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The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained

Cassie (Kaley Cuoco) discovers in the penultimate episode of the second season of ‘The Flight Attendant,’ titled ‘No Exit,’ that she may be the final target of the strange lady purporting to be her. She and her friends determine the location of the last slide in the View-Master. Annie and Max are reunited with their rings, but Cassie receives strange messages from Davey. Elsewhere, forced to the corner, a desperate Megan fights back. Here’s all you need to know about the episode 7 finale of ‘The Flight Attendant.’ SPOILERS FOLLOW.

Recap of The Flight Attendant Episode 7

Cassie is in a car with Shane when the episode begins. Shane does not immediately forgive Cassie for informing his partner that he is a CIA operative, but he accepts her apologies. They go to the boat, whose registration number is in the View-Master, and uncover three bodies, one of which is Agent Jones. The other two victims, a man and a woman, were almost certainly CIA agents who collaborated with Ben. Cassie and Shane eventually return to Cassie’s house, where Cassie reveals to Max and Annie that Shane is CIA, much to the chagrin of the latter.

Shane informs Cassie that the doppelganger must murder Cassie in order to successfully place the murders on her. Given that every slide in the View-Master depicts the scene of a crime, the final one depicts the spot where the doppelganger intends to murder Cassie. Max deduces that the slide is a photograph of one of the Santa Monica Pier’s rides.

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Cassie and her companions discover the bloody blade left at her house by the doppelganger after slaying two CIA officers in Echo Park. Cassie is understandably afraid. She is returned to the Mind Palace, where she is greeted by the inner version who told her to commit suicide. “Cassie” continues to provoke her. In the real world, Cassie chooses to confront the murderer at Santa Monica Pier.

Meanwhile, Megan is caught off guard by a North Korean agent. Megan, on the other hand, turns the tables on him and appears to murder him with a car wrench. She phones Cassie and requests that she set up a meeting with Shane. A police officer queries Megan about parking in the wrong area as she drives near the airport to go to California. Megan isn’t carrying any paperwork. In addition, if the officer investigates the vehicle, she will discover the North Korean spy in the trunk. Megan persuades the officer to let her leave after learning that she is a mother.

Who Is Pretending to Be Cassie in The Flight Attendant Episode 7? Who Is the Duplicate?

The identity of the person posing as Cassie and killing people is ultimately revealed in the penultimate episode. Grace St. James (Mae Martin) is the first person Cassie suspects. Cassie spots who she believes to be the lookalike at the Santa Monica Pier and begins following her. She later encounters Ben. Cassie rushes to one of the rides, convinced that he is the mastermind behind her set-up. She is taken back to the Mind Palace, where the adolescent “Cassie” escorts her to her “mother,” who assures her that she is loved.

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Grace emerges in the real world just as Cassie is about to exit the ride. Cassie and Grace are able to re-enter the ride. She also makes sure that everyone knows she’s up there, utterly unraveling Grace’s intentions. Cassie tries to argue with Grace on the ride, but it immediately becomes clear that the other lady believes she no longer has a choice. Grace shoots herself in the head with her gun. Cassie has blood on her face when their gondola reaches the ground.

Grace was working for whom?

This episode seemed to imply that Grace worked for Dot. Cassie informs Dot of her whereabouts, and Grace appears not long after. However, it could be a classic case of distraction on the part of the writers in order to conceal the identity of the true mastermind. As this episode demonstrates, it isn’t Ben. He is not only stabbed, but Grace is taken aback when Cassie accuses her of working for Ben. Jenny is now one of the possible suspects. Her involvement with Cassie appears to be strange from the start. She even befriends Davey and persuades him to communicate with her. Lionfish, the enigmatic corporation from Season 1, could be behind all of this. While they did not appear in season 2, they had the resources and motivation to pursue Cassie.

 

The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained
The Flight Attendant Episode 7 Ending Explained

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