'Barry' Season 4 Episode 6 Review: Sorry, Barry! It's time to face consequences of your crimes
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The ending of Episode 4 of ‘Barry’ Season 4 made everyone believe that Barry got the end that he deserved, but no one knew that it was just the beginning of a terrifying nightmare that will take everything away from him and his family. Barry and Sally are living in the middle of nowhere along with their son and trying to walk on a new path. However, the past always catches up and it’s time for Barry to walk on a path that he left years ago. The fifth episode concluded with a massive setback to Barry (Bill Hader) and Sally as Gene Cousineau had struck a deal with Warner Bros to make a movie on Barry’s life. They freaked out and didn’t know what to do. But Barry had an idea and he knew it was the only way to keep all the controversies away.
In Episode 6 of ‘Barry’ Season 4, we see our protagonist going forward with his plan of neutralizing the threat. However, Sally (Sarah Goldberg) is against the plan because she knows what will happen after the killing. They are leading a new life, a life filled with religious beliefs in which hurting anyone is a heinous crime. Sally believes that it will ruin everything for their family and their lives will never be the same. On the other hand, Barry feels it’s important to kill Cousineau (Henry Winkler) because if he doesn’t, the upcoming movie will destroy the little world they have created in recent years. He is really anxious for his son, John, to find out about his dad’s notorious past.
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Sally witnesses a moment straight out of a horror movie
Both characters want to do their bit to save the family but in a contrasting ways. Barry leaves to accomplish his mission and asks Sally to take care of their son, John, but he didn’t know he was walking into a trap. However, the episode’s most traumatizing moment takes place with Sally right after Barry has left for Los Angeles. She was having trouble taking care of John and decided to mix a bit of liquor with his juice so that he could sleep. Sally takes advantage of the situation and takes a nap as well. When she gets up, a mysterious person nearly destroyed her room before locking Sally in her bedroom.
Literally, if something like that happened in real life, that person would have definitely got a massive heart attack. It was nothing short of a horror sequence and we already know that Hader has recently written a horror movie, so this disturbing scene shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Is 'The Wizard' worth watching?
‘The Wizard’ comes forward with a new approach and focuses much on the stories related to the supporting characters and how they are feeling. But it also gives us a sense of things “finally” getting over for everyone. There are two episodes remaining in the finale season and no one knows who’ll survive or who’ll die when ‘Barry’ ends and tension is at an all-time high.
‘Barry’ continues to be a force to be reckoned with another solid episode that escalates the tension rather than diffusing it. But it’s the final season and everything that has happened was bound to happen.