Steven is, to position it mildly, just a little startled by way of all of this. Layla assists in keeping telling him to “summon the go well with” and he’s just a little clueless about how to take action. The 2 run clear of Harrow’s minions, with Layla beating up quite a lot of of them on her personal. Harrow has jackals up his sleeve, then again, and makes use of the cane to summon them.
Steven and Layla finally end up in a room filled with Egyptian artifacts that Steven cleverly calls, “an evil magician’s guy cave.” Layla assists in keeping begging Marc to come back out, and in a touching scene, she in spite of everything reaches out to Steven at once. Layla realizes now how separate the 2 are. It is an emotional second for Steven, however he nonetheless does not understand how to summon the go well with.
A jackal breaks in, and we discover out that most effective Steven can see it, in all probability as a result of he’s the avatar of Khonshu. The jackal pushes him out of the construction and as he falls, he summons the go well with and lands in a superhero pose earlier than toppling over. His go well with, then again, is a real three-piece go well with somewhat than the standard garb of Marc’s go well with. Marc-in-reflection is unimpressed, however we then get a lovely scene of “Steven with a V” looking to combat the jackal himself. It does not pass nice, and Steven in the long run offers up the frame to Marc, who then takes the jackal on a chase and impales it on a steeple.
The jackal is long past, however Harrow now has the scarab, because it fell out of Steven/Marc’s pocket sooner or later. It is right here the place Steven-in-reflection and Marc have some other severe dialog, and this one in reality does not pass too smartly. Steven is understandably annoyed — his entire existence has been wrecked by way of Marc and Khonshu, and he does not need his frame hurting any individual else. Marc says that he will have to observe Khonshu on account of a deal he made with the Egyptian god, and breaks the replicate when Steven does not purchase it.
We then finish the episode with Khonshu and Marc having a little bit dialog of their very own. Khonshu is a whole jerk! He is moody and belittling and so, so sour. Marc tells him they will get to Ammit’s tomb otherwise, and Khonshu wearily says they’ve to move. When Marc asks the place, Khonshu replies, “The place the hell do you suppose?” F. Murray Abraham’s supply right here conveys such a lot — Khonshu is a drained, irascible, determined god. And the place he and Marc (and Steven) pass is to Egypt, with the closing scene of the episode revealing a under the influence of alcohol Marc in a resort in his undies, taking a look out the window on the pyramids.