Wynonna Earp S2. E6: Cat’s Out of the Bag

Previously on “Wynonna Earp,” WYNONNA EARP IS PREGNANT WITH BABY EARP (no pressure, but if she doesn’t kill all the Revenants before she dies that baby Earp is going to get hell of an inheritance), there is a competing fraternal order of meatheads in Purgatory who wear silly leather bird masks and also fight demons but don’t actually help when needed, Waverly is no longer possessed by a Sexy Demon named Mictian, and the black fog ghosts have decided that nerdboy and general creeper Tucker Gardiner is their lord and master.

Episode six, which is a good recovery from the less than stellar episode five, is basically the answer to a single question: how will everyone react to finding out Wynonna is pregnant? How will Wynonna herself react? Answers inside.


We start with that boss guy from Black Badge who killed Tamsin/Eliza in the first episode of the season drawing down on Dolls in an abandoned alley and snarking about it being a pitiful way for a former elite operative to die. He promptly discovers that Dolls isn’t alone, however; he’s accompanied by his partner in bromance, Doc Holiday, and now it’s two Scooby guns against his.

Maturely deciding a public massacre is unnecessary, the three men lower their guns and have a bit of a chat: the Black Badge boss informs them that Black Badge has closed its Ghost River Triangle office (and Black Badge entirely?), meaning that the Scoobies are now on their own and the signed in blood contract is no more. The “Powers That Be,” it seems, don’t want to spend money on a war they assess they’re going to lose. Dolls is shocked. “Government agencies don’t just vanish!”

He protests. Black Badge isn’t a government agency though. Never was, the now-former Black Badge boss replies (*cue spooky mystery conspiracy theories*). Apparently the boss man didn’t really intend to kill Dolls, however, because he gives Dolls a file containing a photo of the black fog ghost, which I feel like he didn’t just happen to have in his coat by coincidence. Now that Black Badge is out of the game, it falls to the Scoobies to be Purgatory’s protectors (apparently he hasn’t heard of The Order, who needs to do better public relations work).

WYNONNA EARP -- "Whiskey Lullaby" Episode 206 -- Pictured: (l-r) Varun Saranga as Jeremy Chetri, Shamier Anderson as Agent Dolls, Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday -- (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Syfy/Wynonna Earp Season 2)
WYNONNA EARP —  (Photo by: Michelle Faye/Syfy/Wynonna Earp Season 2)

I was going to kill you, but instead, here’s a portfolio of information that I happened to have with me.

Speaking of the black fog ghosts, one of the two is in a church looking for something. She asks the pastor where “it” is but accidentally kills him before he can respond. Deciding it’s not a total waste, the ghost thing starts eating him. A girl’s gotta eat, after all.