Jessica Jones Season 1 Episode 10 “AKA 1,000 Cuts” Review
AKA 1,000 Cuts is a fast paced quick discoveries and a constant battle between what characters should or shouldn’t do.
AKA Sin Bin so Killgrave escape from the custody that he had found him with Trish having to whether some of the blame for that as she shot the glass out that was protecting everyone that wasn’t in the cell with Killgrave. However, this wasn’t the real thing to focus on, because up until now the storyline between Jeri, Pam and Wendy has been something if not a little odd. It was a storyline that ok filled out the episodes but as a viewer other than seeing Jeri in less control than she seemed to be it didn’t seem to have a bearing on what was really happening. Until now because Jeri breaks Killgrave out in order to make sure that she can get her divorce papers signed. Which now for the story standpoint makes huge sense because up until this point no one else now has the motive to help Killgrave get out of his predicament.
The big discovery however from AKA Sin Bin was that Jessica was immune to Killgrave’s powers and that his powers were actually a virus. This was huge because now people are getting a better understanding how they could potentially stop him for good. Jessica’s blood was the care although it did force Jeri to admit that she had taken the fetus from Hope and that she wasn’t able to get anything from it to try and get Killgrave’s powers.
There were some innocent casualties in this episode that has really changed the game and will be very interesting to see how it unfolds because the actions of some people could seriously change the outcome and what happens next is anyone’s guess. I noted change is, however, Simpson, as been seen throughout the season so far Simpson’s obsession with not just catching Killgrave but killing him could he have stepped too over the line in order to be still considered a good guy?
AKA 1,000 Cuts is an episode when it was feeling like there was light at the end of the tunnel as far as the season was concerned this episode has taken it into deeper and darker places. This episode just brought together the rough brutality that was needed while still adding the ever increasing depth to the characters involved.