Snowpiercer Season 3 Episode 8 is all about blood sacrifice. Of course getting to where they think Melanie is is harder than they thought. They literally have to travel through Volcanic gas, but no Melanie yet.
Snowpiercer season 3 episode 8 is all about sacrifice. Our group thinks Melanie is off a certain train line so they head there. Of course, they literally have to travel through Volcanic gas that of course starts to seep in to the agriculture car.
Quick Review Snowpiercer S3 Episode 8
Layton still making amends for his guilt over New Eden. Asha also needs to let her guilt go from what she did to all those other people. I still think her character had more life, but I do see why they killed her off. She truly did unthinkable things to survive, but we know the people of the train have too.
Wilford thinks it’s a good idea to find Melanie. He definitely manipulates our group just by planting the seed of doubt in their heads. It feels mute as to whether they find Melanie alive or dead. The Zarah/Wilford friendship is a bit off, but I’m open to it.
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I forgo to mention it in my video, but where is Josie. It felt a bit weird that they didn’t reference her at all. Also, I meant to mention that the windowed Doctor definitely kept her hubby alive and is creating some sort of Icy Bob/Frankenstein’s monster. I don’t like her alliance with LJ either. LJ is so bad!
Snowpiercer season 3 episode 8 is a solid episode and all about sacrifice. Those sacrifices can really break the train if everyone lets them. I’m here for Melanie’s return! Let us know your thoughts and check out our quick review.
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