Liz is slowly losing her mind, becoming forgetful and unable to do well in her studies. The key to all her woes lies hidden under her bed.
The Professor and the others must steal an artifact from a thief who uses it to appear invisible to non-virgins.
While investigating the appearance of a viking ghost, a physics professor unknowingly drags three of his students into his second life as a monster hunter.
Buster’s attempt at fame and fortune backfires when his article about Capricorn gets published, and the entire city learns that Jean is Capricorn…including Vogler.
Jean makes contact with his biological parents’ doctor, a man who claims to have the cure to the curse of Capricorn. Yet the doctor’s constant furrowed and sweaty brow hides a terrible secret that could jeopardize everything.
Buster must confront his feelings for Lucy when a bonus from work gives him the opportunity to take her out on a date to an expensive restaurant. However, Buster’s plans get complicated when Jean is inadvertently invited on the date as well. Buster’s only hope lies in a mysterious woman at a clothes store who has indispensable knowledge about relationships.
The discovery of two bodies in Riverton Park has Jean and the others pointing their fingers at another of Vogler’s experiments. However, they’ll soon discover that Vogler’s not the only monster in town.
An old photo leads to the location of Jean’s adoptive parents. Jean and Lucy travel to their house, hoping to find answers about the nature of Jean’s transformation.
Fed up with his unsuccessful metamorph creations, Vogler hires two mercenaries to find and recapture Jean for experimentation. Can Jean manage fend off this deadly pair during the day without Capricorn’s power?
Buster and Lucy encounter a grotesque man-like monster, the latest of Vogler’s artificial metamorph experiments. However, this monster still has the mind of a human, and he is desperate to go home to his family.