On the docks, demon Nick says he wants the Circle's power. Then, Charlie jumps out and knocks him out. Dawn says that he knows what they have to do. They have to drown it. Nick. Dawn says something about drowning it is the only way to save Nick too. I don't know. Charlie drags him to the water and puts him under, at which point, he comes to. He starts fighting and it's really upsetting. He seems confused about what's happening. But, also, wouldn't Nick be stronger than Charlie? Cassie and Grandma hear a noise near the docks but get there as Nick is laid out on the dock. Dead. Or dead-looking. What? I LOVE HIM. Charlie and Dawn are gone.
Back at the house, Melissa tells Faye that she doesn't remember anything. Faye says that she was really mean to her. She says the day was blurry and Faye says that she's glad she's OK. They get a call. Faye takes it. She seems devastated about Nick. Meanwhile, Charlie and Dawn are in his car and Charlie is distraught. Dawn says it was the right thing to do. Charlie says that he killed a child. It doesn't feel right. Dawn takes his hand and thanks him for saving her life. Damn, she's manipulative. At The Boathouse, Adam tells Diana that the police are saying Nick hit his head and drowned. They wonder if he was trying to get the demon out himself. He says Nick had it worse than any of them. He never knew who he was. She says that she couldn't take losing Adam and she makes him promise to not get lost.
At their house, Cassie tells her Grandma that Nick would be alive if she'd confided in her earlier. They vow to have no more secrets. Cassie wants to know what happened the night of the fire, but Grandma doesn't know. Cassie says she misses her mom. What good is magic if you can't save the people you care about? For real though. Grandma says that witchcraft is dangerous and attracts darkness. She says that she's not going to let anything happen to Cassie.
We end with a sad musical montage of Dawn and Charlie standing in different places, in darkness. Adam and Diana are still holding each other at The Boathouse because no one has a curfew. Faye is holding Melissa as she sobs, poor thing. Cassie goes to her room and stares out the window, across the way, where beautiful Nick used to creep. Seriously?
Jeff Long is a writer/performer in Brooklyn. He can be reached at email@example.com and followed on Twitter at @jblong.