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Who Will Die in the Finale of ‘White Lotus’ Season 2?


You can always tell it’s going to be an eventful holiday when it starts with the discovery of a body—sorry, body—while wandering the ocean carefree, right? That’s where we started this season White Mikemystery show about his famous resort, which has as much drama as Aperol (read: so many).

The first episode of the series establishes the central mystery in the first scene, when Daphne (Meghann Fahy) happily waded into the Ionian Sea on the last day of their vacation, only to bump into the pale leg of a corpse floating face down in the water. Talk about buzzkill.

Like the show’s first season, this is not just a whodunnit but a To be it is good. In the same opening scene, we learn through conversation that “several” hotel guests “have been killed,” not just the owner of the calf we discovered. Undisclosed number! Identity not revealed! Talk about a PR crisis.

We followed the lifestyles of the rich and the wretched Still watching all seasons when they go on vacation and totally smoke cocaine in Sicily, but all good things must come to an end. With the season finale coming up on Sunday, here it is VF staff theory about who will bite the adult on White Lotusand how.

That’s Greg.

Probably the most boring possibility, but it still feels right. Greg (Jon Gries), who we now know was in collusion with the scheming Quentin (Dutch Tom), is still planning to return to Sicily. And although Tanya (Jennifer Coolidge) is the one who is clearly in most danger, Mike White still doesn’t seem to be the type to kill Jennifer Coolidge. So we imagine poor, tricked Tanya getting her moment of redemption, pushing Greg off the giant cliff we saw in episode 4, and riding off into the sunset… .hope she’s on her way there White Lotus season 3. —Katey is rich

That’s Ethan.

I think Ethan (will be sharp) can knock out Cameron (according to James) in an intentional Jet-ski collision. I think the piano player is hospitalized (Federico Scribani) may return and find that he has been replaced by Mia (Beatrice Granno), will increase her drink intake (she always seems to carry a tall plastic cup with a straw), possibly even colluding with the old front desk guy (who was moved to the poolside by Valentina, do Sabrina Imacciatore). I think Jennifer Coolidge’s Tanya, who always seems to come out of her fog at the right time, could very well awaken to the Greg, Quentin, Jack plot ((Leo Woodall), and the new Romeo are both conspiring—and, possibly with Portia (Haley Lu Richardson) help—intentionally or unintentionally killing anyone who turns out to be the one who would attack Coolidge (from the balcony or the back of the yacht). The overzealous attacker!

And maybe Dominic’s wife (Laura Dern) shows up and surprises DiGrassos—or, in a coda, DiGrassos returns home to LA, Lucia (Simona Tabasco) follows — and Dern’s character slashes poor Dominic to death (with a blade similar to the one we saw on the murals in the show’s opening credits). —David’s friend

That’s Quentin.

If White LotusThe second season has turned our masculinity crisis into a slow-motion car crash, where its ultimate victim has to be someone who believes he’s in the driver’s seat. Sure, Cameron, Ethan, and Di Grasso’s men are suffering, but, at the end of the day, they have their place in the system. However, Quentin did not. His likely relationship with Tanya’s husband — and “relationship” with Jack — believes a character desperately wants a power he doesn’t have. Wouldn’t it be inappropriate to see that blow up in his face? Whatever Quentin and Greg plan, Portia will be back in time to save her boss from the worst possible outcome. In the process, Jack accidentally kills the man who once saved him. Daphne will discover his body in the water. And, although Portia wants to help him, Jack, a man with no goals, will allow himself to be arrested for his crimes. —Tyler Breitfeller

That’s Cameron.

Let’s zoom out a bit, shall we? He is a pompous, entitled man with obvious money troubles and a passion for adultery. He beat Harper (Aubrey Square), even when he tries to squeeze an investment from Ethan, and he doesn’t pay Mia and Lucia when it’s time to make the arrangement, even though they know where he is. He’s about to push the wrong person too far, sending him straight into the pile of corpses mentioned in the first episode. Even Daphne, his laughing wife (and the breakout hitter on the iconic series), has reasons to want him gone. Who can say that she didn’t use this trip as a chance to bask in the sun to take him out into the pasture, ski back home, and collect his life insurance money? She is a self-proclaimed person timeline haunting people who did some chilling things. (Kidnapper Harper in Notto? Normal trainer/baby reveal??) She also lays the groundwork for strong alibi, from the dramatic opening beach scene in the first episode, to revealing to Harper that Cameron’s co-workers are evil psychopaths. Either way: Cameron spent their entire vacation making a grudge. It was only a matter of time before it exploded in his face. —Yohana Desta

It’s very complicated.

I would say four people died, because Rocco said “several”, which means more than two (other than the one who died in the ocean), but probably no more than three, meaning “one many” or “molti.” And I’ll split my bet in a way: random, intentional, natural, and some random/intentional combination.

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