From video games to space engineering, this episode had us geeking out. Check out our recap below, or better yet, stream Stitchers season 3 episode 6 'The Gremlin And The Fixer' right here on Freeform.
At least these Stitchsters still have each other.
2. Jake Rowland, a professional gremlin (a person who is employed to intentionally sabotage the project they work on in order to find weaknesses), is found dead in the labs of the Aero Velocity Research (AVR) center.
But why? And what was he writing in the sand?
3. Ivy and Linus finally meet but Ivy can't bring herself to break up with Linus, even though she feels like she should. The pair share a sweet reunion kiss.
This ship is still sailing.
5. There they meet Kenny Lee, an arrogant engineer who was Jake's partner in charge of fixing Jake's attempts at sabotaging their project.
It turns out that Jake's final sabotage has set one of their satellites off course and they only have 48 hours to fix it.
6. When Linus is brought into the AVR to help Kenny, the pair end up having an aggressive geek off.
Camille's not amused.
7. Maggie reveals to Fisher that she was spying on Ivy, and that Ivy is still in contact with Stinger.
Maggie probably hates to say, "I told you so," but she totally deserves to.
8. The gang discover that Jake spent a lot of time in an underground gaming circuit.
The game is called Warzone and it gets Cameron's gamer senses tingling.
9. Kirsten discovers that the Warzone tournaments have got a lot of money riding on them.
10. Kirsten leaves, but Cameron stays behind and meets Zelda, a super cool gamer who shows him the ropes.
And Zelda is played by the Zelda Williams. #PerfectCasting
11. Zelda signs Cameron up for a game and he beats professional gamer DK, who promptly punches Cameron and starts a massive brawl.
12. Fisher and Maggie interrogate Ivy.
She tries to deny the truth, but Maggie confronts her with photographic evidence from a PI Maggie hired. Ivy then says Stinger came to her, she told him she wanted nothing to do with it.
13. In a second stitch, Kirsten finds out that Kenny and Jake were actually lovers.
AVR had a strict no dating policy, which is why initially Kenny was very stand-offish to the team's questions.
14. Back at AVR, Amanda swings into the investigation to help uncover a message covered in blood that Jake left in the sand before he died.
They were hoping for the name of the killer, but instead the sands revealed a pattern. Later, Camille tries to make up with her, but Amanda tells her that it's over. She just isn't ready to be with Camille right now.
15. Cameron and Kirsten continue to clash as Kirsten grows suspicious of Zelda.
Was this jealousy talking? Or did she really do it? Cameron decides to go back to the warehouse.
16. Although things don't look too good for Zelda after she steals Cameron's wallet.
She was only trying to figure out who he was, but still, not cool.
17. The guys realize that not only did Jake create Warzone, but that the identity of Jake's killer will be revealed if Cameron can get to the very last level.
Jake's killer was actually the charismatic Warzone promoter, Rick DelToro, who was blackmailing Jake into rigging the game.
18. Rick uses a gun to try to escape, but DK puts him in his place in true video game fashion.
Game over Rick.
19. After Fisher arrests Rick, Cameron tells Kirsten that he wants to make their relationship work, but that it's really hard.
Camsten's not over yet, guys.
20. The episode ends with Ivy and Kirsten sharing a moment together as sisters.
And us hoping that Ivy's not on team Stinger.
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Stitchers season 3 episode 6 is now available to stream.