cracher-Mortel spit. Nick receives a call from Monroe, who tells him that Al is awake. Meanwhile, Monroe, Rosalee, and Juliette reach the car. Nick gives Hank his keys to go drive Nick's car around to the back so they can put Al in.
Three zombies come running at them, and Nick and Monroe take them out with a couple punches. Meanwhile, in numerous locations throughout Portland, many civilians are terrified as the zombies unleash merciless, rage-fueled assaults. Rosalee then starts administering the antidote to them one at a time. I know it's taking place at night but good grief, the director should have used more lighting!!! Nick tackles him into it, but as soon as they land inside, the Baron runs off to hide. Al says he also remembers that his head started hurting really bad and that he thinks he was taken to a dark room.
Frau Pech, understandably horrified by the idea, asks Stefania if she thinks such a plan will work. I found that it was a dumb idea to have a character lose his hand and then have it replaced with an antler and another thing, how is it that in a post apocalyptic world you would really let people get fat, I mean come on. To treat them, they have to stimulate the central nervous system. My belief is that only people who know how to use things should use them, with only exception being when someone is learning but in that case it should be clearly stated and preferably supervised by an expert. Not to mention Addison Carver who got fatter within every episode. He appears ancient and malevolent. Al attacks Monroe, who then punches him in the face and knocks him out, and Rosalee injects the antidote into Al's stomach.