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Being Human, The SyFy Verison
Being Human is a supernatural drama television series broadcast on Syfy in the United States and on Space in Canada. It is being produced by Muse in Montreal and is based on the BBC show of the same name.

Synopsis

Main article: List of Being Human (North American TV series) episodes
The series revolves around three roommates living in Boston who appear to be in their twenties. The trio try to live a normal life despite being a ghost, a vampire, and a werewolf.
Cast and characters

Main cast
List of Being Human (North American TV series) characters
Sam Witwer as Aidan Waite, who became a vampire during the Revolutionary War; in the present day, he works as a nurse at Suffolk County Hospital in Boston.
Meaghan Rath as Sally Malik, a ghost who haunts the house Aidan and Josh rent. She was engaged to their landlord, and had planned to live in the house with him before her untimely death.
Sam Huntington as Josh Levison, a Jewish werewolf who works as an orderly at the same hospital.
Mark Pellegrino as James Bishop (Season 1). Born in England, James became a vampire during the 16th century and turned Aidan into a vampire. In the present day, he is a member of the Boston Police Department. At the end of season 1, he is killed by Aidan.
Kristen Hager as Nora Sergeant (Season 2, recurring previously), Josh's girlfriend and a nurse at the hospital where Aidan and Josh work. After having intercourse with Josh she is pregnant with Josh's child (though she later miscarries). At the end of season 1, Nora is scratched by Josh while he is transforming, and the beginning of season 2 sees her as another werewolf.
Dichen Lachman as Suren (Season 2). The daughter of the powerful vampiress known only as "Mother", she is chosen by Mother to take over as head of Boston following Bishop's death. She was put into exile 80 years before for starting a bloody massacre that forced Boston's vampire family into becoming an underground society.

Recurring cast
Sarah Allen as Rebecca Flynt, Aidan's one-night-stand, whom he fatally drained of blood in a moment of weakness. Instead of disposing of the body as Aidan had wanted, Bishop had Rebecca revived as a vampire. She initially hates Aidan for leaving her for dead but embraces the dark side of her new existence. Eventually after many struggles trying to live as a vampire, she asks Aiden to end her life in Season 1.
Alison Louder as Emily Levison, Josh's sister. She came out of the closet as a lesbian just before Josh was turned into a werewolf and forced to disappear. She found Josh while visiting her girlfriend who was in the hospital because she broke her arm while "shrooming".
Gianpaolo Venuta as Danny, Aiden's and Josh's landlord and Sally's ex-fiancé, who may be less friendly and helpful than he appears. After discovering that he was the one who killed Sally, Aiden frightens him with his vampire powers and he turns himself in out of fear. He is imprisoned for the arson and murder, but is killed by his cellmate. He returns as a ghost to attack Sally, but the Reaper shreds him before he can do the same to Sally.
Terry Kinney as Heggemann, an 1,100 year old vampire and elder of the powerful Dutch clan. He was killed by a newly transformed Nora before he could kill Josh on Mother's orders.
Kyle Schmid as Henry Durham, a vampire created by Aidan during World War I and reappears in present day, 80 years after Suren's incident helping the orphan vampires. Aidan refers to Henry as his "son".
Susanna Fournier as Zoe Gonzalez, a nurse at the hospital in the newborn ward who has the ability to see ghosts even though she is alive and not a werewolf. She has the ability to merge ghosts' souls with the newborns as a form of reincarnation as well as merge her subconsious with a ghosts. She falls in love with Nick, Sally's crush in life and former boyfriend in death.
Natalie Brown as Julia, Josh's ex-fiancée and Aidan's ex-girlfriend. She works at the same hospital as Josh, Aidan, and Nora, and still has feelings for Josh. Discovers that Josh is a werewolf due to a solar eclipse forcing him to partially turn in public, and is then hit by a car and dies of her injuries.
Dusan Dukic as Reaper/Scott, the thing that has been haunting Sally. He has the job of shredding ghosts who have over stayed on Earth. Sally and the others later learn Reaper is a dark version of Sally herself and tormenting her. It takes the name Scott and appears in her subconscious to take over her spirit. She overcomes his powers and frees herself from him, but he still exists as a part of her.
Deena Aziz as "Mother", the head of all the vampires. She is the most powerful vampire in the series and is Suren's biological mother. Mother also made Suren a vampire. She puts Suren in charge of Boston, and orders Aidan to support Suren to succeed and she will free him from the confines of vampire society in return.
Pat Kiely as Nick Fenn, a ghost and old collegemate of Sally's. He and Zoe start dating, much to Sally's disgust.

