Kaley Cuoco‘s character is in serious trouble in the latest episodes of “The Flight Attendant.” After a long week of waiting, episodes six, “After Dark,” and seven, “Hitchcock Double,” dropped on HBO in the early morning hours of Thursday, December 10. Hours before the new content was made available, Kaley Cuoco shared an action-packed teaser showing her character, Cassie Bowden, a party all-night New York City flight attendant, fighting desperately for her life.
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Fans of the HBO thriller-comedy know how Kaley Cuoco’s character got herself into this situation. WARNING: Spoilers ahead! After a turbulent night of drinking heavily in Bangkok with a good-looking passenger sitting in “3C,” aka Alex Sokolov played by Michiel Huisman, Cassie wakes up to find a bloody surprise. Fleeing the scene but not before covering up her tracks, or so she thinks.
She’ll soon find out the real trouble has yet to come for this boozy flight attendant.
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In the latest teaser, shared on Kaley Cuoco’s Instagram page on Wednesday, fans get a full look at what’s next for Cassie and her posse. There are many questions to be answered from episode five’s cliff-hanger like is Max (played by Deniz Akdeniz) is dead or alive? Who is Miranda Croft? Why was Alex killed? etc.
These questions and more will all be uncovered in the next few episodes. But Cassie Bowen’s future doesn’t look pretty.
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In the teaser, fans will see major face time between Cassie and Miranda. The onscreen enemies have been playing cat and mouse until now. Kaley Cuoco’s character has been sneaking around trying to discover who Miranda actually is and if she was the one who killed Alex.
Miranda thinks Cassie knows more than she’s letting up and doesn’t believe she’s really a flight attendant. The two finally come together and it’s a battle between a gun and a broken beer bottle.
“Can I maybe have one final request?” Cassie asked Miranda, who is pointing a gun at her back, in the teaser. “Like a vodka or a ‘Please don’t kill me’ sort of request?” Being a true main character, Cassie doesn’t go down without a fight, spotting nearby broken glass and going for it, seemingly unsuccessfully.
“Okay, that is a bottle. This is a gun,” Miranda said as Cassie made her move. If you aren’t watching “The Flight Attendant,” what are you doing?