Witches of East End Season 2 Recap: Sex, Lies and Birthday Cake
The latest episode of “Witches of East End,” Episode 8 “Sex, Lies and Birthday Cake,” was sizzling. We think that the Beauchamp women were very satisfied with what happened. Read on for the full recap.
The twins, Freddie and Freya were turning the big 3-0, and Joanna was so happy because this was the first time that Freya has reached her 30. She decided to throw a party at the Bent Elbow to celebrate. Meanwhile, Freddie was getting annoyed because Tarkoff was making him carve symbols in people’s chests.
Ingrid went to Dash’s place for brunch, but when she got there, she found her sister’s ex-fiancé. As for Wendy, Tommy saw her transformed from a cat to a woman and got so freaked out. She told Joanna about this, and Joanna warned her that she needs to cast a memory spell on him and then never talk to him ever again. However, Joanna didn’t want to do it because she’s afraid that Tommy might lose his mind just like what happened to Maura.
When Freya got to the bar, she was in for a surprise: Killian was the one organizing her party. This was a very sad moment for Freya because was trying to bury the fact that Killian is her soul mate. Tarkoff figured out the Asgard slicing spell will only work if Freddie chose a person who trusts him. However, Freddie was against this idea, so he tried talking Tarkoff out of this. However, when Tarkoff was about to make Freddie obey him using his words, he got distracted. Freddie took this a chance and stabbed Tarkoff through the heart.
Freddie went to the bar and was in a foul mood. He asked Killian for a drink. Killian noticed that he was in a bad mood. He then went up to him to try to cheer him up. However, Freddie wasn’t really buying the whole thing. Instead, he snapped at him, telling him to stay away from his sister.
Killian then dragged Freya into the storeroom and confessed his feelings. He said that with her around, everything becomes clear, and he doesn’t even remember getting married. However, Freya knows the truth regarding their fate, so she told him, even though it’s painful for her, that they can never be together.
Caroline was celebrating with Freddie who wasn’t really up for the party. She leaned over, and we saw Tarkoff smiling. With that, Tarkoff found someone who trusts Freddie — Caroline.
Dash was finally able to catch up with Ingrid, and he tried apologizing to her, telling her that that girl meant nothing to him. However, Ingrid continuously ignored him until Dash told her that he only feels right when he is with Ingrid and that won her over. Come on!
Freya admitted to Killian that she is cursed. She dies pretty young and in every life that she’s lived, she has always met him. However, things always end up tragically. And then they kissed!
Wendy took Tommy to the Bent Elbow storeroom. While there, she made an image of Bali so both of they can enjoy the sunset, and they made out. It’s not over yet for the Beauchamp women because Freya and Killian were doing it already, and Ingrid and Dash too.
Killian still thinks that he and Freya can make things work between them, so he told her to meet him at the bar at midnight after he breaks things off with Eva. Just after their whole intimate scene, Ingrid went to Dash’s laptop to email Freya and inform her that she left the party early. But then she found out some photos in Dash’s laptop. He explained everything to her, but Ingrid was so shocked because she didn’t know that she helped Dash cover up a murder. Ingrid told Dash to stay away from her.
To wrap up this steamy episode, we saw Eva’s grandmother having a hard time breathing, and Eva tried to console her. Her grandmother was dying, but she will stay until she’s sure that Eva’s carrying Killian’s child in her womb.
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