Of course, the former theory may just be wishful thinking, as it is not wise to underestimate the dark-sided nature of Mouse. Rue (Zendaya) was ready to leave her family behind to run away with Jules (Hunter Schafer) in the finale, but in the end, she couldn't bring herself to follow through. The season 1 finale of HBO's 'Euphoria' has us very worried about the fate of two beloved characters. Before leaving Nate’s, Maddy took a DVD and later watched it. After that, we cut to her snorting her drug of choice in her room, seemingly passing out on her bed, and launching straight into an in-show music video of the song “All for Us” by Labrinth featuring Rue, err Zendaya. Eddy Chen/HBO, Here's what could have happened to Rue and Fez in. But after the credits rolled on the season finale, there was one major question on fans' minds in the wake of the show's cliffhanger ending: What happened to Fez on Euphoria? Leslie’s speech also reads somewhat like a eulogy, and the setting does not help — with Rue sitting in a church pew and not being visually acknowledged by her mother. This is a guy who was probably going to assault an underage Rue in exchange for her Fentanyl trip and only calmed down when Fez agreed to cough up way more money than was deserved. I hope not.” (Read full interview here). Trying to play cool, Fez asks if they’re “good” and Mouse doesn’t answer. The actor who plays Fezco on #Euphoria looks and sounds a lot like Mac Miller I started crying watching Fez take care of Rue knowing that Mac died from a fentanyl OD. Credit: In the video sequence, Rue touches her mom and sister, but neither pays any attention to her; however, her father, who is dead, does interact with her, hugging her and then kissing her forehead before disappearing once again. The other side of the dead theory is that Rue simply cried herself to sleep at the end of the finale and is having one of those Euphoria dream sequences that love to play with time and space. It’s almost like an RIP Rue slideshow. But as for everyone else? 2020 Bustle Digital Group. We also saw Kat (Barbie Ferreira) get a rom-com-like conclusion with Ethan (Austin Abrams). Everyone's favorite summer TV obsession, Euphoria, wrapped up its first season on Sunday, August 4, and it went out the way it came in — by leaving viewers in shock. It turned out that item of clothing belonged to him. Season One of “Euphoria” ended in a cliffhanger. Offers may be subject to change without notice. We’ll have to wait until Season 2 to see what happens next. To further support this theory, earlier in the episode, Leslie reads a letter that she presumably wrote to Rue, alluding to the weird period of time where she was born, but also making mention of a narrator, stating “What if I heard the voice of some narrator who said: ‘Here’s what’s going to happen?” This could be a nod to the prevailing theory that Rue’s omniscient but undependable narrating powers have been bestowed upon her from the grave and that her mother is here to remind her us, the audience, of that fact. “In that split moment, she just thinks about her mom and her little sister, which is something that we’ve never seen her do.”. Because Euphoria didn't show anything more of the confrontation between Mouse and Fez, it seems entirely possible that the latter got shot by his supplier because of his decision to rob someone for the money. In the season's penultimate episode, Rue asked him to threaten Nate (Jacob Elordi) in order to stop him from blackmailing and harassing Jules (Hunter Schaefer), and the violent jock retaliated by calling the cops on Fez and his brother, Ashtray (Javon Walton). Is that all in her head or could she be doing at least a version (not necessarily as theatrical) of it? A buyer?) Mouse didn’t reply. Fez had a menacing encounter with Mouse earlier in the season when Mouse gave Rue Fentanyl, but then things calmed down when Fez offered Mouse double what the drug cost. And … Add this to Rue’s ominous final line about disappearing “into that good night” and it’s not looking good. Some fans also swear that it’s Fez uttering the “Until then” at the very end of the episode, assuming it’s a nod to him surviving. protect Rue (Zendaya) even as she bought drugs. After all, that closing musical number was certainly a head-scratcher, and we do wonder if we should be reading into what it could mean. The violent methods he used didn't go unnoticed by Mouse, however, who stands up to confront Fez in the last minutes of the episode, gun in hand. “There’s nobody on Jules’ level in her eyes,” Zendaya said in a featurette HBO posted following the episode. And when he brought the money to Mouse, there was blood on it. He turns in the money he got from robbing — and brutally beating — one of Mouse’s associates (Was the good doctor a friend? There's also the fact that Fez, who viewers have learned lives by some kind of moral code, crossed a line when he chose the house he robbed. Plus, see the cast and