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Frankie is stoked about the idea, particularly because she hopes Brett secretly is a RAD too. The family gives their car to park elsewhere to man waiting for them and enters a secret tunnel below a grass field.

Frankie is impressed and excited and runs ahead into the room at the end of the tunnel. The Steins are welcomed by Ms. Gorgon, who takes Viktor and Viveka with her while Frankie is left to mingle with the other children. She encounters Lala, Blue, Cleo, and Claudine there too, who tell her they suspected her to be a RAD too, but couldn't risk to ask her aboveground.

They also guess that Frankie was the one responsible for the power outage, which all find amusing. Then Ms. Jekyll arrives, a science teacher at Merston High, whom Lala explains is a normie but has a son who is a RAD, though he doesn't know it. Therefore, she is accepted in the monster community.

Jekyll calls for the children to gather around to speak about the extra risk the Mount Hood High sighting has caused for the monsters, and after that announces that Merston High this year will have a monster-themed September Semi.

The children are outraged about the fact that those who hunt them will have a party about them, but Frankie does not agree with that logic, figuring that a party like that would actually raise sympathy for monsters. She speaks up about this, but finds only one ally in an invisible boy named Billy. The rest of the children as well as Ms. Jekyll choose to "hide with pride". Jekyll's questions. Brett is sitting next to her, carving a zombie into his desk.

When the question of what "anabiotic" is comes up, Frankie answers it is "something that is living in a state of suspended animation" and boldly asks if zombies qualify as anabiotic.

Brett looks up in awe at another monster fan, both Ms. Jekyll tries to package her anger as if it is caused by Frankie not taking her class seriously. Suddenly the siren sounds and Ms. Jekyll tells the children to climb onto their desks and pick up their chairs and poke them in the air.

When questioned, Ms. Jekyll explains it's a drill in case another monster is spotted. To Brett, this makes the order more exciting, but Frankie puts down her chair, and upon seeing this mini rebellion, Melody does the same.

Jekyll does not react and soon the drill ends. Over the intercom, the principal explains the reasons for the drill once more before making an announcement on the September Semi: a gift certificate for a dinner cruise on the Willamette Queen is waiting for the couple with the creepiest costume at the party.

Brett announces he'll go as Frankenstein, to which Bekka replies she'll be the bride, making a point of taking Brett's attention off Frankie. Class comes to an end and Ms. Jekyll asks Frankie to stay. They have a minor argument about Frankie's decision to bring up zombies while the RAD community agreed to hide. Frankie challenges the need for her to hide and Ms. Jekyll agrees, but points out that RADs tried to make contact before and it made them lose everything.

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As the mother of a RAD, she does not want Frankie to stubbornly endanger the community. Frankie agrees to play the RAD game, but out of class declares she'll do it by her own rules only. Melody, snuggled against Jackson, is fine if they take their time, but Bekka is eager to be with Brett.

The boys eventually show up with camera equipment. Haylee and Heath flirt, Bekka and Brett start kissing, and Melody is embarrassed by it all because she'd like to do the same with Jackson, but doesn't dare yet. Once Brett pulls away from Bekka, he tells Heath and Jackson to come with him to look for branches to create a tripod with. When they are properly gone, Bekka turns to Haylee and Melody and tells them that Brett lied.

He doesn't need branches, but wishes to jump out of the bushes when the girls don't expect it to scare them for his movie. She asks that they pretend to be scared still. Melody asks why she told them if Brett needs genuine reactions, and Bekka explains she upholds her own code that friends come first. Melody is moved and ready to put on an act. Shortly after, they hear suspicious noise from the trees and Bekka begins her act. The other two soon join in and, as predicted, Brett jumps out, wearing a hockey mask and wielding a plastic machete.

The girls scream and fake panic until Brett reveals himself, on which they switch their act to one of anger and incredulity. Heath reveals himself with the camera and flirts once more with Haylee, while Brett resumes kissing with Bekka.

