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Big Sky Winter Finale Review – [SPOILER] Dies (1×09)

BIG SKY - ÒLet It Be HimÓ Ð In an action-packed episode, while knocking on doors and searching for clues, Cassie unexpectedly comes face-to-face with Ronald, which puts her in danger and triggers her memory from the pairÕs prior meeting. Elsewhere, not feeling like she can trust her husband, Merilee makes a life-changing decision that puts both her and RickÕs fates into her own hands on an all-new episode of ÒBig Sky,Ó TUESDAY, FEB. 16 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Darko Sikman) BRIAN GERAGHTY

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The winter finale of Big Sky was one wild ride!

But was justice served? That depends on your definition of justice. 

The episode kicked off with Erik trying to get inside Ronald’s head.

As he was sitting in a cage in a gasoline-doused basement with two dead bodies surrounding him, he still found the courage to antagonize his captor. That is one brave kid! 

Ronald’s biggest mistake up until his point was opening the door when Cassie was canvassing the neighborhood to find Erik. While she didn’t immediately recognize Ronald, which was surprising considering she had a sketch on the newspaper front page that looked exactly like him, she didn’t disappoint as she remembered a brief brush-in with him at Merilee’s shop. 

Going off a hunch, they were able to track down his mother’s social media page, which had a photo of Ronald that Jerilee was able to identify. And once that happened, all bets were off!

Cassie is seriously a gem. She’s been pivotal to this whole case. If it wasn’t for her and her trusting her gut, they likely wouldn’t have even found the girls in the first place. But not only did she save the girls and prove that Rick Legarski was guilty, she was also the one responsible for locating Ronald and saving Erik. 

Unfortunately, Ronald was too smart and had a plan for when he would get caught. It was only a matter of time, so you have to commend him on being prepared.

When SWAT rolled in, he set his plan into motion by rigging the house with trap guns and setting off a gas leak. 

Thankfully, no one was injured in the explosion, not even Jenny, who stayed back despite orders to evacuate to save Erik, which ended up being Ronald’s mother placed there as a decoy. 

He really is a twisted man! Did anyone else scream after seeing her decaying face? 

It took them way too long to figure out that Ronald likely used the late priest’s Tesla as his getaway car, and really, that’s a sign of the times that a serial killer is escaping in a Tesla! 

For the next half of the episode, I was convinced we were watching a Tesla commercial. Seriously, did that not convince you to upgrade to an electric car? Did you see that smooth stop when Cassie and Jenny cut the car off while it was on autopilot?

As Jenny and Cassie pursued the car, I was convinced Ronald put it into autopilot and abandoned it with Erik. However, I didn’t account for the fact that something had to be weighing down the steering wheel, so the shot of the dead priest was gruesome.

And poor Erik. He held it together, but he’s just a kid! He’ll carry that trauma that he endured throughout that whole order for a long time. At least there was a happy ending for him and his mother! 

Sadly, Ronald’s escape was too clean. Tubb was right — he waited until the hunters passed until he made his escape. As we saw him merrily driving his rig towards some new future, I was angry and impressed by his ability to escape capture despite the walls closing in on him. 

But if the show has taught us anything about Cassie, she’s not going to back down anytime soon. A new mystery may be starting in April, but Ronald will eventually get what’s coming to him! I’m sure of it. 

Big Sky Winter Finale Review Let It Be Him Season 1 Episode 9

BIG SKY – ÒLet It Be HimÓ Ð In an action-packed episode, while knocking on doors and searching for clues, Cassie unexpectedly comes face-to-face with Ronald, which puts her in danger and triggers her memory from the pairÕs prior meeting. Elsewhere, not feeling like she can trust her husband, Merilee makes a life-changing decision that puts both her and RickÕs fates into her own hands on an all-new episode of ÒBig Sky,Ó TUESDAY, FEB. 16 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Darko Sikman)
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While justice may not have been served with Ronald, some might argue that Rick got what he deserved.

Since he woke up from his coma, audiences have been wondering if he really was experiencing memory loss or if he was simply faking it.

His act was convincing, and he even managed to pass a lie-detector test, but the finger tapping was something that Merilee simply couldn’t shake.

And neither could I! The nervous tick was a dead giveaway that he was lying.

There was also the fact that he a clear memory of all the women that he sold into sex trafficking during a dream and when he apologized, he explained that it “got out of hand.” Sign number two that Rick’s memory was in-tact. 

