TV Review: Killjoys (Series 3, Episode 4)
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After going slightly off task in the last two episodes, ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Warlord’ finally rights the course of this season’s narrative. For those who, like myself, were wondering how Johnny had gotten away with potentially murdering a member of the Nine without facing any consequences, this is answered in this week’s episode. It turns out that the RAC is not immune to slow bureaucratic processes and thus, a black warrant for Johnny Jaqobis has only just been approved. Ironically enough, the Killjoys out on this warrant crash the party just as John is being initiated for his level 5 upgrade, which would finally give him authorisation to take on kill warrants. This was not before the celebration had already been dampened when Johnny learnt from Turin that Dutch had been blocking his upgrade. After one of Killjoys’ signature bar fights, Dutch, Johnny and Pree escape whilst D’avin stays behind to hold off the RAC agents, setting up a good opportunity for Johnny and Dutch to reconnect after his time away. Pree, ever resourceful, suggests they seek refuge with the Farren, outlaw mercenaries who have defected from conflicts with which they didn’t agree - who, it is revealed, used to be led by Pree himself (under the name of Varek).
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