Hobbs and Farah are trying to sort out the details of their case, and Hobbs is feeling pretty overwhelmed by the interconnectedness of it all. Even the Mage John Hannah is wondering about himself after viewing the drawings on the wall of the Cardenas house. Things are getting seriously dangerous for the gang. And as of now I have no new theories, my ideas were pretty much turned upside down. Didn't Ken say he'd been in the taxi for 70 days? This episode of Dirk Gently starts off the way all good things do: with breakfast! I love that they just push him into a crowd to find Scott Jared Ager-Foster and he bumps right into him.
Eddie calls Farah to tell her that the Blackwing is in Montana and make her leave but Farah is staying right where she is. The answer, if Wakti Wapnasi is to be believed, is kind of. Their scenes made me so happy. On the other hand, the rest of the gang seem to be using Dirk as a kind of coincidence tool to move the mystery along. Hobbs was out on his own to tow Cardenas truck from in front of the old house when he sees a truck go into the barn.
Todd runs to save him and Suzie casts a spell that gets everyone high. Tina, Dirk, and Todd are discussing the case out loud in a diner. Are you a person in there? Sherlock gave her something incredibly meaningful without truly realizing the implications. Amanda wakes to find herself surrounded by strange creatures in an unsettling environment. I mean when he was giving Tina a hug before he left to go to the hospital to make sure everything was okay with the old man his name I forgot I was like you better be coming back Hobbs! The Mage John Hannah is the bad guy and gets defeated at all the battles. They are so kind to each other and Panto called Bart beautiful. Also, the rest of the Rowdys were still in confinement while Dirk was free for a while.
At the Cardenas house the Mage is not happy though. As he tries to question him, the Mage shows up and casts a spell at Hobbs and the episode ends. Amanda learns the state of her true being and her true powers thanks to the Watki Wapnasi. How at first it was like they were getting gifts but after a while, it all turned into a nightmare. Back at the jail, Arnold is starting to freak out a little from dealing with the resurgence of his past. I really like the little rodent-cage water bottles strapped near their heads.
And who should they come across? Amanda Brotzman Hannah Marks , Wakti Wapnasi Agam Darshi. What must the Mage have thought when he saw the exposed mural in the house? Agam Darshi Sanctuary gave a great performance as the witch, and the conversation she and Amanda had was philosophical mentoring at its best! The one relationship that continues to surprise and delight me is the blooming friendship between Bart and Panto. Sherlock and Farah arrive at the Boreton house and Sherlock wonders if Suzie is dangerou… Guest Cast. I loved all the character moments and all the feels, but it felt like I got what was about 5 minutes of true information. To keep the spell book from being discovered, she distracts Farah by blaming her son Scott for killing her dog; she tells them to go to a concert to find the boy. He gets agitated at the mention of the scissors and blood and has a heart attack upon seeing Panto Trost Christopher Russell , who he insists cannot exist. He does mention that 1 the boat from the first episode fell from the sky, and 2 that strange things occurred once, but then stopped—and were all caused from dreams.
He already feels like a pawn of the Universe, and these coincidences cannot be helping. My hatred for the Mage is rising. Thinking that they're wrong about how many seconds have passed. He also gets new clothes by trading the ones from lockup, which Tina thinks is an amazing idea. But the universe is never wrong. They go after Scott anyway as a way to get to Suzie and the places to find him is at the music festival.
And now Hobbs has been zapped, ruining all the joy the earlier parts of the episode gave us. Like Bart, the show might not be such a wonder to the casual viewer, but ardent fans see the inner beauty. Questions are finally starting to be answered this week in Bergsberg. Farah and Hobbs Farah and Hobbs go back to speak to Suzie and have an amazing moment between them. The Cardenas boy, who is not a boy anymore, overhears them talking about his old home.
She figures that a child unattended will result in a dream become a nightmare. She comes into her own embracing these abilities when she encounters the woodland witch who brought her and the fourth member of the Rowdy 3 to Windlemoore in the first place. She wants to keep Vogel safe, find the rest of the Rowdy 3 and probably Todd and go home. I feel bad for Amanda; despite showing great power in last episode, she is still freaking out over what it all means, and ends up making Vogel cry. This episode gave us a bit more of that tonal mix that made season one so unique.
And we start the season on Dirk's 63rd day at Blackwing. For once, the show feels every bit as good as it did last season. When Gripps wonders how long they can go without energy, Martin considers the question. It means that her disease is most likely tied into her ability—and perhaps Todd might eventually develop it, as well. Wakti Wapnasi pushes Amanda to discover who she really is, and explains that the Rowdy 3 bring out something in Amanda that already existed. Or at the very least, five-eighths mostly deadish. He explains the drawings on the wall at the Cardenas house.