And as Merilee began reminiscing about their relationship to figure out how exactly she was duped all these years, she realized that all of his little sing-songs were about killing including “If I Had a Hammer,” which led her to the conclusion that Rick was coming to kill her that night. 

I thought that by taking out the hammer, she was simply trying to provoke Rick so that he’d snap and reveal that it was all an act. 

And technically she did.

When he said it was her “menopause” talking, you could see a flicker of the real Rick breaking through. It was a smug, assholish way of speaking that was far from the innocent act he’d been putting on this whole time.

At the moment, you saw Merilee snap. 

The rage and embarrassment of being used and lied to simply bubbled up the surface, and she couldn’t fathom the idea of him walking free after committing murder.

They always say “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”

His death, at the hands of his wife using the same hammer that he tried to kill her with, was disturbingly poetic. 

I fully thought it was another hallucination where she was contemplating what it would be like to dole out justice and redeem herself, but this time, it was for real. 

To be honest, I’m kind of disappointed by it. Merilee was hurt, and she deserved to recover from this and move on. Sure, she’d have some major trust issues to work through, but it would have been the healthier alternative for her in the long run.

I would have rather she proved that he was lying and had him stand trial so that he would have to confront all the pain he caused and answer for the crimes he committed. 

After all, he was clearly feeling guilty in his subconscious, so having him live with that guilt would have been the perfect punishment. 

However, there was never any guarantee that he wouldn’t walk free, and killing him ensured that the monster met a permanent punishment. I can’t be upset by that either. 

In the end, the moment was pure shock value, and even if you wanted a different outcome, there was something freeing about Merilee getting a smidge of power back from the man who mentally and emotionally abused her throughout life. 

With the mystery of Montana’s missing girls closed, at least partially, Big Sky is going on hiatus until April before returning with episodes that feature “deeper secrets” and “bigger twists,” per the teaser.

Cassie and Jenny have grown so much over the course of nine episodes, and their relationship has flourished to the point that Cassie even scolded Jenny after almost losing her in the explosion. 

There’s no denying that they make a great team and the world needs their services for situations and cases that the police, the FBI, and other law enforcement agencies fail to investigate. 

And while Cassie and Jenny’s detective adventures will take them in a whole new direction, the teaser does reveal that someone will eventually pop up with information about Ronald. And we cannot wait for that glorious day to come. 

What started as a mildly sloppy series in the first few episodes has turned into the most compelling series on television. 

What did you think of the episode?

Was justice served? Where is Ronald going?


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      Everything We Know About ‘Big Sky’ Season 3

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      Everything We Know About Big Sky Seas 3

      ABC’s Big Sky was a breakout hit when it first premiered in 2020, but since then, it’s become a fan-favorite drama as we follow the brilliant detective work and crime solving of Jenny Hoyt (Katherine Winnick) and Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury). 

      The serial has found success with its mystery-of-the-season format. It’s not entirely a procedural, but adding a new case each season allows the series to capitalize on the familiarity of old characters while enticing fans with brand-new cases and a rotating cast of players that bring mischief and chaos to the otherwise picturesque town. 

      Season 3, specifically, is getting quite an upgrade with some heavy Hollywood hitters! 

      And as the premiere date inches closer, we’re breaking down everything there is to know about Big Sky Season 3.

       

      What Will the Show Be Titled?

      Big Sky is being dubbed Big Sky: Deadly Trails to reflect the season’s theme! 

       

      Who Will Appear on Big Sky Season 3?

      The season will see the regular cast return.

      • Katheryn Winnick as Jenny Hoyt, an ex-cop turned deputy detective
      • Kylie Bunbury as Cassie Dewell, the private detective running the show at Dewell & Hoyt investigation agency
      • Dedee Pfeiffer as Denise Brisbane, an employee of D&H that provides comedic relief mostly 
      • Jesse James Keitel as Jerrie, an employee of D&H and Ronald Pergman’s previous victim
      • Omar Metwally as Mark Lindor, a deputy marshal and Cassie’s significant other
      • J. Anthony Pena as Deputy Poppernak, Jenny’s partner in the sheriff’s office who also serves as the right-hand/comedic relief. He was upped to series regular this season
      • Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Tonya, a local waitress-turned-crime associate (and Ren’s right-hand woman) who has been upped to series regular this season

