Sokolov should probably be less concerned about how we snuck passed his alarms and more concerned about why all his maid's talk to themselves and why it's raining indoors.
Wilde and Blondie reminisce while somehow accidentally killing people. Slippery keys I guess.
The moral of today's episode is that it's never okay to hurt doggies.
Charles, Rusty, and Blondie take turns absolutely destroying the innocent in attempts for sick tricks.
It's starting to seem like nobody wants Corvo around. Promptly upon returning Emily we're sent to kidnap the Doctor Painter from the bridge. Weird. It's like we've been murdering people we talk to or something.
Anyone else notice the childlike joy Wilde gets from murder? Or how Blondie is completely unfazed as long as they're 'bad men'? Are they actually a team of high functioning sociopaths?
Finally! The long awaited Golden Cat. Wilde decides to mix business with pleasure while indulging his sadistic tendencies. Blondie is not surprised.
Everybody whose Anybody knows the hottest place to be seen is behind the Art Dealer's house. That's why we're there, obviously. It's definitely not to rob him or anything. Anyways...
Wilde and Blondie hunt for Slackjaw's informant and stop on their way back to demonstrate the dangers of electric walls.
Corvo returns to the city and the Distillery District. No surprise but Wilde is *immediately* sidetracked with charming collecting and optional murder.
The gang returns suffering their own versions of the Plague but nevertheless they continue their quest for revenge. Or was it a rescue mission? Maybe it was causing a revolt... It was one of those R words and we're pretty sure murder was involved.