Beverly has comical disgust. There is a flashback to 2015 that reveals more of Kai and Winter’s back-story. They stumbled across Judgement House a hell house that was very real and changed their lives. Ivy and Winter moan about the burden of domestic work. A reverend (Springfield) in 2015 had terrible diction.
Kai has done so much through sheer force of will but it’s not consequence free. Kai and Winter had a grim experience. This is stripped of any subtlety. Kai and Winter’s encounter with the wantonly malicious reverend got Kai’s grim career started. Kai and Winter never had sound judgement but their trip to Judgement House was an ominous portent of things to come. The reverend was cartoonishly aggressive. The reverend banged on. This was not beautifully realised. Outrageously dramatic things happen.
There are devious schemes and a general attitude of contempt. The reverend made Kai’s behaviour actually deteriorate. It made Kai frighteningly empty. Winter’s miseries are many. People have suppressed rage. Things are downright grim. An epic tragedy is unfolding. No-one ever found out about the reverend’s staggering brutality, sadistic brutality, complete dishonour and uniquely immortal acts? Kai has hostile passions. This is all done in howlingly bad taste. Kai’s pitiful existence gets more morally flawed. Kai’s extremely vicious and entreatingly unpleasant. Ally rages. She was in a psych ward. Ally is highly unpleasant and screeches about sustained character attack. She’s full of simmering resentment.
Kai is untouched by decorum or conscience. Ally is all unashamed shallowness. Kai’s a moron. Ally befriends Kai. It is revealed that Samuels the cop harassed Kai when he was a drug dealer and beat him up. Then Kai got the better of him and banged him. Winter kills someone. Then Kai kills someone. There is mounting desperation. Kai is a terrible presence. There is terrible assurance. Ivy gets a shock as the terrible reality gets worse.
“Trolling the social justice warriors.”
“This is too screwed up. Even for you.”
“The work of generations.”
Drink The Kool-Aid
“Lost and broken world.”
“Stop this crying and hysterics.”
“I chose revenge. On you.”
“Wikipedia is fake news!”
“Doubters get no cookies!”
“He no longer has a place among us.”
“You are a Zod. As such, you kneel to no one.”
A man suggests they go west. Travis yells and is violent and stupid. Ophelia deserved to get shot. People stand around and watch instead of intervening. What happened to the solider left behind? There are unforeseen consequences. Did that woman who went looting with Chris get rescued? Or was she abandoned like Madison abandoned her neighbours to die?
Nick sneers at his mother. These jackasses deserve moral opprobrium. The new guy has a boat. People are pitiless and are devastatingly cruel. Liza’s bitten. Madison has pathologised increasingly reckless selfishness. People were indignant at the injured soldier’s fury. I did not watch this with feverish anticipation. There is no moral ethos. Madison and Travis are self-centred. The spiteful new guy is stylishly ruthless. Humanity is losing hard. Are people eating ice-pops? Travis has indignation. There are grievances and persistently ignored. And Madison shoots Liza in the head. I’m done.
“What is family now?”
“Where do you think your family’s going to go?”
“You never liked me that much.”
“Overlook your low birth.”
“My other pony.”
“I’d rather bed in the street.”
“I travel light for now.”