Is anyone safe in these fairytales? The victims are piling up in each story, and it’s making me wonder who will survive?
Maybe Ashley (Natalie Alyn Lind) should have taken the threats more seriously. Amazingly, she wants to get back out there and inspire people who have been burn survivors too, but as Mamma Pruitt (Carrie-Anne Moss) and Beau (Eka Darville) keep saying, it’s not safe.
And now Beau has been run over and is lying on the ground. Will Ashley be more defiant to have a comeback show, or will she stay hidden for now?
I have mixed feelings about the turn this story has taken. Ashley is getting on my nerves a little by how defiant she’s being to perform. This is a legitimate threat, and no one will fault her for laying low until the bomber is caught.
Do we know this female in the baseball cap? Why did she try to kill Ashley? All questions for the finale to answer. And, Beau better be okay.
Cinderella‘s story has the most bodies. One by one someone is trying to hide the truth. But what is the truth? While Ashley, I am not enjoying how defiant she is, I am enjoying Simone’s (Ashley Madekwe) persistence. I don’t think it’s going to be what she thinks, though. Victoria (Garcelle Beauvais) did not kill her father, but I’m contiuning to suspect her evil stepbrother. But why would he? And he must know about the affair too. It’s the motives in this fairytale that have me most confused.
Tucker’s (Paul Wesley) motives are preety clear in the Sleeping Beauty tale, but not so clear in Olivia’s (Danielle Campbell) case. I can’t believe she went to Maddie (Odette Annable). It’s a twisted game she’s playing. Is it all about revenge?
I am glad they have pulled Maddie into the story more, but she’s more than a grieving fiancee, and I hope the finale will give Odette much more to work with.
Tucker’s backstory is quite interesting. It still doesn’t excuse his actions with the young women, but it does explain it and it’s so tragic. His own mother blamed him. And instead of getting him the help he needed, she was so cruel to him. Maybe writing his story can help set him free, that is, if Olivia doesn’t kill him first.
The last two episodes are shaping up to be one wild ride. Who will survive?
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