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The most shocking moments from the Killing Eve finale

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A recap of the most shocking moments from the third season finale of Killing Eve, 'Are You Leading Or Am I?'

Warning: This article contains spoilers about the third season finale of Killing Eve which some readers may prefer to avoid. Scroll down to continue!

For once, a season of Killing Eve has ended without Villanelle or Eve attempting to kill each other. The episode wasn't without its fair share of deaths though (three, if we're counting), as well as an epic meeting of the main players and a revelation about who killed Kenny.

Read on for our recap of the most shocking moments from 'Are You Leading Or Am I?'...


Dasvidaniya, Dame Dasha

After being bashed with a golf club by Villanelle before being trodden on by a vengeful Eve, Dasha's demise was somewhat an inevitability.

Despite having just suffered a heart attack, Konstantin decides to check himself out of hospital, paying Dasha a visit before he goes. She pleads with him to stay with her then berates him for his attitude to Villanelle. "If you didn't like how I treated her, why didn't you do anything about it?" she shouts as Konstantin walks out. "We are both to blame." She then promptly dies.


Are You Leading, Or Am I?

Villanelle meets Eve at a ballroom, the site of her first killing in the UK. She becomes transfixed by the couples dancing, telling Eve: "They seem happy, carefree. I want to feel like that."

The pair then dance and Villanelle fantasises about living out her days peacefully with Eve, a prospect Eve dismisses, telling her: "We'd consume each other before we got old."



Still Got It

Well it was her own fault for thinking that standing on a tube platform with Villanelle was a sensible thing to do. After calling Villanelle a "little sheep", Rhian finds herself beaten up and thrown onto the tracks - meeting her undignified end on the Waterloo & City line at Bank.


Konstantin Killed Kenny?

Carolyn visits Bitter Pill and is shown CC footage of the office on the day Kenny fell from the roof. He is seen meeting with Konstantin before the pair leave for a chat upstairs...


Paul The Other One

Paul calls Konstantin, who has met with Eve, to tell him that he knows he's been taking money from the Twelve's bank account and orders him to come over.

Carolyn pulls a gun on Paul and waits for Konstantin, Eve and Villanelle to arrive before demanding answers. "He's the one who's been giving me orders," Konstantin says of Paul. "He is the Twelve."



An "Inevitable" Execution

Carolyn tells Konstantin that she knows he saw Kenny just before he fell to his death and demands to know why he killed her son.

"Kenny was getting too close to the Twelve," he replies. "If he wanted to live, he needed to come work for the 12. I was trying to save him, I swear it. He got scared, he kept stepping back. I tried to stop him but he fell before I could do anything."

Forcing Konstantin to his knees, Carolyn declares "this was inevitable" and prepares to shoot him in the head. Konstantin screams for Villanelle to "do something" but she doesn't move.

Carolyn then pulls the trigger... and kills Paul.


I Wish I Knew How To Quit You

After the events at Paul's apartment, Villanelle catches up with Eve on Tower Bridge and they reflect on their relationship. "Did I ruin your life? Do you think I'm a monster?" Villanelle asks, suggesting: "I think my monster encourages your monster."

"I think I wanted it to," Eve replies wistfully, indicating that she wants an end to the drama. Villanelle realises that Eve needs to be set free, saying that they must both turn around, walk away and not turn back.

The pair then walk in different directions across Tower Bridge and after a short while, Eve stops and looks around. Villanelle follows suit and they lock eyes.



The Killing Eve finale is available to stream on BBC iPlayer and will air on BBC One next Sunday, June 7.
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CLiverpool31282170214986
2Manchester CityMan City31203877334463
3Leicester CityLeicester32167960312955
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9Burnley32136133645-945
10Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd31111193031-144
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17Watford32610162949-2028
18Aston Villa3276193660-2427
19Bournemouth3276193054-2427
20Norwich CityNorwich3256212560-3521
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