We’ve got a lot going on this episode but I’m going to start by saying, again, I love this theme song. Because it’s awesome
Now, less awesome is Dolls being benched for most of this episode. His shadowy bosses have taken him to places unknown to plan his reassignment because he still can’t prove to them that there are actual demons/revenants in Purgatory. And if he is reassigned then that means everyone he’s recruited will need… dealing with
I’m dubious about this. Sure I can see them wanting some results, but is it just Wynonna’s gun that leaves no trace? Because tangible evidence of woo-woo must, by definition, be hard to find. And what do they think he’s doing? Making up stuff so he can continue an extended holiday in the arse-end of America? Is it not worth keeping 1 agent there since that agent insists something is going on?
Unable to present evidence, he ominously mentions something which isn’t revenant or demon which should interest them. That could be Wynonna, Doc or the Stone Witch Constance.
Since Waverley is having a part, Wynonna and Nicole Haught are left to get drunk and complain about not being invited (as well as reflect rather obviously on Waverley’s character development) while looking at the latest case in hunting down the last member of the seven. This introduces the new pathologist (who is kind of fun and creepy), lots of ominous foreshadowing for the revenant and the fact he keeps playing with Wynonna, trying to freak her out. Including random nose bleeds. Nicole definitely knows something is going on and Wynonna tries to drive her away, which is a shame because they’re really good together.
Waverley and Doc are the ones who face the main action this week. Doc continues to have a complicated relationship with everyone, having told Wynonna to take a walk when she comes to him for help since he doesn’t think their relationship is very reciprocal and is causing him difficulties with the Revenant. All he cares about is Constance the Stone Witch