She does not want to be anyone’s little wife or produce a family, which Moore does very much want. It’s been a while since we caught up with our trio of central characters and fortune has certainly favored the bold. Kreizler sends Sarah in, because that’s someone Libby trusts. She feeds back what she learned and points fingers at the Matron as the one responsible. John apologizes to Violet for not being around, admitting it’s been a strange day. Moore offers Joanna a position, but she’s going to work for the more progressive Weeksville paper in Brooklyn. Entertainment Weekly may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. She feels he shouldn’t shoulder this alone. However, for now she can’t be sure. Goo Goo has her sit down and Libby begins to cry, “She’s gone.” He promises to make everything better. Sara Howard is now the head of a Private Detective Agency with a strong female-centric band of workers at her disposal. Laszlo (Daniel Brühl) and the boy Paulie (Lucas Bond) watch a magic trick involving The Great Houdini. (Karen’s covering for Kreizler’s faux pas in this department is a familiar situation.) After the failed hypnosis, Laszlo decides to try and channel Senora Linares’ memory and frame that around her artwork. Unaware Clara’s gone to the Kreizler Institute and put under Karen’s care, she makes her way to Sarah’s offices. It turns out the last nurse to see her that night was Colleen, which gives them a solid lead. Their initial ideas and complicated theories are soon straightened out by Laszlo, who reminds them to look simply at the problem. John begins to read it out loud, saying, “He is survived by his wife, Malory Hunter, and daughter, Elizabeth Hunter.” Sara has an ah-ha moment and says, “E.H. John suggests perhaps there’s more there than meets the eye. Laszlo is at the hospital with Paulie and while he sleeps, Laszlo speaks to him about how he got caught up in this case. If you like TVLine, you'll LOVE our weekly newsletter. The season-two finale of The Alienist is jam-packed with death, satisfaction, some heartbreak, and a journey abroad. We see a man hacking away at what we think is a pig since there are so many hanging nearby on hooks. Marcus (Douglas Smith) exits the house and informs them they checked the whole house and there’s no sign of her there. Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans in ‘The Alienist’ season 2 episode 6 (Photograph by Kata Vermes / TNT) The aftermath of Sara’s decision to sleep with John is the focus of the opening moments of TNT’s The Alienist season two episode six. As she heads back to the agency, Libby greets Sara and takes Martha’s case file back. First port of call is the photographer, whom she tasks Millie to speak to in order to gain every photo taken that day. Following Martha’s death, Sara offers to help Laszlo as he searches for the missing child, but she’s soon caught up in a new investigation of her own: Ana, the infant daughter of a Spanish dignitary named Narciso Linares, is kidnapped while her mother is in the bath, replaced in her bassinet by a baby doll whose eyes and mouth have been scratched out. On the day of Martha’s execution, Laszlo speaks to her one more time, promising to find her still-missing daughter. He won’t lose to the likes of him. Thomas and William desperately try to think of ways to convince him he doesn’t want Sara on this case, stating, “You wouldn’t let your daughter on those streets.” Just then Sara walks in and says, “Funny, I just came from those streets.”. Rebecca Iannucci / Although the first episode is chock full of exposition as we become re-acquainted with our characters, there’s a really intriguing story at the heart of this one that makes it easily to overlook. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. She knows where Clara is. John believes that because it was such a public act there are most likely records of it. Convince me otherwise. Sarah and Kreizler talk the weeping Libby down, convincing her if she loves Clara, she’ll let the kid go. The Alienist: Angel Of Darkness has had quite the run these past 4 weeks. Asking questions surrounding what happened that night, Sara learns that they’re not being wholly truthful with her. The second man says, “Those boys won’t be telling any secrets where they’re are going.” What could go wrong? Sara gets to work and starts looking around for clues. The series also shines a light on the treatment of women in society and the rising suffragette movement in the United States in the late 1900s. When he questions how she knew, she describes Libby’s secret room. In the wake of this, she brings one of the nurses, Libby, out for lunch. He’ll be gone for two years, by which time it should be time for TNT to bring us The Alienist season three, no? Joanna says the paper in Brooklyn she is going to work for is more “progressive.” It’s not clear which she means, but. Sorry, Doyle. Alison Helms. “You know I know what happens here! Sarah comes in protesting this torture method, only to have Byrnes tell her to stuff it. But it doesn’t break her. Upon hearing the news, John Moore and Sara head to the crime scene where she shares her concerns that this could be one of the missing babies they’re looking for. Karen tells Laszlo she’s been offered a position at the Institute of Psychology in Vienna, and she’ll be leaving in two weeks if he doesn’t decide to step forward in this current dalliance of theirs.