Melody asks where Jackson is and is told he went back to his house. Melody goes in search for him, worried he might have another blackout, and finds him elsewhere in the ravine. Jackson says that he's okay, but that he left because he didn't want to scare Melody.

Melody is touched and moves the thermo-blanket she brought along over the both of him, finally obtaining her moment to kiss with Jackson. Chapter Kissaster Getting hot under the thermo-blanket, Melody pulls away from Jackson to catch a breath of fresh air before she triggers an asthma attack.

Melody notices that Jackson has taken of his glasses. His behavior is also different and everything comes to a screeching halt when he asks one peculiar question: who she is. Melody hopes that he's joking and refers to him by his name, upon which 'Jackson' says that his name isn't Jackson and asks if perhaps she's roleplaying.

He tries to kiss her again, but Melody pulls away, disgusted. Melody fights back her tears and makes a run for home. On her way, she texts Bekka that guys are the only real monsters, then lets her tears flow. Mathis is the dean of the university the Steins are employed at and they hope to get more research money for their work. Frankie hates the dinner, and also hates that she has to dress up as a normie in her own house, that the research will benefit normies primarily, that her father has to pretend he's doing research into things he long ago discovered and invented, and the attitude of the Mathises.

Mathis points at the door suddenly, or rather the paper slipping inside through the mail slot. Viktor opens the door, startling Lala and Blue on the other side.

Recognizing her friends, Frankie joins the conversation and finds out that they're collecting signatures for a petition against the Monster Mash theme of September Semi from fellow students. Keeping to the secrecy code, they assure Victor that their argument is not that Monster Mash is offensive but that it is too scary. Frankie exclaims that she doesn't agree with the boycott because she wants to impress Brett at the dance.

Viktor cuts off the conversation and takes Frankie aside for a stern talking-to. Since Frankie keeps up her defiance, Viktor tells her her opinion of the boycott doesn't matter because she is not allowed to go to the party. He does not believe he can trust her not to reveal the RADs to the normies. Frankie is furious and goes to her room, where she soothes her emotions with a fantasy of Brett, September Semi, and winning the gift certificate.

As with Ms. Jekyll before, Frankie vows not to obey the rules of others. Bekka asks Melody what costume she's interested in, but Melody answers that she's not interested in going now that Jackson turned out to be untrustworthy. Bekka counters that if Melody won't go, she won't go, as she is loyal to her friends. Melody says she can't do that, to which Bekka replies that Melody is going.

As Bekka chooses a shiny dress to match Haylee's shiny flower girl costume, Deuce enters the store. Melody tries to ignore him because of all the things that have happened, but Bekka happily starts chatting with the boy.

Deuce had come for a Mad Hatter costume and will be going to the party alone, as Cleo's friends won't go and Cleo sticks with them.

Melody can't stop Bekka as she suggests that Deuce and Melody go together as friends, since neither of them have a date. Deuce likes the idea and receives Melody's phone number from Bekka and soon leave the store. Melody is upset by what Bekka has done, despite Bekka's promises that she just wants Melody to have a good time at the party. At Radcliffe Way, Melody parts ways on friendly terms, but as soon as she can she makes a speedrun for her bedroom.

Ignoring the signs they are going to have guests, Melody falls down on her bed and begins crying when she gets a text from Deuce asking what her costume idea is. Melody ignores it, choosing to wallow some more when suddenly she hears Jackson's voice. He is in her room without her permission again, but rather than send him away, Melody tries to ignore him.

He asks her what's wrong and insists another blackout happened, but Melody accuses him of lying to have an excuse to date multiple girls. Melody's bedroom, much as the rest of the Carver residence, is very hot, and soon Jackson removes his glasses and, to Melody's shock, unbuttons his shirt.

