Clearly it’s all fairly a bit complicated so we watched it twice so that you don’t must (although please nonetheless do if that feels like enjoyable). Right here is the ending of Raised by Wolves season 2, defined.
What Occurs to Vrille?
First, a little bit of housekeeping. Vrille (Morgan Santo) was one of the crucial fascinating characters launched in season 2. An android constructed to resemble the daughter of Decima (Kim Engelbrecht), all Vrille needed to be was an actual woman. Sadly, Decima and the Mithraiks she frolicked with would by no means see her that method so Vrille killed all of them.
The android woman with no face would go on to befriend Campion (Winta McGrath), who’s shortly changing into a staunch advocate for android rights. Sadly, Vrille was destroyed by Mom’s alien serpent child, Quantity Seven, within the season’s penultimate episode. Campion finds a pleasant spot to bury Vrille. He additionally takes the time to transcribe among the actual Vrille’s diary. When Paul (Felix Jamieson) later interprets it, he declares it’s simply “dopey Earth stuff” however we discover that onerous to imagine.
It’s additionally notable that Vrille is “destroyed” and never “killed.” For as Mom tells Campion later, androids can at all times be rebuilt. Anticipate precisely that to occur to Vrille in season 3.
Mom v. Quantity Seven
The principle thrust of this season finale entails Mom lastly deciding to take down her highly effective spawn, the necro-serpent Seven. The one problem, nevertheless, is that Seven emerged from Mom’s womb and her programming subsequently forbids her from harming it.
To work round that robotic logic, Mom borrows the “hood” of the newly refurbished android named Grandmother. Grandmother is the android that Father (Abubakar Salim) has been engaged on fixing all season and we lastly get to see her in all her putting gray-eyed glory on this finale, performed by Selina Jones.