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LOTR: The Rings Of Power Episode 8 Recap

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It’s not Middle-earth’s biggest, worst breaking story, and yet the subplot that follows the Harfoots and their mysterious meteorite companion has remained charming, alarming and all in all interesting throughout Season 1. During that time most of what we saw focused on the details of Harfoot’s life, but in the finale the attention shifted completely to the stranger in a really big way.

When the episode starts we see the wizard in Greenwood (future Mirkwood) where he meets the three mystics who have been following him for a while. They assume he is Sauron due to the apparent supernatural signs surrounding him. Eventually, a group of Harfoots arrive, including Nori (Markella Kavenagh), Poppy (Megan Richards), Marigold (Sara Zwangobani) and Sadoc (Lenny Henry) and try to bail their Big Folk friend out of his predicament.

Not surprisingly, things quickly go awry, with Sadoc stabbing a knife in the stomach and the others almost roasted alive, like the 13 dwarfs captured by trolls in The Hobbit. At this point, the Stranger steps in, firmly choosing the side of good and destroying the shadowy dangers with his nifty new staff. All in all, the event ends well for the good guys, except for poor old Sadoc, who strays and joins the woman.

At the end of the episode, the Stranger reveals that his brain fog has cleared somewhat, and he remembers that he is an Istar, one of the Wizards. There is more to be learned, however, and he and Nori end the season with a trek east toward the mysterious kingdom of Rhûn, where the stars are strange and the wizard’s even stranger identity will no doubt emerge in season 2.



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