The Art of the Deal

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The Season 2 finale of USA’s Falling Water dishes out the most thrills we’ve seen yet, with plenty of loose ends tied up—and more unraveling as we speak. We learn that Bill Boerg’s long-lost sister, Katrina, is miraculously alive; Taylor Bennett finally gets what’s coming to her; and we get a better idea of why Dr. Stanislaus Ginsberg wants to abduct Tess (and it’s not for the reasons you may think). Catch up on all that and more in this week’s recap of “The Art of the Deal.”

Risk Assessment

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With Tom Dolan’s Shadowman closing in on Taka, Tess, Burton, Alex, and the ones they love (Alex’s girlfriend, Christy, begins this episode in the hospital after Dolan forced her to cut herself and throw her body through a glass coffee table in her sleep), time is of the essence to bring justice to Sabine and the rest of his and Taylor Bennett’s victims. But as is often the case with Falling Water, it isn’t quite that straightforward nor simple.

Nothing Personal

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Despite what its “Nothing Personal” title implies, the eighth episode of Falling Water’s second season raises the stakes and indeed makes things personal when Alex’s loved ones are put in danger and Woody is begrudgingly brought into the fold to take down Taylor Bennett. Catch up on all that and more with this week’s recap below.

Love is a Dreamer

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There’s a variety pack of love showcased in this latest hour of Falling Water, aptly titled “Love Is a Dreamer”—not the least of which is the sparks flying between Burton and Tess. Whether it be the love of a friendship turned into something more, the love towards the one that got away, or the love between sisters, Episode 207 gives us plenty to chew on—and that’s not even considering the continued threat of Taylor Bennett and her murderous Shadowman. Catch up on all that and more in this week’s recap below.

Mothers, Fathers, Daughters, Sons

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We’re rounding out the latter half of Falling Water season 2, and the revelations-per-hour are piling on thick. Episode 206, “Mothers, Fathers, Daughters, Sons” leads to more unexpected deaths at the hands of the Shadowman while Tess, Burton, Taka, and now Alex get ever-so-closer to taking him (and his presumed employer, Taylor Bennett) down. Catch up on all that and more with our weekly recap below.

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