Items include two David Carradine-signed replica swords from “Kill Bill”; a first edition of T.S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets”; a 1965 Battle of the Bulge board game; and a 1920s radium crock.
Lady Hamilton wants to make changes and Garland is in her sights. The hotel manager insists he’s not worried and that he just needs to show how indispensable he is, but Peggy and Feldman aren’t so sure. Charity meets Joe and reveals her plans for revenge, but he refuses to help her. Emma and Betsey hit the town.
After Lucifer and Chloe have an interrupted “moment,” the tension between the two of them makes it difficult to investigate the murder of two victims, who happen to be Lucifer’s ex-flames. Since Lucifer seems to be the only connection, interviews are conducted with his recent paramours and a surprising connection is made that helps lead them to the killer. Meanwhile, Charlotte continues to try and manipulate Chloe and Lucifer’s impending romance and a larger threat is revealed.
Oscar matches wits against a penguin in a TV segment that tests who is better at predicting the winners of hockey games. Meanwhile, Felix and Emily try being “just friends.”
Pride must protect a beloved family friend who is engaged to the number one suspect in the ongoing NCIS and FBI cartel case.
A rivalry resurfaces between Andi and Marcy, forcing Adam and Don to take sides.
Max and Caroline are cast as zombie extras when they arrive on the movie set in Texas where Randy is working. Back at home, Han and Oleg try their hand at construction after they fire the contractor working on the dessert bar.
Lucy is kidnapped by Flynn and taken to the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, and master illusionist Harry Houdini may be the only one who can save her. Wyatt and Rufus desperately search for Lucy, only to fall into a sinister trap.
Jace is targeted by the New York wolf pack while he continues to be pursued by other Shadowhunters. Meanwhile, Simon desperately searches for Camille.