The Kettering Incident, Season 1, Episode 5, “The Forest”

Welcome to my recap of Showcase’s The Kettering Incident. Here’s what went down in Episode 5 (entitled “The Forest”).

Episode 5 of The Kettering Incident starts to have that “bringing everything together” vibe even if it just creates more mystery. For starters, Roy’s (Anthony Phelan) version of Anna (Elizabeth Debicki) and Gillian’s (Miranda Bennett) disappearance is brought up. It seems Anna was found at the Old Sullivan’s house. There’s that name again. It seems Lofty (Nathan Spencer) really was there too but when Anna questions him about it, it seems less likely he really should have gone to prison. Besides finally having his retirement party thrown for him, Roy seems to spend a lot of time in this episode sinking into endless shit holes. Like whatever it is up at the Ridge that makes the water bubble and stink. And the possibility he might even be involved in the drug trade. But, as far as why he lied about Lofty and the whole Kettering incident it is because he is actually shit scared of his daughter and the fact that she might have really killed Gillian. Probably the most important thing to take away from Roy’s version of events and Anna’s search to find out the truth is the fact Anna can’t seem to remember a damn thing about it — or her youth…

Source: The Kettering Incident, Season 1, Episode 5, “The Forest”


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