Jarrod Slade brings Koen West’s corpse to his lab after recovering it from the Zone. Koen transforms into a falcon and escapes.
Charlotte tells Waruu that Slade was planning to remove her fetus and reveals that the baby is Hairy. Waruu agrees not to tell anyone.
Koen saves an Inclusion Initiative Hairy from bullies on the street.
Waruu nudges Koen’s lifeless body on his kitchen floor. Koen springs to life, grabs his nulla nulla and flees. The wound on his throat heals, but only partially.
Yani quietly leaves the Hairy hideout and gives herself up to Containment Authority officers in the city.
Jarli rummages for junk in the city streets. He uses a mystical language to silence a barking dog.
McIntyre delivers Koen’s corpse to Slade in a body bag. A light emanates from the bag as Slade unzips it. A bird emerges and flies outside, where it transforms into Koen. Koen looks down at his body and sees that it’s riddled with bullet holes.
Charlotte (Frances O’Connor) is concerned about the rapid growth of her fetus, but Slade (Iain Glen) comforts her.
At his lab, Jarrod Slade is thrilled by new results. Later he takes Charlotte to the lab, now outfitted as a phony fertility clinic, where she undergoes an experimental procedure in hopes of conceiving.
An unearthly creature, seen only in shadow, kills a woman resting on the porch of a retirement community. The next day’s news reveal that she was one of several victims, who all had their hearts ripped out.
A traumatized Waruu (Rob Collins) reviews footage from his and Harry’s (Isaac Drandic) prison break-in on his wearable camera while soaking himself in a bath. Waruu refuses to let Nerida (Jada Alberts) in to talk to him.
A young boy is viciously murdered during soccer practice, his heart ripped out of his chest just like Jimmy’s was.
In the not-so-distant future, a not-quite-human species long thought to exist only in indigenous Australian mythology has recently been discovered living in tribes deep in the outback.