Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 3 episode 8: “Are You Leading or Am I?”

Happy Monday TV fans! After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 3 episode 8, I learned that “we all have monsters inside of us. It’s just that most people manage to keep theirs hidden.”

Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. 

In last night’s season finale episode, “Are You Leading or Am I?” Villaneve takes center stage to bring us some passionate and real moments. Truths are revealed as Carolyn and Konstantin also face off.

My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 3 episode 8 are:

5

“If Villanelle has retired, what’s left?”

In the beginning of the episode, Villanelle approaches Carolyn to accept her past job offer. She says that she is looking for a new challenge and wants to try something besides killing. You know, like spy stuff!

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I have to say that Villanelle would make a great spy, but Carolyn is not so convinced that she needs her on the team anymore. Villanelle is trying to prove that she can change, but perhaps she needs to first believe it herself before she tackles a new path in life.

4

“I want to feel like that.”

We got plenty of Villaneve moments during the season finale and I have to say that the dance between them was truly amazing. Even though dancing is not really their thing, both Villanelle and Eve have been dancing their own version of a tango (or maybe really a Paso Doble) for quite some time now, so it was brilliant to see them actually dance together.

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The tension and passion between them is beyond intense, but their moment in the spotlight is interrupted when another assassin shows up to bring Villanelle in for questioning.

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“You don’t know what’s good for you.”

That may be true, as Villanelle tells Eve to collect Konstantin’s money while she deals with the other assassin. Eve needs to brush up on her undercover skills, but let’s not forget that she’s “not a very nice lady.”

Meanwhile, Villanelle deals with her competition and allows an oncoming train to do her dirty work.

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Konstantin decides to check himself out of the hospital after eliminating Dasha for good and wants Eve to hand over the collection. Eve is not really buying it and Villanelle gets involved as well to make things even more complicated.

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“This was inevitable.”

Meanwhile, Carolyn tells her daughter to leave while also coming across some new footage of Kenny. After learning that Konstantin was there on the day he died, Carolyn decides to take matters into her own hands.

We get an awkward meet up between Carolyn, Konstantin, Villanelle, Eve, and Paul, as Carolyn confronts Konstantin.

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Konstantin fills in the blanks and explains that Kenny was getting too close to The Twelve, which is what we suspected. He told Kenny that he needed to come and work for The Twelve to try and protect him, but Kenny got upset and fell off the building in front of Konstantin.

Carolyn holds a gun up toward Konstantin as he begs for Villanelle to help him, but everyone seems to be frozen in place while this plays out. Carolyn decides to ultimately shoot Paul rather than Konstantin and tells him to leave before she changes her mind. It’s clear that Carolyn still has unresolved feelings for Konstantin, which spared his life, but she needed some kind of justice for her son’s murder.

Carolyn confesses that she is the one responsible, but Eve also reminds her that she just shot another connection to The Twelve. Eve is told by both Carolyn and Villanelle that “one cannot destroy The Twelve,” which seems to fuel Eve even more.

Will she be able to truly let things go? I’m not so sure, but we certainly get a lot of reveals during this finale.

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“I just see your face over and over again…”

Toward the very end of the episode, Villanelle and Eve take a moment to have a real and honest conversation. Villanelle reminds Eve that she was never like everyone else and asks her about her future. Eve finally lets her guard down completely and explains that she just sees Villanelle’s face.

Villanelle asks her if she ruined her life and also asks her if she thinks that she is a monster. Villanelle doesn’t want to kill anymore, but she also seems just as lost as Eve. In the end, she tells Eve that they both need to turn around and walk away, leaving a space between them.

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However, at the very end, they both turn around and look at each other, suggesting that even if they walk down a new path, their lives will be intertwined somewhat. In each season finale, we get some kind of space between them. In season one, Eve stabbed Villanelle and in season two, Villanelle evened the score and shot Eve.

In the season 3 finale, we still get this space between them, but it now seems like their is this understanding between them. They both recognize that they need to discover what to do next in their lives, but will they truly be able to move forward without looking back?

I’m not so sure. Either way, I thought this was a well done season finale and I can’t wait for season 4, which has already been confirmed!

Stay tuned!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 3 episode 6: “End of Game”

Happy Monday TV fans! After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 3 episode 6, I learned that even when you get everything you think you want, sometimes it’s not enough.

Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. 

In last night’s episode, “End of Game,” Villanelle gets promoted, but she starts to realize that she may be destined for a new path. Meanwhile, Eve attempts to get justice for Niko, which leads to an intense game of bowling.

