Tales of the Black Badge – A Wynonna Earp Fan Podcast #99 – Blood Red and Going Down (3×01) Review

Jul 16, 2018 1 Comment by

 

On this podcast Kevin and Bonnie discuss the first episode of season 3 of Wynonna Earp titled Blood Red and Going Down (3×01).

When a mysterious bus full of sexy strangers rolls into town, Wynonna must figure out why they’re in Purgatory before the entire town falls under their spell.

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Links mentioned in this episode…

4 Ways Earpers Can No Chill Our Way To Season 4
A Cult Show’s Recipe for Success: Whiskey, Twitter and Complex Women from The New York Times
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Bridget Liszewski’s interview with showrunner Emily Andras discussing this episode for TheTVJunkies.com
Our Friday night Whiskey And Doughnuts Fan Video Hangouts
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One Response to “Tales of the Black Badge – A Wynonna Earp Fan Podcast #99 – Blood Red and Going Down (3×01) Review”

  1. Heather says:

    Hi Bonnie and Kevin! Great review. I am also wondering about the status of our Wyndolliday triangle. I did notice how in season 2, Dolls struggled with the baby reveal and kind of boss-zoned Wynonna in episode 6, but in this first episode of season 3, Wynonna introduces Dolls as her boss but he immediately corrects her and said “partner”, like they’re equals. I don’t know where Dolls is mentally or emotionally, or if it’s even on his mind since, as you said, everyone is lazer focused.

    I was a little surprised by Bulshar, at least in how he appeared at the end of the episode. In the final 2 episodes last year, Clootie is decayed and gross looking from being entombed. Is that what Clootie looked like back when Wyatt shot him? Is he a face-snatcher like the widows? I’m looking forward to finding out what that weird seed pod is or what it does to people/vampires/demons alike.

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