The finale starts with Villanelle and Konstantin’s pre-teen daughter, Irina arguing about who is going to kill whom in the face. “My dad is going to kill you in the face!” Irina screams! “No! I am going to kill your dad in the face!” Villanelle asks Irina how to get her to stop screaming. The answer was food. Just keep the little brat fed.
Eve and Kenny break into Carolyn’s hotel room only to find Konstantin standing in the middle of the trashed room. Looks like some angry sex happened and now the four of them are in search of Villanelle. Konstantin is trying to save his daughter.
This episode was the funniest so far. This is primarily due to Irina. The sister act between “Konstantin’s girls” was full of great dialogue. “Is it hard to be bad?” “Not if you practice.”
Carolyn seems like she has been eliminated from suspicion of being one of The 12 when she asks Konstantin why The 12 would want him dead.
Villanelle and Irina run a scam on Anna that results in Anna eventually killing herself in front of the two of them. It seemed that she wanted to kill herself so she wouldn’t give Villanelle the satisfaction. Villanelle found the note from Eve in the lining of the coat and gets her number from Anna’s phone after she dies.
VIllanelle and Eve both react the same way when nervously riding in the car with Konstantin. The both continued to play with the latch on the glove compartment. It’s called repetitive compulsion. It’s also on the psychopathy scale. Eve realizes that Konstantin knows where Anna lives without being told. She asks him why Villanelle wants to kill him. He says if he told her, he’d have to kill her. They both think this is hysterical. So many more jokes this episode.
The scene with Eve holding a gun on Konstantin while he is trying to take a roadside piss did nothing to move the situation forward. Some of the jokes were rather juvenile in that scene.
Villanelle and the brat run a pretty good con partnership and manage to rustle up enough money to go out for high tea at a fancy Parisian restaurant. Villanelle invited Eve to join them. After a lot of drama with a psychokiller holding a child hostage in a fancy pants restaurant during high tea, Villanelle says she has to do her job and shoot Konstantin a couple of times. It’s important to note that there is no dramatic proclamation of death. Villanelle and Eve faced off and Eve begged her to leave with her, just the two of them. Villanelle seemed to give it a brief consideration before taking off alone.
Next we are at the airport where it appears that Carolyn gets the news that Konstantin is dead. The entire conversation was”
Carolyn, “I am afraid so.”
Eve, “There goes that lead.”
Then the conversation turned to cheese puffs. Apparently, they are Carolyn’s comfort food. Elena calls Eve at the airport with a lead. She’s been bored out of her mind in London alone. She found a lead that a young man in Paris died of an asthma attack with the same chemical in his system as the female politician who died. She checked out all the people who lived in his building and found an apartment that was being paid for by the same people who were paying Frank, the dickswab. She is texting her the address. She begs to be allowed to come to Paris.
When Eve hangs up, Carolyn asks who she was talking to. She tells her it was Niko. Carolyn says that is a good reason to be going home. Then she fires Eve and Kenny. I wonder about the timing of that. Is it because Carolyn already knows that Niko is dead? What is Carolyn really up to and why is Kenny so afraid of her? Why hasn’t Kenny told anyone about the note he saw on the prison tapes?
The flight to London for Carolyn, Kenny and Eve is ready to take off, but Eve doesn’t get on the flight. She goes to Paris to Villanelle’s apartment and talks to the old lady across the hall. She apparently is paid to spy on Villanelle by someone. She let’s Eve know that Konstantin came by often.
When Eve sees the champagne lifestyle that Villanelle is living in Paris she loses her damn mind and starts throwing around champagne bottles and trashing her designer clothes. Does anyone know if Eve has the same fish faucet on her bathtub that Villanelle did? Because that decorating touch seemed to push her over the edge.
As soon as Villanelle gets there she quickly calms down and the sexual tension is everywhere. Eve goes on a long rant about how she thinks of Villanelle all the time. Villanelle says she thinks about her when she masturbates. Eventually the both lay on the bed and talk. Eve asks if she is going to kill her, Villanelle says no. And just when you think they are going to makeout, Eve knifes her in the gut. Eve quickly regrets it and goes to get a towel to help with the blood. But when she comes back, the old lady spy across the hall tells Eve, “She has gone.”
And that is how it ends this season boys and girls. Thoughts?