My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 3 episode 6 are:

5

“Piss off forever.”

Surprise! Niko is actually alive after being brutally stabbed by a pitchfork. In the beginning of the episode, Eve visits him in the hospital. Niko is on a ventilator and can’t speak yet, but he still gets his message across to Eve.

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Eve is still determined to find out who is behind this and doesn’t think that Villanelle did it, even though the evidence is pointing in her direction.

I have to hand it to Eve. She sees through it all, but has she met her match with Dasha?

4

“To Villanelle, the Keeper!”

Villanelle meets Elena, who informs her that she has been promoted to Keeper, which is exactly what Villanelle wanted. Only she quickly discovers that the new job title is pretty much the same thing with better perks.

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Villanelle is disappointed and starts to truly wonder about what more she wants. It’s clear that Villanelle’s family visit had a major impact on her, but maybe she’s finally ready to start over fresh.

3

“I love hockey!”

There’s always one fan in the stands who is just overly loud and obnoxious and Villanelle decides to embrace her new love for sports by crashing Konstantin’s daughter’s hockey game. Villanelle hilariously explains that you can’t watch sports without a hot dog, but Konstantin gets the conversation back on track and tells Villanelle that she was not supposed to kill her mother.

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Konstantin wanted Villanelle to put her past behind her, but it looks like he’s ready to run away far from The Twelve…to Cuba?

Irina and Villanelle have a nice little chat about it, but can Villanelle really leave Eve behind?

2

“You can’t beat us.”

After getting some intel on Dasha from Carolyn, Eve is determined to track her down to get some answers. Carolyn warns Eve that Dasha is extremely dangerous, but there’s no stopping Eve when her mind is made up.

After taking out some of her frustration on a vending machine, Eve decides to crash Dasha’s bowling game and actually shows off some impressive skills. Go Eve!

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Dasha reminds Eve that she cannot win at this game, suggesting that The Twelve will always come out on top, but we’ll have to see how this plays out.

1

“I don’t want to do this anymore.”

Villanelle heads off to execute her latest kill and poses as a hair stylist with lots of flair. I’m not sure that I would want Villanelle behind me with a pair of scissors, but things get a bit sloppy when her target manages to stab her before she can kill him.

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Villanelle is always so precise and mechanical with her kills. It’s really more of an art form for her, which shows that she is clearly shaken up by everything. At the end of the episode, Villanelle reveals that she doesn’t want to do this anymore, but I’m not sure that The Twelve will accept no as an answer.

Meanwhile, we may have a new female assassin in town. Konstantin’s daughter, Irina, may have learned a thing or two from Villanelle after all and decides to run over her mother’s new overly nice boyfriend in front of him. Irina has been trying to get her father’s attention for a while and she recognizes that he cares for Villanelle, so is this a cry for attention or does she really have the killer instinct?

We also get a conversation between Carolyn and Konstantin where Kenny supposedly asked him if he was his father. We don’t get a concrete answer on this, but is this the reason he was killed or is there more to the story?

We have only two episodes left this season! Will we get another meet up between Villaneve or are they destined to go their separate ways? 

Stay tuned!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 3 episode 4: “Still Got It”

Happy Monday TV fans! After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 3 episode 4, I learned that “it’s all about choices.” Sometimes you think you are in control of your own destiny, but when other powers are at work, that feeling of helplessness becomes inevitable.

Please note MAJOR spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. 

In last night’s episode, “Still Got It,” it’s Eve’s birthday and Villanelle has figured out the perfect way to surprise her. Meanwhile, another character’s fate is determined after The Twelve plots to get between Villaneve.

My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 3 episode 4 are:

5

“Happy Birthday, Eve.”

Eve is completely obsessed with finding out more about Kenny’s murder and Villanelle’s new involvement, but it is her special day. Villanelle remembers her birthday and sends her a cake bus that doesn’t exactly sit well with Eve.

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Eve throws the cake over the side of a building in frustration, revealing that she hasn’t really dealt with their latest encounter. 

First, the stuffed animal and now the cake? Come on, Eve! Seriously, how cute is that cake? It’s the thought that counts…

4

“So I’m getting promoted?”

Villanelle jams out while baking a cake, but the end result doesn’t turn out so well. Dasha comes to visit her and asks her about what happened with Eve. Villanelle tries to play it cool, but is beyond excited when Dasha implies that she may be getting a new assignment or a promotion.

