Snowpiercer Season 3 Episode 2 is all about Wilford showing no mercy. Morale is down, the resistance gains steam, and Wilford wants to eliminate Layton’s train all together. A really solid episode, bracing for war.
Snowpiercer season 3 episode 2 shows us more of Wilford’s no mercy approach and how he’s on the brink of losing it. Morale is not good, the resistance is definitely gaining steam, but Wilford does have a solid plan to take out Layton! Make sure you check out my quick review below.
Another very good episode in season 3 and it’s leading to a battle between the two trains! I’m glad they didn’t drag out too long, the trains being separated. Wilford’s machine told Layton’s train exactly where they were and they are both close. No Eden discovery and no Melanie, but let’s face it, girl is coming back. In my video I say episode 4, but I watched the teaser for episode 3 and it could be sooner.
Ruth is the true hero of Snowpiercer. Girl was willing to get her arm frozen off. Wilford had the audacity to say he put those arm holes in as a threat, but let’s face it, he would have definitely used them too. He probably would have used them more than Ruth and Melanie.
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LJ and Oz got married and it’s the closest thing to a celebrity wedding. Of course Wilford wants to publicize it and use it to boost morale. Wilford finally addresses Oz’s past and how he was not a very good person.
Snowpiercer season 3 episode 2 pushed the story forward and it’s leading us to a war! I definitely want to see Wilford ousted from power, but we’ll see how that goes. Let us know your thoughts and check out our quick review.
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