We see her taking drugs again and collapsing on the bed later. If she goes hard, you go harder.’ Now, being a very calm person who doesn’t argue, who doesn’t [scream], I would never say those kinds of things. She floats off the bed, stumbles through the house like a zombie, and seemingly tries to interact with her mom  and sister but can’t. Zendaya plays 17 year old Rue Bennett in Euphoria, a troubled teenager who, when the pilot begins, is just returning home after a stint in rehab, after a nearly fatal overdose. Now that HBO’s hit new series Euphoria has ended, we have a lot of unpacking to do from that crazy finale episode. What did that ending mean? The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. And the setup for that scene is clearly an NA meeting, not a funeral, even though it’s at a church. 29 Women Weigh In, This Small Thing Is Helping Black Women Heal.

It’s well known that when a person takes drugs after being clean for several months, if they take the same amount they were taking before, they are more likely to die of an overdose. At some point before or during summer, Rue Bennett experienced a near fatal drug overdose. I don’t think you’re “excited to do it all again” when your character’s dead. It’s the ar, 2019 MTV Movie & TV Award and Teen Choice Award-nominee Jessica Marie Garcia currently stars as breakout character Jasmine in Netflix’s hit coming-of. • Fentanyl is a deadly synthetic opioid that's 80-100 times more potent than morphine. Hunter talks about Rue’s decision to leave and says: “Their love still exists.”. So the main question fans are left with is whether or not Rue died when she took these drugs. After she takes the drugs, it looks like it’s snowing in Rue’s room. **The subreddit will be back on November 3rd at 11:59 pm EST. Euphoria Episode 2 Scary Drug Scene, On November 27, 2019, I tweeted “the love of my life, my maternal grandmother, momma-me became an ancestor this morning.” Within the tweet is a video o, Six months ago, you were decades younger, and your concept of “joy” revolved around emphatic discussions carried on in dive bar booths to the tune of j, The deep folds on the surface of our cerebellum aid us in processing the tsunami of information we expose ourselves to every second. She says: “We hope they make it” and they both laugh. Despite the emotional aftermath, Levinson insists that this difficult moment was ultimately good. This is just one disturbing scene of many in, When a person takes fentanyl, the drug binds to opioid receptors, which are the areas of the brain that are responsible for pain and emotions, according to the, Fentanyl is considered many more times potent than heroin, which is one reason why it's tied to so many overdoses. Rue recovered shortly after and was entered into drug rehabilitation for the rest of summer. • On Sunday night's episode of Euphoria, Rue is forced to take a drug called fentanyl. He wanted us to improv the scene," Zendaya explains to Refinery29. Everything we’re seeing is likely a hallucination from the drugs she took. ", That may have been one of the more challenging work days for Zendaya, but on, Zendaya Improvised Euphoria Emotional Drug Fight Scene, That Americans have a long, rough week ahead is an understatement. He’s dead but he CAN interact with her. Rue Bennett was born on September 14, 2001, three days after the Twin Towers fell. The relationship between Rue and Fezco, began before "Pilot". Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser.

We see Rue walking into a bright light. Hi, are you being an absolute dick for almost no reason?

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Irrationally furious all the time? But Rue did relapse, and that was not a flashback to her first overdose.