Next week within Big Little Lies season 2 episode 3, you will bear witness to “The End of the World” — or, an episode with that very title. This is going to be an opportunity in order to witness more of the slow-moving emotional aftermath of Perry’s death. It’s obviously going to impact all of these characters in different ways.
Take, for example, what is going on with Celeste at the moment. She recognizes that her heart shouldn’t be holding any feelings towards Perry, but it’s challenging for someone within her position. She is someone who did have some affection towards him at a certain part of her life, and these are feelings that are rather hard to fully let go of. Even if she wants to do so, that doesn’t make it easy. It’s different, meanwhile, for some other people — including Jane with what she went through.
Within this episode coming up, Jane will take a part of the spotlight for a story with some surprising turns. Meanwhile, Madeline is going to deal with some issues from her past and Renata seems keen to come up with some distractions.
Below, CarterMatt has the official Big Little Lies season 2 episode 3 synopsis with some more information on what is coming up next:
Mary Louise (Meryl Streep) tries to get closer to Jane (Shailene Woodley). Rather than address her troubles at home, Renata (Laura Dern) focuses her wrath on Principal Nippal (P.J. Byrne). Madeline (Reese Witherspoon) is forced to confront her issues at a couples therapy session with Dr. Reisman (Robin Weigert). Celeste (Nicole Kidman) remains conflicted by her memories of Perry.
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In reading and seeing a lot of the various stories that are central to Big Little Lies season 2 at present, one question rings true more than any other: Are these characters going to be able to keep away from what is right in front of them? Mary Louise is searching desperately for some vulnerabilities, while at the same time we’re seeing Renata and Madeline try to look towards other parts of their lives. This entire story seems to be based on a slow climb towards a crazy conclusion, one where all of the Monterey Five’s problems start to leap into the forefront. Given that there are only seven episodes in this season, the pace basically has to move quickly. There really is not any other option with a show like this since before long, we’ll be at the end of the story and we’ll spinning the wheel of questions (is that a thing?) about a metaphorical season 3.
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