Spoiler alert! This story comprises main spoilers for 9-1-1: Lone Star’s Season 4 episode “Highway Kill,” which aired March 21. Proceed with warning when you’re not caught up!
9-1-1: Lone Star positive took us on a experience within the newest episode, “Highway Kill,” as Marjan was pitted towards Grant, the abuser she’d helped vlogger Kiley escape from within the earlier episode. Our hero from the 126 teamed up with Mouse, a 10-year-old who was supposedly in one other automobile concerned within the wreck that occurred when Grant ran Marjan’s rental automobile off the street. Mouse gave a badly injured Marjan the power to maintain combating, as they engaged in a sport of cat and mouse with Grant that every one led as much as a wild plot twist that exposed Mouse was a figment of Marjan’s creativeness.
Not solely was Mouse (Samsara Leela Yett) not actual, she was truly a manifestation of 10-year-old Marjan, who we discovered had been the one concerned in a deadly automobile accident that killed her pal and his dad and mom. Natacha Karam spoke to TV Line about that devastating reveal, and the way she reacted when she first discovered concerning the huge episode. The actress stated:
“Highway Kill” was sort of Marjan’s origin story; we simply didn’t notice it till the tip. All of the issues we discovered about Mouse — like how she didn’t wish to rejoice her personal victories as a result of she didn’t wish to harm others’ emotions or how her dad and mom labored rather a lot — have been truly issues the firefighter had handled as a child. Most significantly, it was seemingly that wreck and the loss of life of her pal that set her on the path to turning into a firefighter. Natacha Karam continued:
So after an eventful few weeks, Marjan is headed again to the 126, although after the occasions of “Highway Kill,” it seems to be just like the firefighter can be sidelined for a short time as she overcomes her accidents. A minimum of Paul (Brian Michael Smith) can have his buddy again, as he continues to navigate a brand new relationship.
9-1-1: Lone Star will return to Fox at 8 p.m. ET subsequent Tuesday, March 28. Within the meantime, you may make amends for any episode you’ve missed by streaming the collection with a Hulu subscription, and keep updated with the entire upcoming premieres with our 2023 TV schedule.