Next Time On… Servant season 2, episode 7

February 19, 2021
Daniel Hart 0
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We always knew that episode six was going to be important, which brings an anticipated Servant season 2, episode 7. The last chapter saw the return of Uncle George, which briefly panicked Julian before he started acting macho. George brought his usual scriptures, but this time, he is more concerned for Leanne. He is dismayed that the Turners brought her back.

Episode 6 delves into George’s thought process that confined to religious beliefs; he talks heavily about how his people are “among them” and they are serving God’s divine plans. He tells Sean that they are only meant to help those who need it, and Leanne disobeys the communal meeting. George is adamant that Leanne crossed the line and should never have helped the Turners — he’s scared of what’s to come. Sean seems to believe it.

Servant season 2, episode 7 release date

Episode 7 will be released on Apple TV+ on February 26, 2021. The usual time is 08:00 am (GMT). We do not anticipate any changes to the schedule.

Servant season 2, episode 7 summary and predictions:
  • It doesn’t look like Dorothy and Sean are going to get their baby back — George and Leanne do not provide confidence that this is going to happen.
  • There’s talk of forgiveness in Episode 6 with Sean toiling with his past when he abandoned Dorothy for a TV show when their baby was born. Expect irrational decision-making in the Season 2 finale.
  • Leanne wants Sean to drive her away as far as possible from George and “the cult” but after they saw what happened on the news with the shooting in the residential home, this looks unlikely.
  • In regards to the shooting in the residential home; when Tobi visited the place in “Pizza”, there were lots of children; this looks to be an extremely tragic event.
  • Based on George’s reaction when he sees the news, it’s suggested that the residential home shooting happened because Leanne left.

Expect fireworks in the finale of Season 2 people — this series has once again proved its worth.

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