Strange Angel – “The Hanged Man” (This is a recap of the 5th episode of Season 2 of Strange Angel. There are spoilers so proceed with caution!)
Ernest sits on a floor as lightning and thunder rip through a dark night outside. He’s dressed in a white vest and shorts, surrounded by candles in a room. It almost looks like a cabin. He’s reading a large, heavy looking book that rests in his lap.
Lightning strikes again as Virgil walks into the room, threatening Ernest. His hand is bloody where Ernest drove the nail into it and a red stream drips onto Ernest’s book, across the page titled “Making The Crossing.” Ernest tries to remain calm and tells Virgil he is not afraid, but you can still see some fear in his eyes.
Ernest’s thoughts disappear, and he is brought back to reality. In reality, he is dressed the same and sits with the same book. He looks down at the bloody scar on his chest from a fresh symbol carving. He gently touches it and looks up pensively, giving us a fantastic close up of his beautiful face. The shadows lightly cover half of his face, and you can see a hint of a cleft chin and that well-discussed procheilon.
Peter Quinn ‖ Ernest Donovan
↳ “Does that jog your memory, you fucking asshole?!”
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL KISSING DAY!!!
Strange Angel – “The Wheel of Fortune” (This is a recap of the 4th episode of Season 2 of Strange Angel. There are spoilers so proceed with caution!)
The episode begins with Susan seated
at her vanity, reminiscing about her “bonding” experience with Magus. She
stares dreamily at her wedding ring and vividly flashes back to the previous
evening where she was tethered and moaning. Jack interrupts her thoughts with his
presence announcing “Thank God you’re awake”…
The scene flashes to the most
beautiful face on streaming cable as Ernest recounts his experience with the angel of fire aka: Jack “Fire Ass”
Parsons. Ernest admits he’s been working “through the will of another” – Virgil
Burns. Susan recoils in betrayal. And Magus let’s Ernest know he has betrayed
learn in the next scene that Virgil is attempting to enlist the help of local
district attorney to put an end to the Agape. Warren, who is up for reelection, doesn’t seem too
willing to shut down a religious group, and the controversies that surround doing so during the War.
That morning, Jack and Susan discuss the future of
the Agape in their bedroom. Jack seems confident that Ernest now is “bought in”
but Susan is concerned about Virgil’s wrath. They open their doors to the kitchen
and see that the Agape’s own Betty Crocker,
Ernest, has been up all morning atoning for his sins and has presented a
feast. As Ernest buzzes around serving, Jack recollects for his “star struck”
agape followers what is was like to become the angel. The Magus enters the room
while Jack is telling of his experience and it’s soon clear he doesn’t buy Jack’s
story. Jack puts an obscene amount of syrup on his pancakes and bullshits his
way through how he felt as the angel. Susan basically rolls her eyes, she’s not
impressed with his angel story either.
Jack “Fire Ass” Parsons!