Following Popclaw's tip, the Boys find a Triad hideout, housing an imprisoned Japanese woman, the Female, whom Frenchie frees. After she kills her guards and runs off, Milk finds evidence the Female was a test subject. When Hughie meets Starlight while bowling, Butcher has him bug her phone. With the Compound-V supply compromised, A-Train has Popclaw go into hiding, while he searches for the Female. Stillwell sends Homelander and Queen Maeve to save a hijacked airliner, but Homelander casually abandons the plane when the plan fails, forcing Maeve to choose her survival over the passengers. Frenchie finds evidence leading to Penn Station, and makes a momentary connection there with the Female, but loses her in the crowd. They corner her on the tracks, but A-Train arrives and tries to kill her. Frenchie attracts a crowd to distract A-Train, allowing the Female to escape. The Boys corner her again, and Frenchie tries talking to her. She still attacks, so Butcher uses knock out gas. ...
Did You Know?
Jessie T. Usher's portrayal of lightning-fast runner A-Train isn't the first time he's played an athlete. In the series "Survivor's Remorse," he played Cam Calloway, a basketball prodigy who gets signed to a lucrative professional basketball contract. See more
When Madelyn Stillwell shows Homelander and Queen Maeve the map of the route of Transoceanic Flight 37, the spot representing Chicago roughly corresponds with the actual location of Moosonee, Ontario, at the southern tip of James Bay in Canada. The Great Lakes are clearly visible on the map, but "Chicago" is nowhere near Lake Michigan. See more
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