In Yellowjackets Season 2’s fifth episode, Misty finally finds Natalie after weeks of looking. She was astonished to learn that Natalie was a guest at a Lottie-run establishment. Given Lottie’s history of mental illness and Natalie’s personal struggle with Lottie, she refused to believe that Natalie was voluntarily staying there. Callie discovered that the man she had been seeing was a cop in the meantime. Callie told Jay (Matt Saracusa) a falsehood about Shauna having an affair with Randy in order to protect her mother. Shauna made the decision to make the lie even more convincing to the police when Callie told her parents the truth.
Is Walter Tattersall Dangerous?
Misty is misled by Walter Tattersall, who tries to persuade her that his concern for her is completely benign. He merely wanted to go along with her as she made sense of her pals and her ever-complicated existence. But is Walter actually blameless? It seems unlikely that he has never been interested in the Yellowjackets given how he is constantly pulled to mysteries. He recognized that he and Misty were very similar and that he may have been obsessed with them. He may not be a fan of the Yellowjackets, but he has a strong desire to catch the person who killed Adam Martin. When Misty revealed that she was acquainted with Martin’s mother, he did not have faith in her, and she de-voted his postings to shield her from more abuse. Walter researched Adam’s mother and discovered that she had passed away.
Walter had a hypothesis that Misty had lied to him because she had murdered Adam on their behalf. After hearing his theory, Misty was astounded and decided to break off her relationship with Walter. But getting rid of him won’t be simple. It’s really troubling that he’s interested in Misty and her friends. He didn’t seem troubled by her involvement in a murder investigation, but he could as well have pretended to have discovered some proof of his notion. Walter Tattersall is not yet presumed innocent. We have not yet learned whether his apparent ulterior objective is motivated by a sense of justice or a love passion.
The history showed that Crystal, Misty’s closest companion in the forest, was the first person she killed. They were no longer able to live apart from one another, and they trusted one another enough to share their darkest secrets. The emergency transmitter had been destroyed, Misty said. This wasn’t just another pointless secret that Crystal could make light of and then move on from. Crystal understood that Misty was a psychopath who had ruined their lives and that they deserved to be made aware of it. If Crystal dared to reveal her secret to others, Misty vowed to murder her. Crystal attempted to leave Misty, but her steps were unsteady, and she tumbled off the cliff. Misty attributed Crystal’s abrupt absence to the blizzard, which she believed was both accidental and deliberate.
What Did Tai s Alter Ego Want From Van?
Adult Van is the owner of a VHS shop that serves as a sanctuary for LGBT people. Although she was regarded as legendary by the local teenagers, her financial situation is explained by the mortgage letters and the stale doughnuts. When Tai walked through the door, it was simply another day at the store. She was initially shocked, but she soon understood Tai was in pain once more. Although there doesn’t seem to be any animosity between Tai and Van, we still don’t know why they split up.
The only person with whom Tai could be entirely honest was Van. Tai gave the explanation for why she was so desperate for assistance from her. She was well-known and had an odd altar in the basement that she could only ever discuss with Van. Her alternate self awoke as Tai was falling asleep. She approached Van and gave her a passionate kiss. Van was not terrified of Tai because he had already seen the other side of her. She said that they were not in the proper location when Van pressed her to explain the cause for her unexpected visit. It appears that Tai’s other self wishes to associate with Lottie and the purple folk. It is obvious that there is a motivation bringing the remaining Yellowjackets to the facility. It’s crucial to keep in mind that Van lied about her physical condition. The medication was for her mother, she said, but she was the one who took it. They could have needed to save Van as well, and they were going to the only location they thought could help.
Ending Explained: What Happened To Shauna s Baby? What Is The Significance Of The Antler Queen?
In the prior episode, Natalie took Lottie’s cabinet key. She discovered that Lottie had personal data on each resident of the facility after breaking into her office and looking through her files. She attempted to use the document she was holding to show that Lottie was defrauding her supporters, but they spoke in Lottie’s defense. Natalie was shocked to learn that the members voluntarily gave Lottie access to their personal data. Natalie was reminded by Lottie that the entire reason for their reunion was to decipher the significance of Travis’ note. Lottie helped Natalie recall what she had said the last time she met Travis by attempting psychological counseling. Natalie overdosed while Travis and Natalie were together the last time they were both high on narcotics. When she was about to pass away, she experienced some unsettling images. In her dream, the plane disaster claimed the lives of the entire squad. She came to understand that while they were living in the bush, someone else or an unidentified dark spirit remained with them. Furthermore, they had carried that darkness with them. To see her vision more clearly, I slowed down the film. At one point, it appeared as though she viewed herself as the antler queen with dark, beady eyes. Lottie was scared as Natalie detailed her dreams. She observed that the antler queen appeared in her shadow. According to the visions, the darkness was not an outside force but rather something they carried within of them from the woods. It appears that the darkness is using its influence to bring the Yellowjackets together because it needs something from them.
Shauna was not persuaded of Lottie’s authority even though the entire crew had become her followers. She found Lottie’s obsession with her child to be annoying. Shauna didn’t care about their collective meditation and prayers; all she needed was their support. One morning, Tai followed Lottie out of the cottage because she was sick of her odd behavior. She was angry at her new best friend for asking Lottie for assistance. After several sleepwalking nights, Tai joined Lottie’s circle to seek solace. She didn’t know if she believed in her ability, but she did discover that meditation made it easier for her to fall asleep. The fight between Shauna and Tai was cut short by a blizzard. In the last moments of Yellowjackets Episode 5, Tai used the skill Lottie had taught them to be in tune with nature to lead the group to the cottage. In the next episode’s preview, it is revealed that Shauna lost her kid while she was in labor. Given her age, it is clear that Callie was not the child Shauna was carrying. Shauna might put the blame for her loss on Lottie. However, someone in the shadows might be to blame. The darkness craved blood; it relentlessly pushed the teammates to the limit, and the baby had kind of made Shauna ruthless.
We may anticipate Shauna getting into problems in Yellowjackets Season 2 Episode 6 as Matt Saracusa discovers the lotion-filled protection in the hotel room. It verified his misgivings that Shauna sought to deflect the police’s attention. Jeff made the decision to keep the Yellowjackets in the dark about the police interrogation. The Yellowjackets will rejoin in the forest, where they may make one more attempt to face the night. When Javi referenced a buddy who had asked him not to go back to the cabin, was it only a whisper from the friend, or did the darkness assume human form and speak to Javi?