Weekly dose of praise aside, Twist And Shout features an extensive high school slaughter scene when Evil Ash dashes in to rip all teenage attendees brand new death holes during the dance. By claiming that her father is not just a psychotic serial killer, but also an evil being. Pablo's Brujo based bravery is certainly coming through in Santiago's performance, and it's clear he is no longer the bumbling sidekick he used to be. So, there is comfort in knowing that these deaths won't stick. Officer: When they strap you to the table, I'm gonna ask to stick in the needle myself. She's never been the one to put all her eggs in one basket.
I can hold my own pal. He does manage to meet up with the real Ash who is on his way to the hall where the dance is taking place. For almost four decades, he has played Ash Williams. The demon spawn complies loyally. Ash: That's what I was trying to tell you. Brandy grabs the Kandarian dagger and threatens Ash with it by pointing it at his throat.
It is the decision he would wish he can take it back. Impressive because Verheiden's writing team once again proves that they know how to successfully mix things up for our heroes from episode to episode and keep us guessing; frustrating because we want more time to explore the bold new directions this show is taking. Brandy attempts to use the dagger on Ash, but is unable to bring herself to do it. He was born with his own chainsaw limb so he must cut it off to have the same look as Ash. Ruby gets in front of Brandy under the guise of protecting her and lunges at Ash grabbing his chainsaw and putting it inside her stomach. There is emotion in his portrayal and when he mourns Brandy you feel it in the pit of your stomach.
As Ash mourns over the dead Brandy, we see Brandy wake up in the Dead Lands. I was kind of worried on how it would turn out and be received, but hopefully its success maked Netflix consider more similar adaptions. Could be my current mood. He is also capable of emotions and dare I say it love but more on that later. He immediately calls him Jefe. Or, rather, she outed herself in the end by standing up after being gutted by Ash's chainsaw and spewing moustache-twirling dialogue that any cartoon villain would find counter-productive.
You just called me boss. When he reveals himself as a demon, it scares Brandy off and gives Brandy more evidence that everything Ruby has told her about her father is true. And it seemed relatively popular for being a dark supernatural story. It just never made any sense to me, but it does go along with the bizarre and twisted nature of this series. Pablo's Brujo based bravery is certainly coming through in Santiago's performance, and it's clear he is no longer the bumbling sidekick he used to be. That leads me to believe Kaya doesn't have any power beyond occupying Kelly's body. The enraged Demon Woman of Fire, in spite of her eviscerated state, rises up to her feet much to the astonishment of all survivors present including Brandy who by now realizes her father had been right about her 'counselor' all along.
Perhaps they're sold in abundance at your local Ashy Slashy's Hardware Emporium. Pablo runs into Demon Ash, who attempts to kill him as well and chases him back into the gym. . Plus i don't know if i would even qualify that clone as a evil ash, it was more psychotic and menacing like her mother, i think i'm just gonna call it Rash. We want to hear from you. She sold some of the biggest moments of the night and this talented lady just continues to impress week in and week out when it comes to her acting skills.
Outside the chaos, Pablo pulls into the parking lot. By all accounts, it really was a brilliant plan, and it nearly worked. Demon Ash, picking off few isolated students outside the dance hall at first, encounters confused Brandy. Alas, gore fiends, that's how I feel. Demon Ash then attempts to kill Pablo but the Honduran successfully fends him off, fighting their way back into the bloodied dance hall where real Ash, Brandy, Ruby and surviving students are congregated. I'm all grown up now.
I'm glad that Pablo was made privy to Kelly's body swap from beyond pretty much immediately after the episode began, as juggling two different evil doppelganger gags would have been slightly exhausting for the viewer. This leaves Brandy distraught, assuming that her father is the demon Ruby said he was, but not knowing that this is a demon version of Ash. Kaya, using Kelly's superior physical prowess, snatches Pablo's revolver from him and claims it as hers. Pablo hears a voice calling to him from the netherworld and it turns out to be Kelly, the real Kelly, who explains to a clearly saddened Pablo that she thinks she is dead. Ruby convinces Brandy that Ash is in fact a demon and Brandy after seeing Evil Ash's demon face and seeing him cut up the kids at the dance is inclined to believe her. Cloning Ash is one of the oldest evil tricks in the Evil Dead canon, yet this is the first occurrence in which the scenario is fully taken advantage of to their bloodiest effect.
Once again speaking as Kaya, she tells him who she really is and approaches the armed young shaman, daring him to kill her if he can. Ash fights yet another doppelgänger of himself: this time, it's Ruby's baby all grown up. Then he found out he had a daughter and that sparked a change in him. As Brandy realises she can't kill her father, Real Ash then blows Evil Ash's head right off. Kelly, who is constantly being pursued by unseen evils, tells Pablo everything that happened to her from the previous episode and warns Pablo.