“Beforehand on fucking Chucky,” the murderous doll went on a rampage at Lexy’s occasion, lastly confronting the imply lady and setting her household’s historic residence ablaze within the course of. That’s the place it ended, leaving a large cliffhanger to one of many season’s most anticipated showdowns to this point. “Simply Let Go” facilities on the very messy, wide-reaching fallout for all gamers concerned. Episode 4 is a huge pendulum swing ahead, clicking items into place as Jake (Zachary Arthur) inches nearer to exoneration or condemnation.
Shock, shock, Jake’s archenemy and the season’s most vicious- subsequent to Chucky- refuses to go down with no battle, and battle Lexy (Alyvia Alyn Lind) did. She survived her encounter, which implies that Jake is now not alone within the information of Chucky’s existence. That makes for an sudden alliance as each Jake and Lexy head into the burnt shell of her former residence for solutions. In the meantime, Chucky has unfinished enterprise to take care of, luring him to the hospital to cope with free ends. With a physique rely and a number of accidents, each mother and father and the authorities need justice, placing Jake in an much more precarious scenario.
“Simply Let Go” begins to tie all of the plot threads collectively slowly. Lethal catastrophes with a deadly toll have a means of uniting folks, then dividing them into diverging coping mechanisms. It’s a pivotal make-or-break second for Jake; will he take the final word fall for Chucky’s slaughter, or will Chucky expose himself and vindicate the poor teen? Even with that dangling query, Jake must grapple together with his interior darkness. Surprisingly, it’s Lexy that forces that to the forefront. She’s been a ruthless bully of Jake’s, however does she should be murdered? That the bully might train her sufferer about humanity or advantage, and the viewer by proxy, makes for essentially the most fascinating factor of the collection to discover but.
Chucky makes for the opposite intriguing part of episode 4, notably for franchise followers. We’ve but to see the collection’ legacy forged exterior of scant Easter eggs and the killer Good Man doll’s journey on this episode may lastly supply the catalyst wanted to summon them- emphasis on may. On the very least, it’s a stable reminder of Cult of Chucky’s conclusion and will get the wheels spinning on how that would affect or affect “Chucky.”
Episode 4 is a stable shove ahead for “Chucky.” The momentum good points huge steam, pushing all character arcs ahead in significant methods. Three episodes in, and Chucky practically lured Jake to the darkish aspect for good, and it is likely to be Lexy that pulls him again from that place along with her dose of harsh fact; an sudden consequence that would make the beginning of redemption for her. If Chucky doesn’t get her first, anyway. Jake’s soul is way from protected simply but. Jake has additionally been the prime suspect within the weird string of murders, and “Simply Let Go” makes headway on that entrance as properly, even making a bit time to flesh out Jake’s relationship with Devon (Bjorgvin Arnarson).
All whereas Chucky continues his gleeful, bloody warpath.
“Chucky” airs on USA and Syfy on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET.