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Hijack Season 1 Episode 6 Recap: Ending Explained!

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In “Comply Slowly,” Episode 6 of the gripping drama series “Hijack,” a number of significant developments build to the show’s most mind-blowing scene yet. In the opening scene of the episode, Sam’s son Kai (Jude Cudjoe) is confined to his apartment while running from two skilled assassins. As Daniel (Max Beesley) begins to follow Edgar Yansen and John Bailey Brown against their wishes, tensions aboard Flight KA29 increase as Stuart is still reeling over the death of his brother.

In the dramatic conclusion of the episode, Edgar gives Stuart the go-ahead to murder a passenger and deliver photographic proof to the police. By suggesting that Stuart take a picture of the passenger he has killed in a previous episode, Sam’s fast thinking manages to save another traveler. The passengers prepare to battle for their life after realizing the terrible peril they are in.

After a flight attendant talks Stuart out of killing Sam (Idris Elba) in the midst of the commotion, Stuart becomes agitated and makes an effort to find another victim. The next individual to make a sound will be shot, he tells the passengers. Sam confronts Stuart for the weapon, a flight attendant is hit by a stray bullet, the pilot considers going to the cockpit, and a passenger covers Terry’s head with a bag as the tension reaches a breaking point.

A fairly unremarkable traveler named Amanda (Holly Aird) hears her phone vibrate out of the blue, receives a text, and then coolly locks herself in the restroom. To everyone’s surprise, she appears with a gun as she moves toward the cockpit. She shoots the pilot in the head, ignores the hijackers, seizes control of the cockpit, and locks herself inside.

Viewers are left to question if Amanda was always a member of the original hijacker gang or if she had other allegiances because both her identity and her motivations are still a mystery. The episode also raises concerns about Alec, the traveler who took the weaponry used by the hijackers onto the aircraft.

The suspense builds to a climax in Episode 6’s unexpected events thanks to “Hijack”‘s heart-pounding and unpredictable nature, which keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. The forthcoming season finale, Episode 7 dubbed “Brace Brace Brace,” will hopefully settle these nagging questions for viewers. On August 2, the Season 1 finale will air, promising even more dramatic developments and shocking revelations. The show “Hijack” is currently streaming on Apple TV+.