#214 - The Fair Folk

Directed by

Chris Grismer

Writing Credits

Taylor Mallory

Rate

670 000, 0,3 % PDM (U.S.A.)

Release Date

June 26, 2017 (Freeform)
June 27, 2017 (Netflix)

Storyline

Alec sends Clary and Jace on a mission to the Seelie Court; Simon insists on joining them. At the Institute, Alec begins the Downworlder Cabinet, a weekly meeting with representatives from the warlocks, vampires, Seelies, and werewolves. Alec discusses the Institute’s new policy of complete transparency with Magnus, Luke, Meliorn and Raphael. Maryse is back in town; her and Isabelle discuss her father’s infidelity and Isabelle’s yin fen addiction. They reconcile.

At the Seelie Court, the Seelie Queen drives a wedge between Simon and the Shadowhunters by revealing Clary still harbors feelings for Jace. An unknown individual with a plot to execute Valentine contacts Luke. Luke heads down to the Institute cells to kill Valentine, but is foiled by Sebastian and Alec. Alec decides not to press charges.

Isabelle asks Raphael to pursue a relationship with her and he refuses. Sebastian plays piano next to several burner phones on a chair. Hearing a noise from a closet, he threatens a bound man he has kept inside.

Soundtracks

Shadowhunters Cast – Nocturne No. 20 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. Posth. (feat. Dominic Sherwood)

Jace is playing the piano.

Amy Stroup – Under Attack

Izzy is using the Institute gym punching bag to relieve stress when Sebastian enters, he questions her tension then offers his advice on dealing with her mother and Yin fen addiction, then they spar.

Ruelle – The Other Side

Clary is forced by the Fairy Queen to kiss Jace in order to save him. Clary shares a passionate kiss with Jace; Simon is freed from the vines and he stares at Clary and Jace, looking wounded.

Ruelle – Hold Your Breath

Isabelle tells Raphael that she wants to fight for them but he rejects her, fearing that their relationship was formed out their addiction; Clary bangs on Simon’s door but he refuses to answer.

Shadowhunters Cast – Nocturne No. 20 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. Posth. (feat. Will Tudor)

“Sebastian” plays the piano at his flat when the person in his closet begins to bang around; he stops playing to go and warn the man inside the closet.

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