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Nancy Drew Review – Did the Drew Crew Defeat the Aglaeca? (2×05)

Nancy Drew -- "The Drowned Woman" -- Image Number: NCD205b_0084r.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Alex Saxon as Ace, Kennedy McMann as Nancy, Leah Lewis as George, Tunji Kasim as Nick and Maddison Jaizani as Bess -- Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Death day is upon the Drew Crew on Nancy Drew Season 2 Episode 5.

With time running out, the group has one day left to come up with a promising plan to defeat the Aglaeca, but instead, they find themselves turning on each other.

It was bound to happen. When death is knocking on your door, you start looking for people to blame. In this case, all the blame fell on Nancy as everyone felt that she used them as tools in her missions. 

Of course, that was partially true. Nancy was the reason they were involved, but she didn’t force anyone; they all knew the risks of meddling with the spirit world and willingly participated. 

Nancy decided that since she was responsible for bringing the curse upon them, she was going to find a way to break it.

Finding the sand from the portent wasn’t easy, but thankfully, Ryan Hudson conveniently kept a vacuum in his trunk that had some leftover sand stashed away. 

What a relief, right? Wrong.

The series is incredible at building up the anticipation and anxiety, which made those “death” scenes so thrilling. 

As everyone waited to see who the Aglaeca would come for first, they spent their final moments on a five-way call sharing some last-minute confessions. 

Nancy Drew The Drowned Woman Review Season 2 Episode 5

Nancy Drew — “The Drowned Woman” — Image Number: NCD205a_0265r.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Kennedy McMann as Nancy, Maddison Jaizani as Bess, Tunji Kasim as Nick, Leah Lewis as George and Alex Saxon as Ace — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Ace explained that he hacked into the federal system to retrieve a number for someone in witness protection, but he wasn’t brave enough to call it. 

Bess finally admitted what everyone already knew — she’s a klepto! 

Nick explained that he never finished Tiffany’s mission of exposing the Hudson’s with a USB drive filled with evidence simply because he wanted to move on and rebuild his life. 

George had no regrets, and really, we should all follow her example and live life that way. 

And Nancy, well, she simply regretted dragging all of them into this mess. 

In those moments, you could truly see just how much everyone meant to each other and how they were forever bonded by their shared experiences. They were in this together for better or for worse. 

Then, Odette’s creepy and mesmerizing French singing began as their curses triggered: Nancy fell off the cliff, Ace got locked in the freezer with a sharp hook hoping to land a blow somewhere on his body, a fire erupted at Bess’ house, and water began filling George and Ned’s truck. 

Did anyone else think that Ryan and Carson would come to Nancy’s aide as she was dangling from the cliff? They spent the whole day stalking her, so it would have been fitting to have both of her dad’s come to her rescue, especially since it mimicked Lucy Sable’s death Neither of them were able to save her, but this could have been like their second chance.

Then again, Nancy isn’t the type of girl that needs to be rescued and she did just fine pulling herself to safety. Her dads didn’t even know the full extent of the danger she was in. 

George and Ned faced the Aglaeca head-on and were able to successfully throw the sand at her and escape the car as she “drowned” instead.

But it couldn’t be that easy, right? A post-death survival celebration at the Claw revealed that the Aglaeca wasn’t’ done with them at all. And those visions of their group’s death at the restaurant a few hours later were enough to terrify and discourage anyone. 

At this point, it truly seemed like they were out of options. The look on Nancy’s face and the fact that she went to Carson’s to make amends and eat pizza like the “good old days” made it clear that she was defeated.

They seemingly exhausted all their options, Nancy thought. That is until Carson said that his love for her would live inside him forever. 

That’s when she realized that the portents were reminders of the Aglaeca’s pain, suffering, and trauma. Instead of defeating her, they were antagonizing her and making her mad. 

The solution to simply read Odette’s love letters was a bit silly in the grand scheme of things, but then again, love is universal and does conquer all. 

And in this case, love did conquer the Aglaeca. As they appealed to the woman inside the monster, Odette resurfaced and they broke the curse. 

At this point, it’s safe to assume that they finally allowed her to find peace, which is the most respect she’s been shown since her brutal death and the hands of greedy men. 