Melody quickly grabs her iPhone in case she needs evidence. Curiously, when Jackson looks up, he acts as if he's surprised to see Melody. Melody tells him to quit it, referring to him by his name once more. Again, 'Jackson' denies that that is his name and claims he is D. Hyde, the great-grandson of Dr. Before Melody can reply, D. Candace enters the room, curious about the noise, and D. Candace is impressed and lets D. On her mother's insistence, Melody eventually stops the music, and the fan that Candace brought along cools down the room considerably.

Candace compliments D. Melody puts forth that he had another 'blackout' and shows him her recording of D. Jackson, embarrassed to bits, runs off, despite Melody's order for him to stop. Candace tells Melody to go after Jackson, because even if the boy is apparently unpredictable, he's a good match for at least half the time, which Candace considers better than what most girls get.

Melody follows her sister's advise and runs out of the door, straight past the guests - the Steins. The door to the Jekyll residence happens to be open and Melody invites herself in. Taking note of the cold inside, Melody searches for Jackson until she hears him arguing with his mother upstairs.

Melody overhears the whole thing: how Jackson's father and grandfather turned mad, how Jackson carries a mutation that will spare him such a fate, how Jackson didn't use to turn into D. Melody leaves, aware she's heard too much. Chapter Gotta Bolt Frankie plays the part of the perfect daughter for her parents all week until the day of the September Semi approaches.

Frankie approaches her parents, while they are relaxing in the living room, and points out her good behavior, requesting that she be allowed to go to the dance still. Her parents refuse, a possibility Frankie is ready for. Playing sweet, she says she understands her punishment needs to be completed for her to learn anything and announces that she'll go to sleep.

Her parents believe her, allowing Frankie to initiate Plan B. She texts her party-boycotting friends at Lala's house and casually mentions that her parents were at the Carver residence a week ago and that they heard Melody Carver is going to the dance with Deuce Gorgon. As Frankie hoped for, Cleo responds. Frankie suggests that they'll all go to the party to bust them.

They don't have to prepare, as they have the monster look down naturally. The girls agree and schedule to meet at the top of Radcliffe in five minutes. Frankie is satisfied with Plan B's progress, feeling only limited guilt about manipulating her friends, but after evaluating her own reasoning, concludes she's doing it for them.

She quickly paints her black hair to sport white stripes similar to her grandmother's hair, then leaves her room through the window. Frankie is mortified, but D. The situation is slightly diffused by the other students arriving at class too, with two notable ones taking seats next to Frankie. Another who enters is the handsome boy she'd been ogling in the cafeteria earlier: Brett.

Lastly, Melody enters the classroom, who makes Frankie, fearing a repeat from Mount Hood High, nervous with her friendly demeanor. During class, Frankie has some positive contact with the girls, Lala and Blue , next to her, while she tries to ignore D. Along with Melody's threatening and Brett's desirable presence, Frankie feels her charge rising with no way of escape. Once class is over, she runs for the bathroom to unload, where Lala and Blue follow her to.

The girls invite Frankie to come to the spa with them next weekend and Frankie accepts, happy with the first good contact she's made. Chapter 9: Lip Bomb The first week of school is over and Bekka's support has done wonders for Melody's mood.

As they move to leave the school, they discuss the week's events and particularly Jackson's and Cleo's place in it. That is, until they reach the school doors and find Cleo kissing with a boy other than Jackson.

Bekka explains that his name is Deuce and that he and Cleo are steady when he is not with his family in Greece. Melody realizes that Cleo truly has no interest in Jackson and feels pity for the way he's been played.

Bekka suggests that Melody kisses Deuce to get back at Cleo, which Melody doesn't want, causing a minor argument between them. This catches Cleo's attention, who saunters over to Melody and tells her she can have Jackson back.

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Just at that moment, Cleo notices Jackson coming down the hallway with ceramic flowers in his hand. She ridicules Jackson's affection for her in front of Melody to further hurt her through her remaining affection for Jackson, which causes Melody to snap and act on Bekka's earlier suggestion. She marches past Cleo to Deuce and kisses him, finding him about as compliant as Jackson a week ago with Cleo.

