Killjoys – Three Mutineers

by Alan Rapp on August 26, 2019

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Killjoys - Three Mutineers television review

Alliances continue to shift in “Three Mutineers” as Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) struggles to deal with backstabbing convicts and murderous envoys. Johnny (Aaron Ashmore) on the other hand makes a new friend (Rachael Ancheril) and puts Nucy to work to get the Killjoys a new ship. By the end of the episode the Killjoys have all made it out alive, have a way back to Westerly, tricked the Lady into thinking that they are dead, and Dutch and Johnny have (thankfully) put hurt feelings and bruised pride aside just in time to continue the fight of their lives. Not bad for an hour’s work.

While the others are all having fun in space, there are other plotlines continuing to be developed as Kendry (Mayko Nguyen) and Jaq (Jaeden Noel) deal with the unexpected return of Aneela (Hannah John-Kamen), Zeph (Kelly McCormack) reawakens another ally, and Gared (Gavin Fox) is reawoken (but not by his lover). The fact that Khlyen (Rob Stewart) believes Dutch to be dead makes his next move completely unpredictable. Will he continue to work against the Lady or give in to his fate? What will the Lady’s men do with Pree (Thom Allison) and Fancy (Sean Baek) – whose short stint of believing himself to be a scientist was almost as amusing as Johnny convincing one of the convicts to give him a gun. And will our heroes make it back home in time?

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