Purgatory falls into a state of chaos on Wynonna Earp Season 2 Episode 11, as Greta's trophy wish takes full effect.
Wynonna is forgotten, and by the time Waverly and Nicole break through the veil, it's already too late.
The damage is done.
Bobo finally returned to Purgatory, but his role in the revival of Sheriff Clootie was unexpected. It was silly of me to think Bobo would turn over a new leaf and join Wynonna's team because that just didn't happen.
Bobo broke the final seal for the Widow Sisters, and now the chaos is about to get even worse.
Sheriff Clootie is coming back, there's nothing anyone can do about it, and that's okay. Now that there's a Wynonna Earp Season 3, the show needs a big bad to shake things up.
It needs to return its focus on hunting and killing revenants, something it hasn't done this season because of Wynonna's pregnancy.
I just wish Bobo was on the good side, but you do have to wonder why he had Waverly and Nicole dig for a talisman in the pet cemetery.
He seems still devoted to his "angel" so there may be hope for him yet. Perhaps he's going with Widow Sister to put an end to Sheriff Clootie once and for all.
No matter the circumstances, Wayhaught has always been meant to be. Even a thin veil on the fabric of reality couldn't keep these two away from each other.
Whose heart didn't explode when Waverly told Nicole she reminded her of vanilla-dipped donuts?
Sheriff Haught? You always smell like vanilla dipped donuts. They're my favorite.Waverly
I like that these two are back together the way they should be. It works so much better when there isn't made up drama like the kiss and the wife. It's not that Waverly should forget about Nicole's marriage.
They need to talk it out, but once that's over, I hope the drama is over. We want a happy Wayhaught.
It was strange that Waverly was going to marry Perry. I wasn't even aware there was any connection between them other than the wish trophy, but Perry proved useful by digging into Waverly's past and pushing her further down the path towards breaking the veil.
It could have been Doc who saved the day, but Waverly put them all in this situation, so she should have been the one to get them all out of it.
It would have been too easy to leave it up to Doc because he was the only one who remembered. Taking him and Dolls out of the equation, as difficult as it was to watch, gave Waverly another opportunity to shine.
She's going to have hell to pay at some point, but there are bigger things to worry about right now.
Like Doc and Dolls being dead and Wynonna about to have her baby in the field. I'm going to guess that this would be the perfect opportunity for the Fraternal Order to show up and assist Wynonna in her time of need.
Who knows how long it will take for Doc and Dolls to recover? With Waverly and Nicole nowhere near where she is, someone has to save Wynonna and the baby. It would also work with the plan for the Fraternal Order to take the baby under its protection.
That's an ideal way to resolve the baby issue. With Sheriff Clootie back in town, it won't be safe for a tiny Earp heir to be around. Besides, Wynonna and the team are going to have to devote all their energy to taking Clootie down. A baby will only get in the way.
I just the show ties up the baby arc in a nice little package, and we find out who the father is. I really hope it's Doc.
The other truth that needs to be resolved is whether Rosita is really with Black Badge. That was an interesting and unexpected reveal, and I hope we get the answer to that question on Wynonna Earp Season 2 Episode 12.
The penultimate episode of Wynonna Earp set things up nicely for the season finale. There are plenty of questions that need answers, and several issues that need to be resolved before the new big bad comes to town.
Over to you. What did you think of "Gone as a Girl Can Get"? Is Bobo going to team up with Clootie? Will the Fraternal Order be the ones to help Wynonna with the birth of the baby? Is Rosita really Black Badge?
Hit the comments and share your thoughts.
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