      Possibly returning:

      • Logan Marshall-Green as Travis Stone, Jenny’s on-again-off-again working undercover to avenge his former lover
      • Janina Gavankar as Ren Bhullar, the daughter of a drug lord who is expanding business into Montana. Her storyline wrapped up but it’s possible she’ll be around considering Jamie-Lynn Sigler was upper to series regular for the season
      • Anja Savcic as Scarlet Leyendecker, Ronald Pergman’s girlfriend who did the right thing by giving Phoebe over. Her storyline felt wrapped up, but Scarlet has a way of popping up again and again as a recurring mystery
      Big Sky Season Finale Review Catch a Few Fish Season 2 Episode 18

      BIG SKY – ÒCatch a Few FishÓ Ð In a struggle between head and heart, final resolutions are made as Jenny works to find Travis before he reaches a dangerous point of no return; meanwhile, Ren and Jag find a new familial bond and decide together how to handle their father now that heÕs crossed a serious line. After receiving a startling surprise from Scarlett, Cassie changes the course of her quest for justice forever. Later, with Tubb out of commission for the time being, a new sheriff comes to town; and after getting fully acquainted with Cassie and Jenny, it seems like he may just stick around for a while É on the season two finale of ÒBig Sky,Ó THURSDAY, MAY 19 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Anna Kooris)
      KATHERYN WINNICK, JENSEN ACKLES

      Any New Faces Coming to Town?

      Helena, Montana definitely seems like a popular place to spend your time as this season will welcome some famous stars who will be involved in the deadly new mystery occupying Jenny and Cassie’s time.

       

      Reba McEntire as Sunny Barnes,  a “successful backcountry outfitter with a secret history of missing customers.”

      Jensen Ackles as Beau, the freshly appointed sheriff after sheriff Tubbs’ shooting. We met him in the Big Sky Season 2 finale

      Henry Ian Cusack as a tech exec named Avery

      Luke Mitchell as play Sunny’s son Cormac

      Anirudh Pisharody comes on vacation from New York with his girlfriend looking for a wilderness adventure

      Madalyn Horcher the other half of the young couple from NY looking for a good time in the wild

      Seth Gabel as Walter, a recluse living in the woods

      Rosanna Arquette as Virginia “Gigi” Cessna, Jenny Hoy’s charismatic and fast-talking mother. “She’s a world-class scam artist who used childhood Jenny in her grifts, much to present-day Jenny’s resentment. Gigi has an uncanny ability to charm her way into people’s lives and then disappear without a trace. When she returns to Helena to pull her latest con, Jenny catches onto her and mother-daughter must work through their difficult relationship.”

       

      What Can We Expect?

      The official description via the ABC press site notes: Reba McEntire and Jensen Ackles step into the world of “Big Sky” on its new night, bringing with them a new mystery to unravel as the mercurial matriarch of an established local family and the new sheriff in town, respectively.

       

      Big Sky Season 3 Trailer

       

      When Does Big Sky Season 3 Premiere?

      The crime thriller will be moving to a new night — Wednesday. It will premiere on September 21, 2022 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. 

       


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      Big Sky Season Finale Review – Catch a Few Fish (2×18)

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      Big Sky Season Finale Review Catch a Few Fish Season 2 Episode 18

      The Big Sky season 2 finale was — and I hate to say this — uneventful. 

      There were some high moments, but overall, it was a bit of an anticlimactic outcome to a seriously twisted and dark season. 

      Why is that?

      Most of the major storylines were wrapped up, but it was too neat for the magnitude of the storylines delivered over the course of 18 episodes.

      I’ll start with Scarlett as she’s been the overarching connection to Ronald Pergman for two seasons. 

      She may have been a sociopath, but there’s no denying that Scarlett was a mother that cared deeply about her daughter. She would’ve done anything for Phoebe. 

      So, when it became abundantly clear that Cassie was right — she’d never outrun the syndicate and be “safe” — she dropped Phoebe off at Cassie’s apartment, along with the drive detailing all the info on the sex trafficking ring. 

      It’s the smoking gun as that drive is the exact reason that the syndicate is after her. 

      Of course, the fact that Scarlett witnessed the dangers that this lifestyle poses to Phoebe firsthand likely impacted her decision to give up her daughter, along with Phoebe’s declaration that she no longer wants to live life on the run. 

