|“||You always said I was the most powerful one of us all.||”|
— A 1906 revived-Ingrid about to take revenge.
Unburied is the seventh episode from the first season of Lifetime's Witches of East End, inspired from Melissa de la Cruz's novels. It debuted on November 17, 2013 on Lifetime and was watched by 1,62 million viewers.
The shifter summons a familiar face. Ingrid discovers something startling from her past, while a novelist comes to East End to do some research for his new book. Wendy turns over a new leaf, and attempts to get serious with Leo and Joanna reads Freya's tarot cards.
- "I am well aware of your sleep talk. First time you said you love me, it was in your sleep."
- — Dash telling Freya about their first "I love you."
- "Rich men, free food, open bar... I'll be there. Early...ish."
- — Wendy.
- "I know Freya and I always die young. Mom, please. I can see all of these pictures, but we are never old. Ever. So my theory is it's because we always die around now."
- — Ingrid figuring out her and Freya's curse.
- "My sister said something to me today that made a lot of sense. You gotta grab life while you can, who knows how many lives... I mean, years... we all have left."
- — Wendy on why she wants another chance from Leo.
- Freya: "Why are we watching Aunt Wendy sleep?"
- Joanna: "She's not asleep, she's dead."
- Freya: "Oh my God, again?"
- — Just an everyday conversation at the Beauchamp's.
- "They're mirror images, often depicted as brothers. One light, one dark. According to the cards they divide your heart... According to the cards, you will love them both. You have a choice to make. One man is your soulmate. The other man's your destroyer. Whoever you choose will decide your fate."
- — Joanna reading Freya's cards and explaining to her the meaning of the Emperor and the Trickster.
- "Your necklace, it's red. It's your last life."
- — Joanna, realising Wendy has used up eight of her lives.
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- The episode was watched by 1,62 million watchers and scored a 0,5 in terms of demographics on the 18-49 target audience, making it one of the two lowest rated episode so far along with A Parching Imbued, though not the least watched.
- The episode marks Freddie Prinze Jr.'s last appearance as Leo - the actor having declared that he only took the role to please his long-time friend Mädchen Amick.