91 minutes | Mar 14th 2021

A Discovery of Witches - Season 2, Episode 10

S2E10Jean calls this episode a prologue to Season 3, and it is, but it does manage to tie up Season 2 sufficiently enough for us. We say goodbye to Goody, the coven, Susanna, Father Hubbard, Pierre, Françoise, Jack (!), and Gallowglass in 1591. AND there is the "Hello/Goodbye" to Diana's Dad, Stephen Proctor!Meanwhile, we are getting a glimpse of what the couple will be greeted with when they return to their modern lives - Ysabeau, Marcus, Miriam, Sarah, Emily, Nathaniel, Sophie, Agatha, and Phoebe examine the problems they are facing, and ponder possible solutions going forward. Gerbert and Domenico are fighting for their own power in destructive ways. Peter (we have a few choice words to say about him) is planning a solo raid on Sept-Tours. Satu -- well, she offered her help. It's not her fault that Peter is too stubborn to accept it! Come to the good side, Satu! And then there is Herr Fuchs ... aka Benjamin (!!!)This episode runs long because we had a lot to discuss in the Spoiler Zone. Those of you who enter it, you'll understand why!Thanks to all of our NEW Patrons for sponsoring this episode, and to all, please enjoy.Full show notes: http://go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/S2E10Informational links:Season 2 Shout Out! -- tell us your thoughts on this episode, the actors, the sets, or the series as a whole! It's up to you!Our Chapter Review Episodes -- in case you want to join us in reading the books.Milo Twomey - PierreHolly Aird - FrançoiseStephen Cree - GallowglassSheila Hancock - Goody AlsopPaul Rhys - Father HubbardAisling Loftus - Susanna/Sophie NormanJoshua Pickering - Jack Blackfriers Jacob Ifan - Benjamin FuchsDavid Newman - Stephen ProctorEdward Bluemel - Marcus WhitmoreAdelle Leonce - Phoebe TaylorLindsay Duncan - Ysabeau de ClermontAlex Kingston - Sarah BishopValarie Pettiford - Emily MatherAiysha Hart - Miriam ShepherdTanya Moodie - Agatha WilsonSophia Myles - Rebecca BishopDaniel Ezra - Nathaniel WilsonAisling Loftus - Sophie NormanTrystan Gravelle - Baldwin MontclairOwen Teale - Peter KnoxMalin Buska - Satu JärvinenGregg Chillin - Domenico MicheleTrevor Eve - Gerbert D'AurillacMore:Join us on Patreon (as little as $2 monthly will gain you access to extra episodes + different level incentives for those who join at higher tiers!)A Discovery of Witches TV News info (Continually updated; scenes, sets, trailer video, official photographs, casting + more)Become a Discusser (contact info located there as well)Email us directly: DaemonsDiscuss@gmail.comCall & Leave a voicemail! 1 (360) 519-7836 or hit us up on SpeakPipe Our Podcast Page: DaemonsDiscuss.com Our Main Site: DaemonsDomain.com Social Media: Twitter - @DaemonsDiscuss, Facebook - Daemons Discuss & Instagram - @daemonsdiscussTo join our private, listener-only Facebook group, apply here: Join Daemonic Discussers The "word" is "F*cking Firedrake"To see/hear all of our chapter reviews, check out this list: Chapter Review EpisodesTV show reviews? 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