Faye and Jake join in the chase. Adam gets to the case first and starts to open it when Nick jumps him and breaks the case and grabs the crystal. Then they're all chasing him. Meanwhile, Diana goes home and finds Charlie cowering on the floor in the kitchen. He tells her that he has done terrible things. He tells her to pack his things. He says that Amelia is haunting him and essentially admits to killing her. We really hear a lot of Diana's breathing, which is of course labored. She walks forlornly onto the street and is just walking in traffic and luckily the first car that approaches is Grant's. He gets out and she falls into his arms crying and we see that Blackwell had been approaching her as well.
They follow Nick to an abandoned junkyard. Faye points out that it's always some spooky, dirty place with Nick. They split up and start searching. Jake and Faye are together and he apologizes for not having shown up for prom those several years before. Funny joke: she thinks he's apologizing for the junkyard and says, "It's not your junkyard."
Cassie, Melissa and Adam see Nick try to trade with Eben the crystal for the demon inside of him, which essentially keeping him alive, or at least animated. Cassie comes out, dark magic blaring, and starts all these cars up. Then, she pulls the crystal from Nick's hand. When she picks it up, Eben sends her flying over some cars and for some reason it's kind of comical and probably fatal. She is still human, right? John shows up and says that he will handle Eben. Everyone is going to find Nick, but Faye stays behind to watch after John? I know. Nick and Jake struggle (their first time onscreen together!). Jake has a knife and they're going round. He drops the knife and Nick starts choking him. Then, Melissa stabs him from behind. Nick's dead again. She says that they were right and being demon-possessed is no way to live. Sure, you say that when you don't have a demon. John shows up and picks the crystal up off of the ground. He says that Ebe got away... WITH FAYE. He took her! On the bright side, they can build the skull and save her -- that is, if you trust him at all at this point, which I do NOT. I totally trust his tailor though. Daddy's looking fly.
Jeff Long is a writer/performer in Brooklyn. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter at @jblong.