Tonight, July 28, 2019, you can watch the seventh episode of the hit HBO series Euphoria. Created by Sam Levinson and executive produced by Drake, this series has already been renewed for a second season and brings something unexpected every week. The seventh episode of Euphoria airs tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern (9 p.m Central). You’ll want to watch live so you’re not spoiled on anything.
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The title for Euphoria Episode 7 is “The Trials and Tribulations of Trying to Pee While Depressed.” Some fans think this may refer to trying to pee for a pregnancy test and that maybe Cassie is pregnant.
Here’s a refresher on what happened last week. This will have spoilers for Episode 6.
Last week’s episode was focused on McKay’s background. He learned to bottle up his feelings and unleash them in football. But when he got to college, he realized that everyone was great and his chances of going pro weren’t so strong as he thought. This caused him to really struggle, but he fell in love with Cassie, which helped his struggle a lot. Unfortunately, things haven’t been great between them. He always felt jealous of her and tried to control how she dressed. Cassie, angry at McKay, reached out to Daniel and kissed him, but then Daniel was incredibly rude to her and things spiraled for Cassie.
We also saw a really disturbing scene where a group of fraternity guys burst into McKay’s room and pretended to rape him. It was a little unclear if it was actual rape or extreme hazing, but whatever happened it was definitely sexual assault. McKay cried in the bathroom before he pulled himself together. He’s struggling.
Kat, meanwhile, was building her cam empire, but she had some creepy interactions with someone named Masterade99 who bought everything on her Amazon wishlist. Something’s going to go very wrong with that one. Kat, meanwhile, pushes Ethan away and turns to Daniel, which is a big mistake. (We saw that with Cassie’s encounter with Daniel.)
Rue and Jules had a lot of problems at the Halloween party, and Lexi was there for emotional support. But it turns out that Jules, although she’s struggling with being a “rock” for Rue, was bothered by something much bigger. She was bothered because she saw a very free and exonerated Nate at the party with Maddy.
Nate blackmailed Jules into blaming Tyler for the bruises on Maddy’s throat. UGH. And Nate blackmailed Tyler into taking the blame. And Maddy went along with it. Nate is a sociopath and right now it looks like he’s winning. An innocent man is paying for Nate’s crime, and it’s wrong. Right now, it looks like Nate is winning. :(
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