Episode 8 is an explosive ending to the series, leaving the door open for the second instalment.
This recap of Netflix’s Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 8, “End of the Line” — the ending explained — contains significant spoilers.
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Darius continues to try to save Ben as he hangs on to his hand. Ben falls and he is presumed dead. The group is shocked by this event as Ben falls from the monorail. Sammy sobs and refuses to believe it. Darius then realises that the monorail is going back to where they came from after they changed course. They need to get off a moving monorail so they jump. There’s no time to grieve in the final episode.
60 minutes to go
The group hear an announcement that the ferry is departing in an hour. They are running out of time. The group are concerned about where Bumpy is and they want to look for Ben. As they continue to run, Yasmina falls to the ground as she’s struggling with her broken ankle.
Running out of ideas
Darius has another idea: use the tunnels to get there quicker. There are many dead ends in the tunnel and Kenji starts panicking. They then come across a group of small dinosaurs. But then Toro comes around the corner and they flee. By luck, they find the exit to South Dock but they are closed in as it’s sealed off. Darius has run out of ideas and gets emotional. They all encourage him to snap out of it and look for more ideas.
The group try to find a way to attack Toro but they fail. Eventually, Darius causes an explosion using a taser and gas canisters to blow Toro up but it still doesn’t kill it. However, it does walk off in defeat. The explosion also caused a hole however when they reach the docks, the ferry has gone.
Darius declares that they will be back and until then, they have each other. Darius narrates on how they will survive and work together. As the episode ends, Bumpy finds Ben who seems to be alive. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 8 is an explosive ending to the series, leaving the door open for the second instalment.
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