The well-known series, boys is getting captivating as the season two proceed. As we have seen in the previous episode of The boys, Annie rushed into Stromfront’s trailer and the beginning of an affair between Homelander and Stormfront. In episode 6, Annie directs The boys to Sage Grove center and Homelander confronted her while she was leaving the set during shooting.
The Boys Season 2: Story of the sage grove center
Annie asked Frenchie to remove her tracking chip. She followed a lead from Stormfront’s mails about the Sage grove center.
Frenchie, M.M., and Kimiko rushed to the psychiatric building and disguised as nurses. But one of the nurse their recognized Frenchie. He was a lamplighter, who killed the children of Mallory. He explained that Vought using compound V on adults. Meanwhile broke out of their cells.
The episode highlighted the past events of Mallory’s recruitment of Frenchie. After three years, he followed Lamplighter to a movie theatre but left to save his overdosed lad Jay. Frenchie alone couldn’t stop the Lamplighter from threatening Mallory and wanted her to kill him.
One of the escaped super released a pulse that flipped the fan with Hugie present inside of it. Huge got heavily wounded and Annie and Butcher took her to hospital. Annie tried to stop a car but the man inside pulled out his gun and refused to help so Annie used her powers to kill him.
Homelander nudged Stormfront to come back for his trailer. He got a bouquet of flowers. Stormland told her that she will be back in 20 minutes after attending a meeting at Vought tower. But she visited the Sage grove center instead after the mess bashed there. Homelander furiously set the whole set-up on fire and when she went to him later, he confronted her about knowing the fact that she didn’t go to Vought Tower.
Stormfront explained Homelander all the details and about herself. She was born in Germany in 1919 and she was Vrought’s first success with Compound V. The aim of Vrought was to breed an army of superhumans to dominate white sovereignty and Nazism.