Production

On June 28 2010, Entertainment Weekly reported that actor Sam Witwer had signed on to play the vampire in the remake, and Meaghan Rath had signed to play the ghost with Sam Huntington close to a deal to play the werewolf. On July 7 2010, it was announced that Lost and Supernatural alumnus Mark Pellegrino would be joining the cast as "Aidan's charismatic but menacing mentor Bishop".
On March 17, 2011, SyFy announced that they would be ordering a second season of its new drama series. It was also reported that since its inception there had been an average of 1.8 million viewers per premiere episode, a first for the network since 2005. SyFy announced that Season 2 will begin airing on January 16, 2012.[citation needed]
On June 29 2011, Variety reported that actress Dichen Lachman had signed on as a regular to play a reclusive vampire in season two.[8]
On February 8, 2012, SyFy announced that they would be ordering a third season of the drama series. SyFy has not yet revealed the season 3 premiere date.
Also, the show's audience is 52% female, a first for SyFy.

Adaptation
Husband-and-wife team Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke were tasked with adapting the British series for North American television. Carver said that he and Fricke hoped "to use elements of the original series while reimagining a series all of our own. I think that starts with many of the new characters and storylines that we created. I think you're going to see a show that gives a very nice nod to the original version." Carver and Fricke said they intended to retain the original program's dark and morally ambiguous qualities.


Being Human Cast at the Wizard World Toronto 2012.
At the beginning of the first 13-episode season, the program roughly follows the narrative arc of the first season of the British original. Since that season was only six episodes long, the North American program developed new stories and arcs. Some similar elements were also developed in a different manner; Carver said, "We explore these moments and what the characters experienced in the British version and say to the writers, 'What if we do this differently? However, elements of the directorial style of the first two episodes followed the original pilot and first regular episode of the UK series, in some cases shot-for-shot.

One explicit tribute to the British series is the name of the vampire, Aidan; the character is named after Irish actor Aidan Turner, who played the vampire Mitchell in the original series. The other main characters in the North American version at first appear to correspond to their British counterparts (werewolves Josh and George, ghosts Sally and Annie, vampire leaders Bishop and Herrick), but actor Sam Witwer was keen to stress the differences between the characters in the two programs: "These are not the same characters.... There are a lot of similarities, but for example, Bishop is not Herrick. Not in the slightest. He's not the same guy.

As of January 2011, the North American series' writers have avoided watching the second series when it aired on BBC America. Similarly, the North American actors had seen little of the British series; Witwer told an interviewer that he had watched only the first episode, and avoided watching any more in order to avoid subconsciously mimicking Aidan Turner's performance. At San Diego Comic Con 2011's Being Human panel, the actors confirmed that since finishing filming the first season they have now caught up with watching the U.K. series, but that the writers have deliberately maintained their policy of not watching anything beyond the first series of the U.K. Being Human, in order to ensure the North American series develops down different paths as they move into the second season

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Being Human (US) - Season 1 - New Promo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aayb93qfXWQ

Being Human (Syfy): Episode #1x09 - «I Want You Back (from the Dead)» - Sneak Peek
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZATy1iZlKro

Being Human (Syfy): Episode #1x04 - «Wouldn't It Be Nice (if We Were Human)» - Preview
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Being Human (Syfy): Episode #1x06 - «It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Wrong» - Preview
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Being Human (Syfy): Episode #1x08 - «Children Shouldn't Play With Undead Things» - Sneak Peek
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season 1 Recaps
episode 1 part 1
There Goes the Neighborhood
The U.S. premiere of Being Human opens with a nerdy Josh wandering through the woods, apparently out for an evening stroll. Disrobing, he stands alone, naked, waiting for something, or someone, but what?

Back in town, the dark and handsome Aidan is at the end of a lovely date with Rebecca, his beautiful redheaded co-worker, who invites him in for a nightcap and possibly more. The night takes a sinister turn when Josh transforms into a werewolf and Aidan gives in to his vampire urges and bites Rebecca during sex. The morning finds a blood-smeared Josh lying next a slaughtered deer that he must have killed as a werewolf. Aidan’s kill is much more significant: Rebecca never wakes up. He calls Bishop, the local vampire leader, to help him cover up the murder.

Later, at the Boston hospital where Aidan and Josh work, Aidan broaches the subject of the two of them living together for moral support and camaraderie. Josh is doubtful that it will help but he eventually agrees. When they finally find a place they discover that Sally, the gorgeous former fiancée of the landlord, is haunting their new home as a ghost. She’s elated that they can see and hear her— she’s been incredibly lonely since her death. After some initial tension, the three form an uneasy alliance to help each other assimilate into the world of human beings.

Living together doesn’t make their lives any easier, though. Soon, Aidan sees Marcus, Bishop’s number two, lurking in the halls of the hospital, searching for prominent humans to turn into vampires. Aiden fights with him, telling him that the hospital is off limits for recruiting, but Marcus knows that’s Bishop’s decision to make, not Aidan’s.

It isn’t long before Bishop comes to visit Aidan and seduce him back in the life he once loved as a predatory creature of the night. Aidan wants to stay clean and live peacefully amongst humans but it’s hard to undo the habits he’s formed over hundreds of years of being a vampire. It certainly doesn’t help matters that Cara, Rebecca’s replacement, is interested in him.

