So now we're back where we started the episode, with Stephanie coming home to the trashed house and crying over the Jim body. The living Jim comes down the stairs (where he was presumably comforting the kids, or else yelling at them some more, or else just pretending really badly to be Jim), says her name, and she recoils from both of them. Finally the body shifts back to Charlotte, like shapeshifters are supposed to when they die. See, I'm up on the rules too! Stephanie wonders what they're going to do now. I don't know, figure out how to make Charlotte posthumously shapeshift herself into a failed attempt at a large dinner?
Apparently they called Joshua, and he stashes the body in his trunk. Looks like Stephanie is getting something from him in return after all. Joshua admits that he knew Charlotte back in the day. "She was a friend...more than a friend, once upon a time." He seems more or less cool with her being dead now, though. He says he didn't tell her about him because it's too dangerous for them to get involved. Jim acts brave, but Joshua warns that this is bigger than King -- who will be coming after them when he finds out about the death of Charlotte (aka Victoria aka Amelia aka whatever other grandma-names you want to throw in there). Stephanie figures she can pretend to be Charlotte pretending to be Stephanie, if she only has a secret that Charlotte alone would know, preferably about King. A little late to think about that, isn't it? "I think I might be able to help you out with that," Jim says. Well, how convenient!
At school the next day, JJ approaches Natalie, figuring there must be some feeling of closure now that her mom's murderer's been caught. "It won't bring my mother back," she shrugs. Not to mention she now probably knows that her mother was having an affair with a married coworker, but it's a little late in the episode to start delving into that. JJ fares better when she returns the locket, which he apparently stole back from the barista at some point in his spare time. Speechless, she just hugs him, long and hard. Until he is, too, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.King finds Stephanie in the hall, and she pretends to be Charlotte. Suspiciously, King asks her to "resume your normal form" so he can be sure it's her. Saying she needs to be careful, Char-not glances at the camera they're standing right under. "Besides, I thought you preferred this form," she flirts. King is suddenly pretty hot and bothered at that, but convinced; he asks what she found out about the Powells' powers, and she says she's close -- if she can just go back to Belem, Brazil to look into their origin story. And while she's at it, she adds that Stephanie should be brought in. Getting way up close, she says that Stephanie would do "absolutely anything for you." Shouldn't she hold off on that second suggestion until she gets back so King doesn't spend her entire absence looking for the real Stephanie? King is clearly moved by her argument, or at least by her boobs, and he agrees it's a good idea. And then Stephanie climbs down off of his giant boner to go look stressed out in private about what she's doing. Sure, she might be chock-full of morals, but if she isn't careful, at this rate it won't be long before she's also chock-full of King's man-glue.