SyFy’s Wynonna Earp finally returned on Friday with Season 2, and it was everything that we could have wanted and more. Picking up directly where Season 1 ended, “Steel Bars and Stone Walls” was packed full of action, heartache, crazy-looking supernatural beings, and, of course, humor. Here are five of the best moments from the episode.
Wynonna Earp Fight Scene #1 With Eliza
Okay, so, let’s get one thing straight -- any fight scene in Wynonna Earp is amazing, but the fight scene between Wynonna and Eliza was amazing on so many levels that I can’t even count them. Two badass women fighting one another, add a pinch of humor and some guns, and you have perfection. Eliza’s introduction to the show was definitely eye-catching and one that we won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
Doc Goes Naked
What is Doc Holiday without his hat? Naked, that’s what he is, or at least practically naked. His hat, along with his mustache, define him, and, when he loses it in the premiere to a Bulgarian Devourer of Souls (what a cute nickname for this supernatural creature), it’s like he loses a piece of himself. You never realize how much of a habit it is to tip your hat until you suddenly don’t have one anymore. Here’s to hoping that he gets a new one soon and that this one doesn’t get eaten by a supernatural being.
Waverly As Plan B … And Then Plan C
Whenever you’re going on a super dangerous and possibly life-threatening mission to save someone, it’s always a good idea to have a plan B. That’s where Waverly comes in. Playing an agent from Scotland Yard, she dons a British accent and a bag with the severed head of the creature that Wynonna had killed earlier. She fools her way in, but her plan be quickly turns into plan C, aka “option J3,” and she finds an ally in the equally hilarious lab tech.
Blood Contract With Black Badge
We were never really a fan of the Black Badge Division, and, after the season premiere, we definitely aren’t fans. In order to walk out alive, Wynonna and Co. are forced to sign a contract with them officially putting them in cahoots with the division. What does Wynonna get out of it, aside from her life? Well, the constant threat of possibly losing someone that she loves and aid in hunting down the remaining revenants and ending her family’s curse. But a blood contract just sounds really sketchy and really satanic, so we’re betting that it’s not a good thing at all.
Dolls Has Emotions?
Breaking news: Deputy Marshall Dolls has emotions. It’s hard to believe, given how stone-faced and stoic he was throughout Season 1, but it turns out that being forced to flee the people that you care about can cause even the toughest of the bunch to shed a tear. Before making his exit, which we’re really hoping isn’t for too long, he returns Wynonna’s necklace, and there is a brief moment that is jam-packed with emotions.
Wynonna Earp returns next Friday to SyFy at 10pm with “Shed Your Skin”.