A breathless and bloodied Kirsch seeks refuge in the gang’s place because the Adonis Hunt turns out to be an actual kill-you-dead kind of event. Aw, the things we do for love, Kirschiepoo. He thought Danny would be there and he could steal her heart away, but instead it was just a bunch of bloodthirsty sorority girls trying to go all Arrow on his ass.
Of course it doesn’t take long for Mel to track Kirsch down and draw her bow in his general direction.
Mel is so determined to catch her a man-stag that she’s willing to shish-kabob Laura and Carmilla to get to him. When she threatens his friends, that’s when Kirsch draws the line and comes out of hiding. However in the blink of an eye, Tall Gay Danny has come to the rescue. She grabs Mel’s arrow and therefor ruins her fun and any chance at punishing the frat community for their misdeeds. (Meanwhile, Carmilla just stands there casually drinking blood from the Tardis cup. I love how unvexed she is about any of this.) If Kirsch wasn’t sprung on Danny before, he has heart eyes forever now. Mel agrees to leave but only after making sure Danny knows she’s finished.
Danny sends Kirsch off to find some clothes, and Laura asks her what Mel means with her vague yet scary threat. By protecting Kirsch, Danny has given up her chance to be president of the Summer Society. Laura tries to comfort Danny, as Carmilla shoots daggers at Laura’s former crush. Threaten her with death, she yawns. Casually brush hands with her lady, she’s shooting hellfire from her eyeballs.
Danny brushes it all off and asks for the scoop in the fish. Laura tells her about the Corvae Corp, and how the newspaper had an actual source for all their dirt on Mattie and the Board. A dude named Vordenberg might hold the key to solving this mystery. Carmilla knows the name, the Vordenbergs have been around for a long time. Danny and Laura sit down together to do more research on Vordenberg as Carmilla pretends to read.