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What happened on the last episode of The Gilded Age?

What happened on the last episode of The Gilded Age?

The final episode of The Gilded Age season 1 answers most of the questions the audience has wondered about while teasing a little bit of what’s to come in season 2. The war between the old guard and the nouveau riche isn’t over yet but Bertha has won a decisive victory over Mrs. Astor.

What did the taxi driver say in Reacher?

So what was said? According to Reddit, the driver was asked to return to the airport for a pickup, and he said he would as soon as the current customer was finished. “You should see this guy, he’s like a beast, takes up the entire rear seat!” To which Reacher replies in Farsi, “No, you can’t go back to the airport.

Why did Reacher bury the medal?

Before leaving Margrave at the end of Reacher season 1, Reacher visits the site where Joe was murdered by KJ and buries the medal that their grandfather received for bravery in the face of danger.

Who bumps into Reacher in the diner?

The man is Lee Child; it’s a fun moment to see the fictional Reacher come face to face with his creator. The Lee Child cameo in Amazon’s Reacher season 1 is exceedingly brief and not telegraphed in the same way as, for example, the Stan Lee MCU cameos.

What happened to Peggy’s baby Gilded Age?

As the season goes on, the truth is revealed: Peggy was once married, and when she nearly died (and her child did die) in childbirth, her father forced her husband to annul the marriage. In the finale, she learns an even more terrible truth: her son survived, and her father deliberately hid it from her.

Who does Marion marry in The Gilded Age?

Tom Raikes
In episode 9 titled “Let The Tournament Begin,” Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson) forges ahead with plans to secretly marry Tom Raikes (Thomas Cocquerel) with the help of Peggy Scott (Denée Benton), Sylvia Chamberlain (Jeanne Tripplehorn), and her aunt Ada Brook (Cynthia Nixon) who figured out what she was doing and while …

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