While Adam and Jake try to pull Faye out of the water, Cassie sees again the little girl at the edge of the deck.
It's revealed that Charles was the one who hit Jane in the head and now he is taking her back to Chance Harbor unconscious. When he gets back home, he and Dawn are trying to find a spell that will interact with Jane's memory so she won't remember what happened at Henry's.
When Dawn sees that Charles has a new crystal, she is trying to manipulate him to give it to her but after what happened with Nick, Charles seems not willing to let her in charge again. Meanwhile, the kids arrive at Henry's house and they don't find him there.
While she is getting ready to leave with her car, she sees the little girl again and this time she is following her to see what she wants.
A little bit later, Cassie finds Faye's car with its door open and her things there, but she can't see Faye. The little girl leads her to Faye who's upset because she recognized the little girl as herself when she was six years old.
It’s no matter if Faye gets jealous or annoyed by it, Cassie doesn’t care, she just does it.” Spoiler alert: Faye does get jealous, and Faye does get annoyed. It finally comes to a big head at the end of the episode – I’ll let you watch it and see, but their relationship certainly takes a turn for the interesting.
It’s a really cool episode, and I’d like to say, people keep saying ‘It’s the best episode!
’ but it’s really an episode that showcases Phoebe [Tonkin], and she just knocks it out of the park.
She’s incredible.” For his part, Chris Zylka tells us that even as the relationship between Cassie and Jake deepens, his connection to Faye remains important.
“The more she tries to find out about this dark sort of magic that she has within her, the stronger that magic will get, so it’ll be fun to see her go through this new evil place,” Britt says.
“It’ll only make the relationship with Jake stronger, and I think that’ll create a new, fun dynamic.” Jake certainly has a devious agenda while he’s in Chance Harbor, but Britt tells us that she thinks that in upcoming episodes, he warms up to Cassie and begins to reconsider his whole anti-witch platform.
That makes her really uneasy because she has always been able to put her finger on exactly what is wrong with Jake and what’s going on in his head. ’ and Faye is going to be that person.” When we spoke with Chris, we were impressed by his involvement with developing the character — and Britt tells us that’s no farce. It’s so funny; he’ll show up to work even on days when he’s not working because he just likes to hang out,” she laughs.