      After everything she’s been through and witnessed — including her mother killing a man with her bare hands — Phoebe was strangely okay when she was handed over to Cassie and Lindor. Scared and unsure? Yes. But she was already thriving in a home setting more than she ever was around her mother and Ronald. The poor girl just needs stability and a hot meal. Scarlett never could’ve provided her with that, so good on her for doing the right thing by her baby even if it completely broke her. Over the course of the season, she lost the only two people she ever cared about, so on some human level, I feel bad for the girl. 

      We’ve seen the dangers the syndicate poses firsthand as they’ve come after Ronald, Scarlett, and Wolf, so it’s only a matter of time before they set their sights on Dewell and Hoyt. After all, they unlocked the drive, which means that they already know too much. 

      I was genuinely expecting something to come of that drive — at least a warning to the detective agency from the syndicate member or something. They are clearly tying up loose ends, so why wouldn’t they be more careful about trying to open encrypted files?

      Again, it felt anticlimactic, though, I know we’ll explore this more in season 3. 

      The Bhullar storyline also came to a close, and with it, Travis’s quest for answers and revenge. Well, sort of. 

      Veer Bhullar wasn’t just a problem for Travis. It turns out that a lot of people wanted him dead, including his own girlfriend and children. 

      Alicia was right when she predicted that he would die at the hands of his son, but she failed to mention that Ren would be stoking the flames. After his father seemed all too comfortable with having his son killed, Jag returned the favor and mustered up the courage that his father never believed he possessed. 

      Big Sky Season Finale Review Catch a Few Fish Season 2 Episode 18

      BIG SKY – ÒCatch a Few FishÓ Ð In a struggle between head and heart, final resolutions are made as Jenny works to find Travis before he reaches a dangerous point of no return; meanwhile, Ren and Jag find a new familial bond and decide together how to handle their father now that heÕs crossed a serious line. After receiving a startling surprise from Scarlett, Cassie changes the course of her quest for justice forever. Later, with Tubb out of commission for the time being, a new sheriff comes to town; and after getting fully acquainted with Cassie and Jenny, it seems like he may just stick around for a while É on the season two finale of ÒBig Sky,Ó THURSDAY, MAY 19 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Anna Kooris)
      OMAR METWALLY, KYLIE BUNBURY

      Truthfully, Veer did this to himself. He pushed his own children away, and he pushed them towards hatred and wanting to steal the family business away from him. 

      Once Ren realized that her father was pretty much a monster, she allowed Travis to get his hands on Veer. It’s the very reason why she kept him around because she knew he had what it took to eliminate him if it came to it. 

      Travis seemed promising throughout the season. I mean, I know that he got in way over his head, but it always seemed like he had some kind of plan if the moment ever arrived. 

      And then, when it finally did, Travis was a complete mess. He took Veer to where he previously kept T-Lock locked up and just laid in the punches until Veer got to talking. There was no strategy at play, which was disappointing. 

      Like what if Veer didn’t talk? Would he just kill him and destroy the possibility of getting answers?

      Veer ended up confessing that Kate Garza was still alive, but he’s a deceptive man who stares down danger and doesn’t flinch, so who knows if he’s telling the truth. 

      Jenny and her new partner, Beau (Jensen Ackles), arrived on the scene just in time to stop Travis from actually killing Veer. 

      Of course, that allowed Jag to deliver the final blows via a hospital pillow. 

      Veer never saw it coming, but he almost asked for it with all the gaslighting and instigating that he did. I mean, how many times did he put Jag down and basically deny giving Mason the A-ok to shoot his son? It really shouldn’t have come as a surprise to him. 

      And it surely didn’t to Alicia. She was plotting and making moves for this very outcome from Day 1.  

      The “insurance” paperwork that she had Veer sign actually gave her power of attorney over the business, so she was able to make off with a huge chunk of cash.

      Alicia was always in it for the hustle, and it just goes to show you how much Veer’s ego blindsided him.

      I genuinely enjoyed the moment between Alicia and Tonya. They are, in a way, kindred spirits, and the advice not to die on Montana is sound. 

      Tonya has always been in over her head, but she’s now addicted to this lifestyle, so I don’t see her breaking away from Ren ever. 

      It definitely seemed like a curtain call on the Bhullar siblings, but it’s unclear if we’ll see their operation become a problem in the future. 

