In the 11th episode of “The Stranger,” Carl E doesn’t realize that not breaking Clare, he’s strengthening her to ultimately take him down.
For the last nine episodes of Quibi’s The Stranger, I’ve been left wondering a very simple, but important question: “Why?” And I finally got the answer to that question in the 10th episode.
Honestly, I don’t know what to believe after this ninth hour. And I’m pretty sure that’s the point. With just four episodes left, we’ll get answers soon enough.
In seven episodes, Quibi’s The Stranger has freaked me out a great deal. Every. Single. Time. And yet, I wasn’t as freaked out as I was until the start of this eighth hour, which consisted of a dark tunnel and…
Remember when I mentioned that I wasn’t terrified for the first time watching Quibi’s The Stranger? Yeah, well, that feeling lasted a single episode as the seventh hour left me with chills running down my spine.
For perhaps the first time since watching Quibi’s The Stranger, I left this hour feeling not absolutely terrified. Rather, I felt empowered. Hopeful that maybe — just maybe — Clare will be able to come out of this alive.
The one thing I’ve grown more aware of since watching Quibi’s The Stranger is that we’re being watched. All of those cameras — on our laptops, our phones, security cameras — in the wrong hands can be dangerous as hell.
After watching Quibi’s The Stranger — the fourth hour –I’m convinced that I never want to leave my house alone ever again. Especially at night.
You’re right to be paranoid. That’s what we learned from The Stranger’s third episode, where the cat-and-mouse game is just getting started.