‘Hunters’ Season 2, Episode 6: Recap And Ending, Explained: Did Meyer Know About Chava?

Previously in episode 5 of “Hunters” Season 2, Clara was rescued from Travis’s hold as Joe’s humanity drove him to kill Travis. However, is Joe still trustworthy after what he did to Roxy, the person he loved most? This remains a concern, though, until he actually aids the hunters in locating and detaining Hitler. Let’s explore “Hunters” Season 2, Episode 6 to learn why Joe decided to assist the Hunters.

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Spoilers Ahead


Did Joe betray Hitler?

The question of how the Hunters could trust Joe was raised at the beginning of episode 6 of “Hunters” Season 2. Joe made it obvious that after the ambush, Hitler sent no one to retrieve him, which is why he had decided to betray him and assist the Hunters. He could take the Hunters to Hitler if they had some faith in him. Jonah and Clara split up because Clara saw his true self, which terrified her beyond belief. She made the smart choice to break off the engagement because she wanted to live, and she knew that being around a Nazi hunter like Jonah would put her life at risk at every turn.

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Whereas the Hunters had their doubts about Joe, Roxy was the one who had faith in him. Fortunately, she survived and went back to Chava’s house. She confronted Joe and told everyone else that it wasn’t him who had shot her. She realized that when Joe was gone, something terrible had happened to him in Hitler’s safe house. He had obviously lost all emotion as a result of the trauma he had gone through. However, Joe still had some compassion, as he didn’t let an innocent woman like Clara be killed by Travis. Hence, it would be better to give him another chance to prove his worth. Joe felt grateful to Roxy for forgiving him. Chava made the quick decision to begin their journey to confront the Nazi monster and bring him to the door of justice without more delay. They set out on their quest, passing through a thick forest where Chava reminisced about her former love, the skilled Nazi hunter Zev. She fell in love with the man whom the Nazis called “the plague,” but when Zev chose to stop pursuing Nazis in order to start a family with her, she put her purpose ahead of Zev, causing their split. The next day, in the middle of the forest, Joe discovered a tunnel door that was caked in dust and dried leaves. Mindy assisted them in opening it with a blast. The Hunt team entered the tunnel covertly and arrived at the town where Hitler was staying. Walls and tense security personnel surrounded his mansion. Joe approached them and led them to believe that he had held the Hunters captive. While the guards aimed their weapons toward the crew, Joe slaughtered them one by one. After a hail of gunfire, during which Harriet, Morris, and Joe took out every single guard, Jonah and Chava entered Hitler’s mansion. Hitler and his wife were engaged in an ego-centered argument in the meantime, portraying a patriarchal and misogynistic Hitler with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. He belittled his wife even though she was the one who forbade him to take cyanide pills while Russians were looking for him. The attack by the Hunters, however, startled them, and Hitler and Eva attempted to flee with heavy security surrounding them, but Chava managed to distract the guards by firing at them continuously. Unfortunately, she died in this battle, leaving her long-held desire to confront Hitler unfulfilled. Jonah had lost the only surviving member of his family. He crept into the room where Hitler had hidden. When Jonah finally faced him, Hitler intended to commit suicide, but Jonah didn’t let that happen. He tied his hands behind his back and escorted him out. He didn’t shoot him because a monster like Hitler doesn’t deserve a quick death. Jonah would bring him before the courts, where they would render a verdict and sentence him.


Did Meyer Know About Chava?

Ruth had grown wary of Meyer, even though he was doing a great job acting like a Jew and a Nazi hunter. In the meantime, Harriet told him about another Nazi Hunter, who was a lone vigilante killing Nazi officials in Argentina. When Meyer and Harriet traveled to Argentina to meet with the Nazi hunter, the hunter turned out to be none other than Chava, Ruth’s sister. Meyer was shocked to see her alive and invited her to join their squad, but she declined, claiming that if Ruth found out that her sister was still alive and participating in this work, she wouldn’t be able to continue hunting. Her big sister Ruth would stop her from protecting her, which is why Chava wouldn’t face her sister. Meyer agreed not to say anything to Ruth because he had no intention of tending to Ruth’s wound since he didn’t care. All he wanted was to hide so he could live his life to the fullest. Ruth, on the other hand, had her gaze fixed on him because she didn’t believe him to be Meyer. She’d undoubtedly find something against him that would lead her to believe Meyer was the Wolf. But if she found that out, we all knew what would happen to her. Let’s see if that’s how the story progresses in the following episodes of “Hunters” Season 2.

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Poulami Nanda
Poulami Nanda
Poulami Nanda hails from a medical background, yet her journey is to cross the boundaries of medicine and survive in the cinematic world. The surrealistic beauty of cinema and art has attracted her from a very young age. She loves to write poems, songs, and stories, but her dream is to write films someday. She has also worked as a painter, but nothing attracts her more than cinema. Through her writings, she wants to explore the world of cinema more and more and take her readers on the same ride.

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