Chucky Season 2 Episode 2 Review – The Sinners Are Much More Fun

Chucky Season 2 Episode 2 Review

It was a stroke of genius to move the scene to where the Lakeshore Strangler grew up.

Chucky Season 2 Episode 2 began with Jake, Devon, and Lexy attempting to come to terms with their past while being aware that Chucky could appear at any time.

It’s difficult to comprehend the emotional toll it would impose on an adult, let alone a teen, yet this trio will stick together through thick and thin.

I expected them to be separated when they arrived at this secret location, so I was surprised to learn Devon and Jake shared a room.

However, that development very certainly implies they’ll be split apart when the staff discovers they’re in a relationship.

Either that or he intends to lull her into a false feeling of security before pulling the rug out from under her when she least expects it.

Lexy’s use of drugs during Chucky’s attack in the room certainly laid the atmosphere for everyone to claim she imagined the killer doll’s existence, but I’m glad the narrative took a drastically different turn here.

Devon Sawa is fantastic as Father Bryce. If three characters over two seasons have taught us anything, it is that Sawa has a wide range, and I am excited to see what he does next.

Father Bryce talks a lot and doesn’t realize people aren’t listening, which will come in handy when the teenagers are fighting the killer doll.

I don’t think Father Bryce knows Chucky, but I’m sure he thinks Chucky being in the school slaughtering sinners is a wonderful thing.

As a result, I won’t rule him out of Team Chucky just yet.

The nun’s death came as no surprise, yet it was opportune enough for Chucky to remain undiscovered in the school until he flashed his middle finger at the core students.

Nadine is now the fourth team member, and she will most likely be introduced to slay near the conclusion of the season as a means of keeping Jake, Devon, and Lexy together for a potential third season.

Tiffany’s arc continues to impress since she is so insane.

Jennifer Tilly’s comic timing was impeccable during her argument with the cop over Nica’s location.

Tiffany is a bit of a mystery, but I’m betting her purpose for having Nica by her side is to keep Chucky at bay.

It’s rather advantageous to use Nica’s body to converse with Chucky without being killed by him.

But how would Tiffany protect herself from the dolls if a detective manages to breach the wall and enter her ostensibly secure mansion?

A part of me believes Tiffany enjoys the cat-and-mouse game more than she despises Charles.

Her feelings for Charles have been erratic, to say the least, so there’s a decent chance she’ll fall in love with him again before the season’s finale.

Tiffany has locked Nica up and rendered her unconscious, but which side will she choose when everything is said and done?

The world turned its back on her and labeled her a murderer, and there’s no way she can recover from that.

Who is going to trust her story? There will be some legal problems regarding what happened to her limbs, but she is still very much in the frame for what transpired at the hospital.

Helping Chucky was probably the last thing she wanted to do, but when you’re up against a wall, things change.

The advent of Glen and Glenda will undoubtedly accelerate this arc because they will either side with their mother, father, or Nica.

We also don’t know where they’ve been up to this point, so they could be evil.

This universe is synonymous with Wicked!

“The Sinners Are Much More Fun” takes the story on an unexpected path, but I’m ready for the corpse count to rise.

That should happen on Chucky Season 2 Episode 3, now that the kids know where the killer doll is.

What were your thoughts on the new location?

Do you believe more bloodshed is necessary?

What do you think will happen to Tiffany if Glen and Glenda join forces with Nica?

Hit the comments section.

Remember, you can watch Chucky online at TV Fanatic.

Chucky airs on Syfy on Tuesdays at 9 p.m.

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Since 2014, Eliza Grace has worked as a reporter covering movies and other forms of media. She is particularly well-known for the humorous way in which she analyses film. On a regular basis, she contributes articles to The Current that are movie reviews as well as articles about the newest movies, video games, and entertainment news. Words from Eliza Grace: "There's a standard formula for success in the entertainment medium and that's: Beat it to death if it succeeds."