We discuss the ending of the Hulu film The Binge 2: It’s A Wonderful Binge which will contain spoilers.
We had the sequel to 2020s The Binge released on Hulu with The Binge 2: It’s a Wonderful Binge. The over-the-top wild raunchy ride delivered some funny jokes, great one-liners, and a few performances that stood out. Throughout the film, we join Andrew and Hags on their journey, with the latter battling to find the courage to propose to his girlfriend, Sarah. Is he able to finally make it happen? And how does Hags propose to Sarah? Let’s dive in.
Of course, “The Binge” premise borrows from the idea of The Purge, but instead of killing, you can do as many drugs as you want. The big transition from the first to the second film was that The Binge was set to take place on Christmas Eve so that people could tolerate their families. Let’s be honest, if The Binge were a thing, we ALL would love the idea of it being during the holidays because spending time with the whole family can be rough.
While the movie is far from perfect, Jordan VanDina (writer/director) has the perfect knack for creating raunchy R-rated comedy that doesn’t shy away from what makes these movies fun. So you can expect outrageously wild stories intertwined with sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll (if you get it, you get it). One of the film’s best parts was Danny Trejo playing a high Angel. While he didn’t fill the shoes of Vince Vaughn in the first film, Trejo does a great job. Trejo has this interesting knack for comedy that I don’t think writers know how to bring out in him. VanDina did, and in a way, I would love to see these two work together again.
The Binge 2: It’s A Wonderful Binge ending explained
So after many weird moments with Sarah’s father, including ending up in the hot tube with him, Hags was finally going to muster up the courage to ask her to marry him. However, Hags realized he had accidentally given the local orphanage a ring. So, he needed to head to the place and figure out a way to get it back without making it look like he was stealing from kids.
A little litter, Sarah thinks Hags is cheating on her because of how weird he has been. So she put a tracker on his phone and started to follow each place he was going to. His movement made her hone in on the orphanage. So now she thinks he is cheating on her with someone there. At the orphanage, Hags gets caught trying to steal the ring, and Andrew is busted with a baby, both landing in jail.
While all in jail, Hags called Andrew’s family to bail him out. The cops allow everyone to go (except Angel, who is wanted for murder), and Hags chases down Sarah. Hags attempt to recreate the Love Actually moment with the cardboard cutouts. However, the things he wrote on the cardboard were outrageous (he did it when high). But after confronting the wild idea he was cheating, he gets down on one knee in the middle of the snow in front of her house and proposes to Sarah. While the ring wasn’t in the box (it was a Rubix cube), and he announced that he had lost her grandmother’s ring (her family freaked out), she said yes. After the sweet proposal in front of her family, the duo embrace, and the couple is very happy.
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