Wynonna must face a shadow demon, and she realizes he was one of the revenants who took her father and sister. Doc Holliday makes a deal with the leader of the revenants so that he can exact revenge.
- Kris: In some ways, it felt like the second hour of the premiere — we meet two new characters, who seem like they’ll be sticking around for the rest of the season. The actors and characters are settling into their roles, and I’m enjoying it!
- Stephanie: I liked it. It was mostly follow-up from the premiere, getting a little deeper into the mythology, but it was fun. I thought there were some really neat special effects, and the music continues to be good. I'm already singing along to the opening credits.
- Annie: I thought it was great fun. Really enjoyed seeing Wynonna’s snarky yet adorable attitude in her relationship with Dolls and fighting revenants. And Officer Haught! Can we have more HotVerly? HotWav? I like all these ship names!
- The alluded to but unseen Big Bad from last week’s episode made his appearance. His name is Bobo, which is making it difficult for Stephanie to be too scared of him. Annie keeps wanting to say Baba Yaga from Lost Girl.
- A queer police officer-type was also introduced, and Haught seems to have eyes for Waverly, which made her pretty flustered. (How did Waverly get stuck with her shirt halfway over her head???)
- Wynonna learns that revenants cannot pick up the Peacemaker. It goes pretty badly for them.
- Wynonna and Waverly find refuge on their family's old homestead, which is protected by ammolite.
- The revenant attack that took their father and sister was unwittingly facilitated by Waverly, who had buried a talisman on their land. She now gets to share in the guilt Wynonna feels about what happened.
- The government (presumably the US and Canadian governments?) seems to have an interest in keeping the existence of demons quiet. One town got turned into a crater.
- Waverly gets to be a Black Badge Consultant!
- There was lots more Doc Holliday stuff in this episode. He is a man, not a revenant, and he was changed by some woman whose name Bobo has handed over to him.
- We got a teeny tiny bit more information about Dolls. Unsurprisingly, he was recruited out of the military. (More character development please!) If Dolls is just going to be a bully, know-it-all to Wynonna, that will get old quickly.
Things Made Us Happy
- “Crazy chick with a gun!!”
- “High on the disturb-o-meter”
- Wynonna wanted to protect her little sister, but Waverly was determined to take on the revenant that hurt her father and sister. “I love it when you say shit ticket!”
- Wynonna threatened Levi in jammy pants and slippers.
- The glowy bullet holes in Killer Miller were pretty neat, and Stephanie really liked the glowy effect on Peacemaker when Wynonna is confronting a revenant.
- “I never blow jobs without a please first.”
- Wynonna was completely insulted by the idea of her flying a pink jet.
- Eleanor Roosevelt is way cooler than Teddy, obvs.
- Doc Holliday is pretty sexy
- What’s the significance of Bobo’s back thing? And the revenant markings seem to glow right before they are dusted by Peacemaker, but what else makes them glow?
- Question answered: Purgatory is probably located in Alberta, which Emily Andras described as the Montana of Canada.
- Question answered: There is one heir per generation. Does that mean Wynonna was destined to be heir all along? Or would Willa have been the heir if she made it to her 27th birthday?
- Question answered: Only a shot between the eyes by Peacemaker sends a revenant back to hell.
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