Bo dreams of the music box her father gave her for her birthday, and in the dream Lauren is playing it. She wakes up in bed next to Tamsin, who also had an interesting dream... about food.
Dyson let Mark tag along as he heads to a crime scene at a football stadium. The wide receiver was murdered. Dyson finds the triple spiral in blood by the body, leading him to believe there is a connection to the Fae cult he has been investigating.
Tamsin and Bo go undercover to infiltrate the stadium posing as cheerleader and recruiter for the VanCity Valkyries. Tamsin develops a rivalry with the cheer captain Brinkley White.
When the quarterback Clay Jonas, a suspect in the murder, gets badly tackled and walks away without injury, Bo and Tamsin suspect he may be Fae. Lauren is called in to do some further investigating. Tamsin is a little jealous that Bo needs Lauren.
Lauren comes to help, but she has her hands full at the clinic with Cassie, who is still recalling the images of the apocalypse she saw in her visions. Lauren uses the guise of a random drug test to get urine or blood samples from the players.
At the Dal, Trick meets the murderous Fae inhabiting the woman from the elevator crash. She orders a drink from more than a century ago, piquing Trick's curiosity.
Dyson is approached by Alicia Wells, whose husband died in the elevator crash. She claims to have seen her husband alive. Dyson tries to put her off the trail.
Lauren learns that Clay is not Fae, but is immune to toxic substances. It is determined that he is a Heraclid, descended from Hercules. He doesn't know about his family tree.
A bloody jersey is found in the locker of male cheerleader Derek, but Clay is quick to provide his alibi. Derek and Clay are an item, but Clay's PR rep had advised him to keep it a secret.
After talking with Iris, Mark realizes she is part of the Fae cult Dyson is investigating.
Bo investigates the PR agency and finds Kevin, Alicia Well's dead husband, who is also Heratio55. The woman Fae from the elevator crash is also there and she is feeding off the cheers from the crowd.
Meanwhile, Tamsin has assumed the role of a football player and scores the game-winning touchdown.
In the end it is revealed that the three Fae inhabiting the bodies of the elevator crash victims are ancient Fae, Keven/Heratio being the father of Hercules and Clay's distant relative.