Back at The Gates, there's a long line of cars waiting to get in. Inside the station, they've gotten reports of 23 burglaries, all from families who were at the football game. The guest house where Leigh lives was also hit. She looks alarmed. Meanwhile, the teen wolves are trying to get back in through the side gate, but the gate isn't recognizing Lukas's card key. There are glaring spotlights. Brett jumps the wall, careful to avoid the security cameras, and opens the gate for the others. Leigh reaches her place to find it a mess. A display case is conspicuously missing something from one of its shelves.
Radcliff house the next morning. Claire is happily baking. Dylan is suspicious as he wasn't able to reach her the night before. She has an explanation for everything, carefully omitting any mention of Christian and feeding. She pulls a perfect soufflé from the oven. Vampiric threeways fix everything!
At the station, the Kops question some of the visitors from the night before. Leigh is giving Teresa the third degree about moving in with Marcus so quickly. Marcus pulls Leigh aside. She's suspicious because all the burglaries happened on the same day his "new fling" moved in. Marcus goes back to Teresa. Peg shows up to talk to Leigh. "How long ago was it taken?" she asks. "At least twelve hours," Leigh tells her. Peg gives her a bottle of pills to "help with the pain" but reminds her that if she's away from "it" too long... Leigh's nose begins to bleed. There's a commercial break and then we're back at the station with Marcus and Nick. Marcus has video footage of Brett near the pedestrian gate, but all they can see is a bit of his letterman jacket. Nick wants to find out from the coach who wasn't at the game.
At the frozen yogurt place, Andie is sitting outside, waiting for Brett. Instead, she sees Charlie, who sits with her. Brett's too busy being questioned at the station to make his appointment with Andie. His mother, smiling too brightly, explains to Nick that her son was at the game and couldn't be involved with the burglaries. Brett confesses, much to his mother's worry, that he wasn't at the game. He explains he was riding bikes with Lukas and some other guys. At the mention of his name, Brett's mom pales. Brett says Mr. Abernathy saw them riding their bikes. Cut to the frozen yogurt place, where Andie is apologizing for kissing Charlie while she was still with Brett. She's got a few things to figure out. Like the fact that Brett is so much hotter than Charlie. Back at the station, Brett and his mom are getting into their car. She grounds him for a month. He thinks that's harsh for just missing a game. "This isn't about football and you know it," she says. She asks him if he went running, and he admits he did. She's worried he'll be shot by hunters like his father and brother were. She vows to protect him. Commercials.