Nancy Drew The Drowned Woman Review Season 2 Episode 5

Nancy Drew — “The Drowned Woman” — Image Number: NCD205d_0616r.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Scott Wolf as Carson and Kennedy McMann as Nancy — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Also, can someone explain how Ted and George have money for all these repairs at The Claw? There isn’t an episode where the restaurant doesn’t incur some form of damage at the hands of the supernatural. 

Half the time, the place is closed for business, so where are they even making all this money? Moot points, I know, but a girl does wonder. 

It wouldn’t be believable for the Drew Crew to come out completely unscathed from this incident, however, and defeating the Aglaeca was short-lived because in the tizzy of it all, George was stabbed and bled to death. I guess the blood bucket curse was real after all. 

The cast really delivered on the emotional beats in this scene. You could feel the heaviness and sadness despite not being at The Claw. 

Ned’s reaction was the most heartbreaking because he had finally found the soulmate that made his life better only to have her ripped away from him. And right before her death, George finally told him that she loved him. 

Nancy was so overwhelmed with guilt that she couldn’t allow George to die because of her, but this caused her to act recklessly and once again inadvertently dragged all of her friends into yet another supernatural mystery.

The shroud to revive the dead may have worked and brought George back to life, but it’s unclear what the side-effects and repercussions of using it will be.

Nancy meant well, but it was pretty careless to unlock all the locks in the historical society that were safeguarding dangerous objects. Her actions single-handedly released all those spirits into Horseshoe Bay. 

Nancy may be the town’s most promising detective, but she’s also the town’s biggest problem. 

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After all that happened,  why didn’t any of them question what might happen after they cheated death yet again?

In this case, they didn’t just cheat death once as beating the Aglaeca still counts.

We’ve all seen Final Destination — we know what happens when you try to outrun your destiny. 

George may be content with getting a second shot at life and might feel fine for now, but that woman (who looked an awful lot like Oddette… or maybe some other white, blond-haired woman?) staring back at her in the mirror says otherwise. 

My guess is that the woman’s spirit will inhabit George’s body in a case of body snatchers. What do you think will happen?

Bad things (worse than the Aglaeca) are coming to Horsehoe Bay, so let’s hope the Drew Crew is ready for their next battle.

Other Ghostly Musings

  • Ace eventually called the number of the man in witness protection and left a voicemail informing him that he thought he was his brother. We don’t know too much about Ace’s past, so this is promising! Did I mention he’s my favorite? Because he is.
  • Ned gave Ryan a copy of Tiffany’s USB to fill in the gaps and use it against his father. There’s no telling if he will, but it’s in his best interest if he wants to bring his father to justice and earn some brownie points with Nancy. 
  •  Bess is great. For some reason, she thought throwing out the portents was a good idea because it would cleanse their chi. You can’t blame her for trying! 
  • Carson offering Ryan parenting books because he believes he can reinvent himself was so pure and genuine. 

What did you think of the episode? Do you think fending off the Aglaeca and helping her find peace was too easy?

Did Nancy do the right thing by reviving George without considering the consequences of her actions?

Let us know in the comments below!


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Nancy Drew Season Finale Review – Temperance Hudson (2×18)

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Nancy. Drew Season Finale Review The Echo of Lost Tears Season 2 Episode 18

Being a Hudson comes with its fair share of problems. 

Putting Everett Hudson behind bars for the crimes he committed was nothing compared to dealing with the Wraith. 

In a surprising twist, the supernatural parasite had a connection to the Hudson family. What doesn’t in Horsehoe Bay?

After exhausting every single remedy to detach the Wraith from Nancy, the Drew Crew realized they had to go back to the beginning of its creation by none other than Temperance Hudson. 

And then they had to try to reverse the ritual in order to save Nancy’s life. 

Can I just say, the makeup department did a fantastic job making Nancy look like she was dying more and more with each passing scene. I appreciate the attention to detail. 

The Wraith didn’t just latch onto Nancy because of her Hudson blood, however. It sensed that she was vulnerable and exploited that vulnerability every single day. 