Now, it's Melody who hurts Cleo, though Cleo keeps herself standing better and manages to compliment her enemy on her victory. Melody is mostly curious what Jackson thought of the show, in particular when she doesn't see him or his ceramic bouquet in Cleo's hands.

Needing fresh air, she leaves the building with Bekka and Haylee, only to find the ceramic flowers smashed on the ground outside. To Melody's shock, one of the petals reads: "For Melody". Afraid her parents would forbid her to go if they knew she was going to the spa, Frankie told them their destination would be the library. Her parents are still wary to let her go until they see whom Frankie is going with, which Frankie interprets as her parents simply being familiar with the people from Radcliffe Way.

Taking a seat in the SUV, Frankie is introduced to Claudine and Cleo and spends the trip observing the girls interact with each other more than she interacts with them. One topic that catches her attention is that Lala is hurt that Cleo has been kissing with her crush D. Cleo defends herself by arguing that D. Also, Cleo claims she did it to keep him away from the new girl, Melody, who otherwise might've blocked Lala's chances with him. She also points out that Melody has already hurt her enough for anything she might have done wrong by kissing Deuce.

Lala accepts to believe Cleo, and adds that the past week's events have ended her crush on D. When they arrive at the spa, Frankie finds that each of the girls will go for a different treatment, which is fine by her. She is, however, startled when the girls go to fetch their plush robes, which would expose her neck and too much of her legs if she would wear it too.

Frankie manages to get her tanning bed-chamber without changing though, and alone in there she doesn't have to worry about her skin and neck bolts being seen. Choosing to enjoy the privacy and experience, Frankie lies down on the tanning bed and fantasizes away about Brett.

She is rudely awoken not much later, when it turns out her seams do not stand the tanning bad very well and are smoldering. Panic-stricken, Frankie can't get out or turn off the bed and resorts to trying to pull the plug. Her own charge mixes with the system, causing a power outage. In the dark, she quickly gets dressed and sneaks out off the building, both embarrassed and scared to be discovered as a RAD.

Standing alone in the rain, Frankie still tries to stay positive, but when a car drives by and splashes her, she starts crying. Chapter Eyes on the Prize, Especially With Guys Candace is going out with one guy to make another jealous, which interests Melody only insofar that that means Candace will be gone and she can go into her room to spy on Jackson's house.

Once Candace is gone, Melody proceeds to look at Jackson's house, but her thoughts are taken off of it and the boy inside when she receives a phone call from Bekka and Haylee.

Melody is surprised that Bekka isn't to the movies with Brett, but she explains she isn't allowed to go out at night anymore since the monster sighting at Mount Hood High. Jackson explains that Melody's parents let him in and that he wants to speak with her.

Jackson warns Melody for Deuce, because he's 'dangerous'. Melody assumes that Jackson is jealous, but Jackson insists he isn't. The two move over to Melody's own room where she reveals she is not into Deuce and that she only kissed him because Jackson kissed Cleo.

Jackson claims that he doesn't remember. He's been suffering blackouts all his life and the kissing must've happened during a blackout. Melody believes and forgives him, leading into a conversation that causes Jackson to tell her she's pretty. Melody, well aware her looks are the result of surgery, gives him a photo of her old self so that he won't find out another way.

Melody insists she used to be ugly, but Jackson disagrees, saying she's always been pretty. Melody moves in to kiss him for that, but the couple is prematurely distracted by Glory's screaming. She claims to have seen a wolf outside and demands help from Beau and Melody. Jackson opts to go home while Melody goes to her mother to help look for any sign of a wolf. Chapter RIP The Steins don't ask too many questions as to why their daughter comes home walking, without an umbrella, but with burned stitches, as Frankie is visibly distraught.

Frankie goes to sleep early that evening, but is awoken just a few hours later by her mother, who claims they need to go somewhere fast. Frankie counters she can't apply her makeup fast, but her mother says she doesn't need it. Frankie is confused about the suddenness of it all and later the secrecy with which they leave their house. Frankie is stoked about the idea, particularly because she hopes Brett secretly is a RAD too. The family gives their car to park elsewhere to man waiting for them and enters a secret tunnel below a grass field.

