Mary’s neighbor has mysteriously gone missing, so she teams up with John to unearth the disappearance. During their investigation, John unexpectedly reunites with someone from his past. Carlos and Ada bond as they stake out a potential clue to their partner in the demon. Meanwhile, Latika listens to folk tales passed down from her family in hopes of helping Mary and John. Check out the recap below to find out what happened in this week’s episode, “You’re Lost Little Girl.”
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At Lawrence’s modest family home, a little girl named Carrie says goodnight to her long-haul trucker mother over CB radio. She laments the loss of her toy “Bernis” and pleads with her mother to come home and help her find her, but she is told to go to bed. Carrie finds a bag lying on the floor of her room. Delighted, she discards her bag and wraps herself up. In the dim light of her room, her long, twisted hand begins to emerge from her bag.
you need someone
“There is no map to becoming a hunter. The truth is, you
You can’t do everything yourself. I need someone else to show me the way.
friends, your family. Otherwise, you will just get lost. ”
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Mary tries to contact her mother, but it doesn’t work. Deanna is resting on her own case and she has been out of touch for a while. Mary confesses to John and Lata that she doesn’t even know if Deanna knows Samuel is missing. It seems she is ready to give up for a while. She confesses that they broke up over an argument about her quitting hunting. and cheers her up by pointing out that you’re trying to keep her away from her hunting life.
In subtle but genius matchmaking, Lata advises that Mary should take a night off and go see a movie. John jumps at the chance, but Mary is unable to pick up her bait. She has her mission and cannot let it go.
A pile of handwritten notes from Ada’s trance discover nothing about Acrida, but there may be something in there that can tell her how to fix the box. is in collusion with another demon who chases the box, thinking she can get more information from him.
The group splits up after news of a disturbance at Mary’s neighbor’s house—Carlos and Ada go to find out the address, and John goes with Mary to see how the neighbor’s kids are doing.
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John and Mary arrive to find Carrie’s older brother, Ford, but not Carrie. A fairly young police officer was at the property and she soon found John. This is Betty, mentioned earlier by John’s mom. It seems that the two once knew each other well before John went to the army.
After lying a little about getting into community college, John introduces Mary as a member of his “study group.” Betty recognizes her name and follows her mother’s wishes to release Ford to her.
In private, Ford tells Mary that he didn’t think he was crazy because he didn’t tell the police everything. Mary persuades him to explain and confesses that when he ran into Carrie’s room, he saw Carrie’s long twisted arms grab her, pull her into her bag and disappear. Mary believes him, she says.
John finds a CB radio in Carrie’s room while investigating the house with Mary, and Mary tells him that Samuel taught him to pick up hunter codewords when he was little. When John asks her about her dreams as a child, and she confesses that she wanted to pitch in Kansas City, Mary tells him she never had dreams like her childhood. she had no choice. She was raised to hunt monsters.
On the floor of Carrie’s room, Mary finds a scrap of cloth.
Monster club first rule
Mary adds some hexbags to Campbell House for extra protection and explains to John what they are. Brush it off by saying there are more important things to do. Ford is a smart kid and doesn’t believe John’s explanation that the hex bag is for good luck.
John and Mary explain that people like them take care of the monsters.Ford also wants to join the monster club. Spoiled, Mary told him he could, but the first rule of the Monster Club is that you must know it’s a secret.
“I felt that restlessness…” Rockin’ Roxy radio station tells us as Carlos and Ada sit in front of Carlos’ van, sticking addresses out of her trance. Carlos is very clear that he is not talking about the stakeout life (“declining youth”), but that he thinks it is the worst part of hunting. He suggests they kick the door in and bust in—”Good idea,” says the black-eyed demon from next to the car door.
They grapple and Carlos fires streams of holy water into the creature’s face. It doesn’t seem very effective, but with Ada’s help, the demon gets caught in the back of Carlos’ van — right under the demon trap he has on the roof.
Instead of returning to the rest of the group right away or exorcising the demon right away, Ada says she wants to take him somewhere right away.
From the scraps of fabric in the bag, Lata identifies the child-snatching creature as Boli Baba, a monster from her own childhood nightmares. It has a history of over 1000 years and is summoned when you wish for a lost item.
Mary says it’s strange to see two monsters as selfish as Acrida. John suggests that Lata ask her parents about Boli Baba, unaware that her parents died years ago. However, Lata says she may know someone and she calls them.
