WARNING: The following article contains spoilers from Killing Eve season 2.
The final instalment of season two saw Eve Polastri (played by Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) partner up to get rid of Raymond (Adrian Scarborough).
As he tries to kill the duo, Eve ends up killing him with an axe which thrills Villanelle who tries to calm her down.
Shocked from her actions, Eve follows Villanelle as she assures her they’ll get to safety.
Villanelle is certain that now Eve has killed Raymond she will be able to assist her in the future and is excited about what the future holds.
But unfortunately for the assassin, she ends up being disappointed by Eve who wants nothing more than to go home and reunite with her estranged husband Niko (Owen McDonnell).
Realising that Eve does not feel the same way as she does and has no plans for them to spend their future together, Villanelle is heartbroken.
She becomes incredibly angry with Eve and in a shock turn of events ends up shooting the MI5 agent.
Villanelle walks off without checking on Eve and leaves her to die alone in the middle of Rome.
But it seems this could have been Villanelle’s biggest mistake to date as Eve may not actually be dead.
Before Eve and Villanelle killed Raymond, the MI5 agent was seen chatting to her boss Carolyn Martens (Fiona Shaw) in her hotel room.
After Carolyn left the room it was a short while before Eve emerged and helped Villanelle deal with her former handler.
Could Eve have put on her bulletproof vest to protect herself in the team between Carolyn leaving and her exiting the room?
Eve had been given the vest earlier on the season as MI5 feared she could be attacked by Villanelle when she put out a hit on herself.
Carolyn had also just warned Eve it might not be the best idea to trust Villanelle so it wouldn’t be surprising if Eve had taken precautions.
Villanelle would not have been aware of Eve wearing a bulletproof vest when she shot her as the secret agent was wearing a roll neck jumper.
Her choice of clothing would have allowed her to discreetly conceal her vest thus protecting her.
Could season three pick up in a similar way to the second run – just minutes after Villanelle’s attack on Eve?
Meanwhile, Villanelle star Jodie has revealed her favourite scene was in episode two when she killed Julian (Julian Barratt).
Killing Eve airs Saturday on BBC One at 9.15pm
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