Meanwhile, when Josh’s sister Emily shows up at the hospital with her girlfriend, Josh is forced to face the life he left behind two years ago when he was first turned into a werewolf. Emily tells him that his family and friends think he’s dead and she’s desperate to know what made him leave them all behind.

Emily’s curiosity leads her to follow Josh as he sneaks into a remote room of the hospital’s basement where he hopes to transform into a werewolf without hurting anyone. But when Emily gets locked inside the room with Josh just as he begins to transform, only his supernatural roommates can keep him from inadvertently killing her.

part 2
Shown in a series of flashbacks, we learn more about the hardships of each of the roommates and how whey came to end up where they are.

Sally had to watch her own repast in silence while everyone looked right through her. Aidan was turned by Bishop during the Civil War and first woke up as a vampire in a pile of dead bodies. Josh was attacked by what he thought was a wolf until the next full moon caught him by surprise and he endured his first, painful transformation.

Picking up from the cliffhanger of the last episode, even though Aidan has given in to Bishop’s temptations and is indulging in fresh blood given willingly at a secret vampire club, the voicemail indicator on his cell phone jars him from his reverie. After hearing Josh’s frantic message, Aidan is able (just barely) to save Emily by using his vampire speed to get to the hospital and let her out before Josh completes his transformation.

Forced into an uncomfortable position, Aidan refuses to explain Josh’s disorder to her, even though she tries to pry it out of him. He leaves it up to Josh to tell her, if he wants. Emily wants Josh to come back home so the family can help him but he refuses, feeling like the horror of his life is too much of a strain for his family.

Back at the house, Sally has become obsessed with seeing her ex-fiancé Danny so Aidan calls Danny over to repair the plumbing (which won’t work as long as Sally is upset). While Danny is there, Aidan and Josh ask him questions that they think Sally would want to know, including how she died—something Sally can’t seem to remember.

At the hospital, Cara, the new nurse, continues to take an interest in Aidan—ironic, since she has unwittingly taken the place of Rebecca, the nurse Aidan killed. When Josh sees a woman who looks like Rebecca, he gives chase and finds out that Rebecca is alive—as a vampire. Naturally, Josh is furious with Aidan but when he confronts him, Aidan is just as surprised. It was Bishop who turned Rebecca, straining his already fragile relationship with Aidan.

Aidan tries to help Rebecca get clean but she seems to love the thrill and power of being a vampire. Disgusted with Rebecca, Bishop and, most of all, himself, Aidan has a drink with Cara but he immediately regrets it and asks Josh to come to the bar and chaperone. Before Josh can get there, Rebecca interrupts Aidan and Cara’s date and, when Aidan doesn’t respond the way she wants, she attacks Cara, leaving her dying in an alley.

The only way Aidan can save her is to turn her into a vampire but he can’t bring himself to do it. Cara dies in Josh’s arms. Once again, it’s up to Bishop to clean up Aidan ’s mess in order to protect the vampire clan’s secrets.
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Something to Watch Over Me
episode 2
Haunted by memories of all the people he’s killed during his many years as a vampire, Aidan decides to reach out for friendly human companionship by hosting a neighborhood watch meeting at the house. When Josh comes home from the grocery store to find their living room full of humans, he’s horrified. Sally is no help either. Aidan invited her fiancé, and she’s too excited about seeing him to be rational.

Josh’s fears seem unfounded, though. The evening goes well and soon Josh even discovers an unexpected friendship with two of the neighborhood watch members. Officer Garity, the group’s police liaison does take a keen interest in Aidan, though. Aidan blows it off but when Bishop shows up at the hospital to tell him that Garity looked Aidan up on the police computer, Aidan knows he needs to take care of it, or Bishop will.

Aidan tracks Garity down to a local bar where he tries to talk to him but it doesn’t go well. It turns out that many years prior, before he’d stopped being a predator, Aidan killed Officer’s Garity’s father—something Garity is not likely to forget. Garity even remembers the tattoo that he saw on Aidan’s chest all those years ago. When Garity tries to see if Aidan has the same tattoo, the two of them struggle. Garity accidentally kills Aidan and gets the scare of his life when he sees Aidan comes back to life.

Bishop wants to recruit Officer Garity to the vampire clan but Aidan thinks it would be more humane to “compel” him to forget everything—not that he’s ever been good at compelling. When Garity doesn’t accept Bishop’s offer to become a vampire willingly, Aidan tries his hand at compelling him to forget. It seems to work at first but Garity’s mind can’t take the mental strain and Aidan nearly kills him in the process.

Meanwhile, since Josh and Aidan are eager to help Sally explore the world beyond their home, Aidan brings home a ghost from the hospital to show her the ropes. He’s fun and helpful but he turns out to be a bit too flirty for Sally’s tastes. Nevertheless, he’s able to teach Sally a bit about love and loss and the magic door that will appear for her when it’s time for her to move on from earth. Most important, he teaches Sally how to teleport, a power which she promptly uses to go visit, Danny, her ex-fiancé.

