“Bones and All” can be seen as a sometimes brutal horror love story, but it may not go as far as expected.
In the finale, the focus becomes squarely on Caitlin and Fraser once again, and the bond that changed both of their worlds irrevocably.
After a tragedy, the group begins to unravel, and with that comes a few secrets slipping out and people revealing their true selves.
As Fraser has the night of his life with Jonathan, Richard desperately tries to reconnect with Caitlin and, at the very least, slow down Sarah and Fraser’s influence.
As Caitlin takes a major step to defining her identity, a storm is brewing between Richard and Sarah, with their spouses playing notable roles.
With Craig due to ship out and head into combat, there is an impromptu wedding that further establishes the new dynamics of the group.
As Caitlin grows closer to Fraser, and even his family, it begins ripping apart everything.
We revisit the same day covered in the first episode, but now from Caitlin (aka Harper’s) perspective.
Noted are cast members, information about their character, notable events, organizations, and other details about the HBO series.
For those waiting for Euphoria to return, We Are Who We Are goes beyond being something to hold you over and might become one of your new favorites.