Sally is rotting and more than likely this is because she is no longer feeding the witch. Not feeling as if she could speak to anyone in the house about her rotting skin, she goes to her fellow reanimated friend, Nick, and while he tells her that he is not rotting, he's lying and is worse than Sally in his decomposition.
Then we see why he was trying to get rid of Sally so that he could indulge in a little bit of cat tar tar. Then bam his decomposition is cured. Can we say eww? And then Sally in a fit of the munchies proceeds to eat everything in the fridge and is still hungry, that is until she eyes a pack of raw hamburger. She fell on that meat like there was no tomorrow, and she apparently felt better for it.
This only confirms what has been speculated in previous reviews. Sally and crew are zombies. Eating raw flesh keeps the cracked, peeling skin away apparently. How will this end? Will Sally try and eat her friends? And where's Nick's girlfriend? Hopefully he hasn't eat her, though that will probably be happening soon at the rate they are all going.
When Sally finally told her mortician boyfriend that she is basically rotting, his reaction was expected. His coming back to help her was also expected though it probably made him quite icky and if you think about it, into necrophilia since Sally is technically dead. Apparently a dead girl and a mortician guy make a perfect couple. Who'd have thought? But can this relationship last? And will he eventually just be meat for her?
Then there is Nora, who is a real trip. She is getting all up in Aidan’s grill about Erin; however she is letting Liam cloud her judgment even though she killed his daughter. Normally Nora is cool; however she is getting to be annoying with her wishy-washy judgment.
She did redeem herself after Josh proposed and she chased him up the stairs in a house that was not even theirs but she needs to stop hanging with Liam since he is not really a good person.
Josh, in a fit of straight heroism saves Aidan from Liam, but not before Liam poisoned Aidan and scratched Josh. Yep, it appears that Josh will once again be a wolf and as we know the only way to cure himself is to kill his maker. Wonder if that will happen again? And will Nora be happy about this outcome? Will she change towards Aidan? She really should. The problem with Nora is that while she embraces the wolf wholeheartedly, and is in turn a killer, for some reason Aidan is really the bad guy in her eyes.
Poor Aidan. He is now sick and will soon die. But will he? Will he find a cure? It is the only thing that makes sense. Aidan can't die, nor can their be a world without vampires. If nothing else, since the virus is reacting very fast in him, chances are because he was out of commission (i.e. buried for almost 2 years) and had been taking Kenny's blood, maybe his body will create the vampire cure. At least that could be one theory.
Another great week and you should check the video link below for the next installment as it seems that Sally’s eating takes on a new dimension, Josh is upset and Aidan is dying.
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