creatives of 'A Black Lady Sketch Show' and 'Our Boys. Uh-oh. Could 'The Queen's Gambit' Return for Season 2 on Netflix. But is this the end of their relationship? And speaking of dreams, while her father is in fact the only one who interacts with her in this sequence, it can be interpreted is a warning, rather than a red flag that she’s dead. Needless to say, the implication that something terrible could have happened to the fan-favorite character left social media in a panic. The brothers flushed their supply in a panic, which led to a brand new problem for Fez: he owed money to his boss, Mouse, but no longer had a way to pay him back. When Rue got home after leaving Jules at the train station, she did drugs and lay back on her bed before suddenly rising and breaking out into song. And while it seems like Fez managed to pull off a clean break, Mouse’s unnamed money handler pointed out the money he turned in was spattered in blood, signaling that the “bulls—-” Fez was dealing with before arriving was not something to be dismissed after all. Eddy Chen/HBO (2), Credit: There is hope, however. Sure, we saw Jules (Hunter Schafer) get on a train and leave Rue (Zendaya) behind. Because Euphoria didn't show anything more of the confrontation between Mouse and Fez, it seems entirely possible that the latter got shot by … Entertainment Weekly is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation All Rights Reserved. This occurs right after her mom Leslie’s (Nika King) eulogy-like scene and it’s intercut with events that occurred in Rue’s more distant past (her with her dad as a kid, some of their final dinners together, dancing with her sister Gia (Storm Reid), keeping her dad’s hoodie for herself) and her recent past (her time with Jules). We’ve been racking our brains since the episode first faded to black, and here’s what we’ve got: Earlier this season, we discussed the theory that Rue has been dead this whole time and the finaleleaves some hints to support that. HBO, Credit: Euphoria's Nate Just Messed With This Beloved Character, and OMG, Can He Just Not? As Hunter Schafer pointed out, “their love still exists,” and the characters’ portrayers hope that they find a way to make it. “We love them together, and we want them to finally be together, and they have this moment, where it’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, they finally are in love and they can run off together,’ and then everything just comes crashing down,” Zendaya said. Where the hell was McKay (Algee Smith) the whole episode? The first season of HBO's Euphoria ended just as wildly as the previous seven episodes. That’s a different show isn’t it? Is Jules coming back? And with Mouse being as sinister as he is, we wouldn’t be shocked if he played like he was gonna say “yeah, we good” and then shot Fez right in the face because he didn’t want to be bothered by whatever risky business Fez had gotten into. Click through the gallery above for insight and speculation into the ending of the first season and what we need answered in Season 2. “I think she’s just repeating and thinking about all the trauma she’s already caused her family,” Zendaya explained. Here’s hoping Mouse is money hungry enough to just let all of this slide. and trying to recover from a police raid. ', Copyright © 2020 NTVB Media, Inc., All Rights Reserved, 'His Dark Materials' & More HBO Stars in Our TCA 2019 Portrait Studio (PHOTOS), Worth Watching: 'Good Doctor' Treats Covid, Leap of Faith in 'Soulmates,' Time Travel on 'General Hospital', Farewell to 'Supernatural' Day 2: First Look at the Series Finale (PHOTO), Nelly Talks His 'DWTS' Double Dance & a 'Wide Open' Season 29, Jeannie Mai Forced to Exit 'DWTS' Due to Hospitalization. Going by her reaction, whatever she saw was shocking — maybe Nate’s dad’s (Eric Dane) sex tape with Jules?! Mouse is…certainly ominous, but we want to believe that he would refrain from shooting Fez as long as all the money was accounted for and he wouldn’t be dragged into some future nonsense. Here’s what they had to say: Schafer: “I guess you could apply that perspective if you wanted to. What is Maddy (Alexa Demie) going to do with that CD she presumably burned a copy of? This is a show that doesn't shy away from the darkness of life — after all, the plot picks up following Rue's overdose and stint in rehab — so it wouldn't be out of the question for Euphoria to kill off one of its most beloved characters in the finale. Angus Cloud, who plays Rue's drug dealer Fez (full name Fezco), is an incredible up-and-coming talent who we can't wait to see around more. [Warning: The below and gallery above contain MAJOR spoilers for the Season 1 finale of Euphoria, "And Salt the Earth Behind You."]. The Internet has been full of rumors about who might die in Euphoria’s Season 1 finale on HBO.And now that we’re here, we’re going to share the results live as the episode airs.

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