Episode 3’s closure was perhaps Euphoria’s darkest yet, as Rue uses a bundle of fentanyl from the suitcase she was given by the schoolteacher-turned-drug-supplier, Laurie (Martha Kelly). Zendaya has uncovered that Rue will reach “absolute bottom” at some point in season 2, and she seems well on her way there. Not just is she proceeding with her descending spiral of medication use, yet now she will ostensibly turn into a seller as well.
To intensify Rue’s situation, she also seemed to sever the relationship with her sponsor, Ali, who was the focus of Rue’s special episode. Besides Rue’s continuous medication use and the double circles of drama, some of season 2’s unmistakable subplots are the contention among Nate and his father over the stolen disk and Lexi’s play inspired by her frustration with her sister, Cassie. This and substantially more will be the focus of the following episode of Euphoria, which airs Sunday night on HBO.
Now, the promotion for Euphoria season 2 episode 4 is here, seeing the events of the following part named “You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can,” a phrase famous among French Surrealists. The trailer begins with Rue opening her recently gained suitcase brimming with drugs, which she is intended to distribute however she also to some extent plans to use, and ends with shots of Rue and Elliot in a congregation seemingly for a memorial service, indicating a possible person’s passing. Nonetheless, this could be just another medication instigated vision for Rue. Watch the trailer underneath:
The trailer for Euphoria season 2, episode 4, teases a possible person’s passing. While Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to make bank in the cinema world, in which Zendaya plays MJ, she has simultaneously been starring in HBO’s widely praised adolescent dramatization as Rue Bennett, a recuperating young medication fanatic. Following a two-year layoff, Euphoria got back with a second season on January 9. In any case, the huge delay was alleviated by the release of two special episodes created during the beginning of the pandemic.