Into the Badlands (2015– )
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Chapter II: Fist Like a Bullet 

M.K. finds refuge in an unlikely and dangerous place, while Sunny's loyalty is tested when Quinn tries to force him to commit an unspeakable act.

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David Dobkin

Writers:

Alfred Gough (created by), Miles Millar (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Wu ... Sunny
Orla Brady ... Lydia
Sarah Bolger ... Jade
Aramis Knight ... M.K.
Emily Beecham ... The Widow
Oliver Stark ... Ryder
Madeleine Mantock ... Veil
Ally Ioannides ... Tilda
Marton Csokas ... Quinn
Tony Bentley ... Vernon / Dr. Brooks / Veil's father
Jennifer Griffin ... Hannah
Owen Harn ... Hud
Teressa Liane ... Angelica
Zak Tomic Zak Tomic ... Teague
Stephen Lang ... Waldo
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M.K. finds refuge in an unlikely and dangerous place, while Sunny's loyalty is tested when Quinn tries to force him to commit an unspeakable act.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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When Sunny goes to see Waldo he gives him a corked bottle. When Waldo turns around to look at Sunny the bottle is on the table with the cork clearly in it. In the next shot when Waldo is at the table the cork is sitting on end on the table beside the bottle when no one has touched it. The cork remains off for the entirety of the characters talking. They then show Waldo from behind and he picks up the bottle and uncorks it (you can hear the squeak of the cork coming out of the bottle) and poured himself a drink. See more »

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The second episode of "Into the Badlands" keeps things chugging along, but those things are not particularly interesting, and the plot feels recycled and on its last fumes. And it is just the second episode.

Sunny gets more reasons to put his life into perspective. M.K. goes around meeting people. And the Widow fights in curious garments.

The fights in this second episode are good, even if it is curious how women always have to fight in interesting clothing. But as with the first episode, they offer nothing new under the sun. They are well choreographer and are entertaining enough, though. The plot, on the other hand... Let's say that originality is not a word known by the writers. Quinn's actions or the Widow's plotting are quite pedestrian and are there just to keep the 'plot' moving.


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