The truth surrounding Philo comes to life in Carnival Row Season 1, Episode 6, “Unaccompanied Fae” which has impactful circumstances.
This recap of Amazon Prime’s Carnival Row Season 1, Episode 6, “Unaccompanied Fae”, contain significant spoilers. You can read the recap of the previous episode by clicking these words.
It’s not a good time for Philo (Orlando Bloom) in Episode 6. You can tell at the start that it is all starting to click in his head. Doctor Morange, the man who clipped off his wings, is dead. He tells Portia he is half-fae, and she leaves him for good. Due to his suspicious behavior, the police start following him.
Vignette (Cara Delevingne) looks happy in Episode 6, relighting the past with her ex Tourmaline in the brothel. But her happiness is shortlived as she finds her library from the war relocated to The Burgue, which brings back bad memories. She also feels the relocation of the library is disrespectful and scares off visitors — Vignette is arrested.
Jonah is fascinated by Sophie despite her being a political opposition to his family. He spies on Sophie during her father’s funeral and sees the real side — she does not care that her father is gone. The two have a lengthy conversation, and she toys with Jonah, making him aware that it was not her father that kidnapped him.
Carnival Row Season 1, Episode 6, “Unaccompanied Fae” ends with Portia getting her revenge on Philo; she tells the police that he is half-fae and that Aisling was his mother. The police connect the dots and come to the conclusion that he is behind the murders. The cops arrest Philo and beat him up before throwing him at the back of a police carriage.
The Burgue Whispers
- The police are wondering why Philo was following Morange the night he died.
- Philo researches his past and finds about more about his mother, Aisling.
- Imogen and Agreus step out together in public and at an auction Agreus bids higher than the judgemental acquaintances. Imogen is impressed.
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