We are aware at this point that Teddy is currently struggling. He already lost his father due to Damson Idris’s behavior, and he fears that other people would follow. He is attempting to move forward, but as he does so, we witness numerous groups working against him. Gustavo has consented to Franklin’s bold plan, but only if it permanently puts an end to Teddy. Will that work?
We still miss Joseph as Jerome, so it’s amazing to see him in the director’s chair for this. Although this is the first episode of Snowfall he has directed, it is not his first. It was undoubtedly difficult to accept this position while Jerome was still alive given how demanding the work on this show can be.
We acknowledge the gravity of his death, even though it remains one of the most difficult TV deaths we’ve witnessed in recent years. Franklin, Louie, and others were able to completely see the consequences of this life as a result of this. Franklin and Gustavo believe that their strategy might be the best approach to put an end to violence because it breeds more violence.
However, we’re not so sure following some of the talks Teddy had in this episode. We get the impression that nobody is going to escape this narrative undamaged the longer it goes on. We may soon experience more catastrophes, and we are unprepared for them.
Sadly, everything has to come to an end, and not all endings are joyful.
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