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Dasha tells Villanelle to stay put and she’s happy to bring her killer skills to a shopping spree, but can Villanelle really stay in one place that long?

3

“I need you to do something for me…”

After having some fun testing Konstatin’s patience, he reveals that he has found Villanelle’s family, but he needs her to do something for him first.

Konstantin constantly puts his own daughter on hold during this episode as does Carolyn. We know that their involvement in The Twelve takes priority, but what happens when they lose everyone they care about in the process?

2

“Try again…”

Villanelle’s latest hit takes place in a garden, but her hiccups get in the way. After her target tries to scare her to get rid of her hiccups, this leads to an interesting game between the two of them and it’s clear that Villanelle is having a lot of fun.

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Villanelle strangles the poor woman with a hose, but sadly her hiccups are still present…

1

“Drive a wedge between them…”

It may have seemed slightly out of place for Niko to get some screen time in the beginning of the episode, which should have been our first clue that something was very wrong here. We learn that Dasha has followed Niko to Poland, swiping his phone so that she can lure Eve to him.

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After being instructed by a representative from The Twelve to get Villanelle back on track by driving a wedge between her and Eve, Dasha takes it upon herself to frame Villanelle.

Eve arrives, thinking that Niko has agreed to talk things out with her, but Dasha is waiting with a pitchfork, stabbing poor Niko before Eve has the chance to say much of anything.

She leaves a note on his body, “Still Got It,” framing Villanelle. Sorry Baby…

Eve is completely shattered and in shock, as she watches poor Niko bleed out.

After losing Kenny, we have now lost another main character. I can’t say that I am completely surprised since Niko’s story has really played out, but I guess it was too much to ask to allow him to have a peaceful life as a baker in Poland. Sorry, Niko.

Now that these chess pieces have been strategically moved into place, what’s next? How will Eve react? What will Villanelle do when she finds out that she is being framed?

It looks like Villanelle will also be reunited with her family in next week’s episode. It will be interesting to see how they react to her return. I can’t wait for that!

Stay tuned!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 3 episode 3: “Meetings Have Biscuits”

Happy Monday TV fans! After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 3 episode 3, I learned that when you wear power, you want to keep it, and the only way to do that is with knowledge.

Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. 

In last night’s episode, “Meetings Have Biscuits,” Villanelle gets in touch with her motherly instincts. Meanwhile, Eve continues to try and get to the bottom of Kenny’s murder while Carolyn gets a lead on an asset of The Twelve.

My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 3 episode 3 are:

5

“I’m just having some fun.”

After her most recent killing spree, Villanelle is intrigued by a baby left behind. In fact, she is so intrigued that she decides to take the baby to lunch. Only that baby better stop crying because Villanelle doesn’t like it.

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It looks like Villanelle has made a tiny new friend, but Dasha is not amused and decides to put the baby in a trash can. Luckily, it is revealed later on the news that the baby is all right, but perhaps Villanelle should hold off on motherhood for a little while…

4

“This place is psychopathic…”

The moment I have been waiting for finally arrived! Villanelle finds herself walking through a shop filled with stuffed animals. She is clearly overwhelmed by all the cuteness stuffed with fluff, but decides to try out making her very own talking toy.

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Her recordings were certainly unique as she starts off her first attempt with, “I should have shot you in the head.” 

Villanelle begins several recordings about her mixed feelings on Eve and at least she has a new active listener. That bear was certainly made with care and Villanelle even sports her very own teddy bear T-shirt later on with pride.

3

“Hi Eve!”

Villanelle doesn’t exactly get the reaction she was looking for when she shows up in London and surprises Eve on the bus. Eve begins screaming and we get this entertaining fight between the two of them.

Villanelle tries to explain that she is not there for her, but Villaneve fans do get this passionate kiss between the two of them before Eve knocks her over the head.

After Eve gets over the shock of everything, she realizes that Villanelle is going to try and assassinate someone else and immediately tries to warn Carolyn.

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Only we find out that the target was actually the boring accountant from The Twelve. Now that Villanelle is back in town, the drama will certainly continue, but I hope that we can continue to get some more answers about The Twelve and Kenny’s murder as well.

2

“I want to find my family.”

Later in the episode, we get this laugh out loud hysterical moment when Konstantin comes home and finds Villanelle hiding in his bed. She certainly gets quite the scare out of him and I almost fell off my couch from laughing so hard. Seriously, she’s the best.

