The basic premise is a werewolf story gone off the rails in terms in terms of what a “were-creature” can be. It’s a catch all and it goes into a mysterious and completely random place. One that is unexpected, considering the nature of comedy.
This is the second weakest episode and it’s unmemorable to say the least.. It’s a comedy, yes, but the first and third episodes did such a good job at creating an unexpected and unique ending that this one feels weak by comparison. Episode four’s ending is unexpected, in that you don’t see it coming, but it is by no means unique.
Still it’s a solid episode.