So last week by poisoning Champaign, Bobo managed to convince the town full of people who aren’t exactly fans of Wynonna to start with, to attack Wynonna. They’re stopped, surprisingly, by Sherriff Nedley who has been pulling out several surprising moments of awesome these last few episodes. I always appreciate a show and character that can surprise me. Though it has to be said the mob just kind of stands there so isn’t much of a threat to Wynonna anyway
The Revenants could also be a problem so Doc and dolls take care of that – which also involves Doc confronting Dolls about his little phials of unknown substance. Dolls, ominously, says that they keep him alive – oh, and part of him dead. Yes that sounds ominous. More so when Doc decides to inject a wounded Dolls with one of the phials at random- turning Dolls into a lethal yellow eyed killing machine. Oh yes there’s definitely more there
At least Dolls and Doc are bonding. They could be good friends
Oh and Doc fills Nicole in on everything – which was awesome and about time! And fun how it was done.
The main threat is Willa and her lover Bobo the Revenant leader heading to the boundary to finally break down Triangle and let the Revenants out. Which didn’t work because Willa doesn’t have Peacemaker, which is kind of a necessary part of the whole heir thing. Without the gun they can’t break the barrier.
Which means Willa has to go gun hunting by pretending to be all friendly with Wynonna. Their brief team up hardly works as it’s quickly clear Willa doesn’t care about innocent people or even their sister Waverley. It all falls apart when she learns that Waverley – who has been suspicious for a while – is the one who took Peacemaker. There’s a tense stand off, there are guns – and Willa leaves with Peacemaker and shoots Nicole.
Oh someone on the writing team deserves a smack for teasing that. Thankfully, in a practice that all television lesbians should adopt, Nicole is wearing a bullet proof vest.
Waverley pursues Bobo and we get some more hints about a far greater storyline: Bobo saved Willa when she was 13 from the other Revenants – but he wasn’t the only one who spoke to her while she was being held by him. Constance also found her, took her which is how Bobo lost track of her and why he was doing her bidding. He also drops the bombshell that Wavelery isn’t an Earp
Well there’s some questions answered
Probably-Angel-Guy who fixed Doc’s car also drops in to try and convince Bobo of all people not to break the barrier around Purgatory because there are far darker and more dangerous things involved. He appeals to Bobo and not Willa because she is “too far gone” which isn’t a good sign
Black Badge also arrives in force: but not to help, just to observe. At least they can make a cure: but the head has a serious personal beef against Dolls. She’s not going to help – she is going to be a nuisance.