Killjoys

Killjoys – Blame it on the Rain

by Alan Rapp on July 30, 2019

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Killjoys - Blame it on the Rain television review

After her initial plan to wake-up Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane fails, Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) regroups with all the Killjoys in the quad after her. Luckily Zeph (Kelly McCormack) has survived her near-death experience and has come up with a way to wake up the Jaqobis boys. Unlucky for Zeph, she gets caught in the rain and is reprogrammed, unable to help the reunited team make an escape after attack one of the the Lady‘s terraforming factories.

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Killjoys – Run, Yala, Run

by Alan Rapp on July 23, 2019

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Killjoys - Run, Yala, Run TV review

Sometimes the heroes lose. It’s a brave new world in Killjoys‘ Fifth Seeason premiere. After escaping the Green, the Lady (Lily Gail Reid) has begun reshaping Westerly to suit her needs. While D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) remains a Killjoy, albeit without any memories of his friends or family, Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) and Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) are living life as a married couple blissfully unaware of the truth… until Dutch begins to wake-up. The Lady has turned the world topsy turvy recasting those to fit her whims (and to keep the dangerous at arm’s length). There are certainly questions here, such as who is lurking behind the scenes to help trigger Dutch’s memory? And, now that her first attempt has failed, what kind of shock will Dutch need to force on her friends to try and awake them again?

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Killjoys – Sporemaggedon

by Alan Rapp on September 24, 2018

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Killjoys - Sporemaggedon TV review

The Killjoys season finale finds Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen), and D’avin (Luke Macfarlane) all entering the Green for a final battle against the Lady. There a few twists here as D’avin’s anti-Green powers prove not to be the answer to stopping the Lady, the Lady toying with Johnny allowing for a return of sorts for Pawter (Sarah Power), a sudden amnesia causing disease is released in Westerly, and the Lady has one final trick up her sleeve to escape the Green just when in looks like our heroes had saved the day, thus resetting the show for Season Five.

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  • Title: Killjoys – What to Expect When You’re Expecting…An Alien Parasite
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Killjoys - What to Expect When You're Expecting...An Alien Parasite television review

“What to Expect When You’re Expecting…An Alien Parasite” is a fun episode that finally features all the core characters together under one roof. While trying to figure out how to help Johnny (Aaron Ashmore), more of Dutch‘s (Hannah John-Kamen) time in the Green is revealed (although still not how she managed to escape). While we still don’t understand why the Green crystallized following her return to the real world, we now know why Aneela stayed behind and what the Lady wanted from Dutch. As for Johnny, his attempt to kill himself not only revealed a way to de-Hullenize him but also how to deliver Delle Seyah Kendry‘s (Mayko Nguyen) baby, which it turns out isn’t a tentacle monster ready to enslave the human race. I don’t know if I’m relieved or disappointed.

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Killjoys – Bro-D Trip

by Alan Rapp on August 6, 2018

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Killjoys - Bro-D Trip television review

“Bro-D Trip” focuses on the Jacobi brothers and their search for Green while leaving Delle Seyah Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) to fend for herself against Juno Clay (Billy MacLellan) who plans to hunt down the Killjoys and take her baby to recoup lost expenses. Throughout the episode, a more devious and murderous Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) continues to struggle with the effects of Hullen psychosis (even going so far as to actually shoot is brother in the back at one point). Dutch‘s (Hannah John-Kamen) appearance at the end of the episode saves D’Avin (Luke Macfarlane) but leaves all kinds of questions about what is happening in the minds of two of the show’s three stars.

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