In order to rid herself of its presence, Nancy had to go into her subconscious and face all the repressed trauma it was feeding off of. This included coming face-to-face with past versions of herself that were too painful so she buried them deep within herself including the Nancy who solved her very first case (because the world wasn’t perfect and she was looking for the truth), the Nancy at her mother’s funeral, and finally, baby Nancy that was abandoned after Lucy killed herself. 

It was interesting to see Nancy’s introspection pan out on screen because it’s the first time that Nancy has allowed herself to feel the emotions that she’s been bottling up inside. We knew that it has been weighing on her, but she’s never fully acknowledged it until now. 

But the truth shall set you free. 

As she cut off the Wraith, she realized that she couldn’t let go of the painful parts because they made her who she was. It was her first conscious step into accepting the good and the bad.

During her journey, Nancy also made quite the realization about her feelings for Ace. Everyone from the Drew Crew showed up to guide her through her subconscious, but Ace played the most important role. 

The moment was so profound that Nancy decided to tell Ace how she felt, but unfortunately, it was too late as Ace already embarked on his trip with Amanda. 

I’m upset. 

I wasn’t aware that I was such a #Nace shipper until I saw them almost kiss on screen and squealed like a schoolgirl. Why do the writers have to tease us like that!?

While Nancy’s feelings for Ace were very clear, he subconsciously felt it when he told Amanda that he felt like he was leaving something behind. 

Uh, yeah, your girl! Sorry, Amanda. 

Now that Nancy is totally aware of her feelings, how will it affect her dynamic and friendship with Ace moving forward?

Nancy also came to the realization that her relationship with Gil was based on lies. The Wraith was manipulating her since being with Gil, who put her down, made her weaker and an easier target.

I was never a Gil and Nancy fan, but we all have to go through our “bad boy” phase at some point. Hers just happened to be while she was going through something traumatic. 

If she’s not going to be with Ace, she might as well get with Detective Tamura. It’s unfortunate the finale didn’t include him.

After getting rid of the Wraith, it seemed as though Nancy might finally, finally catch a break. I mean, it has to be exhausting dealing with the supernatural all the time. 

But unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. As she closed one case, she unintentionally opened up another.

Nancy is meeting all the Hudson relatives… including the supposedly dead and supernatural ones! Nancy’s blood helped Myrtle, her distant relative, reveal her true form as Temperance, who is back with a vengeance as she lifted the magical veil.

What a bombshell twist that no one saw coming! What do you think her plans are for the small town?

It’s been quite a wild season with plenty of hauntings and supernatural stalkers taking hold of the Drew Crew, but that hasn’t interfered with the show’s character development. They all have their own compelling storylines that are given just as much screen time as Nancy’s story is. And they’re all integral to the storyline. 

Nancy. Drew Season Finale Review The Echo of Lost Tears Season 2 Episode 18

Nancy Drew — “The Echo of Lost Tears” — Image Number: NCD218a_0766r.jpg — Pictured: (L-R): Maddison Jaizani as Bess, Alex Saxon as Ace, Tunji Kasim as Nick, Marilyn Norry as Myrtle and Leah Lewis as George — Photo: Colin Bentley/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

The love story between Bess and Odette was so pure. 

Odette selflessly promised to give George back whatever remaining time she had left, and it’s a sweet gesture considering the fraught nature of their relationship initially. 

But before she retreated into the depths of George’s soul forever, she said her goodbye to Bess. I melted when George told Bess to “kiss her.”

It was a doomed relationship from the start and one of the most absurd things on television, but thanks to Leah Lewis and Maddison Jaizani, you found yourself rooting for the ghost and human couple! 

While they still don’t know how to buy George more time, she decided to accept her fate and do the things that make her happy including proposing to Nick. 

Um, George and Nick are getting married — bust out the wedding planners. 

It may seem haste, but well, they don’t know how much time they have. However, they’ve been the most solid couple on the series; they’ve bettered each other, and they’re better together. 

Ryan Hudson was cut off by his father, but he gained an even better father figure when Carson welcomed him into his home. Nancy will now be able to live with both of her dads under one roof, which will be great for her, but it will also be a good change of pace for Ryan who has never really had a normal family life. 

