For Marvel's Jessica Jones the five stages of mourning resemble whiskey, whiskey, whiskey, and whiskey. (There is certainly anger and denial – but acceptance is still far off.)
The Netflix drama completed its third and final season on Friday, ending the stalker's partnership with Marvel TV. And at the beginning of the third season, Jessica tries to process her own loss: the recent death of her mother, Alisa Jones, by ex-BFF Trish Walker.
Before Alisa was shot in the second final She had tried to convince Jessica that it was just about doing something and doing something about it. Therefore, she is trying to do a good deed when we see Jessica for the first time in the season three premiere: the search for a young girl brought by her father from the country that recently lost custody of her. Jessica has successfully tracked down the man and his daughter in Mexico, but he is not prepared to bring the girl back to her mother ̵
Suffice it to say that being a hero is not going to be as good as it is for our own Girl. And she also has other problems: she has hired a new secretary at Alias Investigations, which she apparently despises, and Jeri Hogarth (whose ALS symptoms begin to get worse) practically asks Jessica to put her to sleep with pills as soon as the disease finally comes Out of Control
But the problem that consumes most of Jessica's time in the premiere is Trish's sudden disappearance. Trish's mother Dorothy turns up at Alias Investigations and asks Jessica to find Trish after missing her for 24 hours. Jessica refuses relentlessly – and it does not help that Dorothy believes Trish has "nothing to do with the death of Jessica's mother."
As you might expect, Trish's whereabouts seem to burden Jessica, and she later agrees to help Dorothy find her. Shortly after the investigation, Jessica discovers an apartment in which Trish apparently spied on someone. "But what is she looking for? And who is she watching? ", Asks Jessica. Later that night, she receives her answer: She watches from the window as Trish follows a man in his apartment building across the street, dressed like a burglar. As soon as Trish enters the block of the guy, she triggers the security alarm and the man comes to the kitchen to find Trish, who is preparing to steal something from him. He opens a closet nearby and pulls out a gun – and just before he can shoot Trish with it, Jessica falls through his window and protects Trish from the bullets, until the man finally leaves. (During the fight, Jessica discovers that Trish has powers, which is a very unpleasant surprise.)
However, Trish is not too grateful for Jessica's help. When the man escaped from his apartment after firing a few shots, he also took a sculpture out of his closet that would have linked him to an attack if Trish had managed to get hold of them. But thanks to Jessica's intervention, both the man and the sculpture have disappeared – and Trish says she wanted to sound the alarm in the apartment so he can reach for his weapon and open the cabinet containing the sculpture was saved. "I do not need you to be a hero." Nobody does, "Trish informs Jessica," I took care of it. "
Later, Jessica goes to a bar and drinks her Trish troubles While she's there, she gets along with a guy named Eric and they soon return to Jessica's apartment to have dinner and um, Dessert But just as it gets hot and heavy, Knock knocks It just answers because it could be Vido, the son of Jessica's neighbor and Oscar, second season's flame. (Speaking of what happened to Oscar?) I know he's in the manifesto ]but I thought they were real!)
When Jessica opens the door, it's not Vido who opens the door, she greets her: It's a masked man who stabbed Jessica in the stomach and then out of the house Runs before she can defend herself Jessica falls to the ground and bleeds pretty hard when her neighbor / alienated friend Malcolm calls the police.
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