One of the mightiest gods in Norse mythology, Thor commanded the weather and the forces of nature, fought the enemies of civilization and represented law and order.
Magne and his classmates try to regroup after a tragic loss, while the police seem uninterested in getting to the truth. Gry stumbles on Vidar unmasked.
The high school mourns Isolde's death as Magne suspects it was not an accident. Magne learns the hammer he threw went over 1500 metres and embedded itself in Vidar Jutul's car, and strange occurrences happen at a school dance. Vidar admits to his wife that he killed Isolde. Magne's enquiries begin to disturb the Jutul's as Vidar searches for Isolde's mobile phone which has some incriminating photos of illegal waste disposal by Jutul Industries.
- Abusive Parents: Vidar beats up Fjor when he finds out that he urinated on Isolde's memorial. He is however less upset about the disrespectful act itself but rather about that this could reveal their family's secret.
- The Coroner Doth Protest Too Much: Magne becomes suspicious when the official reason of Isolde's crash keeps changing. At first the police said that she was struck by a lightning despite not being anywhere near a thunderstorm. Later they claim that she crashed into a mountain.
- Cry into Chest: Magne and Erik hug each other and cry when they go through Isolde's belongings.
- Dictionary Opening: The episode begins with a dictionary entry about the Norse god Thor.
- Does Not Know His Own Strength: Magne accidentally shatters a glass bottle between his hands, and later moves Erik's car with his bare hands.
- Everybody Must Get Stoned: Fjor takes over as DJ at the spring party for a moment. The music that he plays does something to everyone at the party. Fjor himself, his sister and Laurits start to dance jerkily as if they can't help it while everyone around them looks as if they're in trance.
- Excrement Statement: Fjor urinates on Isolde's memorial after Oscar reveals that he also put up a candle for her there.
- Eye Colour Change: During their dance at the party, Fjor and Saxa's eyes change to their supernatural yellow.
- A Glass in the Hand: Magne crushes a glass bottle with his hands after Gry agrees to dance with Fjol at the spring party.
- Guyliner: Laurits wears black eyeliner at the spring party.
- Healing Factor: Gry witnesses Vidar beat up Fjor until he is bloody, but when he sees Fjol again the next day there is not a single mark on his face.
- High-School Dance: The spring party is essentially a dance party.
- The Nose Knows: Magne notices that there are two different smells of blood on Isolde's jacket.
- Precision Crash: The hammer that Magne threw at the end of the previous episode flew over 1,5 kilometers before crashing into Vidar's windshield.
- The Reveal:
- Vidar and his family are not human.
- Vidar confesses to his wife that he killed Isolde.
- She Knows Too Much: Vidar tells his wife Ran that he killed Isolde because she saw something that she shouldn't have.
- Shrine to the Fallen:
- There are candles and flowers on Isolde's table in school.
- There is also a memorial at the place where Isolde died.
- Teacher/Student Romance: Ran sleeps with two students at the spring party.
- Title Drop: Magne calculates with his steps how far he threw the new sledgehammer: 541 meters.
- Wham Line: "But the humans like us."