An angry mob corners Ash and the team in Brock's house while Ruby tries to summon the spell to send Baal back to hell. Ash finally proves to the townsfolk he is not a murderer but a hero, when a familiar deadite comes for him.

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An angry mob corners Ash and the team in Brock's house while Ruby tries to summon the spell to send Baal back to hell. Ash finally proves to the townsfolk he is not a murderer but a hero, when a familiar deadite comes for him.

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The number on Brock's house is 87, which is the year evil dead 2 was released See more »

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Chet Kaminski: Ah!
Cheryl: Just you and me now, Chet.
[makes the radio play a caset]
Cheryl: I missed you, baby! Oh... my baby's got a boo-boo.
Chet Kaminski: Nah, I don't have a boo-boo.
Cheryl: Oh, gee.
[licks Chet's wound]
Chet Kaminski: This doesn't feel half as good as it used to.
[Cheryl bites his neck]
Chet Kaminski: Ahh!
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References X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) See more »

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Never Say Never
Written by Debora Iyall
Performed by Romeo Void
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I kill demons, not people. Unless those people are demons, who look like people. And then I kill people, but they're not really people, they're demons.
27 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Another episode that advances at a snail's pace and its saved by the last five minutes. The series should be doing something about pace, because it is dragging a story-line that is thin as they come and wasting one of the most amazing characters ever.

Ash and the team are trapped in Ash's house, while the townsfolk have it surrounded and are asking for Ash's head (Baal has something to do into all this hate). Pablo is an open book (kind of). Chet has a crush on someone from Ash's past (creepy creepy). And Ash... well, Ash is a little bit lost with all that is going around.

As said above, the episode is another one that teeters on pointlessness. A bunch of characters shouting, more shooting in the dark, very little humor, characters that are used and thrown away for no purpose, totally wasted... The biggest problem is the pace, as the show is trying to fit two minutes of plot into a twenty-five minutes episode. It would be better to have shorter seasons (I know, I know, money), around six episodes, than a longer one that makes it all so boring.

With four episodes till the end of the second season, "Ash vs Evil Dead" is starting to overcome its welcome. A sharp turn will be necessary to infuse new life into the show.


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