Frankie is impressed and excited and runs ahead into the room at the end of the tunnel. The Steins are welcomed by Ms. Gorgon, who takes Viktor and Viveka with her while Frankie is left to mingle with the other children. She encounters Lala, Blue, Cleo, and Claudine there too, who tell her they suspected her to be a RAD too, but couldn't risk to ask her aboveground. They also guess that Frankie was the one responsible for the power outage, which all find amusing.

Then Ms. Jekyll arrives, a science teacher at Merston High, whom Lala explains is a normie but has a son who is a RAD, though he doesn't know it. Therefore, she is accepted in the monster community. Jekyll calls for the children to gather around to speak about the extra risk the Mount Hood High sighting has caused for the monsters, and after that announces that Merston High this year will have a monster-themed September Semi.

The children are outraged about the fact that those who hunt them will have a party about them, but Frankie does not agree with that logic, figuring that a party like that would actually raise sympathy for monsters. She speaks up about this, but finds only one ally in an invisible boy named Billy.

The rest of the children as well as Ms. Jekyll choose to "hide with pride". Jekyll's questions. Brett is sitting next to her, carving a zombie into his desk. When the question of what "anabiotic" is comes up, Frankie answers it is "something that is living in a state of suspended animation" and boldly asks if zombies qualify as anabiotic.

Brett looks up in awe at another monster fan, both Ms. Jekyll tries to package her anger as if it is caused by Frankie not taking her class seriously. Suddenly the siren sounds and Ms.

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Jekyll tells the children to climb onto their desks and pick up their chairs and poke them in the air. When questioned, Ms. Jekyll explains it's a drill in case another monster is spotted. To Brett, this makes the order more exciting, but Frankie puts down her chair, and upon seeing this mini rebellion, Melody does the same.

Jekyll does not react and soon the drill ends. Over the intercom, the principal explains the reasons for the drill once more before making an announcement on the September Semi: a gift certificate for a dinner cruise on the Willamette Queen is waiting for the couple with the creepiest costume at the party. Brett announces he'll go as Frankenstein, to which Bekka replies she'll be the bride, making a point of taking Brett's attention off Frankie.

Class comes to an end and Ms. Jekyll asks Frankie to stay. They have a minor argument about Frankie's decision to bring up zombies while the RAD community agreed to hide. Frankie challenges the need for her to hide and Ms. Jekyll agrees, but points out that RADs tried to make contact before and it made them lose everything.

As the mother of a RAD, she does not want Frankie to stubbornly endanger the community. Frankie agrees to play the RAD game, but out of class declares she'll do it by her own rules only. Melody, snuggled against Jackson, is fine if they take their time, but Bekka is eager to be with Brett. The boys eventually show up with camera equipment.

Haylee and Heath flirt, Bekka and Brett start kissing, and Melody is embarrassed by it all because she'd like to do the same with Jackson, but doesn't dare yet. Once Brett pulls away from Bekka, he tells Heath and Jackson to come with him to look for branches to create a tripod with.

When they are properly gone, Bekka turns to Haylee and Melody and tells them that Brett lied. He doesn't need branches, but wishes to jump out of the bushes when the girls don't expect it to scare them for his movie. She asks that they pretend to be scared still. Melody asks why she told them if Brett needs genuine reactions, and Bekka explains she upholds her own code that friends come first.

Melody is moved and ready to put on an act.

Shortly after, they hear suspicious noise from the trees and Bekka begins her act. The other two soon join in and, as predicted, Brett jumps out, wearing a hockey mask and wielding a plastic machete. The girls scream and fake panic until Brett reveals himself, on which they switch their act to one of anger and incredulity.

