Vanessa Ives and Ethan Chandler say a final goodbye.
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Ethan learns the shocking truth in the season finale of Penny Dreadful. "The Blessed Dark" is the ninth episode of the show's third season.
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Ethan returns to London to search for Dr. Frankenstein on Penny Dreadful. "Perpetual Night" is the eighth episode of the show's third season.
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Vanessa learns an awful truth on Penny Dreadful. "Ebb Tide" is the seventh episode of the show's third season.
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Sir Malcom draws his gun at the ranch on Penny Dreadful. "No Beast So Fierce" is the sixth episode of the show's third season.
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Hecate and Ethan must survive the harsh desert on Penny Dreadful. "This World Is Our Hell" is the fifth episode of the show's third season.
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Dr. Seward uses hypnosis on Vaness to bring her back in time on Penny Dreadful. "A Blade of Grass" is the fourth episode of the show's third season.
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Hecate and Ethan Chandler on Penny Dreadful. "Good and Evil Braided Be" is the third episode of the show's third season.
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Kaetenay and Ethan stare, in front of a beautiful mountain range.
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Vanessa seeks the help of Dr. Seward to battle a new evil on the season premiere of Penny Dreadful. "The Day Tennyson Died" is the first episode of the show's third season.
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Vanessa summons all her strength to defeat Lucifer on Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 10.
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After killing Sembene, Ethan is out for Nightcomer blood. How many witches will he kill?
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Penny Dreadful Quotes

In the eleventh century, a carthusian monk known to us only as Brother Gregory, began to lose his mind. He said he was possessed by a demon. Perhaps the father of all demons, the fallen angel himself. In any event, this demon spoke to him in the Verbis Diablo.

Mr. Lyle

I already know what's wrong with you. You're unhappy. You're isolated. You think you're the cause of this unhappiness and are unworthy of affection so you've few friends. Recently you lost something you think very important. Your lover, your faith, your family, or all three. You blame yourself for this, so it makes you neurotic, and you don't sleep and don't eat, anything healthy anyway. You used to take care of your appearance, but you've lost interest in that, so you avoid mirrors. Sunlight bothers you, so you avoid that too, about which you're guilty because you think it's unhealthy and even immoral not to like the sun. You're not a woman of convention or you wouldn't be here, but you like to pretend you are so people don't notice you. But you sometimes like that as well and can dress to draw the eye. But then you think the men who look at you are fools, or worse, to be taken in by such an obvious outward show. So instead, you're drawn to dark, complicated, impossible men, assuring your own unhappiness and isolation because, after all, you're happiest alone. But not even then, because you can't stop thinking about what you've lost, again for which you blame yourself. So the cycle goes on, the snake eating its own tail. Or you can just have your teeth fixed.

Dr. Seward