We cut to Keir adorning his young daughter Imi with a metal headdress. Unfortunately, Room 104’s latest episode fails to ascend higher than the mediocre planes it exists in, with weak characterisation and an utterly bizarre storyline. Joseph is ready to fully commit to a sinful life of beer, coffee, and afternoon movies. And all of a sudden the mood in Room 104 makes a lot more sense. Young Sheldon EP Teases 'Unexpected Continuation' of Big Bang Theory Storyline Ahead of Season 4 Premiere, Mom's Allison Janney Opens Up About Anna Faris' Departure, Eve Leaving The Talk After 4 Seasons — Watch Her Emotional…, Connecting Cancelled at NBC, Remaining Episodes to Air on Peacock, Room 104: Mark Duplass Previews Series' Biting, 'Bonkers' Animated Tale, Mark Duplass Breaks Down Room 104 Premiere's 'Tonal Roulette Wheel,' Calls Saying Goodbye 'Bittersweet'. Stars shine bright in the never-ending blackness, as Keir and Amy both begin to float in the gravity-free confines of the room. He doesn’t believe that his fate, whether it’s more time offered by a daffodil or an end offered by the white lily, matters either way. “They weren’t home, but at least they were safe. Minecraft Dungeons review – Mojang’s spritely dungeon crawler strikes a vein, Maneater review – something to get your teeth into, Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1 review – competent and worthwhile, but not much more, Batman: Three Jokers #2 review – as dark (knight) as it gets, Tehran season 1, episode 8 recap – the finale explained. Dave Bautista gives a surprisingly tender performance in “Avalanche”, as Room 104 creatively and ambiguously explores trauma and mental health. ‘Room 104’ Review: ‘The Missionaries’ Brings a Mormon Meet-Cute to Room 104, ‘Room 104’ Season 4 Trailer: Dave Bautista and Jillian Bell Check in for the Final Season of This Wild Anthology Stories, TV Bits: ‘Masters of the Universe’, ‘After Life’, ‘Yellowstone’, ‘Project Blue Book’, ‘Fuller House’, and More, This Week In Trailers: The World Before Your Feet, Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Room 104, HBO’s ‘Room 104’ Season 2 Debuts November 9, Stars Michael Shannon, Mahershala Ali, Judy Greer, and More. All Rights Reserved. The final curtain of the genre-defying anthology focuses on the passing of time — and the passing of the torch — as Keir (soulfully played by Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) prepares for a mysterious Generation Ceremony that symbolizes his existence on… a space ship? We hop over to a middle-aged Keir, who’s attending his mother’s Generation Ceremony. She reminds Keir constantly of an upcoming Generations Ceremony and offers him sleeping pills and platitudes. Posted on Monday, September 11th, 2017 by Kristin Hunt, (Each week, we’ll kick off discussion about Room 104 by answering one simple question: what’s the strangest thing in Room 104?). Sunday, November 1, 2020. It’s a clever and subtle way of examining mental health and the cycle of physical abuse, bolstered by a raw performance from Bautista. “I knew my fate would only lead me to this moment, and I let that disappointment ruin most of my life,” he confesses. It’s more important than you or me or Ryoko and her family, but it’s going to be worth it… I’m sorry you had to find out like this, Keir.”. Long Way Up episode 9 recap – what happened in “Colombia, Panama & Costa Rica”? Room 104 has always been a bit of a mixed bag over the seasons and I can’t remember the last time I watched an anthology quite like this where the quality swings between excellent and mediocre so frequently. “They weren’t home, but at least they were safe. And with that, we bid Keir and Room 104 adieu. The pair set two rules during production: they would not direct any of the episodes and at least half would be directed by women. While playing with his friend, Ryoko, she scans the wall with an egg-shaped piece of metal called “the stone.” A blazing, blue panel opens, before it turns bright red. With people they loved, hopefully.”. Why a motel room?” he asks her. This recap of Room 104 season 4, episode 12, “Generations”, contains spoilers. With the ceremony rapidly approaching, he appears nothing but apprehensive. Doug’s demonstration of the move, which he performs reluctantly and with the warning that it could get both of them in trouble, leaves the young boy in a crumpled heap after being slammed through a table. Jonathon is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has been Senior Editor and Chief Critic of the outlet since 2017. While Joseph is optimistic about converting Sister Halfon, Noah sighs and sulks. A story Joseph shares during their drunken escapades illustrates this problem.