At long last, the battle royal we’ve been waiting for is at hand in the Killjoys season finale, “Wargasm.” Dutch and Aneela finally square off and the punches, kicks and flippant comments start raining down in a downpour of acrimony and frustration until – well, let’s just say you won’t see the twist, then the turn, then the (gasp!) way it all comes to an end coming.
And then a familiar face we didn’t expect shows up to add some intrigue to the proceedings. We get all that we’ve waited for, and then some. It’s a cliffhanger wrapped in an riddle covered in hot chocolate WTH sauce — with sprinkles. You’ll enjoy it.
War has finally come to the Quad and a Trojan Horse moment sends things in a very different direction and sets our three heroes on very different paths (and elevators). Dutch, D’Avin and Johnny find themselves facing situations they didn’t anticipate, and along with their worthy allies, they attempt to tip the balance of power just long enough to win one for the good guys. It’s a tough go, but there’s success, failure and more than a few surprises, including a pre-war meal that’s going to look very familiar to folks (nice touch, that).
As with most plans on Killjoys, things don’t go according to script once the shots are fired and bodies start falling. New heroes will arise, gallantry will be demonstrated, and bonds and commitments will be created that should last well into that fourth season we all know we want and deserve. Michelle Lovretta and her salty crew of writers, actors and general creative types have put together a season finale worthy of the questions and potentially fun answers we will be seeking in the future (Damn it, Syfy Network, announce the fourth season is a go. NOW!!).
Death will be part of the package, but so will devotion to each other and a cause, while a shocking and unexpected moment of fear-infused passion brings two people together in an epic lip-lock. We will also talk baby names when things get really tense. Get ready, folks. The season 3 finale of Killjoys will give you all a warm and satisfying “Wargasm.”
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