Villanelle reveals that she killed the accountant and then starts talking about wanting to find her own family. I’m glad that we are going to finally explore Villanelle’s roots and past. It’s about time!

1

“Admit it, Eve. You wish I was here.”

At the very end of the episode, Eve finds the stuffed animal that Villanelle made with love, care and obsession. Eve is not amused and rips out the heart recording. I was not really pleased with Eve ripping open the stuffed animal, but it’s safe to say that the obsession is back on.

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Perhaps Eve should have just smelled Villanelle like she asked. After all, she put quite a lot of effort into her new power scent, but has anything actually changed between these two? We’ll have to wait and see, but I just don’t want to lose the independent Villanelle that I have been loving so much.

Stay tuned!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 3 episode 2: “Management Sucks”

Happy Monday TV fans! After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 3 episode 2, I learned that “being hard on someone is sometimes what they need,” but it doesn’t always help you let go of all of the worry, grief, and regret.

Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. 

In last night’s episode, “Management Sucks,” Villanelle moves into her new place and attempts to mentor a new assassin, but she quickly learns that management is not that easy. Meanwhile, Eve and Carolyn attempt to cope in different ways.

My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 3 episode 2 are:

5

“I have no queries.”

We’re not used to a statement like this from Eve, who is always filled with endless questions. Eve is not coping with Kenny’s death well and refuses to admit that he took his own life. She drowns herself with alcohol and has a fit at the funeral, but it looks like she is not out of the game just yet when she swipes Kenny’s phone to get some answers.

Carolyn also seems to be having some trouble dealing with Kenny’s death as she wonders if they can play some better music. We also meet Carolyn’s daughter, Geraldine, who seems to have a lot of potential.

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Plus, I’m always happy to see a Game of Thrones alum.

4

“You like what you see?”

Meanwhile in Barcelona, Villanelle shows off some fantastic outfits in episode 2 and explores her new home. Seriously, I would love to raid her closet.

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It is quite magnificent and checks off all of her boxes…even the water pressure. Villanelle loves to live in style, but we’ll have to see if she is truly ready for her new position.

3

“I need to know what happened.”

After her outburst, Eve reminds Carolyn that she doesn’t work for her anymore. However, Carolyn reveals that Villanelle is back and working again. Eve tells her that she can’t help, but has this sparked her curiosity? I’m thinking so.

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It looks like Eve and Carolyn will team up once again in order to truly get to the bottom of Kenny’s death, but Konstantin is always watching…seriously don’t ever accept a gift from him.

2

“Anybody can fight. It takes a special person to kill.”

Villanelle is tasked with guiding a young potential assassin named Felix, but quickly discovers that management is far from easy. Villanelle hilariously asks him if he is ten years old and mocks his answers, which really gave me that Villanelle dark humor I have been craving.

Villanelle reminds Felix that she’s “kind of a big deal in this industry” and tries to show him the ropes as they show up for their first assignment…dressed as clowns.

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Villanelle keeps the laughs coming and perhaps she has a fallback career after all in her future. After Felix gets a little bit messy with the job, Villanelle takes him out of the picture for good. I guess killing isn’t for everyone…

1

“That’s not possible…”

At the end of the episode, Konstantin shows up and reveals that he is still working for The Twelve. He tells Villanelle that Eve is still alive, which has clearly unleashed something within her.

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We know that both Eve and Villanelle have been saying that they have dealt with what happened, but I’m not sure that either of them are in control right now and I can’t wait to see what happens when they finally come face to face with one another again.

Overall, I thought that episode 2 bounced back with flair and provided us with the dark humor we know and love. Villanelle was beyond fantastic and I hope that we can continue the episodes at this pace.

Stay tuned!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 2 episode 8: “You’re Mine”

Happy Monday TV fans!  After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 2 episode 8 season finale on AMC, I realized that what comes around, goes around.  Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet.  In last night’s episode, “You’re Mine,” armed guards from The Twelve show up and threaten Eve’s operation, which puts her life in immediate danger.  Meanwhile, Aaron wants Villanelle to work for him and Raymond comes back looking for revenge.  My top 5 moments from the Killing Eve season 2 episode 8 season finale are:

5

“Gentleman is a very common word.”

