At least, that’s what Joe always says you on Netflix. While you Started out as a Lifetime series, Netflix ended up buying the rights to the now-popular drama starring Penn Badgley, and his “serial single” ways can really capture your heart…Don’t lie, they can and you know it.
but with you season 4 Already on the way, I thought it would be fun to review some of the biggest moments from the Netflix series that I wasn’t really anticipating, from the big surprises from season one to season three.
When Joe Hit Peach – But She Survived (Season 1, “Living With the Enemy”)
Look, I knew Peach (Shay Mitchell) is mortal, I’m not stupid, but I did not We expect her to live as long as she is in the series. at you In the first season, during the episode “Live with the Enemy,” Joe quietly follows Peach out on her morning run and hits her, and while she initially appears to be dead, it is later revealed that she is dead. very much Alive.
Which Known That Joe has something to do with it.
Although it wasn’t long after Peach was inevitably killed by Joe, it was still amazing to see her survive such a violent blow to the head – she needed to participate in that final battle against Joe.
Death of Beck (season 1, “Bluebird’s Castle”)
I have to be honest, I wasn’t expecting Beck (Elizabeth Leal) to die so soon you. While I had a feeling Beck wouldn’t have a very happy ending when I found Joe’s little box of her trinkets in his bathroom, I didn’t think her life would be cut short.
In the finale of the first season of you, “Bluebirds’ Castle,” Beck escaped from the Glass Gu Prison and tried to completely free herself, but the door was locked. While she was trying to get out and call for help, Joe came out from behind and took her out of the shot, most likely killing her, only to find out later that she was actually killed. while I was not Larger A fan of Beck, I didn’t think she would die so quickly.
Candice’s Actual Return (season 2, “The Good, the Bad, The Indian”)
It was mocked for a while that Candice (Amber Childers), Joe’s supposedly murdered ex-husband, would be back in Season 2, and the boy’s back. at you The second season, and the finale of The Good, The Bad and the Hendy, reveals that Forty (James Scully), Love’s twin brother (Victoria Pedretti), has found someone, and that person is Candice.
It was later revealed that Candace specifically planned all of this so she could get close to Joe and find a way to get him out, but her appearance as Forty’s love interest, of all things, was something I wasn’t expecting.
Delilah’s Death (season 2, “Fear and Loathing in Beverly Hills”)
Big reason why I’m so big for him season 2 of you Its new location and new characters were one of my favorite new characters, and Delilah (Carmella Zompadow) was the wise landlady of Joe’s (now Will) apartment in Los Angeles. Delilah soon finds out about Joe’s cage and is placed inside it.
But, Joe is determined to let her go, so he is shocked when he appears in his cage to find her dead, all her blood lying on the floor, in the season two episode, “Fear and Loathing in Beverly Hills.” I was surprised at least.
Candice Death (season 2, “PI Joe”)
Yeah, that’s when I knew we’d be in Long ride. In the penultimate episode of the second season of you, When Candice reveals Joe’s dark past of love, we all expect Love to be scared, and at first, it seems like she is. But then, she turned around with a knife and slashed Candice’s throat in Joe’s storage unit, immediately ending her story.
I mean my Machine, right? Did anyone expect that? But what happened next was even crazier.
When it’s revealed that love has a dark past of its own (Season 2, “Love, Actually”)
Oh boy, that you End of season twoAm i right?
It is revealed in “Love, Indeed” that Love has her darkest secrets – including her affinity for killing Joe, as well as her use of PI to humiliate him, and everything else she meticulously planned by studying his past. Love is just as “monogamous” as Joe, and she’s willing to kill as much as he is – which Joe doesn’t like at the end of the day. This creates an even crazier dynamic ahead.
When Love Sleeps With Theo (Season 3, “Into the Woods”)
Remember how you said love was “monogamous”? This is definitely not the case in the third season of you.
In the season three episode, “Into the Woods,” Love and Theo (Dylan Arnold) had the kind of weird thing where Theo was smitten, but she said no because a) he’s a college kid and b) got married, But after I get him out of the police station and they ride his electric scooter away and fall together, they end up sleeping together in the woods.
I mean, What? talk about A terrible moment I still haven’t finished yet. Of all that I imagine him doing, Quinn was definitely not in love. But, damn it, here we are.
That Whole Swinging episode (season 3, “Swing And A Miss”)
I still can’t beat this swinging episode, “Swing and a Miss” in Season 3 of you. In order to help them with their “marital troubles,” Joe decides to go along with the love interest of swing, which means switching romantic partners, which, repeatedlyis something Joe would never do because he would love to have that relationship (which seems hypocritical, considering he’s been in love with Maren (Tate Gabriel) for half this season).
But, nevertheless, the night ends in disaster when Sherry (Shalita Grant) and Carrie (Travis Van Winkle) overhear a fight between the two, which leads to their panic. The you season 3 cast It really brought him to the season, and this episode had great acting all around.
When Love Hit Theo (season 3, “Red Flag”)
I never expected love to hit Theo in the penultimate episode of Season 3 of ‘Red Flag’ you, But when it did, she gasped. I had a feeling that something bad might happen to him, but seeing him drive away by love because she was afraid he would say something about Joe was shocking.
It’s nice to know he lives after that, but right now, I was shouting.
The entire third season finale (Season 3, “What Is Love?”)
you season 3 the end It was amazing and the best ending so far, and no, you can’t change my mind.
I mean, the twists and turns revealed, from love planning to kill Joe to revealing her accidental murder of her ex, to finding anti-venom Joe for her plan and turning it into…everything. It was the perfect ending to this silly couple, all until the atmosphere of that damn house burned. What a way to end a season — and possibly a character.
But is this really the end of love? Are we likely to see her again? I still own a So many questions for you season 4And I really hope they answer it.
How do you think they’ll raise the bet you Season 4 with Joe’s new alias, Nick? Will it create more drama for Marin? Are we going to watch Joe chew on a croissant and run into Emily from Emily in Paris? Jokes aside, I can’t wait to see where they go next with these crazy characters.