Heath reveals himself with the camera and flirts once more with Haylee, while Brett resumes kissing with Bekka. Melody asks where Jackson is and is told he went back to his house. Melody goes in search for him, worried he might have another blackout, and finds him elsewhere in the ravine. Jackson says that he's okay, but that he left because he didn't want to scare Melody.

Melody is touched and moves the thermo-blanket she brought along over the both of him, finally obtaining her moment to kiss with Jackson. Chapter Kissaster Getting hot under the thermo-blanket, Melody pulls away from Jackson to catch a breath of fresh air before she triggers an asthma attack. Melody notices that Jackson has taken of his glasses.

His behavior is also different and everything comes to a screeching halt when he asks one peculiar question: who she is. Melody hopes that he's joking and refers to him by his name, upon which 'Jackson' says that his name isn't Jackson and asks if perhaps she's roleplaying. He tries to kiss her again, but Melody pulls away, disgusted.

Melody fights back her tears and makes a run for home. On her way, she texts Bekka that guys are the only real monsters, then lets her tears flow. Frankie manages to get her tanning bed-chamber without changing though, and alone in there she doesn't have to worry about her skin and neck bolts being seen.

Choosing to enjoy the privacy and experience, Frankie lies down on the tanning bed and fantasizes away about Brett. She is rudely awoken not much later, when it turns out her seams do not stand the tanning bad very well and are smoldering.

Panic-stricken, Frankie can't get out or turn off the bed and resorts to trying to pull the plug. Her own charge mixes with the system, causing a power outage. In the dark, she quickly gets dressed and sneaks out off the building, both embarrassed and scared to be discovered as a RAD. Standing alone in the rain, Frankie still tries to stay positive, but when a car drives by and splashes her, she starts crying.

Candace is going out with one guy to make another jealous, which interests Melody only insofar that that means Candace will be gone and she can go into her room to spy on Jackson's house. Once Candace is gone, Melody proceeds to look at Jackson's house, but her thoughts are taken off of it and the boy inside when she receives a phone call from Bekka and Haylee.

Melody is surprised that Bekka isn't to the movies with Brett, but she explains she isn't allowed to go out at night anymore since the monster sighting at Mount Hood High. Jackson explains that Melody's parents let him in and that he wants to speak with her.

Jackson warns Melody for Deuce, because he's 'dangerous'. Melody assumes that Jackson is jealous, but Jackson insists he isn't. The two move over to Melody's own room where she reveals she is not into Deuce and that she only kissed him because Jackson kissed Cleo. Jackson claims that he doesn't remember. He's been suffering blackouts all his life and the kissing must've happened during a blackout.

Melody believes and forgives him, leading into a conversation that causes Jackson to tell her she's pretty. Melody, well aware her looks are the result of surgery, gives him a photo of her old self so that he won't find out another way. Melody insists she used to be ugly, but Jackson disagrees, saying she's always been pretty. Melody moves in to kiss him for that, but the couple is prematurely distracted by Glory's screaming.

She claims to have seen a wolf outside and demands help from Beau and Melody. Jackson opts to go home while Melody goes to her mother to help look for any sign of a wolf. The Steins don't ask too many questions as to why their daughter comes home walking, without an umbrella, but with burned stitches, as Frankie is visibly distraught.

Frankie goes to sleep early that evening, but is awoken just a few hours later by her mother, who claims they need to go somewhere fast. Frankie counters she can't apply her makeup fast, but her mother says she doesn't need it. Frankie is confused about the suddenness of it all and later the secrecy with which they leave their house. Frankie is stoked about the idea, particularly because she hopes Brett secretly is a RAD too.

The family gives their car to park elsewhere to man waiting for them and enters a secret tunnel below a grass field. Frankie is impressed and excited and runs ahead into the room at the end of the tunnel. The Steins are welcomed by Ms. Gorgon, who takes Viktor and Viveka with her while Frankie is left to mingle with the other children. She encounters Lala, Blue, Cleo, and Claudine there too, who tell her they suspected her to be a RAD too, but couldn't risk to ask her aboveground.

