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If you haven't checked out The Society yet on Netflix, then you're missing out on one of the biggest YA dramas in recent history. It is like The 100 mixed with Riverdale in all the best ways with big performances from stars like Kathryn Newton and Toby Wallace. As the kids of New Ham try to figure out why they have been transported to a different version of their town where their parents are missing, one major twist happens at the end of episode three that will make you want to keep watching.
*Spoiler warning for season 1 of The Society*
The end of the third episode includes the shocking death of Cassandra at the hands of a mysterious killer. Allie ends up starting an investigation to figure out who killed her sister after the town goes into high alert after hearing that there is someone out there ready to kill.
Starting in episode five, The Guard starts to rummage through people's houses to confiscate guns and discover that Dewey owns the same one that matches the bullets that killed Cassandra. After a trail, Dewey is sentenced to death and is killed by the Guard and Allie in the woods.
While it seems like this might be a done deal with Cassandra's death, things about the way she died and what happened shortly before her dead that makes it suspicious that Dewey was the one it.
The biggest clue that points a finger away from Dewey is the dog that mysteriously appeared before she was shot. As seen during the season finale, the dog is seen again, this time in the original town of West Ham where the parents are still alive and well, but the kids are thought to be dead.
Meanwhile, Dewey seems surprised that they found the gun in his room, yelling out that they "planted it." However, his original alibi is refuted when Harry reveals that Dewey seemed to confess to the crime.
Dewey seemed to confirm that he did hate Cassandra, but whether that lead him to kill her is another question. Eventually, he is killed for his crimes, much to his shock and those in New Ham.
Still, the dog still comes into question as it seemed to have no owner, until it was adopted by Elle and Cameron before he killed killed it. The dog reappears again in the original West Ham, but shouldn't it be dead? Or is it a different dog or a clone of the original?
This might come back to prove the theory that they are simply in another world or dimension that the bus driver, Pfeiffer, is able to reach at will. Maybe the person who killed Cassandra is really Pfeiffer and she recognized him before she died?
With all the craziness in the show and how it ends, there are definitely a lot more questions than answers, even with this scene which seemed super black and white. Looks like fans will have to wait until season two in order to get more answers and possibly find out the true identity of Cassandra's killer.
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