Josh’s neighborhood watch friendship takes a turn for the worst when their efforts to catch a neighborhood vandal unearth Josh’s darker side and he savagely attacks the man. Since he’s unable to accept the wolf-like self that lurking just beneath the surface, Josh starts avoiding his new friends because, to see them is to be reminded of the monster he has within.
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Wouldn't it Be Nice (If We Were Human)
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After his close call with Emily, Josh is nervous about transforming inside the hospital so he goes back to the place he knows best: the woods. The plan, however, seems like a bad one when he can’t find a place secluded enough to transform. Even more upsetting, when he awakens in the morning, he finds one of the people he ran into in the woods watching him.

After the man tells Josh that he sucks at being a werewolf, Josh learns that the man’s name is Ray and he’s also a werewolf. It turns out that Ray has been tracking Josh and wants to become friends and helpmates but Josh hates his werewolf self too much to accept another werewolf into his life. When Aidan reminds Josh that he may need a supernatural support system, Josh gives Ray a try and the two quickly bond.

Unexpectedly, Rebecca returns to Aidan to ask for his help living a clean, non-predatory life. Although he was eager to help her before, Aidan seems to have had a change of heart. Rebecca plays on his guilt for putting her in this situation in the first place and he finally agrees. Soon, they start dating and instead of keeping Rebecca clean, her raw, uncontrolled urges seduce him back towards the life of a typical vampire.

Now that Sally knows her best friend Bridget might be in Danny’s life, she can’t help but haunt both of their houses, watching helplessly as their relationship begins to blossom. She hates the idea at first, and derails it by knocking over a wine glass at just the right moment, but after she talks to Aidan she sets about trying to bring them together so that both she and Danny can move on.

After Ray shows Josh the ropes of being a werewolf, Josh takes to him so much that he invites him to crash at the house—an arrangement that Aidan isn’t so sure about, especially since Ray seems to have some serious hate for any and all vampires. Sally, however, likes Ray, especially since he helps her move objects by channeling her anger.

When the moon is almost full, Ray takes Josh to the secret vampire club that Aidan sometimes frequents and, after Ray starts an unnecessary fight, Josh ends up using his wolf-strength to beat up Marcus, Bishop’s right-hand man. Ray is proud of him but Josh is worried about the strange path that Ray is leading him down.

Meanwhile, Sally finds that she is sometimes able to communicate with the living, a gift she uses to tell Bridget that she’s okay with her and Danny dating. As Danny and Bridget come together, Aidan loses Rebecca. As he explains how they can live clean, she vanishes into the night without a goodbye or an explanation.
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The End of the World As We Knew It
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As Sally talks about the death rituals of different cultures, we see Aidan taking care of a dying patient at the hospital. Later, a priest blesses the body before it’s wheeled away, and then, hidden away in the depths of the hospital, we see that same man come to life and the mysterious priest standing in the room with him.

AIDAN: It turns out that Father Gates, the priest shown at the start of the episode, has turned Aidan’s patient into a vampire. Aidan later discovers that Gates was instructed by Bishop to turn the patient because he was wealthy. Of course, Aidan still doesn’t want Bishop recruiting at the hospital so he confronts him. They fight, but because Aidan doesn’t drink live blood, he is no match for Bishop. Before he can leave the funeral home, Bishop tells Aidan that his roommate Josh beat up Marcus. Later, Aidan confronts Father Gates and when Gates refuses to back down, Aidan smashes the priest’s fangs—he knows that vampire fangs don’t grow back. At least he’s found a way to keep Bishop out of the hospital—for now.

JOSH: The vampire bashing that Ray and Josh dealt out previously may have driven a wedge between them. Josh seems distant but he still plans to transform with Ray during the full moon. At the hospital, Josh runs into Nora, a woman he tried to seduce by using Ray’s advice. It was an epic fail and now she loathes him but she’s shocked to find out that he visits sick patients on his days off. Maybe he’s not as much of a jerk as he seemed at first. Ray and Josh meet at the remote cabin as planned but things start to go south when Ray confesses that he was the werewolf that attacked Josh two years ago, turning Josh into a werewolf too. The two fight, first as men and then as werewolves but the score is far from settled. Josh wants Ray out of his house.

SALLY: At the house, the plumbing is not working, which usually means Sally is upset about something. Since she’s already said her goodbyes to Danny and Bridget, she can’t think of anything else that might be bothering her. They call Danny and he shows up with a plumber who finds the source of the problem: Sally’s wedding ring was lodged in the pipes. As soon as Sally sees the ring, the memory of how she died comes back to her. Danny accidentally killed her in a fit of jealous rage. As the memories come back, the pipes of the house unclog themselves. Aidan plans to kill Danny but Sally wants to deal with it herself. She decides to trash Danny’s apartment and place her wedding ring right in the middle of the debris as a symbol from beyond.
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It Takes Two To Make A Thing Go Wrong
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As Aidan talks about how it feels to be a monster in a world of humans, we see Marcus stalking Josh, Rebecca setting up a camcorder to record a romantic encounter, Danny tossing Sally’s wedding ring into the Charles River, and that same wedding ring landing inside the house where Sally died.

