Where did it leave us? There are still many unanswered questions, such as whether the girls will tell anyone that Dr. Boggs is writing an out-of-date book about a mother of four murdered by her daughter, or whether her memories Will Andy come back, or if Ben will eventually bring the two and two together and realize the girls told him Leland kidnapped their father. And does anyone care that Grace showed how the DF company has the emblem of a large evil clan?
We don’t know if any of this will actually happen, but we do know one thing: things will change next season. The season ends with Kristen finding her missing egg (after an unfortunate diversion earlier in the season) and it turns out that the egg has been fertilized: with Leland’s baby. To make matters worse, Kristen finds her mother in the same office, the office where the cupcake-loving demon works. There’s no way that this doesn’t affect the dynamic, and now that Monsignor Korecki is not present and given Father Ignatius’s less interest in church politics, we can have a proper open war against him. back to Leland in season 4.
And that’s because we knew season 4 was coming, and we knew it was going to be different. That’s because the final scene of the episode closes the Contemporary Devil’s Pop-up Book, flips the book and reveals the Contemporary Angels Pop-up Book, with the Devil of the End giving way to Angels. god of beginnings. What does that mean? Hoping for at least one win for the main team.
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