Doesn’t it always seem like odd things occur when an elevator gets stuck with multiple people trapped inside? This week’s episode of “Killjoys” offers us another chance to see just how true that old chestnut is as Dutch, D’Avin and Johnny get themselves in the middle of yet another strange and deadly situation. The source and motivation behind what’s going on come as a surprise, particularly to Johnny.
Anger, accusations and dead bodies show up as someone grinds an axe with purpose against the group trapped in the elevator. Dutch and the gang begin a scary race to figure out who and what are involved as the battle to save everyone develops. The seeds of anger and revenge sprout into something very deadly. That there’s a hint, folks.
Episode 306, “Necropolis Now,” offers some interesting and potentially story-changing developments. We get a pair of intimate moments that turn negative — one that goes sideways immediately while the other takes time to develop and is helped down a dark road by some shady goings on from unlikely sources. And in the aftermath of that road we see some serious anger and damage being displayed.
As always, we’ve got the Hullen shadow standing over everything – from Dutch’s attempted recruitment of hoped-for resources to the betrayal of someone we had no idea could be betrayed – the Hullen continue to influence events in the Quad. We’re also given a little deeper look into The Nine’s involvement with the Hullen so many years ago and how they hope to deal with the threat looming ahead. Hint: It’s not the most courageous development we’ve ever seen.
This week we may be seeing a shift in what seemed to be so obvious a course previously — the battle between good and evil, between Hullen and humanity, between Dutch and Aneela. Things have changed a bit with developments in this week’s episode, so we may all have to toss away our preconceived notions of how this is all going down. The times, they are a changin’…perhaps?
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