Seventh Episode: Major Arcana
First Aired: February 23, 2016
Clary and the team learn the location of the Mortal Cup, and race to be the first to obtain it; Simon’s worsening symptoms cause him to believe he is becoming a vampire.
My take on this episode: Another episode of Shadowhunters has come and gone once again but here is my review on it.
This episode starts off with Clary knowing where the Cup is and how she can retrieve it. Sadly Luke wants to go with her and sleeps off what happened to him so that he doesn’t look like a mummy. Simon woke up the next day with Marianne and let’s just say that didn’t work out very well for them. Isabelle is still putting away her old life and walks out to find her dad knocking on Alec’s door but Alec not answering. Isabelle writes up the reports for the Clave instead.
We did meet a new type of demon in this episode once we get to the police station with Clary, Luke, and Jace. All I have to say about that part is way to go Clary. Luke ends up getting into trouble when he gets into the police station. Clary and Jace decide that they need to get the Cup without Luke’s help. With that they had to do something that made me say earlier way to go for her. Jace wasn’t a happy camper about it but it was all good. They weren’t able to get the Cup and had to call Alec and Isabelle to help them out.
Once that happens they get the Cup and got into trouble. Of course they get out of it. While all of that was happening for Clary, Jace, Luke, Isabelle, and Alec Simon was getting into some trouble on his own.
He tried calling Clary every so often but he never was able to talk to her which is super sad. Simon decided that he was turning into a vampire but wasn’t sure. He got interrogated by his mom and his sister. Okay so we did met a new one and that is his sister. Let’s just say that Simon was showing a lot of signs of it. Simon went to the hotel and let’s just say that it didn’t end very well at all. Poor Simon.
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