Evil episode 4 spoilers: The dangers faced in ‘Rose390’

EvilNext week on Evil episode 4, you’re going to have a chance to see “Rose390.” What does that mean at the moment? Not that much, but at the center of this episode is some drama that could have a huge impact on some of our core characters.

Herein lies your reminder that Kristen, Ben, and David are tasked within this show to take on a number of different, intense supernaturally-tinged cases. Some of these are religious in nature, and others may make them uncomfortable. We have to be prepared for a lot of these emotions to come out in this case. It’s going to be something that at least one character on the series takes home with them.

Below, CarterMatt offers up the official Evil episode 4 synopsis with some other news as to what’s coming up next:

“Rose390” – Kristen, Ben and David are hired to evaluate Eric (Luke Judy), a seemingly psychopathic 9-year-old boy. Eric takes a liking to David, which leaves them hopeful they can curb his violent behavior. Also, Kristen is most affected by this investigation as she worries about her young daughters who lied about a horror game their grandmother, Sheryl, bought behind her back, on EVIL, Thursday, Oct. 17 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

By the end of this episode, maybe some of these characters will get some perspective … at least a little bit of it. We don’t get the impression that Evil is going to be the sort of show where things suddenly start to get any easier. Maybe we’ll see these characters bust through one roadblock, only to then be forced to take on some others as we progress further and further along into the season.

Be prepared to be afraid here and there in this episode, but also be excited. There is a LOT of stuff to look forward to so let’s just hope that this lives up to some of the expectations that we have.

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