Killjoys

Situations become dire as Killjoys’ season finale approaches

With the Sept. 2 season finale quickly approaching, Killjoys has shifted into high gear. D’Avin’s control over the green plasma, Dutch’s search for Aneela and Pawter’s discovery of what those walls are for come together in Friday’s new episode, “Full Metal Monk.” Here’s what the official episode synopses from Space says:

Clues from Khlyen’s Red 17 transmission lead Dutch, D’Avin and Alvis to an old research facility on Arkyn while Johnny and Pawter try to rally outside support in the impending war for Westerly.

And here are some non-spoilery tidbits from us.

D’Avin shows off his wizardly ways
D’Avin proved has been showing his connection with the green goo for the last couple of weeks. In tonight’s episode, Turin is an eye-witness when the pair chase down a baddie … with eye-popping results.

Is there something on my face?
Is there something on my face?

Pawter shows her power
Pawter flexes her muscles and works to have Johnny released from custody. But Jelco isn’t easily swayed by her tough talk, however. Meanwhile, Pawter reveals the real reason behind the walls and what evil plans are in the works. (Wynonna Earp‘s Shamier Anderson stops by for a guest gig.)

Does Aneela really exist?
Khlyen says she does, but can he really be trusted? D’Avin argues Dutch should be concentrating on other things, but she’s become so single-minded, is that possible? Will D’Av choose to help her, or his brother? What would you do? Dutch’s journey for the truth necessitates a visit with Olin, and tales of green-tinged rivers of death and—perhaps—monks who once battled a devil. (Keep an eye out for veteran actor Julian Richings in a key role.)

Killjoys airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on Space.

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Prior to becoming a television critic and partner at TV, Eh?, Greg David was a critic for TV Guide Canada, the country's most trusted source for TV news. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes folks from hundreds of television series from Canada, the U.S. and internationally. He is a podcaster, public speaker, weekly radio guest and educator, and past member of the Television Critics Association.
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