JOSH: Now that’s she’s not treating him like the anti-Christ, Josh’s crush on nurse Nora has grown. He even works up the nerve to ask her out, kind of. And she agrees, kind of. All he has to do is figure out if she intended to say “yes.” While he discusses it with Aidan, Emily shows up. She and her girlfriend broke up and she needs to crash at Josh’s place. While she’s there, she admits that she told their parents that Josh was alive and okay. After Josh is able to pin Nora down to a date at his place, Josh kicks everyone out and Aidan takes Sally and Emily to a nightclub. While Rebecca distracts Aidan, Marcus takes the opportunity to beat up Emily.

AIDAN: It turns out that Rebecca’s recording was intended for Aidan. In it, we see Rebecca starting to make passionate love to a stranger and then kill him during the sex act. For Sally and Josh’s benefit, Aidan pretends not to like it of but, secretly, Rebecca touched a nerve. He can’t stop watching it, which was exactly the point. Bishop and Marcus are hoping that Rebecca can bring Aidan back into the vampire fold. They make a second attempt by bringing Rebecca to the same nightclub where Aidan is babysitting Emily, Josh’s sister. Rebecca comes clean and admits it’s all a ploy, but can Aidan trust her?

SALLY: Sally can’t understand why her ring keeps returning to her but being in possession of it makes her anger at Danny fester. She wants to do something with it but she isn’t sure what. In the interim, she fantasies about letting Aidan kill Danny and her anger spills over into the house, making it shake and rumble. Even Emily can feel the chill of Sally’s anger. Sally decides to spook Danny by putting the ring in his apartment again but Danny takes it out on Bridget. At the nightclub with Aidan and Emily, Sally meets Lindsay, a ghost who follows her ex-boyfriend around to torment him. Through her, Sally gets to see what it would be like if she keeps obsessing over Danny. When Bridget brings Sally’s ring back to the house, Sally sees the bruises on her arm and fears that Danny might kill her too.

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I See Your True Colors...And That's Why I Hate You
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As Sally talks about how monsters are afraid of humans, we see Josh sitting at the hospital waiting as his sister is bandaged. When the doctors finish, Emily talks to Bishop about the attack and Adian rushes into the waiting room.

JOSH: Naturally, now that Adian has finally shown up, Josh is furious that he didn’t protect Emily. Adian feels awful but his guilt soon turns to worry when he realizes it was Marcus who was responsible for the beating. Clearly, Marcus is trying to get back at Josh. Adian confronts Bishop but Bishop blows him off so Adian tells Josh to take Emily and leave town. There’s only one place Emily wants to go, though: Home. After surviving an awkward homecoming Josh discovers that his abrupt departure caused his parents to break up. Worse, Emily has given their father Josh’s journal where Josh wrote in depth about becoming a werewolf. Josh denies it at first but later admits that he is indeed a werewolf. Initially, he vows to stay with his family but when Marcus comes calling he knows his life is too dangerous to get them involved.

ADIAN: Adian’s guilt about Emily’s attack prompts him to follow Josh to his family home. Of course, Josh’s parents invite Adian to stay for dinner and Adian accepts but something in the meal activates his vampire nature. Before Josh’s parents can notice, he slips away to their bathroom to recover. He’s still trying to recuperate when Marcus shows up at the home looking to wreak more havoc on Josh’s family. Thankfully, Adian is able to heal himself just in time to save Josh’s family from Marcus. Back in Boston, Adian visits the vampire headquarters at the funeral home to warn Bishop and Marcus to stay away from his friends. Marcus challenges Adian in front of all the assembled vampires but when Bishop puts Marcus in his place, Marcus’s anger makes him secretly seek the counsel of the vampire elders.

SALLY: Sally feels guilty for pushing Bridget to date Danny—maybe she did it on purpose to punish Bridget for moving in on her former love. So, now that she’s worried for Bridget’s safety, she feels like she has to do something. Ultimately, she tries to frighten Danny by trashing his apartment again—this time with Danny in it. When Danny refuses to be cowered, and actually goes so far as to taunt her, Sally knows she has to find another way to break them up. Eventually, she decides to tell Bridget that Danny killed her. Bridget soon confronts Danny but what Sally couldn’t predict was Danny using that information to make Bridget feel sorry for him. In the end, Bridget chooses to stay with Danny and Sally knows there’s nothing she can do to keep Bridget from getting hurt.
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Children Shouldn't Play With Undead Things
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At the local bar Sally, Josh and Aidan see nurse Nora on a date with a doctor from the hospital. When Sally sneaks over to eavesdrop on them she gets disgusted by the doctor putting his hand on Nora’s knee and causes a beer bottle to blow up in their faces. Josh starts to intercede but instead chooses to walk away.

