So, now we’ve made it: the last episode of 11.22.63. And a very eventful episode it is.
And here we have the penultimate episode of 11.22.63. Basically, as Jake begins to recover from his injuries from the last episode, Lee Harvey Oswald starts to make his plans.
You may have noticed that I skipped last week’s episode of 11.22.63. Some real life things got in the way (happy real life things, for the most part), so I decided to do two episodes in one post. I do apologize for not getting this out sooner.
On the other hand, you get two posts for the price of one. Which I realize is actually quite literal for my Patreon subscribers.
We shall begin with episode 5, “The Truth.” As always, spoilers.
And we have now officially hit the halfway point of 11.22.63.
And now we are on episode 3 out of 8 of 11.22.63.As per usual, there are some spoilers located within.
Do the ends justify the means?
This seems to be the question that this week’s episode of 11.22.63, “The Kill Floor” seems to be asking. If you can recall, the last episode left off with Jake Epping, disheartened after a major setback in Dallas, deciding to go to Holden, Kentucky, where Harry Dunning’s father Jake Dunning murdered his wife and two of his children on Halloween night in 1960. There are, of course, spoilers. Also, I’m going to try and keep from comparing the series to the book so much (since that’s just pedantic at this point).