The poor guy didn’t even know how to do dishes. It’s almost like Carson is going to be fathering two kids.

I’m excited to see this dynamic at play. Anytime Ryan and Carson share a scene, it’s pure gold. And now that they’ve been unofficially inducted into the Drew Crew and are aware of the supernatural forces at play, things are bound to get even more interesting!

Ryan and Carson started off as enemies fighting for Nancy’s love, but in putting aside their differences, they were able to be there for Nancy when she needed them most. Ryan also gave up his rights as Nancy’s father in case Everett decides to come after Carson with kidnapping charges. 

Regardless of what’s on paper, Nancy will need them now more than ever as she gears up to publicly reveal that she is Everett’s granddaughter and discloses her plans to take over Hudson Enterprises as the rightful heir. 

What did you think of the episode? What did you think of the season? Did you enjoy all the insane twists and turns that led us to Nancy’s continued Hudson problem?

Let us know in the comments below. And we’ll see you next season! 


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Nancy Drew Review – Confession of Everett Hudson (2×17)

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Nancy Drew Review The Judgement of the Perilous Captive Season 2 Episode 17

Everett Hudson went down for murder on Nancy Drew Season 2 Episode 17, but it wasn’t for the murder of Celia Hudson. 

Everett was the obvious suspect, and it was hard to believe that he was innocent after he showed absolutely no remorse or emotion upon finding out that his wife was brutally murdered, but he was telling the truth when he said he wasn’t responsible.

The more Nancy dug into the case to dig up evidence, the more she realized that she may have been wrong about Everett’s involvement. 

And truthfully, we should’ve seen it too. The way Celia was killed and displayed was, as Nancy mentioned, almost ritualistic. It didn’t vibe with Everett’s usual way of handling business.

My favorite thing aboutˆ is that the writers encourage you to be a detective and part of the Drew Crew from the comfort of your home. They drop clues and breadcrumbs along the way that you can pick up on if you aren’t passively watching. 

It’s almost like an interactive experience that allows you to solve the mystery on your own. 

Prior to Celia’s death, she was acting weird and kept mentioning a list. Much like Nancy, I assumed it was the guestlist for the party that evening, but in reality, Celia was referring to the list of witnesses she helped Nancy recover from The Road Back, the Illuminati-like secret society. 

We should’ve known that there would be repercussions for botching their plans. 

Celia’s death was meant to send Nancy a message for crossing them, and my guess is that we haven’t seen the last of them just yet. 

But for now, Nancy was consumed with guilt over the fact that she contributed to her grandmother’s death. 

The moment allowed for a sweet heart-to-heart with Ryan, her biological dad. Carson may always be there for her, but this was a Hudson family matter. 

Ryan reminded Nancy that she didn’t do anything wrong and wasn’t to blame. Her reason for taking on The Road Back was to save Ace’s life, and Celia only agreed to get involved because she wanted to help keep her husband out of prison. 

Everett might not have pulled the trigger, but he was still inadvertently responsible for his wife’s death. 

And he has plenty of blood on his hands, which Ryan reminded Nancy was the whole reason why she kidnapped him in the first place.

She got the right guy, she just didn’t figure out the right murder. Everett already confirmed that he committed a crime by putting a hit on Ryan after he sought out The Black Crown tapes, so they simply needed a way to find the evidence. 

While it seemed like Gil betrayed Nancy’s trust by accepting Everett’s deal and setting him free, it was all part of a meticulously calculated plan… the kind only Nancy could pull off.

Nancy knew that Everett would feel the pressure and run home to destroy the tape, which is where they caught him red-handed. He should’ve realized this was the moment he was outmatched by his own son and granddaughter! 

After watching the tape, it was revealed that Everett ruthlessly killed his own brother. 

You’ve got to admit that Nancy, Ryan, and Tamura’s teamwork was very impressive here. They were able to catch the guy who has evaded paying for his crimes for years. 

Tamura even managed to do what no other detective has done before! 

But I don’t think it’s over just yet. As Nancy and Ryan rejoiced, I couldn’t shake Everett’s warning to Ryan in which he threatened to take him down with him. 