They also guess that Frankie was the one responsible for the power outage, which all find amusing. Then Ms. Jekyll arrives, a science teacher at Merston High, whom Lala explains is a normie but has a son who is a RAD, though he doesn't know it.

Therefore, she is accepted in the monster community.

Jekyll calls for the children to gather around to speak about the extra risk the Mount Hood High sighting has caused for the monsters, and after that announces that Merston High this year will have a monster-themed September Semi. The children are outraged about the fact that those who hunt them will have a party about them, but Frankie does not agree with that logic, figuring that a party like that would actually raise sympathy for monsters.

She speaks up about this, but finds only one ally in an invisible boy named Billy. The rest of the children as well as Ms. Jekyll choose to "hide with pride". At school, in biology class, Frankie is the only one who willingly answers all of Ms.

Jekyll's questions. Brett is sitting next to her, carving a zombie into his desk. When the question of what "anabiotic" is comes up, Frankie answers it is "something that is living in a state of suspended animation" and boldly asks if zombies qualify as anabiotic.

Brett looks up in awe at another monster fan, both Ms. Jekyll tries to package her anger as if it is caused by Frankie not taking her class seriously.

Suddenly the siren sounds and Ms. Jekyll tells the children to climb onto their desks and pick up their chairs and poke them in the air. When questioned, Ms. Jekyll explains it's a drill in case another monster is spotted. To Brett, this makes the order more exciting, but Frankie puts down her chair, and upon seeing this mini rebellion, Melody does the same.

Jekyll does not react and soon the drill ends. Over the intercom, the principal explains the reasons for the drill once more before making an announcement on the September Semi: Brett announces he'll go as Frankenstein, to which Bekka replies she'll be the bride, making a point of taking Brett's attention off Frankie. Class comes to an end and Ms. Jekyll asks Frankie to stay. They have a minor argument about Frankie's decision to bring up zombies while the RAD community agreed to hide.

Frankie challenges the need for her to hide and Ms. Jekyll agrees, but points out that RADs tried to make contact before and it made them lose everything. As the mother of a RAD, she does not want Frankie to stubbornly endanger the community. Frankie agrees to play the RAD game, but out of class declares she'll do it by her own rules only.

Melody, Jackson, Haylee, and Bekka are huddled under thermo-blankets at the ravine behind the Jekyll residence. Melody, snuggled against Jackson, is fine if they take their time, but Bekka is eager to be with Brett. The boys eventually show up with camera equipment. Haylee and Heath flirt, Bekka and Brett start kissing, and Melody is embarrassed by it all because she'd like to do the same with Jackson, but doesn't dare yet. Once Brett pulls away from Bekka, he tells Heath and Jackson to come with him to look for branches to create a tripod with.

When they are properly gone, Bekka turns to Haylee and Melody and tells them that Brett lied. He doesn't need branches, but wishes to jump out of the bushes when the girls don't expect it to scare them for his movie. She asks that they pretend to be scared still.

Melody asks why she told them if Brett needs genuine reactions, and Bekka explains she upholds her own code that friends come first. Melody is moved and ready to put on an act. Shortly after, they hear suspicious noise from the trees and Bekka begins her act. The other two soon join in and, as predicted, Brett jumps out, wearing a hockey mask and wielding a plastic machete. The girls scream and fake panic until Brett reveals himself, on which they switch their act to one of anger and incredulity.

Heath reveals himself with the camera and flirts once more with Haylee, while Brett resumes kissing with Bekka. Melody asks where Jackson is and is told he went back to his house. Melody goes in search for him, worried he might have another blackout, and finds him elsewhere in the ravine. Jackson says that he's okay, but that he left because he didn't want to scare Melody.

Melody is touched and moves the thermo-blanket she brought along over the both of him, finally obtaining her moment to kiss with Jackson. Getting hot under the thermo-blanket, Melody pulls away from Jackson to catch a breath of fresh air before she triggers an asthma attack. Melody notices that Jackson has taken of his glasses. His behavior is also different and everything comes to a screeching halt when he asks one peculiar question: Melody hopes that he's joking and refers to him by his name, upon which 'Jackson' says that his name isn't Jackson and asks if perhaps she's roleplaying.

