Locke & Key: Unlocked: “Dissection”
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Sam Lesser heads to Keyhouse as our Locke & Key podcast recaps “Dissection” and secrets from the past are revealed. While Tyler is off hooking up with Dodge, Kinsey, Bode and Nina are left alone to fend for themselves against Sam’s second attack. But is Sam the villain he seems to be? Or just a tragic figure like anyone else on the show?
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“Darkest Child” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
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1 thought on “Locke & Key: Unlocked: “Dissection””
At the end of the episode when Sam is a ghost looking down at the Locke’s hugging, Sam makes a single crying sound but then [takes a deep breathe] and disappears. This made me think he was finally at peace, no longer under Dodge’s control, and can no longer hurt anyone. Seeing the family safe, he chose to move on. As Chamberlain Locke tells Bode (episode 3), people that die on the property can still roam there, “Some have chosen to cross over, but I myself prefer to stay.” There are so many ways to look at this and I found it to be the strongest episode of the season. I felt for Sam and could understand why he would want to move on.