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Niko arrives home. What the hell does Eve want from him? He figures it out and takes control of the situation and Eve.

He loves it, but not as much as Eve. Niko feels like shit. He wanted his wife to trust him, but he didn't get it. He's leaving her. She doesn't want to be alone, but she's not alone, is she?

Carolyn is entertaining her old friends John and Konstantin. She gets around.

Vilanelle breaks into Eve's house, uses her toothbrush, hides an envelope among her books and eats a banana. 

Eve meets Carolyn for food but not breakfast.

Carolyn has a video of Aaron Peel in which he captures a reporter video taping him from his bag. Aaron discusses the reporter's S&M preferences. Eve wants to talk with him, but the guy is dead in a sewer. Carolyn equates it with the time her brother pushed multiple hamsters into something, poking them with a toothbrush.

Jess and Eve go to see Carolyn where they find Konstantin. They want to make him and Villanelle an offer.

Eve wants to use Villanelle to go to AA meetings to get closer to Aaron Peel. Villanelle launches into several new personas to try on for the big event. Eve lands on Billie, the American with the annoying accent just arrived from NY.

She gets an entire background story making her the ultimate bad girl who is very, very rich.

Villanelle is very excited by Carolyn calling her the "real boss" and asking Eve not to interrupt.

Villanelle gets chastised by the gizmo man. It reminds me a lot of the scene from Spy when she gets her gizmos.

Jess wonders if a BJ and a compliment might fix things with Niko. Eve is of the impression he'll come around, but he's not answering any of her texts. In walks Villanelle to taunt her about Niko.

After Amber speaks at the AA meeting, Villanelle takes her turn. She uses all of Eve's words and experiences to build her backstory.

Villanelle is told to be careful with the self-pity, and she lashes out at the others. She could be angrier at the group dissing Eve's story than Eve was in her using it.

It works, though. Amber says she has to be honest. Villanelle says she was being honest. About you, Amber asks.

Eve then reminds V how important it is to be real in the meetings and to stay away from her life. V doesn't think much of that. At least she's good at playing someone else.

Eve gets slammed when she disrespects Villanelle, who reminds her she doesn't like her THAT much.

When Eve tries to visit Niko at school, she sees Niko already getting closer to that chick from the school cocktail mixer.

Villanelle gets real when she tells the group she doesn't feel. The rest of the group can understand.

Connecting with Amber only means trouble for her foreign handler, whatever her purpose may be. When she confronts Villanelle, Billie puts a quick end to her meddling as Eve watches.

Villanelle sees Eve's reaction which moves from horror to something altogether different.

Eve tries to talk to Carolyn about the "traffic accident" but Carolyn brushes it off as an unfortunate development.

Amber invites Billie to family "sups" making Villanelle wonder why rich people talk like children.

Eve gathers round to drop something off for Niko at what's her name's place. Awkward and makes me wonder if Eve might kill the woman and blame it on Villanelle.

Eve does some detective work in what's her name's place. She hates the lights on the wall and her cheap jewlery. Eve may not kill the chick, but she did do some damage to the ballerina in her manicure box and fumble with her brazzieres.

Niko doesn't see the obvious, making Gemma feel pretty good about herself. Conflict ensues.

Billie is dining with Amber and Aaron as they say, "a little bit of bisto please" over and over before she pours it onto his dinner.

Aaron tries to provoke Billie by speaking rudely about her to Amber in Greek. Eve sends V to seek out business documents, but V takes her time.

Amber and Aaron play a stupid card game where she says something stupid and then he lays into her. He's most interested in why she plays such a ditz.

When Aaron asks her a question about Ansome's Artilogical Argument or something, Eve gives her an answer. She gives her several, but Villanelle can't be bothered answering because she's so bored. Konstantin kicks back with his popcorn as if watching the best movie in the world.

Villanelle finally calls him out. He's a bully. Why would she even bother having a conversation with someone like him. What's the point. When he asks about her dad's advice for dealing with bullies, she smacks the shit out of him with a book.

Eve panicks, but I don't think it's going to be the disaster she thinks.

Villanelle is piqued in too many ways, even frioghtening at the gyros shop as she considers what kind of meet could be sliced thinly enough and dressed with hot sauce.

Two girls enter and get the worst of V in return.

When Villanelle is disovered by the girls, they're relieved. They thought they were in trouble. Maybe she wants to walk with them. It would be safer.

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Killing Eve Season 2 Episode 6 Quotes

Most of the time, most days, I feel nothing. I don't feel anything. It is so boring. I wake up and I think, again, really? I have to do this again? And what I really don't understand is how come everyone else isn't screaming with, with boredom, too, and I try to find ways to make myself feel something. More, and more, and more, but it doesn't make any difference. No matter what I do, I don't feel anything. I hurt myself; it doesn't hurt. I buy what I want; I don't want it. I do what I like; I don't like it. I'm just so bored.


Carolyn: Hello, Eve.
Eve: Morning. This is an obvious breakfast choice.
Carolyn: I can't stand breakfast. It's just constant eggs. I mean, why? Who decided?