Monday, October 18, 2021

New Trailer Released for ‘Prodigal Son’ Season 2, Episode 6 “Head Case”

After last week’s episode of Prodigal Son, a trailer of epic proportions was released previewing the sixth episode of the season, “Head Case.” If you haven’t already, check it out below, because there’s a lot to unpack.

The trailer shows a number of shocking things, all that can be somewhat explained by the episode’s synopsis. When Malcolm is pushed down an elevator shaft, we get a glimpse of the world that would’ve resulted from Malcolm having a “normal” life, a world where Martin wasn’t a serial killer.

Some of the crazy things shown include Gil in Claremont (sporting a very Martin-like beard), Martin and Jessica living a normal life together, and of course, a big old Brightwell smooch. Let’s not forget Malcolm holding … a skull?!? At the end of the string of clips, the narrator teases that a big twist will be coming at the end of the episode. Worried much? So are we.

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What this means for next week’s episode, we don’t know. We’ll have to tune in to find out what will go down on this week’s episode of Prodigal Son. Starving for some content, Prodigies? Make sure to check out our recap of the latest episode, all of our other Prodigal Son articles, and our latest endeavor, Call For Backup: A Prodigal Son Podcast.

Prodigal Son airs Tuesday nights at 9/8 CT on FOX.

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Kenedi
Kenedi Lynch is a college student pursuing her BS in Biology. She hopes to attend medical school at Stanford or Johns Hopkins to obtain her MD-PhD and become an orthopedic surgeon. When she isn't hard at work, Kenedi enjoys reading, watching her favorite shows on Netflix, and listening to music. Some of her favorite fandoms are Supernatural, Harry Potter, Bones, Criminal Minds, and Percy Jackson.

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