Killjoys The Wolf You Feed Recap Season 3 Episode 7 – As “The Wolf You Feed,” begins, D’avin is having a problem getting the captured Hullen ships to work. They seem to have minds of their own and, as a result, kill two pilots who are test-flying them. In the meantime, Dutch seems to have gone missing. Johnny decides to take on the task of finding her, hacking into Lucy’s files for that purpose.
Killjoys The Wolf You Feed Recap Season 3 Episode 7
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It turns out that Dutch is with Zeph, getting hooked up to the brain slices that the latter found to try to connect with Aneela’s memories to get more insights into her enemy. What she finds out is disturbing, to say the least. The memories are disjointed, and some may even be false, but at the end, Dutch has more insights into her own origin than that of Aneela.
Aneela’s descent into madness took place a long time ago, as Khlyen, her father, turned her into a Hullen. Aneela, in turn, indulged in experiments that left the test subjects dead. As she came to understand her own flaws, Aneela recreated her younger self from memories in the green goo, but without the madness. That younger self, of course, became Dutch, which explains why the two women look so much alike. Khlyen abandoned his older daughter and started to teach the younger one the combat skills she needed to survive. The revelations almost sends Dutch around the bend and she almost kills Johnny when he finally finds her.
In the meantime, D’avin approaches Fancy, a former Hullen, with a proposal. He needs more than 30 cured Hullens just like Fancy to fly the ships so that the Quad will stand a chance of fighting off the Hullen when they arrive. At first, Fancy is agreeable to this proposition. However, Turin complicates things when he orders all of the “cleansed,” as the former Hullen are called, to be arrested. The theory is that the cleansed are not to be trusted.
D’avin countermands the order, releases Fancy and the cleansed, and commands that Turin be arrested instead. Then he asserts leadership of the various factions that are pledged to fight off the Hullen.
When Dutch returns, she confirms D’avin as the leader. In her state, she is not capable of leading. She has her own agenda now, which is to find Aneela. What she intends to do when that happens is uncertain.
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Killjoys The Wolf You Feed Recap Season 3 Episode 7 characters and cast include:
Dutch – Hannah John-Kamen (Whitechapel, The Hour, The Tunnel, Game of Thrones, Star Wars: The Force Awakens)
John Jaqobis – Aaron Ashmore (Smallville, The Shrine, Regression, Warehouse 13, The Bridge, In Plain Sight)
D’Avin Jaqobis – Luke Macfarlane (Brothers & Sisters, Kinsey, Mercy Street, Supergirl, Over There)
Fancy Lee – Sean Baek (Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, The Veteran, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Witchblade)
Lucy – Tamsen McDonough (The Incredible Hulk, Chloe, Grey Gardens, The Bridge)
Pree – Thom Allison (I Me Wed, Murdoch Mysteries, Kim’s Convenience)
Gander – Ted Atherton (The Expanse, The Kennedys: Decline and Fall, Murdoch Mysteries, Everest, Hollywoodland)
Turin – Patrick Garrow (16 Blocks, 12 Monkeys, Hannibal, Copper)
Zeph – Kelly McCormack (Special Correspondents, 11.22.63, Defiance, That’s My DJ, Damien)
Banyon Grey – Karen LeBlanc (Nurse.Fighter.Boy., Dolan’s Cadillac, Insomnia, Motive, Cracked, Shattered)
Alvis Akari – Morgan Kelly (A History of Violence, Being Erica, The Lookout, Blood and Water, Shattered Glass)
Khlyen – Rob Stewart (The Christmas List, Sweating Bullets, Goliath, Suits, Nikita, Broken Lullabye)
Gared – Gavin Fox (Taken, Suits, Orphan Black, Connor Undercover, Flashpoint)
Jaal – Ian Matthews (Gangland Undercover, Orphan Black, The Captive, A History of Violence, Copper)