We’ve seen a good bit about Jessica and Trish so far this season. The opening of “AKA Customer Service is Standing By” focuses on one of the new characters, Erik Gelden.
In the first episode of the season, we saw a shocking attack on Jessica. The second followed Trish through the changes she’s been going through since Malus’ treatments starting showing their effects. For episode three, we shift back to Jessica and her injuries, summed up decently by the title “AKA I Have No Spleen.”
instead of continuing from Jessica’s very bad end to her date, “AKA You’re Welcome,” shows us a lot of the events in and around the first episode, “AKA The Perfect Burger,” from Trish’s point of view.
Everyone’s favorite snarky, alcoholic, super-powered private investigator is back for her third and final season, as Netflix continues to finish off the partnership with Marvel. It’s a damn shame, considering the shows and the shared universe were fantastic, but nothing lasts forever. To quote a more famous Marvel hero, “Part of the journey is the end.”
This is a season finale so there will probably be some spoilers along the way. Be warned if you haven’t finished Jessica Jones, Season 2.
The penultimate episode of Jessica Jones’ second season, “AKA Pray for my Patsy,” opens with Trish in the hospital and Jessica and Dorothy standing watch over her.
After the disturbing end of “Pork Chop,” Jessica has a lot to deal with in “AKA Three Lives and Counting.”
Most of the titles for the Jessica Jones episodes make some sort of sense, and are often direct quotes from someone. If that’s the case for “AKA Pork Chop,” I missed it.
Now that she’s sort of got her mother back, Jessica needs to decide what to do with/about her in “Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed.” Her apartment is getting crowded.
After the almost entirely flashback “I Want Your Cray Cray,” Jessica Jones returns to the present in “Ain’t We Got Fun?” the name of the song Alisa keeps (poorly) playing on the piano and a decent general comment on where all the characters are at this point.