Alright guys and gals we have a phenomenal episode brought to us tonight and boy was it really good! This episode is going to be remembered for a very long time! Let’s get to this review!
So in this episode we saw the aftermath of how Vic (Ashleigh Cummings) is dealing with Sharon (Elizabeth Stanley) death and from knowing who has Haley (Darby Camp) and after trying to get sleep but can’t Vic goes on a full vision sketch mayhem trying to sketch out Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) from what she could see of him. Terrifying her father Chris (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) and his girlfriend Tiffany (Jamie Neumann) the two don’t know how to help Vic. But then again no one except for Maggie (Jahkara Smith) knows what she’s dealing with.
Vic and Charlie finally get their meet, and try making a bit of understanding towards each other and what needs to happen in order for Vic to not end up either dead or broken like so many others who have crossed Charlie in the wrong way. But when Maggie chooses to get answers about the car, she gets more than what she bargained for by trying to understand the truth about the Wraith car. As Maggie so desperately tries to run to get to Vic; Maggie got hit by the Wraith and is now in the hospital for who knows how long. For all we know right now it could be for the rest of the season, but we will find out soon. All I know is we need Maggie, the woman needs to live, she’s the only one who really understands Vic.
And now they want Vic to have a psychotic evaluation because when she went with the route of telling Detective Hutter (Ashley Romans) about what really happened, the police thought she was a wack job and needs to be locked up. But we all know that nothing can keep Vic McQueen locked up forever, I’m sure she’s going to show these doctors that there’s nothing wrong with her at all. After all it’s just an evaluation they are gonna do on her, they can’t keep her against her will…right?
Honestly, this episode brought a lot of expectations to the table and I seriously can’t wait to see what will happen next. I mean the way how both Maggie and Vic opened up to each other in this episode was amazing. I want to see more of that, I feel like Maggie kind of sees Vic as that sister that she always really wanted and now that the two of them found each other it’s like a sisterly kind of bond they’ve created and I find that to be awesome! The writers themselves have done a phenomenal job with this episode and I can’t wait to see what they have up their sleeves for us next.
I have to be honest it’s been a while since I’ve been so excited to watch a television series and this one with each episode it brings to the table it opens our eyes to what a true horror series should be. Absolutely a great job to all the writers and show runner! You all have done a fantastic job with this episode!
Next Episode: Nos4A2 (S01E06) “The Dark Tunnels” airs Sunday July 7, 2019 at 10/9c on AMC