'Cloak and Dagger' season 2 episode 9 has Tandy and Tyrone fighting Andre Deschaine's obsession with hitting the blue note

'Cloak and Dagger' season 2 episode 9 has Tandy and Tyrone fighting Andre Deschaine's obsession with hitting the blue note

Spoilers ahead for 'Cloak and Dagger' season 2 episode 9

'Cloak and Dagger' season 2 is coming to a close and in its penultimate episode we realize that the teenage superheroes might be emotionally broken, but they are not beaten. In the last episode, we saw that Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone Johnson (Aubrey Joseph) finally come to an understanding about what they mean to each other and how they influence each other positively. Tyrone's mother Adina Johnson (Gloria Reuben) had also dealt with Detective Connors by killing him after getting information that could prove her son's innocence in the case of Officer Fuch's death. Now, Tyrone and Tandy have to come to terms with everything that they faced at the hands of Andre Deschaine. They were manipulated, their hopes and dreams were exploited. 

While Tyrone is ready to sit down, talk it all out with Tandy, she is not ready. She wants the villain who kidnapped all the women behind bars, where he won't be able to touch any of them. While Tyrone heads out on his own to check some leads, Tandy finds Lea Dewan (Dilshad Vadsaria) abandoned on the side of a road with the help of all new Mayhem, who seems a tad bit more composed and cautious because of the deal that she made with Brigid O Reilly in the last episode. When Tandy tries to investigate why Lea is unconscious, she finds that Lea is devoid of hope and with the help of Tyrone, the two try to find out what really happened to Lea. They come in contact with Andre in Lea's mind and learn the truth about why Andre is hellbent on sucking up all the hopes and dreams of people that he comes in contact with.

A still of Andre Deschaine in 'Cloak and Dagger' season 2 episode 9. (Source: Freeform)

Andre used to be a musician, a saxophone player who was obsessed with hitting the blue note. A note in music once hit will bring you closer to becoming god than anything else. However, before he does that, he starts to get migraines that cannot be treated and so decides to commit suicide and jumps from a bridge, but the energy leak from Roxxon saves his life and gives him the ability to treat his migraines by sucking up hopes of the people. After learning of what veve means from Evita Fusilier's aunt - a way to become the God that he had always aimed to be - he concocted a plan to use up all the hopes that he can get his hands on to achieve his goal. 

When Tandy explains the urgency behind why they need to track Andre, Mayhem's composure cracks and she is ready to kill again to speed up everything. Tandy, however, is not ready to let Mayhem go back to her old ways to become a murderer and while she tries to ensure that Mayhem understands that there are lines that one shouldn't cross, Tyrone struggles to make the same point to drug dealers who deal with men to manipulate women. He is done waiting for someone else to make changes in the city for the better and so he does it himself by trying to strike fear in them. He gets Andre's location, and Tandy and Tyrone head out to face the big bad villain on their own terms. 

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