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While Pete and Myka travel to West Virginia to investigate a rust-like infection among steelworkers, Steven and Claudia go to Steven's home to find a way to break the metronome's hold on him. Meanwhile, Helena, Leena, and Mrs. Frederic confront Artie with their knowledge of what he has done.
Myka and Pete confront Artie and asks what Adrian wants, but Artie refuses to talk about it. He tells the agents that they have a ping, Leonard Bukowski of Dalton, West Virginia, who is displaying signs of rust. Artie sends them on his way and Myka warns him that one day they'll actually have to tell them things. Once they leave, Claudia and Steve come in and demand to know about Adrian, but Artie tells them to focus on the metronome. Musician Robert Schumann owned the metronome in the 1830s and tried to kill himself, but his fiancée kept him alive using it. In 1839 Schumann got free of it and left an entry saying that one must make a pure start from where one comes. They figure that it relates to Steve returning to his home in New Jersey...Read the full recap
Artie: He had a rust-like rash covering his face and arm, coughing up blood and particles of iron oxide.
Pete: Rusting, huh? Maybe a witch left him out in the rain. Or--or--or this is really serious and I should stop making jokes.
Artie: Yeah, now there's a thought.
Myka: I see what you're doing, Artie. We need to talk.
Artie: A man is rusting in West Virginia. You have lives to save. Go.
Myka: You know, one of these days there won't be a ping and you'll actually have to tell us things.
Artie: Oh, darn. That was last Tuesday. Go! Go go go go.
Claudia: So, let's talk Brother Adrian.
Artie: Dear God, help me.
Claudia: So what exactly does this brother want you to do? Convert?
Steven: Don’t shave your head. That's not a good look for you.
Artie: You either.
Myka: Are you sure you're okay? You still look a little woozy.
Pete: That's my look.