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UnREAL S2E8 Review

Hey folks! It's Jessica. It feels like a long time since I've watched an episode of UnREAL. With all the craziness of the TCAs, I decided to go ahead and binge-watch the last two episodes before the season two finale. I cannot believe it has come to this. Things are really heating up, and I'm excited to know what happens next.

2x08 - "Fugitive"

We finally know Yael's motives for being on Everlasting. She is a reporter looking to expose the show and bring it to its downfall. And she convinces ousted Coleman to go along with it. 

Coleman takes Rachel out of the hospital, and into his office, where she confesses that the show murdered Mary. I don't know about you, but something is rotten in the state of Denmark. 

Things between Quinn and her boyfriend hit a snag when he suggests that they should have children. This was a subplot in the episode that shows Quinn's vulnerability. I love the fact that she stood up to Rachel's mother. 

But what really hit the episode on home was when Rachel admits that she was raped as a child. Scandalous. But I have a bad feeling this could backfire big time. At the end of the episode, Coleman is seen talking to Yael. 

For the Everlasting part, Chantal wins the immunity challenge and votes with Yael and Jamison to send Tiffany home. But Darius turns things around by sending Jamison home, all because she is a cop. In addition, he chooses Tiffany to go on the date with him. Oooooooooooo....that's not going to go well with the Blue Lives Matter crowd, but it's UnREAL and the show is meant to push some buttons. 

I feel like the show is slowly revealing that Coleman is a douchebag. Quinn is back in the office, y'all! UnREAL is back to form. I can't wait to see how the rest unfolds. 

Grade: A+