The Boys Season 3: 12 Thing You Missed In Episode 7


So Season 3 Episode 7 of The Boys dropped bombshell after bombshell, from the true side effects of Compound V, Black Noir’s backstory to Homelander’s shocking lineage – this episode had it all! This penultimate episode set up a potentially awesome finale and we know we cannot wait to see what the show has in store with us, as we can guess it will be both crazy and disgusting in pretty much equal measure. But while we wait, we thought we would take a look at this episode and go over all of the small details, hidden references and easter eggs that you all might have missed.

That includes everything that was written on the test papers in the Vought laboratory (and why it potentially spells doom for one character), the symbolism of Noir’s backstory and the animated characters we see on screen, Homelander’s real life parents in the comics (and how his Father revelation is sensationally different), things you didn’t know about the Payback team, who Mindstorm is based on in the comics, Butcher’s tragic backstory, movies references involving Taxi Driver, First Blood and Beverly Hills Cop, the meanings behind some of Soldier Boy’s archaic jokes, some nit picky continuity errors, some background details and another installment of MM’s Shirts! This is everything you might have missed in Season 3 Episode 7 of The Boys!

What did you make of this episode? Looking forward to the finale? Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments below and make sure to subscribe to the channel today for all this and more!



0:00 Intro
0:22 Temporary V
2:13 Homelander/Soldier Boy
3:06 Black Sheep
4:34 Mindstorm
5:26 Payback
6:02 Butcher’s Backstory
7:02 First Blood
7:24 Howard Hughes
8:28 Beverly Hills Cop
9:18 Taxi Driver
9:46 VASA
10:12 Confession Trope
10:33 Huey Newton
10:52 If You Wanna Be Happy
11:11 What is MM wearing?

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Written by: Aiden M
Narrated by: John Aljets @BenderWaffles
Edited by: Ben Bromley

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