Deadites are no match for our hero, but the Sheriff is, when Ash is brought up on charges. Ruby, Kelly, and Pablo go to break him out, but they discover some people are not who they seem to be. There's a new evil in town.

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Deadites are no match for our hero, but the Sheriff is, when Ash is brought up on charges. Ruby, Kelly, and Pablo go to break him out, but they discover some people are not who they seem to be. There's a new evil in town.

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Okay, uhh...obviously I know exactly what's going on but, for the sake of these people, maybe you should explain
20 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

OK, let's explain. After the lame previous episode, things were in danger of going bad pretty fast. Luckily a more interesting premise gives some life to the show. Baal's apparition helps.

Our big bad for season two, Baal is here on Earth, and with the book gone, we have a problem. On top of that Ash is detained and in prison, Chet too (even if for more down-to-earth reasons), and pretty soon, everyone is gathered in the police precinct with Baal willing to create havoc all around.

What we have then is one of those who-is-the-bad-it-could-be-anyone episodes. Baal can take the skin out of people and put them as a costume, so we don't know who it is. Cue lots of paranoia, shouting and characters looking threateningly at each other. Not original, but raises the tension and gives some development after the empty previous episode.

All in all, it ends up being more lively (cough cough) than the previous episode, the action is funnier, the comedy actually is there, and we can have some fun with Ash et al.

Oh, and Pablo is having some internal growing.


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