Season 2 of ‘Euphoria‘ is full of new confrontations and shocking revelations that keep viewers hooked to their televisions. Rue and her friends continue to navigate the intricacies of life in this critically acclaimed teen drama.
Rue’s downward spiral continues in the 3rd episode, as she pursues a risky business venture that will have disastrous consequences for her. Cal’s search for the disc, meantime, is a fiasco.
Nate, who is trying to reconcile with Maddy, stands Cassie up. Lexi, on the other hand, begins to embrace her brave side and takes on a new challenge.
At the end of the episode, viewers are left to ponder the ramifications of their favourite characters’ actions.
As a result, we’re confident that fans of the show are excitedly anticipating the publication of the next episode.
Allow us to reveal what we know about ‘Euphoria‘ season 2 Episode 4 as you wait for the new episode!
Release Date for Euphoria Season 2 Episode 4
Every Sunday, new episodes are broadcast on the network. Season 2 Episode 4 of ‘Euphoria’ titled ‘You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can,’ will premiere on HBO on January 30, 2022, at 9 p.m. ET.
The second season consists of eight episodes, each lasting 48 to 65 minutes.
Euphoria Episode 2×04 Promo / Trailer
Euphoria 2.04 Promotional Photos
Spoilers for Euphoria Season 2 Episode 4
‘You Who Cannot See, Think About Those Who Can’ is the title of episode 4 of season 2 of ‘Euphoria.’
Rue’s new drug business is anticipated to be the episode’s main emphasis. There are a hundred reasons why a drug addict selling narcotics is a horrible idea, but Rue’s main concern will be keeping her addiction and business hidden from Jules.
Jules, on the other hand, seemed to love Elliott’s company. Their time together could lead to regrettable deeds that they strive to conceal from Rue.
Elliott is bound to become involved in the confrontation between Rue and Jules that would arise as a result of their secrets sooner or later.
In other news, Cassie will undoubtedly be upset to see Nate and Maddy together, and it will be interesting to see how she reacts to Nate’s betrayal.
Meanwhile, Cal is likely to keep looking for the disc, although it’s possible that he won’t find it. Ethan and Kat’s relationship is still on shaky footing, so Lexi’s theatre show could become a hotbed of tension and drama. Lexi might crack under the strain of putting on a theatrical performance.
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Recap of Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3
Cal, Nate’s father, is the focus of the first deep dive in this week’s episode. We saw his life as he dominated the wrestling team in high school, aspired to attend Duke, and hung around with his best friend, Derek.
Cal’s gaze lingers on his friend’s body for far longer than is necessary, despite Rue’s voiceover informing us of the guys’ closeness and comfort.
Cal and Marsha begin dating when Marsha admits she likes him. She’s blunt, which Rue claims make Cal uncomfortable.
One night in Cal’s automobile, Marsha offers him oral sex. So one day, while they’re both on Cal’s bed, he does it. Cal’s father, a tough guy like Future Cal, barged in.
To see if Cal is thrilled, he tells him to stand up, which is incorrect on many levels, and Cal refuses. Cal’s father had lost his cool.
Cal informs his folks that he met a girl tonight during dinner. Cal and Marsha start having sex whenever they get the chance.
“Derek insisted on just the two of them celebrating,” Rue adds. So the lads head to a gay bar and down a few tequila shots.
They’re soon lip-syncing to INXS’ “Never Tear Us Apart” and dancing to it. When the hilarity wears off, they close in on each other and dance with their faces pressed against each other’s necks. They kiss and kiss some more.
Marsha calls Cal the next day, ecstatic, to tell him she’s expecting. He hangs up and tears in his bed.
“Are you stoned?” “Call Me Irresponsible,” Gia tells Rue, who is dancing about the home. Rue goes on to discuss how she hides her relapse from her sister and friends by switching medications.
We get a flashback of Rue informing Gia that she might start smoking pot to cope with her daily panic attacks while she speaks. Rue’s addiction had already scarred her younger sister, so this infuriated her. They pushed and shoved each other.
They are in tears. “Promise me it’ll only be weed and nothing more,” Gia eventually told Rue. Rue.
So Gia assumes Rue is high when she sees her tripping the light fantastic in the kitchen. Rue also explains to Jules that she “forgot” to tell her about Elliot, but Jules is sceptical.
When Rue advises that Elliot and Jules get along, Jules responds, “He wants to fu*k you.” When Rue denies it, the girls go to Elliot’s house to interrogate him with a lamp.
Elliot’s sexuality is fluid, and he’s interested in both Rue and Jules, but he also wants to be friends with them both.
He teases Jules about her binder, and she retaliates, but the entire exchange appears to allay Jules’ concerns about Rue’s new friend. Cal’s vehicle routinely passes the ladies on their bikes on their way home, which is inconvenient.
Jules guides Rue’s fingers down the front of her pants in a backyard for some nookie, and everything is excellent until they walk home, snort heroin, and droop.
Cassie wakes up at 4 a.m. every day to perform an intricate beauty ritual to ensure Nate recognises her in the halls. He won’t until she dresses up as Maddy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs do nothing except daydream about how great it would be to go back to high school. For the past three weeks, they’ve been having sex every Friday night.
Cassie travels to meet Nate on Friday night, but he isn’t there. “Please accept my apologies. As we watch him deliver flowers to Maddy’s residence, he texts, “See you next week.” Cal visits Fez’s place because he is concerned about the missing DVD.
But Ashtray has gotten ahead of him and is waiting for him at the car, rifle drawn. No matter how much Cal threatens, Ash knows he won’t call the cops.
Cal learns that Nate lied about why Fez assaulted him at the New Year’s Eve party. “Are you saying you had sex with Jewel?” the drug dealer asks, which makes me laugh.
Fez informs Cal that Nate is “in love with Jewel” in answer to his request for the disc. C.L. is dazed before Fez. “Until the end of time,” Fez stated as he released the bloodied Cal in exchange for a promise not to trouble Fez, Rue, or Jules.
Rue chooses to become a dealer once she runs out of Fay’s heroin. Fez cuts her pitch short, so she grabs her mother’s blazer and walks straight to Laurie, Fez’s season-opening source.
Rue and her high school friends have concocted a plan to sell heroin for Laurie. Worst-case scenario, of course! As a result, Rue receives $10K in products from Laurie instead of $50K.
Ali notices Rue bringing the drug-filled bag to her Narcotics Anonymous meeting. She is rude to him and argues that the luggage is overflowing with books. When asked why she can’t treat him like a parent, she says that no one expects him to be.
Rue returns home and eagerly opens the luggage, putting the goods to the test. Lexi has written a play and has been granted permission to stage it at school.
Kat doesn’t seem to mind that Ethan has a part in the musical. Kat meets Ethan’s parents, but she is so apprehensive that the evening is ruined.
Where Can I Watch Euphoria Season 2 Episode 4 Online?
Season 2 Episode 4 of ‘Euphoria’ can be seen on HBO at the time and date specified above for cable subscriptions. Cord cutters, on the other hand, can watch the 4th episode on HBO Max.
One day after it airs on television, the future episode will be available on VOD platforms such as Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, & Vudu.
You can also watch the new episode on YouTube TV, Hulu, DirecTV, & Xfinity if you have an HBO add-on with your existing plan.
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