Shadowhunters Season 2: Episode 15, Sebastian unveils his true face, our critic!
While Shadowhunters’ Season 2 Episode 15 was aired last night on Freeform, a review of the “A Problem of Memory”!
The end of Climon! Yes, the meltynauts, if you still had the naive hope that the couple formed by Clary and Simon would find an ideal solution to start from scratch, this new episode definitely sealed their break. If our heroine should not run into Jace’s arms in the coming episodes, it is clear that this will not be long and we are already afraid for the little heart of Simon. While Melty’s editor suggested you discover Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) on the set of Shadowhunters episode 16 of Season 2, let’s get back to the highlights of “A Problem of Memory” released last night On Freeform. And the least we can say is that Kat McNamara and Alberto Rosende gave us a magnificent performance where the emotion, the vulnerability and the desperation succeeded in an almost perfect game. It must be said that the investigation surrounding the murder of Heidi added a terrible dimension to this separation so difficult for Clary or for Simon.
Obviously, we did not believe for a second that Simon could be responsible for the death of the pretty terrestrial but this quest for truth was very interesting even pushing his closest allies to ask questions about his innocence. Special mention to the scene between Luke and Simon, where the former confessed to the second that he regarded him as his son. The disappointed best friend should need a lot of support in the aftermath as this break was the effect of a stabbing. But faithful to himself, Simon intends to remain Clary’s friend. But can he bear his inevitable rapprochement with Jace? Meanwhile, Sebastian finally unveiled! With the arrival of his cousin, he seemed downright nervous plunging us in uncertainty as to his true identity. And we were right because he actually stole the body of the real Sebastian in order to deceive his world. And under his air of gentile hides a terrible murderer without scruple. The real Sebastian has paid the price.
The end of the episode opened a fine path so that the writers can finally tell us more about Sebastian and his story. We are eager to know what he expects of his father and the reasons that led him to get closer to Isabelle and the Institute. In any case, the end of the season looks very eventful with him in the vicinity. We already imagine a duo father / son ready to do anything to undo. Meanwhile, Magnus is still experiencing a difficult time since he was tortured while locked in Valentin’s body. Very weak since he had to relive the death of his mother and his first murder, he refuses, nevertheless, to confide in Alec. But thanks to all his love and listening, Alec manages to comfort his lover and show him that he can count on him no matter what trials he goes through. As always, the Malec couple touches us right in the heart. One thing is certain, we now look forward to discovering the continuation. Meanwhile, vote every day for the World Series Cup.