The finale of Jessica Jones was a fitting conclusion to an engaging and entertaining season of television as Jessica faced Kilgrave once more.
Chris Whitley Reviews Blog
AKA Take A Bloody Number set up some interesting conflict for Jessica going into the finale including the mystery of IGH, the fate of Luke and finally ending Kilgrave’s rampage.
AKA I’ve Got The Blues showed us how Jessica first discovered her powers and became friends with Trish, while Will’s drug obsession continues to get the better of him.
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AKA 1,000 Cuts was the bloodiest and most violent episode of Jessica Jones yet as Kilgrave goes on a rampage and offers Jessica a deal for Hope’s life.
AKA Sin Bin gave us more insight into Kilgrave and his parents, as Jessica and her allies attempt to prove Hope’s innocence by forcing Kilgrave to confess or show evidence of his abilities.
AKA WWJD? gave us insight in Kilgrave’s past and the discovery of his powers while Jessica attempted to free herself from her childhood home.
In this episode, Jessica struggled to come to terms with Kilgrave’s latest atrocity with dramatic results.
AKA You’re A Winner was a decent episode with Jessica and Luke working well together as a team only to be torn apart again by Jessica’s big secret.
Jessica, Will and Trish attempt to take down Kilgrave and we were shown the moment Jessica first meets Kilgrave.