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1. Camsten share an intimate moment until a new mystery comes to light.
And 'Chameleon' by ADLT VDEO perfectly sets the mood.
1. Kirsten gets hot under the collar when she stitches into Sabine's intimate memories.
The sultry music playing in the background while Kirsten tries to keep herself cool is 'Summer Lie' by Áine Aura.
2. Kirsten finally finds some clues from Sabine's memories of her passionate love affair with Nick.
As it becomes clear that Sabine had ulterior motives for her relationship with Nick, 'Evergreens' by Violents, Jeremy Larson & Annie Williams plays, keeping everything steamy.
3. Camille is surprised to find Amanda Djing at a nightclub.
The sparks fly between this seriously perfect couple as 'The Fool (Frederik Olufsen Remix)' by Solar Taxi plays in the club.
4. Seriously disappointed by Maggie's decision at the lab, Camille marches into the same nightclub from earlier and passionately kisses Amanda.
'Until You Find Me' by TeamMate provides the soundtrack for this amazing, jaw-dropping moment.
1. The team discuss their latest case at Kirsten and Camille's house.
We just love the idea that they have a regular 'Wine and Stitch' club.
'Baby Bird' by Mike Sempert creates the perfect atmosphere for Camille to make fun of Cameron and Kirsten's new "no intimacy" rule.
2. Camille and Amanda share a really sweet moment playing guitar for each other.
It doesn't get much more romantic than serenading your date... until you realize that this is the song that was playing when you first kissed. Camanda have officially won at romance. If you liked their cover, check out the original 'Until You Find Me' by TeamMate.
3. Kirsten and Ivy spend some quality sister time together.
It's nice to see Kirsten actually getting the opportunity to have normal relationships considering the majority of her life is quite abnormal.
'You Belong Here' by Leagues sets the vibe as they catch up.
1. Linus and Cameron discuss the oxytocin issue.
Times have been tough for Camsten ever since they discovered it was their - ahem - proximity which was messing up the stitching connection. Cameron blows off some steam and unwinds with Linus while listening to 'Go On' by Soft Swells.
2. Camille and Amanda host a dinner party.
In an effort for Camille and Ivy to be better friends, Camanda host a dinner party and invite Linus and Ivy. There are amazing cocktails (courtesy of Amanda) and a great playlist that features '2AM, Chinatown' by Julian Jasper
3. Cameron and Kirsten have dinner and discuss the case.
So they're not really allowed to touch, but Camsten are still making the most of their time together by eating take out and trying to unravel this week's case. In the background, we can hear 'Archetype' (feat. Lila Rose) by Emily Afton.
4. Cameron and Kirsten uncover some new information.
In the middle of having dinner, Kirsten realizes that Abbott is more involved with the case than they previously thought, prompting a sudden reshuffle of everyone's plans for the evening. All of this is done to the backdrop of the super cool track 'The Monster' by From Indian Lakes.
1. Cameron is helping Kirsten paint her bedroom when Camille bursts in to give them some news on the case.
'When You Gonna Give Me Some Time?' by Paul Cook & The Chronicles plays while Camille makes it clear that she has no understanding of boundaries.
2. Camille is being kind of distant with Amanda, which results in an argument.
With the future of Camanda in peril, 'Dreaming and Driving' by Sly Joe & The Smooth Operators provides a dramatic soundtrack.
3. After a flashback to his lonely childhood, Linus finds comfort in his present day friendship with Cameron.
'Gold Moon' by Together PANGEA plays in the background, making us really want to join the party.
4. Camille tries to patch things up with Amanda, but royally messes it up.
Amanda doesn't want to be somebody's "shot" and we don't want to stop listening to 'Dreamer' (feat. Kaptan) by Mokita.
5. Cameron, Linus, and Camille have flashbacks to their difficult childhoods.
While our hearts break for our baby Stitchers, 'Postcards From Eden' by Xenia plays in the background.
1.Cameron and Linus play video games and discuss their relationships.
The guys discuss their girl troubles while listening to 'Shapeshifter' (Blue Stahli Remix) by Celldweller (feat. Styles of Beyond).
2. The team discover an underground gaming club.
To solve the case, they need to battle it out arcade-style. We hear the adrenaline-fueled 'No More' by The Qemists playing through all their matches.
3. Cameron meets Zelda, a competitive gamer.
While Cameron geeks out and makes new friends, 'One More' by Weaves plays.
4. Cameron nurses a black eye and questions Zelda about the case.
Apparently he can turn on the charm even when injured. We can hear 'In With Them' by Kissing Cousins in the background.
5. Cameron and Zelda are set to play against each other.
'Watch Me Do It' by Icy Black plays as their match is hyped up.
6. Cameron tries to apologize to Kirsten. Later, Kirsten and Ivy share a moment.
The beautiful 'Waiting Around' by Aisha Badru plays throughout.
1. Cameron makes dinner for Kirsten as they struggle to figure out what happened to the Stitch lab.
We wish Cameron made pasta for us. At least we can still enjoy 'No One's Around You' by Sunjacket, the beautiful song that plays in Kirsten's kitchen.
2. Cameron regrets geeking out about the Ford Falcon when the car's exhaust fumes begin to fill the locked garage.
Camsten only just manage to escape while the sounds of 'Bringin' It Home' by Sandy Szigeti plays from the radio of the Ford Falcon.
1. Kirsten is stitched into murder victim, Fred, and finds herself in a garage where he is speaking to his friend, Rudy.
She hears 'The Sky's The Limit' by Craig Marsden playing on the radio.
2. Camille and Fisher go to question Pog, who was receiving money from Fred.
And we're treated to an amazing diner soundtrack-- 'Dimes Worth Of Time' by Eddy Eldon.
3. Kirsten meets Cameron's mom for the first time.
And she's pretty intense. 'We Go Back' by CHINAH plays in the background at Kirsten's house as they're introduced.
4. Fisher and Stephanie discuss their future.
We hear the beautiful 'Bad Love' by Jazz Morley as Stephanie packs clothes for their trip and Fisher breaks the bad news.
1. During a stitch, Kirsten watches Monica and Leslie playing a beach volleyball tournament.
'L.E.T.S.G.O (CA$HIO Remix)' by Headband provides the perfect competitive soundtrack.
2. Monica hosts tryouts to find a new partner.
Just before Cameron and Kirsten arrive to question her, we hear 'Feels So Good' by The Blah Blah Blahs (feat. Chris Wallace).
3. Camille and Fisher visit Heretic.
Heretic is practicing his magic act as 'Control' by Natalie Taylor plays.
4. Kirsten and Cameron wait nervously at their apartment.
To try and calm down, Kirsten has pizza delivered while listening to 'Yazz' by The Years.
5. Amanda gets a drink at the club.
In the background we hear the amazing 'Afterglow' by Chelsea Jade.
6. Camille gets on stage.
And she performs a cover of the song 'Until You Find Me' by TeamMate for Amanda. You can find the original version here.
1. Kirsten, Linus, and Cameron try to crack the code left behind by Denise Nichols while hanging out at Cameron's place.
The song playing on Cameron's sound system is 'Somethin' Is Better Than Nothin'' by Tashaki Miyaki.
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