Back at Campbell’s house, Ford hears a knock on the door. He tries to open it, but there is no one there. Ford leaves the house and follows his “lost” into Bori’s Bubba’s trap.
John and Mary return with food to Ford to find the house empty and the door open. Betty shows up to check on Ford, and John distracts her by lying (rather badly) that Mary took him to a snack run. The two have come to know each other and have revealed that they used to have some sort of relationship, but now they have no hard feelings about it.
Back inside, John hears Mary’s voice on the CB radio and tells him that Boli Baba took Ford. She plans to go after him, believing that John and the rest of the team will kick them all out. I believe she will do it again. ”
John panics and runs to Mary, but he arrives too late and just as she disappears into the sack.
Waking up in a sack full of lost toys and endless junk, Mary puts the lost object — Dad’s hat — on her head and follows the children.
small wooden trap
Carlos watches Ada grind herbs and cast spells. Ada claims to trap the demon inside a bonsai tree, a living object. Carlos is a little gob-hungry after seeing Ada being such a bad person, but he seems to support and definitely approve of her.
Disagreement with the idea that demons are bonsai all their lives, they agree to speak. Little does he know, but he tells them that he and his sidekicks are AWOL from Hell and made a deal with Acrida.
Despite the demon’s cooperation, Ada traps him inside the bonsai anyway.
Lata runs out of clues to ask about Boli Baba. She says she has her last call she can make—John desperately encourages her because he doesn’t want to lose Mary.”I need her,” he tells Lata, apparently Already have a crush on her.
Meanwhile, Mary and the children are fleeing Bolibaba.
On the phone, Lata talks to her mother—it doesn’t look dead!—and discovers the monsters are vulnerable outside the sack, but must get everyone out first. is to let go of what they have lost.
John came up with a plan to use CB radio. I’m hoping there might be something Mary can pick up from the years of bagged junk. It’s a roundabout way, but a success. He manages to call Mary and she tells her that Mary must destroy the lost items to her children.
Carrie ripped Bernice’s head off for a second. When Ford snaps him too, they disappear and reappear outside, but when Mary tries to burn her father’s hat, it doesn’t catch fire. She panics, but John tells her about it—she has to let go of what her hat stands for.
“I have no choice but to hunt,” confesses Mary. “I don’t like you. If you give up, you won’t know who you are.”
With John’s help, Mary admits she can. She can make plans for her life outside of hunting. She sets her hat on fire. Reappearing at the house with John and Lata’s children, Mary runs to hug her children.
But Boli Baba soon shows up. Lata, the team’s self-proclaimed pacifist, braves his nightmares of his childhood and attacks with a vicious thrust, whose throat Jon slits. Carrying her last words, Carrie stamped on her sack and proclaimed, “Stupid monster!”
Carrie and Ford’s mother is home and very grateful that her children are safe. Betty appears outside the house and John confirms that Carrie has wandered off in search of the missing toy bunny. They go home knowing that if they needed to talk, they weren’t feeling the pain right now. Then Betty pulls something out and gives it back to John—a diamond ring! He takes it gracefully, saying they were too young and moved too fast. they agree to be friends.
Mary takes a walk after Betty is gone, telling John the kids are sticking to the cover story, but she recognizes the look in Ford’s eyes. I think I want to do.
Mary agrees to take a break before returning to search for her father—”a step,” she says. omega man, by herself. A handsome stranger approaches and pays for the ticket. After she briefly exchanges about enjoying watching movies alone, she agrees that they can watch this together.
John and Lata talk about the day and how Lata faced a childhood monster. Carlos and Ada, returning from stakeout and bonsai banishment, describe Acrida to John and Lata — one of whom is posing as a human woman.
At dawn, the ominous narration of bringing “Hellraiser” to Lawrence is heard again from Rockin’ Roxy’s radio station. John is outside in the dark, burning the remains of Boli Baba in a fire pit. he is deep in thought. Unbeknownst to him, a leggy monster takes some of the sack’s material from the fire and steals it.
Elsewhere, Carlos is looking thoughtfully at Ada through a window.
Kreacher took the stolen scraps from the fire to the red-haired DJ, whose station was playing. Most likely, this is Roxy. She takes out a witch-like glass bottle and siphons a glowing red power from it. Grinning, she changes her cap.
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