Moving into Still Star-Crossed episode 4, one thing may start to become all the more clear: This is a show about war. The big difference here is that the war is about more words than it is bullets. This show indicates further that there are so many different ways in order to hurt people, and that is in part what makes this show so much more interesting. You don’t quite know what is going to happen, or in the process, who is going to turn on who. This is something that’s just going to get all the more dramatic by the end of the limited series.
With that being said, are you ready to see Rosaline and Benvolio put their heads together for a common cause? There could be some attempts at peace in this episode, mostly as we see these two try their best in order to figure out who is fanning the flames. Someone is clearly doing it. Not only that, but someone is clearly living for all of the drama that it’s causing.
Still Star-Crossed episode 4 synopsis – “Rosaline and Benvolio work together to uncover who is responsible for pitting the Montagues and Capulets against each other. Meanwhile, Lord Montague is forced to welcome an unannounced visit from his sister, Tessa Montague, who has a manipulative plan of her own on how to deal with the Capulets.”
This story is also going to mark the halfway point in the season, which is rather terrible when you think about it given that there are only seven episodes, and then we’re at the end of the road and there’s nothing left to look forward to. As we’ve said in the past, maybe ABC would change their mind on the show’s limited series status in the event that it was drawing great ratings. With the numbers that it has now, there is clearly no way of doing that. Let’s just enjoy the twisted, crazy ride for whatever it ends up being.
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