This episode’s strength was how it drew the parallels between D'avin's hypervigilance that sent him running from Lucy and his less-than-ideal upbringing.
Each story thread was high stakes this episode, both emotionally and plot-wise. Dutch and D’avin are on the same page about how to rear young Jaq (nee Osmit, nee Junior) until abruptly they’re not. Pree and Fancy begin their rescue op of Gared, and Zeph tries to save Pip’s life and mind but learns that his situation is far direr than she first thought.
Killjoys is so fun you forget that when it wants to art, it will blow you away.
Killjoys Deftly Pushes All Its Plots Forward Killjoys’ third episode of Season 4, “Bro-dtrip” reveals another possible road trip snafu, the added complication of a borderline psychotic car-mate hopped up on hullen juice and ready to wreak havoc.