Jessica Jones (2015– )
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AKA Playland 

Waking up in unfamiliar surroundings, Jessica once again finds herself torn between two worlds and facing an impossible choice.

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Trish Walker
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Malcolm Ducasse
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Pryce Cheng
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Alisa Jones
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Dorothy Walker
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Detective Eddy Costa
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Linda Chao
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Steven Benowitz
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Dr. Torres
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Vido Arocho
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Trudy
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Waking up in unfamiliar surroundings, Jessica once again finds herself torn between two worlds and facing an impossible choice.

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8 March 2018 (USA)  »

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Jeri Hogarth: You should be very afraid of the woman who has absolutely nothing left to lose.
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A stunningly well executed conclusion to a somewhat shaky season.
26 March 2018 | by See all my reviews

I went into this episode with little to no expectations, given the low IMDb rating and the quality of season 2 up to this point. While none of it is downright bad, and some of it is very good (such as the flashback episode), it feels like the writers spent most of their time trying and failing to find things for the side characters to do. They also never came up with anything as compelling as the Kilgrave storyline... at least, until this episode.

I really, really love this conclusion. It pulls together what felt like questionable decisions for the directions of the characters from previous episodes and justifies them with rich, gripping storytelling and a truly powerful conclusion. I was absolutely stunned by how dark and powerful the conclusion of the main storyline is. The ending of the episode is smart and satisfying.

In some ways, season 2 is the exact inverse of season 1. The first season was one of the most insanely gripping pieces of storytelling I've ever seen, but the last 3 episodes really lost the thread, from the convoluted Simpson storyline to the gratifying but ultimately anticlimactic and dissapointingly final conclusion to the Kilgrave storyline. Season 2, on the other hand, feels somewhat aimless and underbaked throughout a lot of it, but ends in a way that is very satisfying and justifies a lot of the decisions made throughout the season.


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