Is there more to the tapes that we don’t know? How is Ryan involved? And what leverage does Everett have?

You would think that after nabbing Everett and solving the mystery of Celia’s murder, Nancy would go home and get some much-needed rest but that’s wishful thinking. 

Nancy Drew Review The Judgement of the Perilous Captive Season 2 Episode 17

Nancy Drew — “The Judgement of the Perilous Captive” — Image Number: NCD217a_0199r.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Kennedy McMann as Nancy and Praneet Akilla as Gil Bobbsey — Photo: Shane Harvey/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Carson and the Scooby Gang — because tell me that whole library scene didn’t give you Buffy the Vampire Slayer vibes — spent much of the episode trying to figure out why Nancy’s picture featured dark markings all over her face and body. 

If you guessed possession, you were kind of on the mark. 

Turns out, George isn’t the only one in town that has a supernatural entity hitching a ride in her body.

In Nancy’s case, however, the parasite has unknowingly been with her since Nancy Drew Season 2 Episode 1 when the Drew Crew took on the Wraithe. 

Everyone noticed that Nancy hasn’t been acting like herself, and even Nancy pointed out that she doesn’t know who she is anymore… at least now we know why. 

Figuring out what’s inhabiting Nancy’s body was one thing, but finding out how to get rid of it is another as parasites typically kill their host. 

This isn’t Nancy’s first near-death experience with a supernatural entity, but that doesn’t make it any less dangerous, especially since she’s running out of time. 

The Drew Crew always finds a way, but will they manage to save Nancy this time around?

The episode was packed with incredible moments, but I don’t think there was anything better than Nick sticking it to Jake. 

Nick sat out from the Everett/Waithe drama, for the most part, to deal with Jake, a cafe owner in his building who was against the creation of his youth center. 

When it became clear that Jake couldn’t be reasoned with because he was a racist who wanted to keep the town “good and traditional,” Nick took matters into his own hands and sought out Tamura for help. 

In what can only be referred to as a “boss move,” Nick bought the building across from the cafe for his youth center, reminded Jake that he’s really rich, informed him that the zoning commission gave him permission, told him that he has the backing of the Horshoe Police Department to build a safe space for kids in their own neighborhood, and then informed him that he’d be opening up a rival cafe across the street. 

Nick is my hero. 

This season of Nancy Drew has been exceptional, and I’m so sad it’s coming to an end.

The writers have delivered compelling supernatural and criminal mysteries in both long-form and case-of-the-week formats. And through it all, they’ve managed to deliver incredible character development for every member of the Drew Crew while also giving them compelling storylines and genuine relationships. 

Even Ryan and Carson have been roped into the supernatural world and now consider it to be the “new normal.”

I have no doubt that the Nancy Drew Season 2 finale will blow us away! 

How do you think the season will end? Will they find a way to save Nancy? Sound off in the comments below!


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Nancy Drew Review – Stay Alive (2×16)

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Nancy Drew Review The Purloined Keys Season 2 Episode 16

The takedown of Everett Hudson has begun, and it’s a dangerous game that requires plenty of skill.

Nancy Drew has that skill, which she put to use on Nancy Drew Season 2 Episode 16. 

Usually, when an episode’s purpose is to set the scene for the upcoming final episodes, it tends to be a bit boring and predictable, but Nancy Drew managed to deliver an episode with plenty of unexpected twists and alliances. 

And not everyone came out of it alive.

Everett hired Nancy to find out information about his former accountant, Howard, who was leaking damning information. 

More importantly, Everett wanted to know who Howard was leaking the information to. 

Nancy took on the case in order to prove her loyalty to Everett and get close to him, but she also wanted to keep her friends safe as she knew Ryan, Nick, and Valentina were involved. 

As the trio aimed to find the location of The Black Crown Tape, which allegedly showed Everett committing murder, Nancy took a different angle by hoping to find out why Everett wanted to know in the first place. 

She figured out that he essentially set a trap for the person who was looking for incriminating evidence against him, and before she could warn them, Ryan and Valentina were caught in the crosshairs. 

Their desire to catch Everett red-handed prevented them from taking a step back and thinking rationally.  

