The last we left poor Penny he had lost his hands, and considering the magically cursed replacements he got, he was handling it pretty well. In Episode 2, Penny stepped up his healing hands game even further with some TLC from Professor Sunderland. Seems like Penny's luck is about to turn around. Speaking of Professor Sunderland ...
Ruling a kindom is hard work, especially when your friends bail on you for the real world and you have to confront a particularly rural aspect of your repressed past. Eliot is looking like he's ready to pass out, that is until Fen steps up and brings it with the Caligula style orgy; turning that frown upside down.
You remember that feeling of seeing your elementary school teacher at the mall or at the grocery store? It was weird, like two worlds colliding, making it hard to compute. Fogg, in this episode, transforms from educator to player, and Alice and Quentin cannot compute.
Marina strolled through Season 1 with a casual betchiness that only hinted at ridiculous magical prowess hidden within. You would never imagine that in just a short time she would transform into Princesa Mascarita Verde, a prized Luchador with a cruel streak. Nah, Marina totally got snatched up by The Beast.
Quentin's back has taken a magical beating over the course of his time at Brakebills. Before flying off to Brakebills South in Season 1, we saw Quentin's back get all goose-pimply (literally) before he transformed and flew down south for winter. This week we saw Quentin's back go through the magical ringer again as he got a cacodemon sealed into his back. Battle magic is a b&*ch!