In the beginning of the episode, Eve hears a noise outside and is shocked when she discovers that Hugo has been shot.  Villanelle uses the safe word, “gentleman,” and Eve rushes over to her to save the day, leaving a note behind to help poor Hugo, who is left bleeding in the hallway.  When Eve arrives, she discovers that Villanelle appears to be fine and is sitting down for breakfast with Aaron.  Aaron recognizes Eve and Villanelle reveals her Russian accent, which is what truly surprises Aaron.  Villanelle went through some of Aaron’s homemade movies, which are quite disturbing, and he offers her the chance to work for him, telling her that she will never be bored again. 

Villanelle seems tempted by the offer and asks Aaron if he wants her to kill Eve and further asks if he would like to watch.  Of course our girl Villanelle does not disappoint, as she decides to slit Aaron’s throat instead and says, “Then watch this,” while turning him around to face his reflection.  Life or death with Villanelle is never boring, but Eve thinks that they have blown the mission now and realizes that they are in great danger.  She asks Villanelle why she used the safe word and Villanelle hilariously reminds her that “gentleman” is a very common word after all.

4

“This is not uncomfortable.  This is a setup.”

After convincing Villanelle to come with her, Eve rushes back to the place where she was staying, but Hugo’s body is gone and it looks like the room has been completely cleaned out, as all of the recordings have vanished as well.  Carolyn knocks on the door and Eve suddenly understands that she wanted Aaron dead all along.  Eve feels like a pawn, but Carolyn reminds her that “it was never going to be bloodless.”  Aaron’s data weapon was extremely dangerous and Carolyn did not want to take any chances, but she now leaves Eve with a very important choice, reminding her that she can’t play both sides.

Eve decides to leave and tells Carolyn that she plans on letting Kenny know about everything, but Carolyn turns the tables on Eve and reveals that Kenny was part of the cleanup operation.  It now makes sense why Kenny tried to tell Eve not to go to Rome in the first place.  It looks like Eve is on her own, but can she trust Villanelle to truly have her back now?

3

“What is it about her?”

After Carolyn confronts Eve, Villanelle gets her own visit from Konstantin, who tells her that he is there to save her.  Villanelle tells him that she will not leave Eve behind and Konstantin asks, “What is it about her?”  Villanelle explains that they are the same and they both end up choosing each other after discovering that they were played.  Villanelle reminds Konstantin that she will find him and his family and we know that she is not a fan of being double crossed.  Look out, Konstantin!

2

“You’re such a drama queen!”

When Villanelle goes looking for Eve, she finds Raymond waiting for her instead with an ax and she tells him, “You are the worst!”  Villanelle’s fight with Raymond is entertaining enough, but Raymond actually manages to get her into a choke hold and Eve nervously picks up the ax to help save Villanelle.  Villanelle tells her to do it over and over again and Eve finally strikes him with the ax in the shoulder.

Villanelle continues to struggle and tells Eve that she needs to hit him in the head.  After battling her inner conscience, Eve finally follows through, as Villanelle watches with pleasure, realizing that she has now truly brought Eve over to the dark side with her.  Will this connect them even more or will it drive a wedge between them?  We’re about to find out…

1

“You’re mine!”

After fleeing from the scene, Villanelle tells Eve that they can go to Alaska together and have a normal life.  She tells her that it is going to be amazing, but Eve suddenly realizes that Villanelle had a gun with her the entire time.  She asks Villanelle why she didn’t use the gun on Raymond and now understands that Villanelle wanted her to kill him.  Villanelle tells Eve, “I wanted you to know how it feels,” but Eve begins to walk away from her, not wanting to have any part of this Bonnie and Clyde adventure anymore.  Eve claims that she is no longer afraid because now she is like Villanelle and tries to pull away after the two almost share a kiss.

Eve successfully pulls away and Villanelle tries to tell her that she loves her, but Eve reminds her that she doesn’t understand what love is.  Our girl Villanelle always gets what she wants and tells Eve, “You’re mine,” right before shooting the gun.  We cut to Eve’s body on the ground and it looks like Villanelle has just turned the tables on her.  After all, Eve did stab her pretty brutally in the season one finale, so it only seems fair that Villanelle gets her chance to even the score in the season two finale.  What does this mean for season three?  Will Eve be OK?  Is Villanelle finally done with her?  So many questions and I can’t wait to find out what happens next!  Stay tuned for season three!

