Dead Ringers Season 1 Episode 6 Recap and Ending Explained

April 21, 2023 (Last updated: last month)
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Dead Ringers fully commit to its own twisted love story in the season finale, utilizing some nifty body horror and complex character analysis in this controversial conclusion. There are a few ambiguities and open-ended plot holes that need addressing, but otherwise, this is a satisfying ending all round.

We recap the 2023 Amazon Prime Video series Dead Ringers Season 1 Episode 6, which contains spoilers and explains the Ending.

It’s not looking too good for poor Elliot (Rachel Weisz). She’s killed a woman, maimed another, and has been utterly rejected by her own twin sister.

In the season finale, Elliot’s erratic and rebellious behavior comes back to haunt her as Silas’ (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) scandalous article is set to be released. Beverly is forced to publicly distance herself from Elliot for the sake of her career and business.

Dead Ringers Season 1 Episode 6 Recap

After rejecting her sister, Beverly sees Elliot everywhere. She sees her in strangers’ faces and in reflections. Beverly cannot be without her, and the separation is utterly destroying her. At dinner, Rebecca congratulates Beverly on her many successes.

Beverly has launched a successful birthing center, with patients leaving rave reviews. She is to win an award for all her hard work. The lab is publishing world-changing research, and Beverly is soon to have twins.

She should be on top of the world, but Beverly is clearly unhappy and misses her sister dearly.

It’s not all good news, either. Rebecca brings up Silas’ article, which could ruin the careers of everyone at the table. They mention Elliot’s endless list of crimes and scandals.

They were forced to pay off Florence for Elliot’s surgical mistake, and there are even rumors of murder.

How has Rebecca handled Silas and his article?

Rebecca doesn’t mind most of the accusations, which are relatively manageable, but the fact that there are so many worries her. They’ve decided to side with Silas, being unable to scare him off or pay him hush money instead. They even gave him more ammo. Now Rebecca needs Beverly to finish Elliot off, to publicly destroy her.

Before Beverly’s award ceremony, she argues with Genevieve, who has packed for her work trip. The actress is filming in Croatia for four weeks, and Beverly can’t believe she’s going through with it.

Meanwhile, Silas comes across Greta’s art show. The items she stole from the twins’ apartment are used in her installation.

What does Beverly say in her speech?

During the award ceremony, Beverly makes her speech. She says that Elliot is unwell and that her actions cannot be ignored. Elliot is abusive and destructive; some of her actions have even been criminal. Beverly announces that the Mantle Parker Center will have nothing more to do with Elliot.

A drunk Tom argues with Beverly afterward. He believes Beverly could have saved Elliot if she hadn’t abandoned her in the first place. Tom is in awe of Elliot and thinks she did everything for Beverly. She didn’t deserve this fate.

Greta’s art show is a huge success. It is revealed that her mother died just after giving birth to Greta. The show follows a strong theme, exploring birth and parenting. This show helps her to reconnect with her own father.

What has Elliot created?

The next day, Genevieve leaves for her flight, and Beverly continues to search for her missing sister. Eventually, Beverly tracks her down to the labs. Beverly finally sees Elliot’s experiments in person; her two embryos now look like nearly fully-formed babies. Beverly is astounded by Elliot’s work.

Beverly confesses to her sister; she doesn’t think she is capable of ever being truly happy. She believes she got pretty close but cannot be happy without Elliot. Beverly mentions her memories of a boating trip at ten, where they were both separated.

But Elliot replies that this never happened. Although it will have some significance in the final scene.

How does Beverly save Elliot?

The sisters decide to perform the ultimate identity swap. Beverly sacrifices her life so that Elliot can finally be happy, free of her criminal past and public persona. Elliot operates on Beverly, removing two healthy babies. She then dresses like Beverly operates on herself and returns to the birthing center, where she starts to bleed out on the floor.

Meanwhile, Beverly bleeds out and dies in the laboratory.

Dead Ringers Season 1 Ending Explained

When Elliot wakes, she is greeted by Susan and Rebecca, who informs her that the babies are healthy and safe. Elliot (pretending to be Beverly) states that her sister helped her with the operation but has now gone.

In the final moments of the series, Elliot is seen in the park with Genevieve and their babies. A passing stranger recognizes Elliot and talks with her about the bereavement group they were both members of for the past few years.

Elliot is shocked to hear that Beverly had this secret life in which she envisioned her being dead and asks for specific details about the death. The stranger mentions water, which links with the memory Beverly had from when the twins were ten years old.

Beverly decides to rejoin the group now that her sister is dead, possibly as a chance to properly grieve her death or keep up appearances.

What did you think of the 2023 series Dead Ringers Season 1 Episode 6 and the Ending? Comment below.

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3 thoughts on “Dead Ringers Season 1 Episode 6 Recap and Ending Explained

  • April 23, 2023 at 9:06 pm

    Huge gaping plot hole – did Beverley’s body just disappear????!!!

  • April 24, 2023 at 3:26 pm

    First off the whole plot is changed to suit their agenda. Could have stuck to the movie plot and ending. Despite all this, Dead Ringers is one of the best series to watch. Too disturbing at times but nevertheless the story is good. I am going to watch the original movie as well.

  • April 28, 2023 at 9:24 pm

    Why do people give this high ratings? It was a mix mash of disgusting displays of humanity. I stuck with it to the end, just to see how they would destroy the book. They left so many holes, and it just didn’t make sense. Surely Genevieve could tell what twin she was with, their personalities were so different, and they wouldn’t have the same memories of events. I guess Tom disposed of beverly’s body, quite a mess to clean up! And most burning question of all, what happened to the twins in the incubator? Did they kill them too? Last thought, the addition of GRETA sneaking around grabbing old tampons, etc. stealing voicemails, was totally pointless and did nothing at all for the story other than making it more sick than it was.’
    Total trash, in my opinion, I’m so sorry I wasted my time.

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