Small town girl Laura Hollis has just finally moved out to go to Silas University. When her missing roommate is replaced without explanation, Laura vows to find out what is happening on campus while she deals with her new roomy... a vampire. Based on the J. Sheridan Le Fanu novella.
In the penultimate episode of the season, true alliances are revealed and one of the gang might not make it out alive.
In which some much needed scientific evidence of the “Two Idiots in Love” phenomena is observed. Our heroes have houseguests.Watch Now:Amazon
Death isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially in the minioning career path. Our heroes have some trouble on their hands with Danny and Theo, until an unexpected figure from Laura’s past appears.
Under what could be a siege or just some very aggressive extra-library maneuvers, our heroes’ only chance at survival seems to be to go in “a room full of knives.” Will they take the leap?
In which things are cleaned. Aggressively. And feelings are avoided. Aggressively. LaF reminds Laura that she’s been through a lot – and it’s okay if she doesn’t want to jump on the Quest Bandwagon right away.
The Dean discusses consequences. Puzzles are had, and genius strikes from the mouth of the least enthused.
When The Dean says one thing and does another, LaF and Carmilla research, rattle and roll their way to what might be… a clue? Laura knits. Aggressively.
Our heroes deal with a slight change to their water supply, a sassy entity and a killer pair of eyewear.Watch Now:Amazon
So remember when Laura said that all of the talismans had a deep connection to whatever carries the most personal baggage for her? Yikes at this last one. Y I K E S.
Startled by the sudden appearance of a ghost from their past, Laura and Carmilla are faced with a complex decision involving Laura’s vocabulary and spelling skills.
Growing weary of the research frenzy following the discovery that Perry is now, apparently, possessed by THE DEAN; Laura turns to DIY library improvements and Carmilla stages an intervention.
Laura faces a choice she's never had to make: betray herself and what she stands for, or save Carmilla from Vordenberg.
As the siege gets worse and the Baron gets closer, Laura tries again to break through to Carmilla - who finally contacts her back. It's far from what Laura wants to hear.Watch Now:Amazon
Theo returns with an interesting proposition to doublecross the Baron. Can they trust him?
Laura sees Carmilla out on the lawn and is afraid she's headed for the Anglerfish crater. As the siege continues, Laura broadcasts to Carm in hopes of bringing her back.
Reeling from Mattie's death, Carmilla's departure, and the Baron's goons closing in on them, the gang barricades their quarters and hope for the best.
Carmilla, full of rage, disappointment and fury at Laura - who killed Mattie by proxy - gives up on her and leaves.
Believing she killed her sisters, Danny betrays Mattie and brings Vordenberg to the homebase. A tense stand-off ensues leading to a horrific conclusion.
Laura and Carmilla find Mattie in their room, knocked out and covered in blood. She doesn't remember what happened. So they turn to the camera.
Kirsch and Danny have a heart to heart about where they stand - and he reveals what Vordie and the Zetas' plan is. Laura and Carmilla share a moment alone, and have their own realizations.
As Radio Free Vordenberg continues to spew anti-inhuman rhetoric around campus, Mattie takes Laura to task: she's a naïve girl who's in over her head and whose ill advised actions will only make things worse.
Between Vordenberg's plan for Lophii and Mattie's plan for Silas, things are dire on campus.
Theo takes Kirsch to task about where his loyalties lie - with the Zetas or with Danny? The gang learns the hard way that you do not starve a vampire.
Carmilla, Mattie, JP, Laura and Danny adjust to their new normal under Vordie's rule - until LaF bursts in with some disquieting news.
Perry attacks Mattie, Laura breaks down, and Carmilla gives up information that could change everything.