Shadowhunters 2.7

Posted June 10, 2017 by karenbaron in Adventure, Angels, Book to Series, Demons, Fairies, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Mortal Instruments, Paranormal, Paranormal People, Review, Series, Supernatural, T.V. Series, Teen, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Format: T.V. Series

Shadowhunters

Season 2 Episode 7

How Are Thou Fallen (February 13, 2017)

Plot Summary

Clary and Luke find themselves at odd over Cleo, who claims innocence about the recent attack; Simon gets dating advice from a surprising source as Isabelle takes a dangerous path.

My take on this episode:                      We had a short recap for the beginning of this one episode. Luke is at a dismay about his sister leaving the Iron Sisters after hearing from Clary that she was there and about the attack. Clary is letting Cleo think that she is on her side of this about going to fight Valentine until she and Luke get into the kitchen and Luke is about to tell her that it’s a trap when she tells him that she knows that and that they can trick Cleo and get the sword back.

During all of this episode, at times, Clary would be hearing a screaming noise and not know where it was coming from. Let alone with why she was the only one to hear it.

Isabelle is addicted to the painkiller that Aldertree has been giving her and needs more of it. And id going to extreme measures to get it. Including going straight to the source to be getting it.

Alec and Magnus go to the next step in their relationship. Despite Jace annoying them both to no end at the beginning of the episode.

Simon at first gets dating advice from Jace and it doesn’t work for him since he isn’t good at being like Jace. He then gets dating advice from Maia and is okay with that. Even if he doesn’t really know with how Clary feels about him and even if Maia gives him advice that she wishes he never took.

Jace and Clary free an angel being held captive by Valentine and see something strange in a vision while Luke loses Valentine and his sister.

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