Euphoria
season 2

The end of HBO's "Euphoria" included a roughly 15-minute stretch in which no one spoke and just a gospel choir dressed in maroon sweatpants sung.

Despite her spectacular dance number implying otherwise, the specials provided fans piece of mind that Rue (Zendaya) had not died of an overdose.

Zendaya and Schafer recently spoke with Variety on the importance of those chapters in terms of the story's progression, as well as a mysterious newcomer in the future season.

Instead of cramming all of "Euphoria" into your head before Sunday's Season 2 opener, read on for a recap of the six key twists from the finale.

Cassie put on the bravest front she could before the abortion, but during it, she drifted away and fantasised about her childhood ice-skating days.

Cassie put on the bravest front she could before the abortion, but during it, she drifted away and fantasised about her childhood ice-skating days.

Lexi got wasted and had a good time, and it was all very cute. Her companions laughed as she rambled on inexplicably meaningful musings about not having established her personhood in high school.

Fez, the film's second-most underappreciated and neglected character, kissed his unconscious grandma before breaking into the home of an unethical doctor.

Nate had a terrible experience in the season finale, as seen in both the flashbacks and the contemporary events of this episode.