You’d think Everett’s own son would be able to figure out his little twisted game, but Ryan doesn’t have that devious Hudson gene. 

Nancy, on the other hand, has it coursing through her blood.

I honestly don’t know why the three of them chose to cut Nancy out of their little investigation. Sure, it was dangerous and she wanted to protect everyone, but she was already in the thick of things. There was no stopping her, and They were essentially seeking out the same information.

Plus, they should’ve known that she’d crack the case on her own faster than the three of them combined. 

After all, she is Horseshoe Bay’s greatest detective. 

Nancy was able to pull Nick out of the way so that he wasn’t caught on camera, but Ryan and Valentina are now on Everett’s hitlist.

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And Everett has no qualms about eliminating the people who pose a threat to him. He’s a monster, and no one has been able to stop him or put him behind bars! 

Valentina thought she could just stick around town and hope for the best, but she sorely underestimated his capabilities.

Everett has no qualms about eliminating the people who pose a threat to him… just ask his wife! 

Nancy Drew pulled off one of the greatest twists back in season 1 with the reveal that Ryan was Nancy’s father, and somehow, they’ve managed to do it again. 

It didn’t even occur to me that Nancy was chatting up Celia’s ghost. While she definitely seemed scatterbrained and confused, I chalked it up to her normal pre-party behavior since that’s what everyone said it was.

But when Nancy found Celia’s body hanging, my jaw dropped all the way down to the floor. I mean really, who saw that coming?

And if Everett has it in him to kill his own wife, he wouldn’t think twice about a reporter who was sniffing around his business and trying to expose him. 

Nancy Drew Review The Purloined Keys Season 2 Episode 16

Nancy Drew — “The Purloined Keys” — Image Number: NCD216a_0162r.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Tunji Kasim as Nick, Rukiya Bernard as Val Samuels and Riley Smith as Ryan — Photo: Shane Harvey/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Even Ryan understood the danger they were in, which is why he told Val to book it immediately. 

Personally, I think he should’ve gone with her because the fact that he’s Everett’s son isn’t going to help him out of this mess. 

Kennedy McMann was born to be Nancy Drew. And not just any Nancy Drew — The CW’s version of Nancy Drew. 

This version of teen detective has always been a bit more mature and dark, but she’s stripped away the last remaining bit of innocence by taking on Everett. She’s turned into a savage, no-nonsense badass.

She put on her red lipstick and did the damn thing. She told him she was his granddaughter, tasered him, put a bag over his head, and told Gil to drive off!

Gil as the getaway driver is somehow the cherry on top. There’s something to be said for a man who will help you kidnap your murderous grandfather… but don’t think that means I’m no longer shipping Ace and Nancy. I’m still waiting for that moment! 

Kidnapping Everett puts Nancy in even more danger, but it also gives them all a shot at surviving and bringing him down once and for all for the crimes he’s committed. 

It’s a go big or go home kind of operation — one that, hopefully, he won’t be able to weasel out of this time. 

Other Memorable Moments

  • The series continues finding fun ways to incorporate the Bobbsey twins including introducing audiences to Bertram Bobbsey, Gil and Amanda’s father.
  • I just can’t get over how brilliant the writers are! 
  • Bess creating a dating profile was the ounce of comedic relief we needed. Her line about being a former con-woman who dabbles in the supernatural and is trying to rebound from a dead lover was perfection. 
  • What was up with the picture Carson took of Nancy? Was it because she’d come in contact with Celia’s ghost? What were the marks on her arms? And why did she look dead? Did it mean “dead girl walking?” Was it a warning that she’s in danger? I have so many questions! 
  • It must be difficult for Carson to see Nancy walk the same path with the Hudsons as he once did. He knows, more than anyone, what they’re capable of. He managed to free himself, but Nancy is way more connected and involved than he ever was.

What did you think of the episode?

I for one am stoked about the upcoming episodes as they look deliciously chaotic in the promos.

Nancy Drew Season 2 tackled so many mysteries, and it continues to surprise us with exceptional storylines and twists.

I’d go as far as to say this is The CW’s best series, though, I’ve heard some mixed reviews. Let us know how you feel in the comments below! 


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