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Snowpiercer Season 2: What Melanie’s Snow Sample Means For Season 2

Snowpiercer Season 2

Snowpiercer Season 2 Updates: Melanie Cavill took a strange snow sample outside in Snowpiercer’s season 2 premiere. Here is how her discovery could change the world literally.

Melanie Cavill (Jennifer Connelly) took a sample of snow outside the Great Ark Train for the premiere of Snowpiercer season 2, and this sets up a mystery that might potentially alter the future of the frozen Planet.

Mr. Wilford (Sean Bean), picking up the cliff hanger from Snowpiercer season 1, turned out to be alive and in charge of his own supply train, Big Alice, 40-cars long.

Wilford tied Big Alice to the tail of Snowpiercer and brought the 994-car-long train to a full stop; Melanie wore an environmental suit to go outside and remove her train manually before Snowpiercer could be operated by the billionaire Messiah.

One of the biggest shockers of Snowpiercer season 1 revealed that Melanie, who was Head of Hospitality, was actually driving the train all the time. Seven years earlier, Cavill stole Snowpiercer and left Mr. Wilford behind to die in Chicago, but she found it easier to preserve Wilford’s “perfect order” by believing he was sequestered in Wilford’s name in the Eternal Engine and controlling the train.

Ultimately, the Tail Section’s Andre Layton (Daveed Diggs) led a revolt to demolish the cruel class structure of Wilford and create a democratic government on the train.

Cavill and Layton joined forces to bar the rich rebels from the train in order to fend off a simultaneous First Class coup. Melanie then ceded Snowpiercer’s power to Layton, but Wilford emerged from the cold aboard Big Alice only as their shaky new government was in its infancy and changed the direction of the future of Snowpiercer.

Snowpiercer Season 2 Melanie’s Snow

Snowpiercer Season 2

When Melanie was outside trying to circumvent Big Alice’s link to Snowpiercer manually, she landed in the frozen snow on her back and encountered an impossible sight: a snowflake dropped and landed on the face shield of her helmet.

Before she boarded Big Alice, Cavill shrugged off the suggestion that she saw something and quickly took a snow sample in a vial as the 134-car-long combined super train started to get back on track, thanks to Layton and his people managing to satisfy Wilford’s fresh food demand.

Of course, Cavill is the number one enemy of Mr. Wilford and she received an anticipated cold welcome from her former boss, as well as from Alexandra (Rowan Blanchard), Melanie’s estranged 15-year-old daughter, who Wilford rescued and raised when Melanie was forced to leave her behind.

Meanwhile, when she came on board Big Alice, Melanie was compelled to leave her snow sample behind in her environmental suit after she showered and changed clothes.

Alex spotted Melanie’s snow vial and asked her mother as to what it was. Melanie believed that there was fresh snow on the ground, but that’s scientifically impossible; the world became too cold for meteorological phenomena such as snow or rain after the Freeze occurred years ago because there was no moisture in the air.

Alex claims that the “snow” her mother saw was exactly what the wind was already blowing on the field. When she learned her mother was lying to her about why she took a snow sample, the younger Cavill left angrily, but Melanie had to hold her cards close because she did not trust Mr. Wilford (or Alex yet) with what she could have found.