DISCOVER THE SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION OF THE BOYS’ END OF EPISODE 6 OF SEASON 3! SPOILERS!
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Soldier Boy’s explosive reappearance shocks the remaining members of the Seven. Homelander, tired of the classic hero, decides to get rid of him before he causes a public relations disaster, and the usually tenacious Black Noir flees as soon as he learns of his former teammate’s return.
Meanwhile, the Deep is responding to the carnage by singing John Lennon’s classic “Imagine” on social media, a playful nod to Gal Gadot’s viral 2020 moment. And then things get strange… Read on to learn everything there is to know about Season 3 Episode 7.
From the beginning of “Herogasm,” it’s clear that nearly all of the main characters are heading in the same direction, as well as the episode will culminate in an epic collision.
Strange and slippery things are happening within the walls of a very strange house as various representatives of The Boys as well as the Seven make their way there.
The characters have been through much more than they bargained for by the end of Season 3 Episode 6, and the status quo has changed in several significant ways. Let’s look after The Boys Season 3 Episode 6!
EXPLAINED: THE BOYS SEASON 3 EPISODE 6 ENDING
The Boys Season 3 Episode 6 reveals Annie’s publication of a video exposing Vought, Soldier Boy, and Homelander for the villains that they are.
She resigns as Starlight and informs the world that the heroes they’ve idolized for so long don’t care about them. She’s had it with deception and politics.
Annie’s speech also comes at a time when Homelander appears to be losing control, if not completely. He has no support from Black Noir, no protection from Stan Edgar, and no team to fight alongside him.
The fight with the Soldier Boys reveals his flaws. When Annie threatened to report him, he told her how he planned to destroy the world. He may now be forced to put his plans into action.
Annie’s actions are also unfavorable to Vought. Already, the company is struggling to maintain its image.
Starlight was their most popular Supe, and with his departure, Vought’s image will deteriorate.
Soldier Boy is another person with whom Annie disagrees. He was America’s favorite, and it was taken from him before he could even return to his previous life.
He may not appreciate being labeled a villain, and because Annie is (or was) Hughie’s girlfriend, his actions may jeopardize the Supe’s alliance with the Boys.
Overall, the next installment has a lot of crisis management on its agenda, and at least a few things will need to be addressed before something even more sinister occurs at the end of the season.