Locke & Key (2020– )
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The Black Door 

Kinsey explores the sea cave with the Savini Squad in tow. Meanwhile, Nina confronts Ellie over Joe, and Tyler sabotages his relationship with Jackie.

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Mark Tonderai (as Mike Tonderai-Hodges)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Darby Stanchfield ... Nina Locke
Connor Jessup ... Tyler Locke
Emilia Jones ... Kinsey Locke
Jackson Robert Scott ... Bode Locke
Petrice Jones ... Scot Cavendish
Laysla De Oliveira ... Echo / Dodge
Griffin Gluck ... Gabe
Aaron Ashmore ... Duncan Locke
Sherri Saum ... Ellie Whedon
Kevin Alves ... Javi
Thomas Mitchell Barnet ... Sam Lesser
Eric Graise ... Logan Calloway
Genevieve Kang ... Jackie Veda
Felix Mallard ... Lucas Caravaggio
Martin Roach ... Detective Daniel Matuku
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Storyline

Kinsey's fixation on the Drowning Cave (and the locked door in back of it) puts the lives of the Savini Squad at risk. Nina, unhappy with Det. Matuku ruling Joe's death a suicide, confronts Ellie, getting on her bad side. Kinsey's effort to jog Uncle Duncan's memory results in a migraine. Whispers lead Bode to another Key but doesn't reveal what it does. Tyler's irresponsible actions drive Jackie away. After enabling Sam to escape prison, Echo seduces one of the Locke children. Written by statmanjeff

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Trivia

Duncan mentions taking the kids to Boston where he and "Brian" will take them out, quietly implying that he's homosexual. See more »

Goofs

If the sea caves are so dangerous that students died in them during Rendell's high school years, why did Matheson leave up the stairways that give everyone easy access into the caves, leading directly into the cave mouth? See more »

Quotes

Echo: You have no idea what's coming. It's gonna destroy your family and you'll be the one responsible. Don't say I didn't warn you.
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Glo Up
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Written by Latasha Alcindor
Performed by LATASHÁ
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Getting weary
9 February 2020 | by bsimpson189See all my reviews

As the series progresses it gets more and more weary. Ever since Kinsey "killed" her fear she has been obnoxious and annoying. The series is losing its luster.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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