THE BOYS Season 3 Episode 7 Breakdown & Ending Explained | Review, Easter Eggs, Theories And More

THE BOYS Season 3 Episode 7 Breakdown & Ending Explained | Review, Easter Eggs, Theories And More. We review, recap and explain the seventh episode of The Boys Season 3 on Amazon Prime Video. The Boys Trailer gave us a taste but Season 3 has a lot more including the rivalry between Homelander, Hughie, Soldier Boy, Payback, Billy Butcher and more. We also discuss how the episode teases the ending of the comics.

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Welcome to the Heavy Spoilers show, I’m your host Paul aka the guy who’s accent is worse than both Billy and Lennys in this episode and this video we’re breaking down the Boys Season 3 episode 7.

This episode is filled with easter eggs, a big backstory segment for billy butcher and a lot of things just like that which pull from the comics.

So sit back, shutup and get ready for a Vought News Network special report where we go through it all.

After last weeks livestream exposing Vought, Homelander and Soldier Boy we pick up with a news report by VNN. This comes across like a propaganda edit from the start and it has the stars and stripes burning, suggesting that Starlight wants to destroy America. However this also has it’s own symbolism as Homelander’s cape is of course based on the stars and stripes.

Ashley denies the claims that Maeve is still missing and in this episode actually clears up that she’s in a secure cell located at an undisclosed location owned by Vought. We can confirm this due to the SWAT Team members who wear Voughts logo on their shoulder pads. Due to what Homelander says about getting used to it this is likely where he was raised and the white corridors look very similar to the videos that we’ve seen of him as a kid.

These would be built to be supe resistant and in the comics we discovered that there was actually a nuke pointed at the entire facility on the off chance that one of them wouldn’t play ball and they had to destroy the entire thing.

Homelander was raised here without a mother or father and this explained a lot of his psychological issues. In the comics we discovered that he was cloned from Stormfront but I had a feeling that they might have changed it up with the pair getting it on in the second season.

Last week in theory time we discussed how Homelander could’ve been cloned from Soldier Boy but in this episode we learn that he’s actually his biological son. The series has been heavily laced with the idea of fatherly relationships and this has been a motif for characters like Hughie and his dad, Mothers Milk and Janine, Stan Edgar and Victoria, Billy and his father and so on and so forth.

In episode 6 Soldier Boy even talked about how he’d wanted to have kids with Crimson Countess.

This line almost gets played beat for beat in this episode when Homelander is talking to Maeve. Lots of similarities going on here as they both want kids but there’s a really f**ked up side to it too. Soldier Boy didn’t really consent to having a son and Homelander also tells Maeve that her eggs will be harvested so she won’t have a choice either.

He says one of the coldest lines in the season in ‘i’m not letting you live, I’m keeping you alive.’

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