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‘Witches Of East End’ Recap: The Beauchamps Team Up To Save Freya

Sun, October 13, 2013 11:21pm EDT by Andy Swift 10 Comments
Witches Of East End
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But ‘Operation: Save Channing Tatum’s Wife’ comes with a few strings attached. Someone’s about to die!

Witches of East End‘s Oct. 13 episode tied up most of the loose ends left by last week’s premiere — Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum) was freed from the painting, Ingrid (Rachel Boston) brought Wendy (Mädchen Amick) back to life, and Joanna (Julia Ormond) was released on bail — but the Beauchamps still had a little digging to do before they could kiss their worries goodbye. More specifically, they had a little grave digging to do.

Because that’s how most families get out of jams, right? They take group field trips to graveyards and dig up their relatives’ coffins, which conveniently double as the hiding place for more than $1 million? Just wanted to make sure I wasn’t crazy.

Oh, Brothers

Furious at her just-released mother for keeping her powers a secret, Freya stormed out of the house, heading straight to the one person she felt she needed to see — and no, it wasn’t her fiancé Dash (Eric Winter). It was his angsty, brooding brother Killian (Daniel DiTomasso)!

Honestly, I’m not even sure why Killian is considered the ‘angsty, brooding’ brother — save for his longer hair and darker wardrobe — but I’m hoping that we’ll learn more about his issues as the weeks unfold. I mean, his life doesn’t seem all that dark.

Not A Pretty Picture

Of course, the Beauchamp ladies still had their little painting friend to deal with. Doug (Neil Hopkins) escape shortly after Freya and followed her home, where he had a nice cold bath drawn for her. And by that, I mean he cast a spell which literally encased Channing Tatum‘s wife in a tub of ice.

Fortunately, Freya’s Angels arrived home just in time to save her, trapping Doug in another painting and burying it in a cemetary. (Side note: Why did no one step in to stop these women from digging an enormous hole in the cemetary, especially since one of them is still technically being brought up on murder charges? The police in this town could really be more observant.)

Death Is Coming

I guess I should also probably discuss that, in reviving Wendy, Ingrid apparently cursed someone she knows. She basically traded one life for another, so someone close to her will die now. But who? For some reason, I feel like it might be her friend’s baby. I mean, why else would they have gone through that whole ritual last week?

HollywoodLifers, who do you think will die? And which brother should Freya choose? Drop a comment with your thoughts.

WATCH: ‘Witches Of East End’ Promo

— Andy Swift

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