‘The Last of Us’ Season 1 Episode 4 Summary: Who is Henry?

In a few weeks, the Showtime . feeling yellow jacket throw down the gauntlet against the HBO juggling called heir. in this week Our lastwe get a glimpse of that future event in the form of an Emmy nomination yellow jacket star Melanie Lynskeywalked up to the Family Box Office with gun in hand, for the appropriately titled episode, “Take My Hand.”

Anyone who’s been through the first season of Lynskey’s cannibal survival thriller knows not to underestimate Shauna Shipman, lover killer, rabbit killer, and mushroom picker. (To be fair, Shauna’s mushroom farm trip is probably safer than a mushroom sweep Our final nation; it was a deadly trip anyway.) Unfortunately, the inhabitants of Our final the universe has not yet experienced that program, and as such, does not know better.

Case in point: the doctor who brought Lynskey’s character, Kathleen, into the world. A lot has happened since she was a child: decades of history, including an extinction event, have clearly catapulted Kathleen to the position of leader of the resistance. We know very little about Kathleen beyond what’s implied: she and her allies in Kansas City were once under the control of the military government known as FEDRA, but now she is who has all the firepower. But she doesn’t necessarily win the war.

Something happened to Kathleen, something prevented her from looking past the red. There’s a man out there named Henry who did something very bad to Kathleen recently and is likely the rest of her community. He was a “collaborator,” she said, implying that he exchanged information with FEDRA in exchange for his safety. Now that the shoe is on the other foot, and Kathleen is about to bleed, the consequences are damning – even if that means interrogating and ultimately killing the only doctor in town, the last doctor. alive for all she or we know, and it was certainly that person who brought Kathleen into this world.

Welcome back Our last, where you root for those who make it difficult for them to root. It’s a central feature of video games Craig Mazin And Neil Druckmann at least adapting, and if that’s still not clear, the creators are doing their best to clarify the subject by casting the lovable Lynskey as a complicated person making choices. complex — potentially dire choices. While she focuses on this vengeful relationship against the enigmatic Henry, Kathleen is willing to take her eyes off her more pressing concern: the fungus among us, as some sort of terrible creature lurks. below the surface of QZ Kansas City.

“Seal the building now,” Kathleen told one of her most trusted soldiers, upon discovering what essentially looked like a breathing basement in a convict building. “We will deal with this later. Afterward.”

Ignore some types of cordyceps organisms to settle some points. Rejecting the needs of the majority in the face of satisfying one’s own needs. It’s a marker of a lot of human history (perhaps not the cordyceps part; then again, probably mostly cordyceps), and sure enough, an echo throughout Our last. As Kathleen, Lynskey is just the latest incarnation of this idea.

But look at us, our introspective Kathleen. Her debut comes after a lot of previous work with Joel (Pedro Pascal) and Ellie (Bella Ramsey), the late Bill’s stumbling path (Nick Offerman) and Frank (Murray Bartlett) to look for someone else: Tommy, Joel’s estranged brother (Gabriel Luna). Even without Bill and Frank, and even without Tess (Anna Torv) is dead and gone, Joel’s eyes are still fixed on his increasingly weakened family—a classification that currently excludes Ellie, whom he considers a “commodity,” inferior to humans.

Of course, Joel’s relationship with Ellie had already begun to change. And how could it not be, now that Ellie is armed with deadly weapons like “No Pun Intended: Volume Too,” not to mention a literal deadly weapon in the form of a shotgun? Jokes and ammunition fuel the relationship between Joel and Ellie during this time period, as they continue their cross-country journey to Tommy’s last known place in Wyoming. Nice to see Lynskey’s Our final debut, “Take My Hand” accomplished something equally wonderful, and indeed, something even more important: Joel and Ellie as a couple, the duo that define the heart of this story.


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