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Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained

With the second episode, titled ‘limonada,’ ‘Barry’ season 3 continues to explore the titular hitman turned actor’s story in new and exciting directions. In the episode, Barry tries to satisfy his search for forgiveness by doing something kind for his acting teacher, Gene Cousineau. However, once Plan A fails, Barry is compelled to follow an alternative path.

Meanwhile, Cousineau makes an attempt to flee the hazardous hitman. In the end, the dynamic between Barry and Cousineau is irrevocably altered, and if you want to learn more about it, here is everything you need to know about the season 3 episode 2 ending of ‘Barry’! WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

Recap of Barry Season 3 Episode 2

The second episode of season three begins with Barry (Bill Hader) keeping Cousineau (Henry Winkler) prisoner. As Barry drives about the city, hoping to carry out his magnificent plan for forgiveness, he keeps Cousineau locked inside his car trunk, despite the wishes of the acting coach. While Cousineau begs Barry to let him go, Barry insists on carrying out his plan. Meanwhile, Sally (Sarah Goldberg) is filming the next episode of her Netflix series. Barry storms onto the set of the show and insists that she cast Cousineau in it.

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Barry claims that obtaining Cousineau a job will help him cope with the death of his girlfriend Janice Moss. Sally, on the other hand, refuses to cast Cousineau, citing his attitude and a shortage of jobs suitable for the senior acting teacher. After Sally rejects Barry’s plan, he explodes in front of the entire crew. Following Barry’s departure, Sally’s coworkers examine the incident and conclude that she is in an abusive relationship.

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Cousineau begs Barry to let him go after his scheme fails, but Barry decides to try again to obtain Cousineau a role. Meanwhile, Cristobal is surprised by Fernando, the head of his Bolivian crime family. Fernando expresses gratitude to Cristobal for establishing the Bolivian gang’s foothold in Los Angeles and plans to eliminate the Chechen mafia. As a result, Cristobal ends his relationship with Hank and informs him about Fernando’s plot.

Barry approaches a casting agent and requests an audition for Cousineau. However, the casting agent offers him an auction for a role on a popular television show. Barry coerces Cousineau into assisting him in his audition for the role, and he wins it. He also begs the casting director to give Cousineau a part as an extra.

Ending of Barry Season 3 Episode 2: Does Barry Find Cousineau?

At the end of the episode, Barry is cast in a popular show and manages to obtain a tiny role for Cousineau. An elated Barry calls Sally and tells her about his current gig. Meanwhile, he expresses relief that he has finally been able to help Cousineau. Barry feels wonderful after the act, and a weight is lifted off his shoulders.

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Image Credit: Merrick Morton/HBO

When Barry goes to his car, however, he discovers that Cousineau has escaped from the trunk. While Barry hunts for Cousineau, the acting teacher seeks assistance. He persuades a woman to phone a taxi for him. However, as the cab approaches, Barry’s automobile pulls up alongside the road. The two cars collide, and Cousineau takes advantage of the opportunity to depart the scene. Cousineau returns to his home to see his son, Leo. He is, however, taken aback to see that Barry has also arrived on the scene.

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The episode’s conclusion confirms that Cousineau had no intention of forgiving Barry and was merely trying to preserve his life. He intends to inform the authorities about the hitman’s crimes. Barry, on the other hand, attempts to subdue Cousineau. He delivers a speech to Cousineau about how the acting coach helped him reconnect with his human side. Barry uses the same statement to persuade the casting director earlier in the episode. Cousineau, on the other hand, is unimpressed by Barry’s admission, unlike the casting director. Nonetheless, Barry threatens Cousineau’s son and grandson with danger if he contacts the authorities.

The episode concludes with Barry telling Cousineau that he loves him and forcing him to respond. As the credits roll, a terrified Cousineau utters the words. The episode’s conclusion implies that Barry’s emotional and moral compass has been entirely jumbled. Barry is causing psychological harm to the people he claims to love in his drive to prove that he is a nice person. Furthermore, he is becoming manipulative and is unconcerned with the emotions of others.

TV Status: Returning Series

Duration: 30 min

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Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained
Barry Season 3 Episode 2 Ending Explained

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