Did anybody else think it was odd that Mrs. Butters was happy to keep a picture of the guy who tortured her? And the rest of the people in that photo were content to turn her from a powerful, mystical being into a glorified housekeeper, but she seemed genuinely touched to get the photograph. I get that she came to accept the Men of Letters as family, but wasn’t she tortured (or brainwashed) into thinking that?
Side note — I was happy to see Magnus again, but I was hoping they’d tie up the loose ends of his story. The last we saw of him, Dean had killed him, and the Boys had left his invisible fortress and his collection of monsters to fend for themselves. I guess that loose thread will remain.
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