Later on, Sally stops by the hospital to check in on her roomies and Aidan takes the opportunity to walk her over to the part of the hospital that is still haunted by ghosts so that she can meet some of her own kind. The experience proves to be traumatic for Sally and she’s furious with Aidan for leaving her there alone.

On his way home from work, Aidan protects Bernie, a neighborhood kid, from being beat up by bullies. Through his relationship with Bernie, Aidan gains a friend and a glimpse of what it would be like to have a son again. The boy’s mother is suspicious at first but relaxes when she sees how well her son gets along with Aidan.

When Nora approaches Josh at work, he brings up her date and Nora reiterates her interest in Josh. They go out on a second date but, since it’s so close to the full moon, Josh runs away so he won’t hurt her. Angry, Nora confronts him at the hospital moments before his transformation and the wolf in him takes over. They have sex right then and there before John rushes home to transform in private. Sally watches for as long as she can stand it and then joins Aidan outside on the front stoop to wait it out. When Nora shows up at the house to talk to Josh about his abrupt departure, they decide to try being a couple.

Meanwhile, Aidan tells Sally that he took her to the haunted hospital wing to show her how she’ll end up if she leaves her earthly issues unresolved. Taking this into consideration, she returns to the hospital on her own and asks the help of the spirits there by leaving a note on the wall. Like many of the other ghosts, Sally wants to know why she’s stuck on earth.

Rebecca picks up on Aidan’s fatherly vibe when she shows up unexpectedly in the park where Aidan and Bernie are playing. Aidan is happy to see her but blows her off to spend time with Bernie. Things go south, however, when Bernie steals the DVD of Rebecca killing someone from Aidan’s room. Bernie’s mother promptly forbids Aidan from coming near either of them ever again.
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Aidan returns home to see Bernie getting bullied again but he dare not help since Bernie’s mother was so adamant about him staying away from them. As he and Sally watch from their window, they are horrified to see Bernie back away from the bullies only to get hit by a passing car. Using CPR, Aidan saves Bernie’s life, just barely, but with Bernie’s organs failing at the hospital he can’t help but feel guilty for not helping.

Sally visits the haunted hospital wing to see if anyone has responded to the message she left on the wall but instead finds a familiar name, a guy she went to school with named Nic Fenn. She seeks him out and the two reconnect, if a bit awkwardly. At first, neither tells the other how they died, but they agree to hang out again. Sally confides in Josh about her previous crush on Nic Fenn and how her life might have been different with him instead of her murderous fiancé.

Josh and Nora are enjoying a quiet evening at home when Josh dreams that he’s changing into a werewolf right in front of her. This prompts him to try and “dial things down” with Nora who is more than a little confused by his antics. When Nora shows Josh how she’s been physically hurt by men before, Josh changes his tune so he doesn’t loose her completely.

Aidan tries drowning his sorrows at the local vampire club, but he gets carried away and almost kills two human women. Somehow, Rebecca arrives just in time to stop him and Aidan tearfully bares his soul to her. She suggests turning Bernie into one of them, but, of course, Aidan refuses and Bernie passes away. Later, Aidan is shocked when Bernie shows up at the park—Rebecca decided to turn Bernie into a vampire herself. It isn’t long before Bernie appears to kill the two bullies who caused his death and Aidan must make the hard choice to kill Bernie before he does more harm.

Sally ends up on a “date” with Nic who teaches her all about how to have fun as a ghost. When he leaves abruptly, Sally follows only to see him disappear in a swirl of water. It seems that Nic must relive his drowning death every day in some sort of death echo. That doesn’t stop him from kissing Sally though. Sally wants to fix Nic’s death echo and Nic doesn’t want to change it, so they decide that they won’t be able to work as a couple.
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At Sapp & Sons Funeral Home, Rebecca is furious with Aidan for killing Bernie. She saw Bernie as her child and the beginning of a family with Aidan. As she mourns Bernie, she also looses faith in Aidan’s ability to help her live a “clean” life, free of killing.

Aidan doesn’t have much time to comfort her before Bishop informs him that the 1000-year-old Dutch vampires are at the funeral home and expecting to see him. The pure-blood Dutch vampires live out amongst the Amish people of upstate NY and every fifty years they come to Boston to assess things. Last time, they killed Aidan’s maker so naturally the Boston vampires are on edge.

Through flashback, we learn that Bishop wasn’t always such a taskmaster. He was once in love with a human who knew exactly what he was and he held on to his love for her despite Aidan’s pressure to turn her, or let her go. When the Dutch killed Bishop’s maker they offered him control of Boston, but only if he left the woman behind. Unable to bear the thought of living without her, Bishop killed her himself. At the same time, Aidan left the vampire fold to live amongst the humans.

