Let’s start with the Twelve for a moment here. Both Helene and Lars are seemingly dead, and that does mean the organization is now significantly smaller. Yet, there are other pioneers still out there — think Konstantin, and think many others. What can be done about them, and is killing all of them really that satisfying? We just don’t have that much of an emotional attachment to a number of these characters and it’s going to be weird if the entire focus of the final episodes is on this and this alone.
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Instead, we’d argue that the primary focus at this point needs to be one finding a way to get Villanelle and Eve back to one another and at this point, they are very-much far apart. After killing Lars Eve just needs some sort of mental peace, and Yusuf seems to be interested in providing that. Whether or not she’s going to be altogether willing to accept that, meanwhile, is a totally different story.
Meanwhile, we know that Villanelle is currently off in the wilderness with Gunn, but is she really going to stay there? Is that just going to be the way that her story ends? It’s a crazy thing to imagine, but it may very well end up being the case.
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