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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Being Human season 2 finale- It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To recap/review

What Happened- Josh is still mourning Julia and blaming himself for her death, naturally. His sister tries to comfort him to no avail. Nora tells Josh that if he kills Ray, everyone werewolf Josh has made will be cured. Since Josh promised Nora that he would save her, he is now determined to kill Ray. Even though he promised Nora that he wouldn’t kill Ray. Sally possesses Ray’s wife and calls him, telling him that her car broke down. When Ray shows up on an abandoned road to help his wife, Josh jumps out with a gun and takes him to the woods shed. Josh bungles the situation and Ray ends up holding the shotgun on Josh. Nora shows up with a handgun and holds it on Ray. The screen goes black and we hear two gunshots.

Aidan plans to meet Josh at the shed and help him kill Ray, but he got sidetracked. He decides to kill Mother and asks Henry to give him a signal when Mother is asleep. Henry bungles the situation and Mother manages to trap Aidan. Mother tries to get Suren to kill Aidan in order to prove herself, but Suren refuses. Mother kills Suren and pits Aidan to ground in Suren’s old grave. Mother keeps her victims hanging from meat hooks in her cellar, which is disgusting.

Sally wants to go to limbo to rectify her misdeeds. She can either get shredded or take another ghost’s door, which she doesn’t want to do since she might make the other ghost go crazy like she did. Sally asks her mother to shred her, but Mom won’t do it. Mom says sweet things to Sally and then Mom’s door appears. Mom tries to get Sally to take it, but Sally isn’t willing to hurt her own mother. Sally shreds herself. At the end of the episode, we hear Sally trying to contact Josh and Aidan through a radio frequency. We hear her tell them that she needs help and that she made a mistake.

Comments- Last week, we were too busy to write about the episode that killed Julia, but that was a great one. We were sad when she died, and it has to be hard for Josh to realize that if he was just honest in the first place, Julia would have loved him enough.

This show couldn’t go out without showing us Aidan’s doofy mustache again. The vampire party disappointed. Hundreds of years of life and the best thing a vampire can play is Fur Elise? Ern could play that song at one point, and Ern is known for being pretty lame at the piano.

Josh and Aidan are incapable of screaming words like straight men. Josh yelling at Ray to get down on the ground was the gayest thing we’ve ever heard. We are not sad that Suren died. She was crazy and a bad influence on Aidan. She took this season to a dark place. Sally is awesome and brave for shredding herself.

We can’t believe this is how they are ending things this season. Cliffhangers always bum us out. At least there will be a season three. This season, overall, was a little too dark for us. We love dark, but there need to be moments of levity and friendship. The humor in this season was good, but there was far too little. We need more roommate boding and fewer meat hooks, thanks.

Episode grade: B+
Season grade: B

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