      Big Sky has a tendency to reinvent itself and the mysteries with each season, so my guess is that even if they are in the picture still, they’ll be in the background. 

      It’s also unclear how Travis plans to find Kate with zero information and resources. Ren and Jag have no idea where she is, and the only person who had any intel is dead. 

      What’s his plan?

      Though, it was big of Jenny to take the empathetic approach and give Travis the chance to finish what he started. He was so passionate and dedicated, that if his whole life is about to wither away in prison, at the very least, it should all mean something. 

      Do you think Kate’s actually alive?

      I wasn’t exactly digging Beau’s energy when he first showed up — his Texas was showing, and it was a lot. 

      But by the end of the episode, he definitely grew on me. It honestly feels like he’s Cordell Walker’s counterpart/brother, which is fitting considering the renovated Walker is Ackles’ Supernatural co-star Jared Padalecki. 

      Beau is a nice addition to the two-woman show that is Jenny and Cassie. He seems to be a buffer between their personalities. Plus, he definitely knew exactly what to expect for Jenny, and he trusts her enough to believe that she knows what she’s doing when she makes her calls. 

      Tubb was a bit of a hardass on her and was constantly pushing back, so Beau’s approach of letting her do her thing and having her back is refreshing. Admittedly, Jenny does need to be reigned in sometimes, so I hope that he’ll be the checks and balances that she needs from a partner. 

      With Denise, Jerrie, Lindor, and Beau to complete the squad, D&J has a pretty solid lineup going into next season. 

      And that’s not even including Reba McEntire, who is joining the cast! 

      If there’s one thing Big Sky knows how to do, it’s build out the squad. 

      To sum it all up: Phoebe is safe, Scarlett is on the run, the syndicate is after her and likely after J&D+ team for having access to the drive, Travis has gone rogue to find Kate, Veer is dead, the Bhullar siblings are closer than ever and running the cartel show, and Beau is Hoyt’s new partner. And he can throw a punch that can knock the wind out of Donno, so for that, he’s impressive. 

      What did you think of the finale? It wasn’t terrible because everything that happened made sense, but it simply wasn’t the jaw-dropping, OMG-moment-inducing finale that I expected either. 

      Do you have any hopes for season 3? Share them in the comments below! 


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      Big Sky Review – Family Matters (2×17)

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      Big Sky review Family Matters Season 2 Episode 17

      I’m going to need everyone on Big Sky to just take a breather.  

      The penultimate episode revealed that sometimes, family can be your own worst enemy. 

      At least, that was true for Jagat. Dynamics between a father and son tend to be complicated, but allowing your own son to be shot as you turn your back on him is just plain cruel. 

      I don’t care what events transpired right before the shooting either — it’s a major sign of disrespect.

      Veer’s pride took a hit, but again, that’s no excuse to give someone the go-ahead to kill your son. 

      And knowing that Veer has done his fair share of terrible things didn’t make this any easier to swallow; his actions and lack of empathy for his son were jolting. 

      I’m #TeamJag all the way. I want him to get his revenge. 

      You also can’t blame me for not buying any of the things Veer said to Ren at the end of the episode. 

      Veer doesn’t strike me as the kind of man that will just give up his power. Alicia may have stood up to him — and good on her for coming into her own and not being intimidated by him — and promised to leave him if he didn’t give the reigns to his children, but considering he’s killed his girlfriends before, I don’t think he’d just have a change of heart just because she told him to. 

      Though, I am so intrigued by how Alicia stood her ground. It almost seemed like she was the boss in all of this, which would be a major game changer. 

      Overall, I’m distrusting because the Bhullar clan is not one to reveal their hand. We don’t know what Veer has gotten into, only that he’s not doing well financially. 

      Ren seems to have an idea of the direction she wants to take the company, but it’s unclear how she plans to proceed with the knowledge that Travis is a cop. You would think that she would simply ask Donno to take care of him, but we know she hasn’t done that because Travis is still very much alive and very determined to get his revenge on Veer for what he did to Kate Garza. 

      Ren knows who her father is, but she’s also always idolized him. I think digging up the truth about Kate helped her see her father in a new light. She seemed equally as upset about it as Travis, which is why I can’t shake the feeling that she’s going to be the one to secure her father’s downfall.