Josh has a midday date planned with Nora on the day of a full moon but on his way to toss out the garbage, he gets kidnapped. It turns out that the Boston vampires plan to use Josh for entertainment by pitting him against a older werewolf in a fight to the death—a fight the older werewolf has been winning for fifteen years.

Sally tries to help but all she can really do is encourage Josh to win the fight and beg Aidan to stop it. In turn, all Aidan can think to do is volunteer to return to the vampire fold if Josh is allowed to go free. Bishop agrees but Marcus, still angry at Josh for the fight they got into long ago, makes sure that Josh still has to fight the older werewolf for his life.

Josh wins the fight but has to live with the guilt, while Aidan still plans to go back to the vampires in order to keep Josh free. When he returns to them, he asks Bishop what the Dutch are doing there and Bishop assumes that they have come to kill him. If that’s true, their actions will leave Aidan at Sap & Sons alone with his archenemy, Marcus.
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Aidan, Marcus, and Bishop continue to show the Dutch vampires around town, including the secret vampire club where human women willingly let vampires drink their blood. The Dutch are disgusted by this city trend and they choose to attack the women viciously. While they wait, Bishop lets on that he knows someone has betrayed him. Later, Rebecca lets Aidan know that she’s disappointed in him for coming back to the vampire clan.

At the hospital, Nora is once again pissed at Josh for disappearing on her—this time for two days. Of course, Josh can’t tell her that vampires had kidnapped him but, no matter, Nora has news of her own: she’s pregnant. Josh is so shocked by the news that he doesn’t take it well but Aidan thinks it’s a good thing.

Meanwhile, Sally has her own problems. Danny and Bridget have shown up at the house with an exorcist to remove her spirit. Without Aidan and Josh to help her, Sally fights the exorcist but, in the end, she just can’t hold out—the exorcist is too strong.

Marcus, unnerved by the fact that Bishop is suspicious, tries to work a deal with the Dutch to take over Boston but they are unmoved by his arguments so he tries to form an alliance with Rebecca. The Dutch ask Bishop to take a fifty-year leave of absence from Boston and to render his decision at dinner. Bishop, however, has one last ace up his sleeve.

Once Josh is able to get Nora to sit still for a moment, he confesses that he didn’t think he could get anyone pregnant. That softens her up, but he doesn’t tell her what’s really on his mind—the fact that the child could be a werewolf too.

Half dead, Sally dives into the exorcist’s body allowing the exorcist to see her memories. Immediately, the exorcist knows that Danny killed Sally and she stops the exorcism. When the exorcist leaves, Bridget leaves too, leaving Danny in the house alone with a very angry spirit.

After Bishop turns the tables on the Dutch, all hell breaks loose and, in the heat of the moment, Aidan turns on the Dutch to help save Bishop. Marcus stops Aidan and is about to kill him, but Rebecca gets the drop on him and drives a stake though Marcus’s heart. The Dutch flees but not before warning Aidan to prepare for what’s next. Rebecca, certain that the vampires will seek revenge on her for killing Marcus, begs Aidan to set her free by killing her and he reluctantly obliges.
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Before they leave the house, Aidan makes sure that both he and Josh are carrying wooden stakes in case Bishop or one of his minions tries to kill them but Josh thinks Aidan is overreacting. When they get to the hospital, Aidan runs into Celine, the Canadian love of his life and finds out she’s come to his hospital to die peacefully.

Sally, still weak and deformed from the near-successful exorcism, isn’t speaking. At a loss for how to regain her strength, Sally teleports to Danny’s house where she finds him shaving. She hurts him and, just like that, she returns to normal leading her to believe that she has to kill Danny to stop being imprisoned on earth.

Meanwhile, Nora has noticed some abnormalities about her pregnancy, which makes Josh fear the worst but he stands by her and tries to hide what’s really on his mind. When Nora’s ultrasound comes back normal, Josh is relieved—maybe his child won’t be a werewolf after all. There is a question mark Josh will have to explore later, though—the doctor says Nora is fourteen weeks pregnant, not seven.

Somehow Danny knows it was Sally that hurt him shaving and he wants revenge. He shows up at the house with a gas can, ready to burn the whole place down. Sally can’t stop him but she has enough power to trap Danny in the burning house with her. Luckily, Aidan and Josh get home in time to put out the blaze. Aidan and Sally want to kill him but, instead, they threaten to make his life miserable unless he confesses to the police. With a confession for arson and accidental murder, it’s likely that Danny will go to jail for a long time. Then, almost as soon as he’s arrested, Sally’s door to the beyond appears.

Later on, when a disguised nurse tries to kill Aidan in the stairway, Josh finally realizes how serious the vampire war is. Aidan survives, thanks to Josh and spends as much time with Celine as he can. He offers to turn her, something she used to beg him for, but he refused—she doesn’t want to watch her children grow old and die while she lives on forever. She also doesn’t want to tell Aidan that she disappeared from his life because Bishop kidnapped her and threatened her family.

