'Dublin Murders' Episode 3: Lexie's identity, Jonathan's past and Rob's nightmares need to be addressed before Katy's murder is solved
We do not know what happened to Rob in the woods, and that will the most important clue to solve this murder.
If you haven't found your new murder mystery addiction in Starz's 'Dublin Murders' you need to binge on the first two episodes right away and join the fan club trying to solve all the big mysteries ahead of the show. While Episode 1 of the show set the stage for a brilliant puzzle, we had hoped Episode 2 would take us closer to the answers, but when it aired Sunday, November 17, it only added to our queries. We sure hope the upcoming Episode 3, scheduled to premiere on November 24 answer all our big questions like Who is Lexie? What did Jonathan do? Why can't Rob remember what happened in the woods?
At the point on the show, there are way too many characters on the show and almost all of them have mysteries associated with them. While the rest of the world is ignorant of it, Cassie (Sarah Greene) and Rob (Killian Scott) carry the darkest ones of them all. They both have trusted each other with their deepest secrets, and while we know that Rob's involved in what happened in the woods, 20-year-old Cassie's has something to do with a fake identity she created while going undercover.
Much like Rob's past, Cassie's too seems to be coming back to haunt her, with someone stealing the identity she created by in the day - Lexie - for whatever reason. The show will have to address who that is what her intentions are soon, much like that of Jonathan's (Peter McDonald) teen years. We know that he used to be a bully and he seemingly played in a part in the disappearance of Rob's friends.
In the previous episode, we learned that both Rob and Cassie trust each other over everyone else, and because of this, they have no option but to investigate Katy's (Amy Macken) murder. However, before that is to happen, presumably by the end of the season, there are many questions that need to be answered. The first of these questions would be why a wolf is visiting Rob in his nightmares?
Rob has had a troubled life, one that saw him outliving his friends that got abducted, getting abused by older children because he was accused of harming the friends that went missing, harassed by the parents of his friends who believed he has the answers and getting bullied by his boarding school friends who had no patience for his nightly screams and nightmares. However, we do not know what happened to him in the woods, and that will be the most important clue to solve this murder.
We hope that the upcoming Episode 3 of 'Dublin Murders' which will air Sunday, November 24, will reveal this part of Rob's life.