We have to talk about this doll. Like, I can deal with gooey alien-worm stuff that falls on people’s stomachs, but strange dolls? It can be extreme. And now we don’t have just one Eddie doll, but three. And one wearing old-fashioned humor. It’s really just crossing the line at this point.
Evil Season 2 Episode 12 “D Is for Doll” Recap
Nathan and Elijah’s doll Eddie. Nathan is one of Kurt’s patients who lost his wife last year and is now facing some danger in his home. It was directed at him, now behind his son, Elijah – he said something or someone pushed him away while he was alone at home, and broke his arm.
Kurt suggests meeting Kristen. Yes, Kristen, after two cleansing sessions, apologized to her doctor for the inconvenience and accused him of all sorts of bad things. In other good news: Kristen has been mentally unstable for four days. He admits “with great respect to the placebo effect” and not “expelling the spirits by hiding in the bathroom,” but whatever works for him. And something works for Kristen here. He is brighter and brighter than before, and you can see everything about him. Katja Herbers, everyone.
Kristen agrees to look at Nathan’s house and invites the boys, too. Even Kurt is leaving! Kurt is not only available for his patient but would also very much like to write a book about the practice of examiners. David and Ben, not surprisingly, strongly disagree, but Kurt insists on his way.
Not for nothing, but I would watch 100 percent watching the 15-minute video of Kurt and Ben discussing the sounds of the living room, but maybe I was the only one. The group ends up at the top of the attic, which smells bad, by the way, and they find the trunk tied and locked. Inside the trunk is a carved box. What’s in the box? She has an old, folded doll, Eddie. You guys, I’d rather be the head of Gwyneth Paltrow. And that’s Se7en’s joke, not a knock on Gwyneth’s door, in case Goop reads or something.
Nathan’s late wife bought a doll at the chemical market because she thought it was funny that the person who sold it to her said she needed to follow strict rules in caring for it. Do what you want, or it will hurt you. But even though the doll is not in the house, Nathan and Elijah are still being questioned.
Elijah feels so bad that he ends up taking a recording knife and putting it in his characters to take it out because he feels like bugs getting inside it. What he finds is rather the three great shadows of demons that surround them on the walls. When they present everything to Monsignor Korecki, he joins the family, who believe it must be a demonic disease. Since the entry of demons does not require a priest, He wants to send Gregory.
Oh, Gregory. As Ben explains, it seems that he always defends the Church, and then meets someone like Gregory. A well-executed show that is perfect for the skin and has nothing to do with church teachings. Gregory does his bizarre things and says the house is cleaned. But we don’t care what Gregory does; we care about what happens outside Elijah’s bedroom.
Kurt, who was told by Kristen not to record what Gregory had done because it reduced their workload, ended up walking down the hall and running to the very shadow that Nathan was talking about. As he approaches Kurt – Who Doesn’t go – it seems he may be a relative of the demons that frightened Kristen and Ben at night. And then when he punched Kurt in the nose, well, it’s clear. Kristen comes out, and the demon leaves, but Kurt’s nose sign is still there. Kurt Boggs has been robbed, you guys. He’s been stuck with the inspectors for a very long time, and I really need this man to get out of this whole mess somehow, okay?
After all, after Gregory of it all, Nathan ends up looking for his doll Eddie anyway. You know, that would be a great experience to have at the beginning of this thing. We wish you the best of luck; he has left our David distressed. But Nathan is not the only one who believes in Eddie’s strength. During the hideout game, Lynn finds Sebbie sitting on her bed, staring into the darkness.
He says he can’t play the game because his friend told him not to move, and he has to do whatever his friend says, otherwise he will hurt him. Lynn goes to the moving chair the “friend” is sitting on – walking, by the way – and finds the Eddie doll. “She looks small, but she’s really big,” explained Sebbie, raising the creep factor.
Not only that: When Lynn gets home, she finds Eddie’s doll in her bag. Did Sebbie put it there? When Lexis sees his sister with him, he believes it is his grandmother Eddie’s doll, so the two girls go down to his grandmother’s room – Sheryl is not at home – and return it to the altar. Then they were afraid of the train that made Eddie’s doll move and runs away screaming, which seemed appropriate.
Now, where is Sheryl? Our Eddie My Eddie Original is staying with Edward this week. You ask him to do two things for you, with a little context of why (better in a small context, even for us), and in return, you will give him a precious gift. Favorites are weird, like all things about Edward. First, he gets her to join him in a power struggle when he is instructed to ignore the man they meet, and then when he says the word “daffodil,” he should slap her.
He did very well; Edward came down to her in the elevator as they left. The second kindness is to go to a man at a restaurant with his friends and his wife and show him the clean STD test he just received. After that job, he wants his prize.
Wow, wow, wow, friends. I don’t know how I can tell you this, but his prize is Edward’s grandfather’s head in the pot. I just want to type out the cackling sounds of the rest of this retrieval because that’s how I really feel about that head in the pot, but it probably wouldn’t be the most instructive use of our time. Or maybe it could be. It is a small head floating in a pot.
Edward tells her that Sheryl has “graduated” and is now her “follower.” This is not just the front of the pot, it is his crime. And look again, when Sheryl goes home and pulls out her demonic map of the useful demon, there she is. Sheryl seems to think that everything meets the place.
So he puts that head in a pot on his floor, surrounded by not one, but two, with Eddie’s dolls in his room, kneeling and praying to them as the father, son, and the holy spirit. As he does so, with tears in his eyes, he says, “I’m ready, use it,” and the camera is full enough to show us a picture of the Virgin Mary on the shelf, in the same place of prayer. What the hell will happen to Sheryl ??
It’s not just about playing dolls in this episode, though. David has just one week to go before being appointed, and the doubts in his head are getting worse. She worries that she made a mistake by choosing not to marry or have children – by choosing to be alone forever. She asks Sister Andrea about her decision to keep her promises and whether she feels lonely.
God is with them, but so is Satan. He really needs David to watch over his master because he is going down. And soon: You know in a meeting where Leland assured Monsignor to give him a permanent position with the Church, assisting those who pass through the exorcism. Examiners will have to answer him now. “The war is just beginning,” he tells her, and she and David have a gift for fighting.
To help him find a few items, David finally visits the Black pastor he met a few weeks ago who runs the Gospel church. He left the priesthood for a number of reasons, but the greater was in love with a monk. His church is full of power. While it may seem encouraging and inviting, David has a serious problem: It is clear that the pastor does not believe in the devil as David did.
For him, they are not fighting a monster with horns. They fought “the devil on a burning cross and a corrupt policeman.” He helps his church with responsibilities and real life. He is not, like him, fighting real demons. How could David turn his back on this fight when Sister Andrea insisted that he becoming?
He still argues when he has another heart-to-heart with Kristen. Oh, this conversation. I want to wrap up this conversation. Kristen, who remembers, is now more peaceful than ever, telling David that he should be anointed. He knows that change is the way he felt before, but he feels that it is important for someone like him, someone who “wants to be good,” to make bad people in the world. She is afraid of what will happen to her if she leaves.
He wants to know if you ever thought about what would have happened if they had met before. “You know I know,” he replied. “Can we date?” She asks. Kristen shakes her head yes. Then he approaches her, puts his hand into her heart, and tells her: “Go, anoint him.” Everything is so beautiful and so quiet and sophisticated, and the day of the anointing will be something special.