Fire Country season finale ended on a note of high tension, exacerbating Bode’s position at Three Rock and his parole hearing. The state attorney’s investigation into the altercation at the inmate fire camp has sealed the stamp on Bode’s imprisonment. If that was not enough, the positive drug test was the last straw, and Bode could see the confidence fading away from the eyes of his loved ones.
Considering that he was forced to choose between the truth and protecting Freddie, Bode found himself in the quicksand of what was right and what was grey. Consequently, he lies to the parole board and takes the burden of the blame on his shoulders. However, this comes in the wake of realizing that nobody except Gabriela believed in him.
When he finally understood that none of his family members or friends had an iota of faith in him, he was convinced that accepting Mel’s offer would ensure Freddie’s freedom. This complex situation sets the stage for Fire Country season, where the viewers will know what is going on in Bode’s head.
Now that the writers’ union has officially announced its end, the writing team will start working on the streets as soon as possible. How will the second season turn out to be?
Here’s what we know so far about the same.
What do we expect to happen to Bode in Fire Country season 2?
In season one, Bode contended that being at the Three Rock Camp provided him the infallible opportunity to do whatever he wanted to do and be close to his family. In season two, we expect him to strive to be worthy and capable enough to stay in the Three Rock and relentlessly struggle for it.
The first season also depicts Bode in trouble when he could have prudently chosen between protecting himself or others. He, obviously, chooses the latter. From jumping in a car that is falling off a bridge to lying to his best friend, Bode is risking his chances to be a Three Rock. Based upon these instances, the second season will expectantly show Bode standing up for himself now that everyone who loved him has ceased to believe in him.
In the second season, we also expect Bode to fight Sleeper without thinking about what Freddie or Gabriela would say or do since they are presumed to have a minimized role. Who knows, with that, he might finally defeat Sleeper and win a place back at Three Rock in Fire Country season 2.
Be that as it may, we urge the readers to know that these are just our mere speculations. You have complete right to take them with a pinch of salt.
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