Happy Wednesday TV fans! After watching the USA network’s The Purge season 2 episode 6 last night, we finally got to see the man behind the voice of The Bobby Sheridan Show, as he reminded us that “You’re nobody in America unless someone wants to Purge you.” Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet.
In last night’s episode, “Happy Holidays,” Esme is on the run from the NFFA, which forces her to turn to an unlikely source for help. Meanwhile, The Campus Killer is certainly making a name for himself, but things get tricky when he returns home for break, and Marcus and Michelle invite Sam over for a chat.
My top 5 moments from The Purge season 2 episode 6 are:
“Either my guys join or I turn you in.”
Ryan tries to keep things moving for the plan, but things are getting much more complicated now that his former captain has joined in. The rest of the group does not trust her and rightfully so and it’s likely that she will turn the tables on Ryan and his group in the end.
Does Ryan have another plan up his sleeve?
We’ll have to find out, but I can’t wait to see what happens once all of the players are in place.
“She has committed an act of treason.”
After following up on some leads, Esme’s discoveries have been noticed by her supervisor, who reports that this is now a “Priority 1 Manhunt.” The NFFA shows off just how powerful they are, using every single form of technology against Esme to try and track her down.
Luckily, our girl is aware of some of the blind spots, which works to her advantage, but this is only a temporary solution.
It also looks like the girl she was training at the NFFA is on her side, as she changes several camera views to try and help Esme. At this point, Esme needs all the help she can get because I’m not sure that one can truly outrun the NFFA.
I’m still rooting for her anyway!
“So messed up…”
Yeah, you can say that again Ben, although you are proving to be quite the good liar under pressure. After being questioned about Andy’s death, Ben reveals that he was just nervous because he was smoking weed, which apparently is a class Y offense.
Ben returns home during school break with his girlfriend and it’s clear that the urge to Purge has not gone away just yet, as his older brother continues to push his buttons.
The Campus Killer is certainly making a name for himself, but now that Ben’s girlfriend has found his bloody God Purge mask, it looks like Ben is about to be exposed.
Will Ben really try and kill his girlfriend to keep this secret? We’ll have to wait and see, but she better watch her back for sure!
“I need your help.”
I had a feeling that Esme was going to turn to Ryan for help and she does in this episode. Ryan is skeptical at first, but decides to help hide Esme, realizing that they are ultimately both good people and want the same thing.
Ryan asks Esme if she thinks she can really take down the NFFA and perhaps she can if she gets some support here, but it’s not going to be easy.
Esme is welcomed in as the newest member of the team, so perhaps she can also help Ryan deal with his Captain problem…
“I wasn’t the only one.”
Marcus is still in shock over Michelle’s confession, but he is not about to let things go, as he decides to text Sam from Michelle’s phone, asking him over for a chat. Only Sam shows up with his wife, April, to make things even more awkward.
April apparently knows about the affair, but says she had no idea that Sam tried to Purge Marcus. At first, Sam says he didn’t do it and even tries to put the blame on Michelle, but eventually has a change of heart when Marcus holds his face above the stove burner.
Sam takes down his part of the contract, but we get another twist and learn that he wasn’t the only one and that apparently the whole neighborhood wanted to Purge Marcus.
So, what did Marcus do to piss everyone off? Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The Purge below in the comments section. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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