Killing Eve: Still Got It
May 3, 2020 7:37 PM - Season 3, Episode 4 - Subscribe

Eve is trying to patch things up with Niko; Villanelle receives good news about her upcoming promotion but can't shake the feeling there's still something missing from her life; Dasha seeks a solution to Villanelle's erratic behavior.
posted by oh yeah! (7 comments total)
 
"I gained valuable insight into Victorian gender politics"
...followed by a look i cannot even describe
posted by kokaku at 10:52 AM on May 4


I do hope we're going to see a direct face-off between Carolyn and Dasha before this season's over. Fiona Shaw and Harriet Water going toe to toe in the same scene would be well worth seeing.
posted by Paul Slade at 12:40 PM on May 4 [2 favorites]


So was it Dasha who organized Niko's hit? Since she was ordered to drive a wedge between Villanelle and Eve - she figured by killing Niko, Eve would assume that Villanelle did it. And there has definitely been an uptick in shows pulling a Ned Stark, killing off significant characters (first poor Kenny - i loved him!)

This show is great. I LOVE Villanelle and Eve, but I think Carolyn is stealing this season. She's impeccable.
posted by foxhat10 at 12:25 PM on May 5 [2 favorites]


(I'm pretty sure it was Dasha herself who killed Niko, to be honest. Starting with luring Eve to Poland in the first place.)
posted by thecaddy at 7:34 PM on May 6 [3 favorites]


Caroline's face when realising her daughter is up to her neck - did she already know, is it having Konstantin involved, what? - and her daughter's emotional gamble that doesn't work and the silent migraine-pillow agony. Oh, so very very beautiful.
posted by dorothyisunderwood at 12:36 AM on May 7 [1 favorite]


I LOVE Villanelle and Eve, but I think Carolyn is stealing this season. She's impeccable.

She really is, and they're giving Fiona Shaw more to play this season. I loved her delivery about needing her office back.

It's funny how this show has an undercurrent of parents and children running through it this season — Kenny's death, Villanelle needing to find her family after she briefly snatches a baby before it's thrown away by her spy-mother, Konstantin and Irina, Fiona's remote parenting.
posted by gladly at 6:27 AM on May 7 [1 favorite]




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