Ho ho ho! Evil’s 10th episode rings in Christmas with a catchy tune. Here are three of the jaw-dropping moments from the episode!
Evil’s 10th episode, 7 Swans a Singin’ shows us just how powerful a social media influencer can be. When a group of girls in the choir continues to hum the same song without remembering exactly where the earworm came from, the school wants to know what’s the deal. Here enters the squad: David, Kristen, and Ben.
Theories are thrown out between the three; from Stuck Song Syndrome to pesticides in the school cafeteria’s produce. It’s after the students start attempting to stab their eardrums that the gang realizes it’s something much worse.
David, Kristen, and Ben learn that an influencer, Malindaz, created a 95-minute challenge that can ‘make you go crazy’. After watching the video themselves, Ben discovers a man’s voice-track that, due to the level of frequency, can only be heard by teenagers under the age of 16. This hidden track serves as a how-to suicide guide.
3. Something’s wrong with Grandma
Upon finding Lexis crying on the swing set, Sheryl asks her granddaughter what’s wrong. Lexis then jumps into the story of the neighbor girl, Sammy, pushing her down and causing her to scrape her knee. Grandma then gives Lexis the most un-grandmotherly advice: punch her.
Sheryl even dives into a how-to guide — grab a rock so that the force behind the punch is stronger. And, since it’s just a rock, Sammy will never see the weapon and it’d be assumed that the punch was simply due to Lexis’ strength. Because who’s going to bully a girl who can punch that hard?
Lexis follows her grandmother’s advice. Which then, of course, leads to parent disapproval. Kristen and Andy explain to Lexis that you should never hit anyone. This is when Lexis spills the beans: Grandma told me to do it.
After being confronted by Kristen, Sheryl denies the accusation. Her performance is so believable that it leads the viewer to think that maybe she really doesn’t remember providing her granddaughter with violent advice. That is until we see Sheryl telling Lexis that snitching is much worse than lying.
Sheryl is then seen on the phone with no other than Leland who asks if she listened to his advice.