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Having just returned to Silas, Carmilla, Laura, LaF and Perry settle in the swish new digs Carmilla has just stolen for them. Things don't stay quiet for long…
Looking like an extra from Carrie, Perry tells our gang about the horror she encountered at the Voice of Silas. The terrible news prompts Laura to propose a plan of action and make amends for fleeing the campus.
Laura gives Katie Couric a run for her money by taking over the Voice of Silas and turning it into the "Silas News Network". It's not long before she organizes a Peace Summit with the Zetas and the Summers.
With the Zetas and Summers unable to agree on a truce, Kirsch volunteers himself & Danny to become the "impartial" representatives of both factions - while the gang attempts to find out who's behind the murders of the Voice of Silas staff.
Perry shows the unfortunate threat - written in Latin and in blood - inscribed onto her stomach. It ain't pretty. In true Silas fashion, Laura receives a creepy letter from the university announcing the return of the Board of Governors.
Matska "Mattie" Belmonde, the Chair of the Board - and Carmilla's big sister - threatens Laura and demands she alter her broadcasts.
Laura confronts Carmilla about the fact that they'd been living in The Dean's quarters; Mattie returns to "alter the message" of Laura's SNN broadcasts
The gang must deal with the disappearance of the Library - and that they may loose JP as a consequence.
Mattie lays down the law and explains why The Board has been selling off the Campus to external parties. Just when the squad seems out of the options…they look at Carmilla: she's got to spy on her sister.
Carmilla makes like Sydney Bristow and invites Mattie for a blood cocktail & a chat, in an attempt to gleam information from her big sis.
A frantic Kirsch hides in Laura & Carmilla's den: the Summer Society is after him since he's a stag in the Adonis Hunt!
Laura and Danny meet another board member who might side with them against Mattie: Baron Vordenberg.
Perry is none too pleased when it turns out LaF has Frankensteined JP into…Will's dead body. Meanwhile, Vordenberg reveals some information to Laura about Carmilla's past.
After an uninspiring "Silas for Students!" rally, Laura pushes Carmilla to become the Student Representative on the Silas Board. Carm has a choice to make.
Laura and Carmilla grapple with the different - and perhaps unsurmountable - expectations they have of each other.
Laura treats us to a montage of her gross vampire ex-girlfriend. Turns out the love goggles do hide the hair in the shower drain…
When JP informs everyone that the Board intends to sell 15% of the Silas Students' Bodies, the gang comes up with a plan for Vordenberg to battle Mattie in a verbal debate to unseat her from the Board Chair position.
Armed with the information to take down Mattie, Laura & Co - to Carmilla's alarm - aim to place Vordenberg as Board Chair, disregarding the consequences.
Vordie's Anti-Vampire agenda now out in the open, Carmilla is now persona non grata on camus and flees.
Mattie brings a wounded Carmilla back to Laura, but they struggle to find a middle ground.
The gang hides the vampires under the floorboards, and narrowly avoids being caught by Vordie's patrols.
Perry attacks Mattie, Laura breaks down, and Carmilla gives up information that could change everything.
Carmilla, Mattie, JP, Laura and Danny adjust to their new normal under Vordie's rule - until LaF bursts in with some disquieting news.
Theo takes Kirsch to task about where his loyalties lie - with the Zetas or with Danny? The gang learns the hard way that you do not starve a vampire.
Between Vordenberg's plan for Lophii and Mattie's plan for Silas, things are dire on campus.
As Radio Free Vordenberg continues to spew anti-inhuman rhetoric around campus, Mattie takes Laura to task: she's a naïve girl who's in over her head and whose ill advised actions will only make things worse.
Kirsch and Danny have a heart to heart about where they stand - and he reveals what Vordie and the Zetas' plan is. Laura and Carmilla share a moment alone, and have their own realizations.
Laura and Carmilla find Mattie in their room, knocked out and covered in blood. She doesn't remember what happened. So they turn to the camera.
Believing she killed her sisters, Danny betrays Mattie and brings Vordenberg to the homebase. A tense stand-off ensues leading to a horrific conclusion.
Carmilla, full of rage, disappointment and fury at Laura - who killed Mattie by proxy - gives up on her and leaves.
Reeling from Mattie's death, Carmilla's departure, and the Baron's goons closing in on them, the gang barricades their quarters and hope for the best.
Laura sees Carmilla out on the lawn and is afraid she's headed for the Anglerfish crater. As the siege continues, Laura broadcasts to Carm in hopes of bringing her back.
Theo returns with an interesting proposition to doublecross the Baron. Can they trust him?
As the siege gets worse and the Baron gets closer, Laura tries again to break through to Carmilla - who finally contacts her back. It's far from what Laura wants to hear.
In the penultimate episode of the season, true alliances are revealed and one of the gang might not make it out alive.
Laura faces a choice she's never had to make: betray herself and what she stands for, or save Carmilla from Vordenberg.
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