Killjoys

Killjoys – Wargasm

by Alan Rapp on September 6, 2017

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Killjoys - Wargasm TV review

Killjoys closes out its Third Season with the war between the Hullen and the Killjoys finally heating up. “Wargasm” also gives us the confrontation between Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and Aneela (John-Kamen), although its outcome (and that of the war) is unexpected. Given how the episode ends, it looks like its going to be awhile before our three heroes return to their roles as space bounty hunters.

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Killjoys – Reckoning Ball

by Alan Rapp on August 28, 2017

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Killjoys - Reckoning Ball TV review

The penultimate episode of Killjoys‘ Third Season deals primarily with D’Avin (Luke Macfarlane) attempting to come up with a plan to stop Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) that doesn’t involve Dutch‘s (John-Kamen) death as well. The idea of leading her crazy doppelganger into a trap through a fake memory placed within the Green is a good one, but (as is often the case) things hardly go according to plan. Meanwhile, Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) has his hands full with the arrival of a pregnant Delle Seyah Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) under a flag of truce. And, based on the episode’s final scene, she’s not the only one who has made an unexpected visit.

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Killjoys – Heist, Heist, Baby

by Alan Rapp on August 22, 2017

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Unaware of the chaos aboard the Hullen ship where Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) is desperately searching for Delle Seyah Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) and consumed with taking back control of the green, the Killjoys come up with a plan to even the odds against their enemy. However, they’re going to need some unusual tech to do so. Buying some information off some less-than-trustworthy allies who end up betraying them, Dutch (John-Kamen), Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), and D’Avin (Luke Macfarlane) head out to steal a sonic amplifier and, as usually happens wit the Killjoys‘ plans, things go wrong rather quickly.

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Killjoys – The Wolf You Feed

by Alan Rapp on August 14, 2017

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Killjoys - The Wolf You Feed television review

The nature of Dutch‘s (Hannah John-Kamen) connection to both Khlyen (Rob Stewart) and Aneela (John-Kamen) has been one the show’s writers have kept close to the vest, until now. With the help of Zeph (Kelly McCormack), Dutch undergoes a risky medical procedure which allows her to see into the memories of Aneela allowing the Killjoy to discover the nature of Khlyen’s relationship with her more evil and unstable doppelganger and better understand what led Klein to rescue her all those years ago. Like most of the show’s reveals, it’s about as bizarre as possible. And answers she finds only raises further questions for Dutch and who and what she is.

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Killjoys – Attack the Rack

by Alan Rapp on August 1, 2017

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Killjoys - Attack the Rack TV review

The war against the Hullen begins as Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) leads a culling of the local branch of the Rack which goes horribly wrong when the Killjoys discover they have been betrayed by one of their own (Erik Knudsen). While Dutch continues to skulk around playing whack-a-Hullen, Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and D’Avin (Luke Macfarlane) are captured and tortured for information. Despite surviving, and proving the truth about the Hullen to the leaders of the other Rack groups, the Killjoys are dealt yet another crippling blow as Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen) destroys all the enemies standing in her way.

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