At the "Believe Expo", Starlight talks with teens while being quietly directed to push an agenda, while Butcher has Hughie meet Ezekiel, the Expo host and their next lead. Maeve feels guilty for letting Flight 37 crash and visits her ex-girlfriend Elena, but leaves before explaining herself fully. Butcher takes time to talk with Rachel, his sister-in-law, over putting a tombstone to Becca. After A-Train kills Popclaw for betraying him, he finds surveillance footage of Frenchie. After Homelander exits a meeting with Ezekiel, Hughie extorts Ezekiel for information about Compound-V. Homelander rallies the crowd with an impromptu hardline speech, energizing the crowd. Starlight breaks script to honestly open up how she feels about her faith while also publicly revealing her sexual assault. She walks off, with Hughie coming by to comfort her and to explain himself about Robin's death and needing some means of coping. Butcher and Milk discover babies exposed to Compound-V to manufacture ...
Did You Know?
The description on the back of the "Terminal Beauty 3" DVD reads: "Popclaw shines as a razor-sharp private detective, unraveling a web of lies in the biggest case of her life. Billy Zane plays a smooth-talking con man with too many secrets and a dark, mysterious past. When these two find themselves caught up in a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse, all rules go out the window...". See more
When Madelyn is taking her baby out of the car outside the clinic, she puts a baby blanket over her shoulder. A few seconds later, when we see her from the front while talking to Homelander, the blanket is in a bundle next to the baby. When the angle switches to behind her, the blanket is back on her shoulder. See more
Security's tighter than a choir boy's asshole.
A Lo Caliche
Produced, Mixed, Written, and performed by Norbert Galouo
and José Miguel Ortegon
Performed by Sr Ortegon See more