The Boys season 2, episode 6 review: The Bloody Doors Off

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Frenchie’s origin story highlights another amazing episode of The Boys season 2. Here’s why “The Bloody Doors Off” was another win for the show.

Previously, on The Boys season 2, we were given the weirdest ending of this very short series. Homelander and Stormfront got it on! They threw each other around the room, then kissed, hit each other in the face and did some other sexual things. Homelander laser-beamed Stormfront’s chest and they slept together.

Considering all of the out-there stuff we’ve seen on this show, it’s befuddling that this is among the strangest moments thus far. It makes you wonder what’s going to happen next?

Well, the first scene with the two of them in “The Bloody Doors Off” quickly answered that question.

Homelander and Stormfront get bloody

The show starts with a flashback with Frenchie and then him taking Starlight’s chip out of her neck. It was bloody and Hughie ends up with blood on his face (seems to happen to him often). While that’s crazy, it’s nothing compared to what happened next. A guy robs a bank and gets caught by Homelander and Stormfront. Scary enough if you’re apprehended by them. When you know what they’re about, it’s downright terrifying.

Homelander sarcastically suggests they should take him to the police and Stormfront sarcastically agrees. Then, she proceeds to rub his crotch while his hand is against the criminal’s head. As he gets, um, excited, Homelander crushes the robber’s head and, again, the pair get it on in the alley. Mind you, there’s still blood on their hands – a hand that she puts in Homelander’s mouth. Seriously, what is wrong with them?!

As the episode continues, so does their story. It’s not all love and roses (this reference will make sense after you watch the episode).