[Header Image: Hannah John-Kamen as Dutch | Syfy/Space]
Will Killjoys ever give me a break? Last week had me crying a ton and this week left us on a fairly big cliffhanger. I don’t want to wait for season 5 and yet, here we are. At least this was a killer finale.
I really liked that we picked up this episode where the last one left off. I appreciated that D’avin and Johnny didn’t believe that it was Aneela at first and then later when it’s confirmed, they don’t trust her entirely. Although she has proven herself I get why so many people don’t trust her and/or want to kill her.
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[Header Image: Hannah John-Kamen as Aneela| Syfy/Space]
We finally find out where Delle Seyah Kendry is and what she’s been up to since she left. We knew that she wasn’t going back to Qresh, at least not right away and now we know that she’s been tracking down Khlyen’s safe houses in order to use to his research to figure out how to get in the green and what not.
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[Header Image: Jaeden Noel as Jaq Kin Rit | Syfy/Space]
This episode was a little more contained, it focused on Dutch and Jaqobis with a bit of Zeph as well. At the end of the previous episode, we found out that D’avin was taking Jaq to his home planet and the Hullen were following close behind.
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[Header Image: Karen Glave as Yalena Kin Rit, and Hannah John-Kamen as Aneela| Syfy/Space]
Can we please just give Pree and Gared the best couple award already? This entire episode was filled with such goodness when it comes to these two and I loved every second of it.
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[Header Image: Hannah John-Kamen as Dutch, and Jaeden Noel as Jaq Kin Rit | Syfy/Space]
In last week’s review I said that it makes sense for Pree, Fancy, and Turin to team up to find where the Hullen soldiers and missing children went to and towards the end of this episode we got that.
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[Header Image: Jaeden Noel as Boy | Syfy/Space]
One of the small but still important parts of the episode was the kids being taken from Old Town. It was really fun to see Gared and Fancy working together considering how opposite they are in terms of personality. I was also starting to wonder what Gared was getting up to, it feels like forever since we last saw him!
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