HBO’s latest Sunday night drama, The Leftovers returns tonight with an all new episode, “Penguins One, Us Zero.” Check out what to expect from this week’s episode here!
Last Week on ‘The Leftovers’
The Garvey family introductions tap into an array of responses one may expect to find in a post-rapture world. Jill, the youngest daughter takes to partying and outbursts of aggression in the form of ill-timed comments. Tom, the eldest son, joins a radical cult led by the mysterious Holy Wayne. However, the goodwill hugging, is merely a front for the holy man’s threatening attitude.
Kevin tries to hold what is left of his family together with sit down dinners and create a stable home life. Meanwhile, as Chief of Police, he emphasizes the danger of a local extremist group, The Guilty Remnant, poses to the town. Unfortunately, that means making sure that his wife Laurie, a member of the cult, is not only safe from their danger.
• For a full breakdown of the characters we met last week and more images from this week’s episode, check out our photo preview post.
• To watch last week’s episode, head over to Yahoo! where the premiere is free to stream!
This Week on ‘The Leftovers’
Clip from this week’s episode:
Kevin breaks the silence in the Guilty Remnant’s home base to ask new member Meg a few questions. This week, Meg’s story will see more screen time than it did in the premiere. Her new handler, Laurie, takes Meg under her watch as she makes the transition to the silent side. Get ready to read, Laurie’s scenes will require a keen eye for her knack of communicating via notepad.
In the wake of a series of disturbing encounters, Kevin pays a visit to a therapist. Tom finds himself in a precarious situation with Christine (Annie Q), a favorite of Wayne’s. A frustrated Meg is asked to part with pieces of her past. Jill and Aimee tail Nora Durst (Carrie Coon), who became a local celebrity when her entire family disappeared in the Departure.
The Leftovers season 1, episode 2, “Penguin One, Us Zero” airs tonight at 10:00 p.m. ET on HBO
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