#Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3

How to watch Euphoria season 2 episode 3 online right now

It’s time to watch Euphoria season 2 episode 3 online on HBO Max and relish another chance to see Euphoria High (at least that’s what we‘re calling it) as Rue sees it. And while we have a little idea of what she will share, last week proved how we truly have no idea of what we're going to get.
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Tracking the Songs in Euphoria Season 2

The night Euphoria season 2 premiered on HBO, music supervisor Jen Malone felt seen. Because as viewers were reacting to plot twists, conflicts, and outfits in episode 1, they were also tweeting about the song choices—nearly 40 of them—with the same enthusiasm. “The memes were amazing. And so...
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Zendaya Breaks Down the Dark Side Her ‘Euphoria’ Dance Sequence

You could say that in Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3, Rue (Zendaya) dances with the devil. On the one hand, she makes a dangerous deal with Laurie (Martha Kelly), the drug dealer she and Fez (Angus Cloud) were terrorized by in the Euphoria Season 2 premiere on HBO. On a much lighter note, though, Rue gets to enjoy a rare moment of bliss in Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3 when she dances around her room to Frank Sinatra’s “Call Me Irresponsible.” The reverie ends when she twirls into the kitchen and Rue’s sister Gia (Storm Reid) straight up needs to ask her, “Rue, are you high?”

‘Euphoria’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Happier Than Ever

In the Euphoria Season 2 Episode 2, Maddie (Alexa Demie) says something revealing to Cassie (Sydney Sweeney). After the latter says she’s going to stay single for awhile. “Bitch, I don’t believe a word you’re saying,” she says. “Because you love to be loved.” Now, Maddie’s no prolific speech-giver. And yet, she’s just broken down the entire situation in Episode 3. In Episode 2, Nate professes his love for Cassie. In Episode 3, she parrots the feeling right back to him — only, she’s not in love with Nate as a person. She’s enamored by his love for her. The backstory open might not be focused on her, but this is Sydney Sweeney’s episode, plain and simple. More on that later.

Ashtray, Fez's Right-Hand Man, Knocks Out Euphoria Villain in New Trailer

Ashtray is a ride or die. A new trailer for episode three of Euphoria's second season shows how far Ashtray, played by Javon "Wanna" Walton, is willing to go for Fezco (Angus Cloud). A split second shows the younger drug accountant whacking Cal Jacobs (Eric Dane) across the head with what appears to be the base of a rifle. Cal screams in pain as he's knocked over. It's unclear whether or not he becomes hospitalized like his son Nate (Jacob Elordi) did after he got a beatdown from Fez or if he's dead. Either way, having Cal on their bad side seems worse than having Nate there.
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‘Euphoria’ Season 2, Episode 3 Recap

Joanna and Nora return to recap the third episode of Euphoria. They break down the revealing cold open and what it could mean along with Rue’s new revelation and the episode’s obsession with the musical Oklahoma. Hosts: Joanna Robinson and Nora Princiotti. Producer: Steve Ahlman.

Angus Cloud Talks ‘Euphoria’ Season 2: Fez and Lexi, Fighting with Nate, Cal Confrontation in Episode 3

There’s nothing quite like the thrill of watching Euphoria. The sophomore season of the beloved HBO series is firing on all cylinders right now, with spectacular spotlights over the last three weeks on some surprising characters including Cassie (Sydney Sweeney), Cal (Eric Dane), and fan-favorite Fezco (Angus Cloud). The latter two, in particular, have started off the season by intersecting in some surprising ways, as Cal—set up by his son Nate (Jacob Elordi)—ends up crossing paths with Fezco in a dangerous fashion.

All Creatures Great and Small Recap: Chickens in the Streets

Buckle in: We’ve got a sad episode. Not “We have to kill Clive, the Best Bull That Ever Lived” sad, but still sad. Not going to lie, I almost dinged it a star in my rating because it’s January, and we’re almost at our second pandemic anniversary, and unnecessarily sad things in fiction should pay the price. But then I said to myself, “Self, there is perhaps a lesson to be gleaned from this.” A lesson about maintaining hope and soldiering on, etc. Also, it’s still a great show.

‘Euphoria’ Actor Ansel Pierce on Bathroom Reveal Scene: “Not a Prosthetic”

Ansel Pierce was only on Euphoria for half a minute, and yet, the actor has gone viral on TikTok for his quick cameo on the show. Why? In true Euphoria fashion, it’s thanks to his gasp-worthy full frontal nudity in Episode 1 of the scandalous show’s second season. After folks came after him on Twitter, TikTok, and Reddit, Pierce finally came forward with his own story: yes, the shot is fully of his body. No, that’s not a prosthetic.

‘Euphoria’ Ep. 202 ‘Out of Touch’ Recap/Review: “The Beginning of Bigger Troubles”

Last week’s episode of Euphoria showed us that people – even grandparents – will go through far lengths to protect their own. This week’s episode is no different, as the events from last week spill over into the new episode. This week’s episode is about betrayal, trust, and protecting your own. There are more and more secrets in store, and the payoff is building to be incredible. The storytelling, cinematography, and acting have always been praised in Euphoria, and they continue this week.