Episode 7 is a roller coaster ride of weirdness. Nick kidnaps his ex-wife, who is pregnant. We don't know who impregnated her yet, it is kinda hard to tell in the middle of a latex orgy.
Orcus and Sonny want her back since she is instrumental to both of their Easter plans. Although, their plans differ just a bit from each other.
Hailey is upset that her parents are keeping things from her. That is the final straw that breaks her and she runs to Smoothie as she views him as the only one being truthful to her.
Meanwhile, Happy is being taught the facts of life by Bo Peep. Happy is kinda clingy afterwards and Bo Peep takes off.
Can't wait to see how the Wishees tie in to all of this weirdness. They have already established a connection between them and Orcus throughout history. They have obviously been grooming Sonny Shine to be the sacrificial lamb for him for quite some time. Really interested to see how they bring this season to a close.
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