Dickinson Stars, EP Discuss Season 2 Finale Massive Emily and Sue Scene (Sure, That One) and observe on What’s Subsequent

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Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Dickinson season two finale on Friday.

Dickinson’s season two finale is titled “You Can’t Put Out Fires”.… And we still feel the heat.

The town church burned down in the finale on Friday, and that wasn’t even the hottest thing we saw in the crucial half hour, as after a period of estrangement, Emily and Sue got back together in an inconsistent, emotionally rough scene. An angry Emily ordered Sue out of her life and when she accused Sue of not having feelings anymore, Sue admitted she was right: “The only time I feel things is when I’m with you.” She tried to tell Emily that she loved her but Emily didn’t want to hear it, called Sue a liar and even pushed her against the door by her neck. But Sue insisted that she never felt anything for Sam: “The only real thing I will ever feel is my love for you.” The two eventually fell into each other, kissed passionately, and later undressed during an intimate dinner for two and took a sensual bath together.

“Play that scene with Hailee [Steinfeld] was one of the best days of my life, “said Ella Hunt, who plays Sue in the Apple TV + Dramedy, to TVLine, adding that series creator Alena Smith” wrote such an extraordinary climax for our relationship. ” But “Love doesn’t end in happy ending,” she warns. “Yes, Emily and Sue have a happy ending at the end of season two, but then they have to grapple with the complexities of being committed to each other.” (First, what about Sue’s husband – and Emily’s brother – Austin?)

In a later scene, Emily and Sue cuddled up after giving birth and Sue swore, “I’ll never let you go again.” In these final scenes, “you see the real Sue coming back,” says Smith, “and when she comes back she won’t leave … She will be committed to Emily for the rest of her life.” The chaos of season 2 was “so intense that Emily almost pushed Sue out of her life forever,” she notes. “And I think if that had happened to Sue, she would have died. I don’t think she could have survived without Emily. I don’t think Sue will ever let Emily go again if she is taken to this brink and then brought back. “(We’ll find out too: Dickinson has already been renewed from Apple TV + for season three.)

Emily also confessed to Sue that she only writes her poetry for Sue, and all she ever wanted was to have Sue’s love. (For once she doesn’t even want to die!) As star Hailee Steinfeld (Emily) puts it: “She is so consumed by this idea of ​​fame and attention that she realizes,“ I was initially satisfied. And in that state, I shared my poems with the one person who loves and loves them and is honest with me. “After her mishap with Sam Bowles, Emily learns to appreciate people who are honest with her. And as soon as she realizes that Sue is just looking for her, it’s really a nice moment when we see them get back together. You really always find yourself, don’t you? “

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