High school football field. Charlie and his sister walk along the stands and grump about the move. Does this girl even have a name? She's not listed on IMDB. They meet up with Andie where she's setting up a stall for the "mock trial" fund-raiser. They plan to charge people five bucks to use a lie detector. Nick points out what a poor money-making strategy this is. Realizing the truth of this, Andie takes his hands and begs him not to say anything. At that moment, boyfriend Brett, who's been practicing on the football field, notices the touching moment and growls under his breath. He roughly tackles someone. The coach grabs him by the facemask, looks into his now-yellow eyes without surprise, and sends him off the field.
Later, Brett is walking home when another teen boy on a bike pulls up beside him, taunting him about what happened at practice. "It's not like you to violate the code," the other boy says. "You're one to talk," Brett says. Taunty boy says he's never revealed his true self inside The Gates. They talk about the "pack" and how Brett shouldn't be with Andie. They get up in each other's faces. "We're just trying to help." Brett looks around and notices other boys on bikes waiting down the street. "Tell him, Lukas!" one of them cheers. "If anyone other than Coach had turned you around today," Lukas says, "you wouldn't be standing here right now." He invites Brett to go "running" with the pack outside The Gates sometime.
At the police station, Marcus and Leigh argue about whether or not to go look for the contractor's missing car. Leigh thinks it's a waste of time but butt-kisser Marcus says he trusts the Chief's instincts over hers. "You know the Chief killed an unarmed man, right?" Leigh asks. They exposit about how Nick went to bring in a suspect for questioning, claimed he saw the guy reach for a weapon, and shot him. Leigh thinks it's suspicious that Nick retired despite being exonerated. Marcus stands up for his new hero.The Monohans sit down to dinner at home. Charlie and unnamed little sister had a good day at school, and Sarah got a nice gift from a lady at the spa. Nick's all uptight about the wife of the Chief of Police accepting gifts and Sarah points out the dinner they're eating was a gift from Claire Radcliff. Nick looks queasy and explains he questioned the Radcliffs for a new case. Sarah thinks Claire is nice, but Nick thinks it's weird that her husband was "answering questions for her." Oh, he was not, you weenie. Meanwhile, at the Radcliff home, Dylan is dragging the contractor's body through the house while Claire plies the gate guard with a batch of fresh cookies. Somehow, I find both of the Radcliffs more likable than Nick, even though one of them is a murderer and one of them is a boundary-crossing mouth-sniffer. And both of them are vampires.