      I was convinced that right as Veer was telling Ren that he loves her and that he knows she’s his heir, Travis was going to walk in and shoot him with Ren’s permission. 

      I see them in a Bonnie and Clyde type of situation just riding into the deranged sunset together. 

      Travis has gone off the deep end — he’s willing to risk it all for his mission. While I don’t think he’ll die, I do think that his involvement in the cartel and with Ren is more permanent. 

      He’s dirty, and there’s no coming back from that. 

      Truthfully, I wouldn’t blame Ren for turning her back on her father. 

      She’s always sought out his acceptance, but seeing him completely turn on his own child out of shame may have swayed her decision. She knows she can have a better handle on the business, so eliminating her father from the equation would allow her to do it while also dishing out the proper punishment for how he treated Jag. 

      As the mastermind behind many of the decisions this season, I think Ren has something up her sleeve that’s going to make jaws drop. 

      Veer had an interesting take on the business when he was confronted by Richard. He has a good read on people, so he didn’t seem all that intimidated by the man with the gun because he never actually thought he would shoot. 

      I think Veer was slightly surprised that Richard had it in him to shoot his son, but he also gave him no choice. Instead of apologizing, he belittled him by calling Mason, the son who died of an overdose because of his tainted drugs, weak. 

      Veer didn’t care about cutting the drugs with fentanyl because he saw what he did as cutting poison with poison. If you don’t see the problem, you’ll never actually feel bad for your actions. 

      It’s almost disturbing that someone has the means to distribute drugs and no care for who they hurt. 

      Grief affects us all in different ways, so Richard’s actions, while extreme, weren’t entirely surprising. He wanted to get revenge on the people who killed his son, however, the game was rigged because it was never an eye-for-an-eye since Veer never cared about his son. He basically handed him over on a platter.

      In a way, Mason was much luckier than Jag. His death was a tragedy, but it proved just how much his father loved him. Veer, on the other hand, told a man to shoot without giving his son a second thought. 

      You can’t blame the Bhullar kids for being as messed up as they are. 

      Cassie’s grief manifested as she sought out a counseling group to work through her emotions. 

      As she talked about keeping Ronald with her as a reminder never to let her guard down, she got a call from Scarlett, who was trying to sell her information in exchange for her and Phoebe’s safety. 

      Of course, safety is a loose term when Humbert, a man from the syndicate, is tailing you because you stole evidence that can bring down the whole sex trafficking ring. I love that we’re making a full circle right back to this storyline. 

      Scarlett, unfortunately, is in danger, and instead of putting her daughter’s safety first, she’s willingly putting her in danger, too. Love makes you do crazy things, but it’s heartbreaking to watch Phoebe dragged into all of this. She knows that their lifestyle isn’t normal, so it’s only a matter of time before she escapes her mother’s clutches. She’s been going along with everything because of her loyalty to her mother, but we know that Phoebe is observant and will eventually realize that something is off. 

      The worst-case scenario is that she’ll witness her mother getting killed, be it by the syndicate or Cassie. 

      Cassie’s goal was to bring Phoebe to safety as she knows just how ruthless the syndicate is. They are tying up loose ends — first they came for Tubbs, then they approached Scarlett. 

      I’m just glad that Jenny was in Tubb’s hospital room to make sure that nothing happened to him. 

      She fights for the people she loves, but unfortunately, her love might not be enough for Travis anymore. 

      He’s willing to risk it all to get his revenge, but as he pointed out, Jenny always had an inkling it would come to this. She didn’t want to admit it, but it is the truth. Their relationship never had a shot at surviving this mess and everyone knows it except for her. Everyone has told her to cut Travis and walk away, and I fear that if she doesn’t, she’s going to end up with more than a broken heart. 

      The season finale blows Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles into town as the new acting sheriff, and him and his cowboy hat look like they mean business. 

      I’m not saying that Jenny needs a new love interest, but with Travis having gone completely rogue, I can see this being a potential thing moving forward. Especially since we all know how much Jenny loves mixing business with pleasure. 

      Will the season finale finally wrap up Scarlett’s storyline and put an end to the sex trafficking syndicate? Or will she once again escape from Cassie’s grasp?

      And how will the Bhullars’ story end? I don’t expect they’ll stay in Helena for much longer, but as seasons go, they were definitely the most captivating crop of characters! 

      If this season was any indication, expect some big twists ahead! 


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