Converging on the mysterious train, the survivors make their hasty getaway after the horrific caretaker attack and greet new faces while counting those lost. But with a wild landscape streaming past and no idea where they are headed, the question quickly becomes: who is driving?
So this week's episode is sort of the second half to last week's, which introduced us to new characters Teddy and Inez, and their setting, making everything even weirder than it was, which is pretty remarkable, given how ReMade has been going so far!
So here we are on the mystery train, revisiting Nevaeh's past life. At first glance it looks like a rehash of her previous episode, but this time some things are clearer - and uglier. I think we're being told that Nevaeh has already had a chance to grow a lot as a person, which makes sense, because she spent so long in what was pretty much social and practical stasis. I enjoy the effect, though some probably find this episode a little redundant.
Everyone is exhausted and terrified and mourning, falling asleep or lashing out, and maybe it simply requires someone like Nevaeh to even attempt to pull them back together, because everybody else just... knows better. Loki responds to her like a cornered housecat, and we're powerfully reminded that we don't know the end of his story yet.
And hey! This is episode 7 out of 15, which means we're halfway through the season. Does that mean things get even busier, now?