Undefeated Harvard, which had three games left, including its finale with Yale, did not follow suit. Although Meredith and I did write the finale episode of Season 3. Then comes an Andante with six variations, and the finaleconsisting of a cheerful Rondo. She glanced at him, with an adorable smile as a finaleso confident she had proven her case.
The finale to the first act, in which the leading motives of the overture were introduced, called forth enthusiastic applause. Whitewash, a Finale of sherry as a finaleafter drinking port and claret. As a finale to our excellent programme, the most amusing and entertaining thing of all was yet to be carried out. Words nearby finale finablefinaglefinalfinal causefinal cutfinaleFinal Fourfinal hostfinalismfinalistfinality.
Helen face-off, as the competing parties fought for survival by season's end. There's no longer a middle-man or, in this case, middle-woman between them.
They are now dealing directly with the top man of the cartel. They are deeper in the shit than ever before. A major question about this season's ending, though, is why, exactly, Navarro had Helen killed. Despite her attempts to make Finale seem like they were all moving past everything, Helen was still setting the Byrde family up to take the fall.
She was manufacturing a confession of Marty against Omar which was in the FBI's hands and was also fast-tracking her own casino licenses; she was trying to take over the Byrdes' businesses. We saw her talking this plan over with Omar, and perhaps he has a source inside the FBI and saw all of her duplicitous acts. That could have inspired his attempt to start over fresh with the Byrdes. Remember, as Finale as he yelled at Wendy for constantly calling him throughout the season, they did develop a relationship.
When she had her mentally-ill brother Ben Davis —a season 3 newcomer played by Tom Pelphrey —killed in an attempt to clean up yet another mess and prove her loyalty, that may have actually proven something to Omar, who also just saw his own family killed by the rival cartel during the violent baptism scene.
Season 3 of Ozark continued the evolution and immersion of Jonah Skylar Gaertner and Charlotte Sofia Hublitz into the criminal world that the family exists in. Jonah, in particular, went through a further transformation; after losing the old man, Buddy, in the last season, who had become his best friend, he grew close to Wendy's brother, Ben, and lost him in season 3. This culminated in something we'd seen building through the show's three seasons: he broke into Helen's house and threatened her with a big gun.
We saw him buy this gun through Tuck back in season 1, and we saw his sharpshooting on display earlier in the season, Finale, when he shot three beer bottles before the cops arrived. He didn't end up shooting Helen, but we fully felt the rage and anger that he was able to. The season 3 finaleproved that Jonah is further down the rabbit hole than anyone ever could have expected. There's also the matter of Jonah shooting out at someone from his living room, blasting a hole directly through the window.
We don't know if he shot at any person in particular—but most likely this scene just stands to prove that Jonah is incredibly on edge. He's only a teenager, but he's already feeling the pressure that people are coming for him and his family at any given moment.
He just held up the cartel's lawyer, for pete's sake—his home's window is only early collateral damage. While Charlotte wasn't as involved directly in any violence as Jonah was, she also continued her immersion into the business, working directly with Wendy and Helen in the family's office for the entirety of the season; she was also tasked with what eventually proved to be a fruitless endeavor of shielding Helen's daughter from the realities of what their parents do: working for the Navarro cartel.
By the end of season 3, Charlotte was so versed in the family's business—and laundering money—that Wendy entirely trusted her to get the job done when they were flying to Mexico for who knows how long. When the Finale returns for season 4, we might see Charlotte ever further advanced in criminal enterprising.
Perhaps the weirdest part of Ozark 's third season—seriously—was the intertwining of the Snell and Langmore families. After Darlene Lisa Emery killed her husband in season 2, she was alone for the start of Finale 3, but before long linked up with Wyatt Langmore Charlie Tahanwho was refusing the money from Ruth Julia Garner to attend college and squatting in a big neighborhood house.
Eventually, he found Darlene and began working on her farm, and before long entered into a romantic relationship with her. This was obviously disturbing, and while he's not underage, she's still old enough to be his grandmother. It was an obvious case of Darlene taking advantage of Wyatt's youth and naivety, and seeing a character that we know from previous seasons as smart and kind fall down this hole was painful.
In the finale, though, we see Ruth break with the Byrde family and eventually find her way to Darlene's farm. Darlene, putting a big emphasis on the local-born aspect of things, seems to have convinced Ruth to join her re-planted farm after shooting Frank Cosgrove Jr. She is building a fairly powerful coalition entering Season 4, and it's frightening to know what could happen with that unpredictable woman having power behind her.
While she was ostensibly there to regulate the new casino business, eventually their relationship became a tug back and forth—Maya trying to get Marty to serve 18 months for an unrelated crime and help the FBI, and Marty trying to turn Maya to help him and his cartel business. It was a new and welcomed dynamic to see a more even-handed back-and-forth after the sociopathic style of Agent Petty in the show's first two seasons.
With Navarro killing Helen in the season 3 finale, there's an idea that Agent Evans—or someone else—could be tipping Navarro off on the inner happenings at the FBI. How else would he know about Helen's duplicitous plotting? Or maybe he didn't and was just tired of the messiness.
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