The Good Behavior season 2 finale is right around the corner, and over the course of it Letty will have a lot to tackle. What is at the top of the list? Think in terms of her trying to come to grips with what she’s just done.
At the end of the penultimate episode of the season Letty killed two different people — Teo, who’s spent a great deal of time as of late tracking down Javier, and then also the security guy Brett. She didn’t shoot the second guy out of malice; instead, she made a spur-of-the-moment decision, likely thinking that if she was to let him go that he would in turn take off to the nearest authorities and spill the beans on everything that happened.
What makes this moment all the more impactful is that killing is not something that she does — she’s a thief but she is certainly not a killer. It is going to take her some time to wrestle with what happened and try to figure out the right way for her to move forward. Eventually Javier is probably going to help with that — if anyone could, it’s probably him. He knows how to dispose of bodies, and that is probably a good thing given that they don’t have a whole lot of time. Brett’s security company likely knew where he was heading and will definitely know when he doesn’t turn back up to work. This murder is the one that could have the quicker consequences.
The video below via Entertainment Weekly offers up some more insight into how Letty is manifesting the murder and trying to cope with it — let’s just say she is not coping well. She is manifesting Brett as though he is still alive, telling her how to dispose of his body and apologizing for his body being so heavy. We didn’t realize it at the end of this past episode, but the actor playing Brett is none other than The Office alum Brian Baumgartner. His dry humor works really well as this character here, largely because he doesn’t seem to care whatsoever that he’s dead and that he’s floating over his actual dead body.
The first priority of the Good Behavior season 2 finale is resolving this story. The second one is likely going to be establishing what happens next with Letty and Javier. Then, you give everyone a great cliffhanger that leaves the door open for a third season. We don’t really think that this show needs to tie anything up — it’s the sort of show designed to constantly leave you wanting more.
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