Tonight is the premiere of the sixth 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 is keeping fans hooked with a layered plot some surprising twists and turns. The sixth episode of Euphoria airs tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern (9 p.m Central), Sunday, July 21, 2019. You’ll want to watch live so you’re not spoiled on anything.
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Euphoria‘s description for episode 6 reads: “On Halloween, Rue worries about her reliance on Jules, while Jules starts exhibiting concerning behavior. McKay questions his future in football. After a weird night with McKay, Cassie spends some time with Daniel. Business is booming for Kat as she continues to push Ethan away. Nate comes up with a plan to get his life back on track.”
The episode is called “The Next Episode.” Most of the show’s episode titles refer to a song title and tonight’s is no exception. The title refers to Dr. Dre’s song, “The Next Episode,” which was released on July 4, 2000.
Here’s a refresher on what happened last week.
The episode was focused on Maddy’s background and it was directed by Jennifer Morrison. Maddy was originally in pageantry but her parents pulled her out after a scare with a child molester (Maddy wasn’t involved in that scare at all.) That’s when Maddy realized that she enjoyed doing nothing and liked the idea of having a rich guy pay for her to do nothing. This is part of what initially drew her to Nate, who treated her well at first and bought her expensive gifts. After Nate choked her and left her with bruises, Maddy knew that she still couldn’t let him go.
Rue and Jules grew closer, with Rue getting “Rules” tattooed on her lip. But Jules seemed decidedly uncomfortable with how reliant Rue became on her, especially when people like her dad said that Jules was a good influence on Rue.
The principal discovered Maddy’s bruises and after interviewing a lot of students, realized that Nate was the cause of them. Maddy didn’t want to admit it was Nate, but her mom insisted on pressing charges. Maddy and Nate told each other they loved one another, and then later Nate tells the police that Maddy took a lot of drugs and they had an unhealthy relationship but he “loves her no matter what.”
Throughout the episode, Maddy is defending Nate like mad and even sent him 273 texts that he didn’t answer. We learn that Maddy’s parents have a distant relationship and that’s why Maddy sees Nate’s attention as some form of love.
Cal has another hotel scene where he confessed that living two separate lives isn’t working and his sons have a lot of rage and anger. It scares him because “it’s too late.”
Maddy secretly meets up with Nate at the end of the episode, and Jules looks VERY uncomfortable with Rue. I don’t think their relationship is going to last much longer.
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