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Ranking the top 5 moments from “Killing Eve” season 2 episode 3: “The Hungry Caterpillar”

Happy Monday TV fans!  After watching BBC America’s Killing Eve season 2 episode 3 on AMC, I realized that there’s always an effective way to get back at someone and Villanelle is the queen of this.  If your new handler is not so nice, why not go on a shopping spree on him?  Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet.  In last night’s episode, “The Hungry Caterpillar,” Villanelle claims that she is not jealous of the new female assassin with the clever nickname, “Ghost,” but she starts to have second thoughts when she realizes she may have Eve’s undivided attention.  Meanwhile, Eve tries to show her support for Niko by attending one of his school functions, but has trouble leaving the job behind her for the night.  My top 5 moments from Killing Eve season 2 episode 3 are:

5

“Hate is something she understands.”

After the shocking twist in last week’s episode, Eve has a conversation with Konstantin.  Konstantin asks Eve:  “You think she loves you?  Then make her hate you…hate is something she understands.  Look what happens to those she loves.”  This clearly hits home with Eve and she does begin to really contemplate her own feelings and thoughts, but I don’t think it has tamed the obsession going on between her and Villanelle just yet.  Konstantin makes a valid point; however, and he understands what it means to have Villanelle’s distorted affection, as he points out that she did try to kill him.

Is Eve any different from the others Villanelle has loved or will she end up in the same predicament?  I’m not sure, but it seems like Eve really challenges Villanelle, which may not be something she is used to.  Villanelle likes to maintain control, but I think that deep down she truly wants to be surprised, so that she can tap into some hidden feelings of her own and know what it feels like to truly be alive.

4

“Uh oh…are you trying to make me jealous?”

Villanelle’s new handler, Raymond, tells her about the new female assassin, “Ghost,” and also explains that she doesn’t work for them just yet.  So who does Ghost work for and what does she want?  We know that Villanelle loves to hog the spotlight and is not a fan of discrete kills, but will this throw her off her game now that she knows that Eve is involved?  We’ll have to wait and see, but I’m looking forward to meeting Ghost face-to-face.

3

“Do you have cats?  Maybe you should just get another one…”

Eve puts on her gorgeous new blue dress and meets Niko at his school function, but is not too thrilled with the company he is keeping, as she notices another co-worker flirting with him.  Villanelle also makes an appearance at the school function with an adorable new disguise that sort of reminded me of Velma from Scooby Doo if she suddenly found her inner Daphne.  Even though Eve does not see Villanelle, she is pretty much everywhere.  Eve panics when she sees the apple in Niko’s classroom and is immediately on edge.

Villanelle also takes some quality time with the co-worker crushing on Niko and gives her some life lessons about getting more cats.  Eve pulls the fire alarm to get outside, but she doesn’t notice Villanelle right behind her, who slips her a clue.  Eve is always so meticulous and contemplative about everything, but it appears that she may be slightly off her game because of Villanelle’s impact on her.  Will she be able to get it together?  Let’s hope so!

2

“I’m going to offer you something she won’t…”

Later on, Eve approaches Konstantin behind Carolyn’s back and offers to tell him where his family is if he tells her what she wants to know.  This is a dangerous play here, as Eve goes against Carolyn, which may have severe consequences at her job.  However, Eve is thinking in the moment and desperately wants to find Villanelle and also discover more information on The Twelve.  Eve recognizes that the elevator death is not Villanelle’s usual style, but the lipstick clue she left says otherwise.

Carolyn is not too happy with Eve’s play here, as it ultimately backfires, but will Eve really be able to stick to her side from now on?  At the end of the episode, Eve begins to put the lipstick on and cuts her lip, realizing that Villanelle hid a blade underneath.  What does this mean for Eve?  It looks like Villanelle is not playing sweet and nice with her anymore, but that doesn’t mean that her obsession is gone.  However, it may have just reached a new level now, becoming that much more dangerous.  Watch out, Eve!

1

“This is a terrible hug.”

Konstantin comes for Villanelle and she begins running toward him.  However, instead of trying to kill him, she embraces him with a hug and hilariously asks:  “You’re not still mad about that are you?”  Villanelle may have tried to kill Konstantin, but he seems to ultimately need her.  He offers her a partnership and gets Villanelle out of there right before Eve barges into the room.  There are so many missed encounters in this episode between Eve and Villanelle, but I’m intrigued to find out what will finally happen when they come face-to-face with one another.

As Villanelle drives off with Konstantin, she hilariously begins singing obnoxiously to “Listen To Your Heart” by Roxette, which you can listen to here!  Villanelle has many talents, but I’m not sure that singing is one of them, but this moment just made me adore Villanelle that much more.  What will she do next now that she is working with Konstantin?  Stay tuned! 

I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Killing Eve in the comments section below.  Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!

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