When Wynonna is kidnapped by a serial killer, she finds herself face-to-face with the last of the Seven. Meanwhile, Doc and Dolls struggle to put aside their differences when they must team up to try to help Wynonna.
- Kris: I thought this episode was pretty good. It’s a pretty standard setup where the main character gets taken captive by the baddie, then has to figure out how to survive. It was a good showcase for Melanie Scrofano, who is SO GOOD as Wynonna – staying defiant even when she’s scared. I do wish that Waverly wasn’t sidelined for so much of this episode, though.
- Annie: I thought the episode was great, one of my favorites! Melanie Scrofano is such a revelation as an actress who really went through the wringer of emotions in this episode! Loved the Earp sister moment at the end. And yay for how great Nicole Haught manages to look in a hospital bed. The Doc/Dolls reluctant partnership also had some funny moments that I enjoyed.
- We find out that Wynonna has been taken by the serial killer introduced in the last episode.
- Dr. Reggie is the one who took her, but is working as the human assistant to Jack.
- Officer Haught was rejected because she wasn’t Jack’s “type,” thereby explaining the comment from last episode about how the previous victim looked like Wynonna.
- Dolls and Doc team up (and then fight each other) to find Wynonna.
- Dolls kidnaps Whiskey Jim to pacify Lucado and to find out who the mole in BBD is.
Things Made Us Happy
- Shirtless Dolls!
- Doc trying to drive a car!
- Doc double parking his horse
- Nicole has a cat! Who doesn’t like men! (Your gay is showing, show.)
- Greg Bryk is super creepy as Jack.
- Wynonna fighting evil in a hospital gown and her boots
- “I’m the last of the Seven. What happens when you kill me?” “Order too much Thai and open a bottle of wine.”
- Feedback from Laura: “The grudging acknowledgement that Dolls and Doc both have their support of Wynonna in common reminded me a bit of the truce Lauren and Dyson forged in the latter seasons of Lost Girl. Both of them want to be the one she puts first, but they put her mission and well being above their competition.”
Questions We’re Pondering
- Did Ward Earp really make a deal with Bobo, or was Jack just trying to get under Wynonna’s skin? (no pun intended)
- What will be the big new through-line now that The Seven have been taken care of?
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