He tries to kiss her again, but Melody pulls away, disgusted. Melody fights back her tears and makes a run for home. On her way, she texts Bekka that guys are the only real monsters, then lets her tears flow. The Steins have the Mathises over for dinner. Mathis is the dean of the university the Steins are employed at and they hope to get more research money for their work. Frankie hates the dinner, and also hates that she has to dress up as a normie in her own house, that the research will benefit normies primarily, that her father has to pretend he's doing research into things he long ago discovered and invented, and the attitude of the Mathises.

Mathis points at the door suddenly, or rather the paper slipping inside through the mail slot. Viktor opens the door, startling Lala and Blue on the other side.

Recognizing her friends, Frankie joins the conversation and finds out that they're collecting signatures for a petition against the Monster Mash theme of September Semi from fellow students. Keeping to the secrecy code, they assure Victor that their argument is not that Monster Mash is offensive but that it is too scary. Frankie exclaims that she doesn't agree with the boycott because she wants to impress Brett at the dance.

Viktor cuts off the conversation and takes Frankie aside for a stern talking-to. Since Frankie keeps up her defiance, Viktor tells her her opinion of the boycott doesn't matter because she is not allowed to go to the party. He does not believe he can trust her not to reveal the RADs to the normies. Frankie is furious and goes to her room, where she soothes her emotions with a fantasy of Brett, September Semi, and winning the gift certificate.

As with Ms. Jekyll before, Frankie vows not to obey the rules of others. Melody, Bekka, and Haylee are at a costume store looking for a wedding dress for Bekka, so she can be the Bride of Frankenstein at the September Semi. Bekka asks Melody what costume she's interested in, but Melody answers that she's not interested in going now that Jackson turned out to be untrustworthy.

Bekka counters that if Melody won't go, she won't go, as she is loyal to her friends. Melody says she can't do that, to which Bekka replies that Melody is going. As Bekka chooses a shiny dress to match Haylee's shiny flower girl costume, Deuce enters the store. Melody tries to ignore him because of all the things that have happened, but Bekka happily starts chatting with the boy. Deuce had come for a Mad Hatter costume and will be going to the party alone, as Cleo's friends won't go and Cleo sticks with them.

Melody can't stop Bekka as she suggests that Deuce and Melody go together as friends, since neither of them have a date. Deuce likes the idea and receives Melody's phone number from Bekka and soon leave the store. Melody is upset by what Bekka has done, despite Bekka's promises that she just wants Melody to have a good time at the party. At Radcliffe Way, Melody parts ways on friendly terms, but as soon as she can she makes a speedrun for her bedroom.

Ignoring the signs they are going to have guests, Melody falls down on her bed and begins crying when she gets a text from Deuce asking what her costume idea is. Melody ignores it, choosing to wallow some more when suddenly she hears Jackson's voice. He is in her room without her permission again, but rather than send him away, Melody tries to ignore him. He asks her what's wrong and insists another blackout happened, but Melody accuses him of lying to have an excuse to date multiple girls.

Melody's bedroom, much as the rest of the Carver residence, is very hot, and soon Jackson removes his glasses and, to Melody's shock, unbuttons his shirt. Melody quickly grabs her iPhone in case she needs evidence. Curiously, when Jackson looks up, he acts as if he's surprised to see Melody. Melody tells him to quit it, referring to him by his name once more. Again, 'Jackson' denies that that is his name and claims he is D.

Hyde, the great-grandson of Dr.For one thing, he never sees you on campus, Melody said, suddenly needing to pee. The Steins can just leave the area before the police arrives. They explain to Frankie a fact she has not yet been made aware of - that she is not 'normal'. Her bandmates exchanged an irritated glance. Just pure and haunting.

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