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‘Big Sky’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap, ‘You Have to Play Along’ — An Escape Gone Wrong Again

In the Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3 recap, viewers might notice a scene that’s very similar to Rick Legarski (John Carroll Lynch) and Ronald Pergman’s (Brian Geraghty) predicament in season 1. However, newcomers Ren (Janina Gavinkar) and Donno (Ryan O’Nan) are the villains this time. By the end of the episode, Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury) and Jerrie Kennedy (Jesse James Keitel) seem very close to finding Tonya (Jamie-Lynn Sigler). Still, viewers know that another twist is coming.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3 ‘You Have to Play Along.’]

When Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3 opens, Ren and Donno hold Tonya captive at the construction site of Helena Grove Estates. When Tonya insists she needs a bathroom break, she stabs Donno with a stick and runs away. She snags her outfit on something as she’s running. (We know the cloth might come into play later). She arrives at the Sad Clown Cafe and calls Cassie. However, Donno follows her and kills the owner. When Cassie, Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick), and Jerrie arrive, they find the dead owner but no sign of Tonya.

The Big Sky recap sounds very similar to season 1 episode 3, when Grace Sullivan (Jade Pettyjohn) escaped. In the first season, Rick Legarski shot and killed the fisherman that Grace went to for help. He also wounded Grace, whereas, this time, Tonya hurt Donno. Nonetheless, Donno recaptured Tonya similarly to how Rick recaptured Grace. An innocent bystander died in the fray both times.

Meanwhile, in season 2, since Tonya told Ren that she had hired a private investigator, Ren tracked Cassie. While she’s watching the office, a man named Jag (Vinny Chhibber) calls her. Jag is Ren’s brother and comes to town in an upcoming Big Sky episode to restore his family’s power. 

Later, Sheriff Tubb (Patrick Gallagher) tells Cassie and Jenny to talk to a cop working undercover before going any further with the case on Big Sam (Eric Weiss). Again, viewers aren’t surprised when the officer the women have to clear things with is Jenny’s new romantic partner — Travis (Logan Marshall-Green). He insists that Sam was wrapped up in dealings with a cartel, and they sent a cleaner. Travis confronted an informant for information about Deitrich (David Meunier) but didn’t get very far. Later in Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3, Jenny and Travis make out in his truck, and the camera zooms out so viewers can see the view from outside the glass. It’s evident that someone saw the encounter, but who was watching?

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Later, Bridger (Jeremy Ray Taylor) used his $2,000 in drug money to purchase a police scanner. When he ends up at the scene of the dead bodies, Ren talks to Bridger about dead people. Meanwhile, Max (Madelyn Kientz) catches T-Lock (Arturo Del Puerto) searching her room for drugs. So, she informs Harper (Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson) that they need to move the bags out of the shed. Max also meets Dylan (Timothy Oakes), who plans to help the girls sell the drugs.

Back on the ranch, Wolfgang Legarski (also played by John Carroll Lynch) insists that Ronald Pergman shows no improvement or growth. His wife, Agatha (Romy Rosemont), insists that Wolfgang befriend the serial killer instead. They discuss trying new angles before “putting an animal down.” Agatha and Wolf bring Ronald and Scarlet together for a family dinner. However, Ronald insists he would rather eat cereal over beets from the garden because it’s his comfort food.

Scarlet tries to tell Ronald they are in the safest place possible. However, he insists on attempting to escape. She begs him to let Wolf and Agatha help the couple, but Ronald refuses. When Wolf catches Ronald trying to escape, he knocks the serial killer out with his stick, insisting Ronald needs a nap.

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Later in Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3, Deputy Poppernak (J. Anthony Pena) brings Cassie and Jenny to the body of Big Sam and Daniel “Ringo” D’Carpio (Alexander Alayon Jr). Deputy Harvey (Michael Malarkey) offers his assistance to Cassie and Jenny after Ren insists he finds out what they know. Jenny questions the deputy about his odd arrival at the crash scene, but he denies his involvement in moving the bodies.  

When the officers arrive at the scene of the two dead men, Sheriff Tubb insists that Jenny stay and process the evidence. Instead, Cassie and Jerrie head to the construction site without her. Donno insists that Ren take care of them or he’ll kill someone. Will Cassie and Jerrie get hurt or captured? Or will the pair get so close to Tonya only to be thrown off the trail by sweet-talking Ren?

Later, Deputy Harvey asks Madge Crowder (Melissa Chambers) about Bridger’s information, and she hands it over. What will the deputy do to Bridger? Plus, when Harper finally moves the drugs and money, Creary (Ryan De Quintal) sees her with the bags. The villains close in on the four teens. 

It’s also important to note in this recap of Big Sky Season 2 Episode 3 that viewers get a few more details about Wolf Legarski. Receptionist Denise (Dedee Pfeiffer) gives Jerrie Wolf’s book, Good Dog Bad Dog. They find out that Wolf is a guru dog trainer. 

According to IMDbBig Sky Season 2 airs on Thursdays at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.



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