Were you shocked by this week’s major twist? I can’t believe this is only the second episode!
If the first episode of Ravenswood was merely weird, episode two was out of this world — literally. For starters, one of “the five” didn’t survive last week’s Civil Wars-fueled car crash, and stranger still, no one really seemed that bothered by said person’s death.
Miranda: Dead Or Alive?
OK, enough of the vagueness. Miranda (Nicole Anderson) was the victim of last week’s skid-and-sink, but I guess that’s only fair since she‘s the one who grabbed the wheel from Remy (Britne Oldford) to avoid the ghost lady she saw standing in the middle of the road.
(And who’s the ghost now, Miranda?! That’s right, you are.)
I’m not sure about the logistics of what happened next, but after reading a letter Miranda’s mother had written for her, Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) was suddenly able to see and speak to the adorably departed. He had briefly seen her in a dream before that, but she explained it was actually a vision she planted in his head.
Then Caleb asked Miranda who the fuzz that lady was standing in the road the night of the crash, and she responded, “I don’t know, but it’s been waiting a long time … for all of us.”
(Easy, ghost girl, you’re freaking us all out!)
Honestly, though, it must have been awkward for ghost-Miranda to see everyone’s reaction to her death. No one appeared to mourn her loss, including her creeper uncle (Steven Cabral), who seemed pretty chill while cutting her open.
>> Remy started sleepwalking this week, which will probably lead to terrible things in the future. That girl needs to wear a bell!
>> Did Luke (Brett Dier) and Olivia’s (Merritt Patterson) mom cheat on their dad? And then kill him? I don’t think we have enough info. to start theorizing, but I’m definitely intrigued!
>> The police in Ravenswood seem far more trustworthy than the ones in Rosewood — even if they aren’t nearly as attractive.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of episode two? Are you hooked on Ravenswood? Drop a comment with your review of the series thus far!
— Andy Swift