At the house, just as Sally is about to step through her door, Bishop leaps through the window and drives a stake into Aidan’s chest before fleeing. Meanwhile, Josh and Sally watch helplessly as Aidan lays dying on the living room floor.
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In the season finale, we finally learn how Josh and Aiden first met through a series of flashbacks. Josh was working in a diner when Marcus attacked him. Aiden saved Josh, and then got him a job at the hospital where he was already working. After a year of getting to know each other, they decided to become roommates.

In present tense, Josh has moved the critically injured Aiden to the basement of the hospital and recruited Nora to bring them blood from the blood bank. Nora, of course, wants to operate but Josh and Aiden won't allow it. Sally wants to stick around to see him through but Aiden insists that she go through her door while she can, and leave Josh to watch over him.

When Celine unexpectedly relieves Josh so he can get some rest, she begs Aiden to drink her blood because she knows that it will make him heal faster—but this time it's Aiden who refuses. He knows he'd have to drain her to regain his strength.

Before Josh can leave the hospital, he runs into Nora. He thanks her for her help and her silence but, since he still won't tell her what's going on, she breaks it off. She's finally run out of patience with his secrets and apologies. Josh understands but he writes her a long letter to alleviate some of her hurt.

Back at the house, Sally is shocked to find that her door has vanished and, worse, she's become more solid. Might she have missed her only opportunity to escape this world? She has no choice but to wait and see. For now, at least, she's stuck.

Bishop is able to heal himself by draining a co-worker and, afterward, he promptly issues a challenge to Aiden. He wants the two of them to meet alone and fight to the death. Sally and Josh refuse to stand idly by. They hatch a plan to trap Bishop in the hospital basement, so that Josh, as a werewolf, can kill him. It's a good plan but it violates Aiden's code of honor so Sally locks Josh up alone instead.

In order to fight Bishop, Aiden needs his full strength so he finally takes Celine up on her offer to drink her blood. They both know she'll die but she says she'd rather give her life to Aiden than to her lung cancer. Fully healed, Aiden faces Bishop and with Sally's help, kills him. Finally, Aiden is free, at least until the escaped Dutch vampire shows up calling for Aiden to be the new ruler of Boston and to meet a mysterious vampire that neither of them will name.

In an odd twist of fate, Nora sees Josh on his way to the hospital basement and follows him. She's just in time to see Josh transform and learn his true secret. In the morning, they talk about it and Nora is surprisingly willing to deal with his "problem." What Josh doesn't know is that he scratched Nora while trying to push her out of the room. But was that scratch enough to turn her into a werewolf too?
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season 2 recaps
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Aidan has given a mandate to the vampires who used to follow Bishop: live off of bagged blood and keep the peace with humans. Unfortunately, many of the Boston vampires are having trouble with the new rules and, even worse, Mother (the queen of the vampires) is coming to check on things.

Later, Nora convinces Sally to attend her high school graduation and Sally runs into Stevie Adkins, an old high school buddy who committed suicide before they graduated. The two of them are memorialized at the reunion along with Diane Alcott, a vapid cheerleader who was the bane of their high school existence. The reunion takes a turn when Sally confronts Diane, leading to a startling revelation and, consequently, Diane's door to the afterlife.

Josh and Nora seem to be bickering more and more around the house but, unbeknownst to Josh, the real reason is that Nora is tense about her secret: The scratch marks she sustained while trying to help Josh during one of his previous werewolf transformations. Terrified that she might have caught the werewolf curse but unwilling to alarm Josh unnecessarily, Nora volunteers to drive Josh out into the woods so he can transform.

Back in town, Mother decides that all the vampires who were turned by Bishop will be killed and that her unstable daughter will rule over Boston, with Aidan as her number two. It's therefore Aidan's job dig her up, clean her up, and get her fed on live human blood. With Mother calling all the shots, the orphaned vampires rise up and attempt to assassinate her. It's up to Aidan to stop them—although Mother hardly needs protecting.

Sally returns home from the reunion with a new trick she learned from Stevie: the ability to sleep and dream. Unfortunately, Sally's dream quickly turns into a nightmare and she wakes, horrified, to an empty house.

After Nora drops Josh off in the woods, she waits around to see if she's going to turn into a werewolf too and is greatly relieved when she doesn't. Just moments later, however, the painful change begins and, frightened, she reflexively calls out to Josh. Mid-change, Josh runs to help but is cut down mid-stride by gunshots. It turns out that Mother ordered Heggeman to kill Josh, to remove any distractions and keep Aidan focused on helping her daughter.

Heggeman approaches and takes careful aim. With Josh laying wounded, on the ground, and Nora helplessly trying to survive her first change, there's no one left to save Josh from certain death.
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