The finale!!! Don’t forget to check out Lisa’s review here! This season was without a doubt a televised story that Netflix paid to make. It had its downs and would roll credits. By the end of this season, I am excited to speak with the show’s fan.
Last season was a triumph and this season was …. just trying. Why? I didn’t mind that the characters separated and returned together; that’s a critical part of storytelling. I also don’t totally mind what Lisa pointed out: Sabrina sucks at her job. She’s amazingly incompetent. That’s kinda refreshing. Usually, incompetence is just the purview of fat husbands married to pretty wives on sitcoms. Sabrina blunders through everything she does and manages to survive because everyone cleans up her messes. This time with Nick’s life, but I’m getting ahead of myself. This is the finale so let’s get our flashlights out so we can see anything on our screens and try to figure out: Whaaa Happened?!
There was something different about this episode. It wasn’t directed like it was done by an overtired cashier at The Last Blockbuster Video (Alaska) who couldn’t turn on the lights. The direction popped and there was actual humor. Why? Am I watching the right show? Rob Seidenglanz directed this episode. He is known for a number of dramas: The Following, Parenthood, BUT he also directed Party Down- a no kidding great comedy!
This episode and the season can be summed up in one word: burritos….wait, I’m kinda hungry….I meant failure. Our heroine and her friends can barely tie their shoes correctly. They should all get chaperones in case they try something challenging like getting their own mail or cutting up their own meat.
Last episode: Our heroine figured out that she was manipulated…oh wait she didn’t. She unleashed Lucifer by “killing herself” her double. In this episode, Lucifer gets released and Sabrina challenges him right off. Wait, no she…has dinner with him. In fact, we learn that Lucifer is her father, but Hilda never thought to mention it. Ok, did the writers’ room just decide to eat bunch of turkey and nyquil sandwiches this season?!!!!!
Sabrina and the aunties try to kill Lucifer, but they bungle that too. It’s kinda funny. Sabrina’s friends also fail to keep the gates of hell closed. Sabrina does a …. song and dance number????? Huh??? But, Why? Why? Why? It’s apparently a scheme to trap Lucifer in a puzzle box of her Adoptive Father’s design and it……fails. Is someone around to bail out Sabrina? Yep, Nick! He makes Lucifer possess him and does a sleep spell. Luckily, Ms. Wardwell is around to carry them both off to hell. The shot is reminiscent of The Beyond, but no one goes blind from the revelation.
The episode ends with Sabrina and her friends planning out season 3 by deciding to try to go into Hell and rescue Nick. Poor, poor Nick. Maybe you should stop doing…you know…things. See you next season. Maybe, Lisa will review it again if you beg her as I will!
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