Realizing that a deadly threat has infiltrated CrashCon, Liz (Jeanine Mason) knows she can’t save all her loved ones. With Max (Nathan Parsons) in immediate danger, she and Isobel (Lily Cowles) face an impossible choice in the Season 2 finale “Mr. Jones.” Elsewhere, Michael (Michael Vlamis) finds himself swept up once again in the conflict between Jesse and Alex (Trevor St. John, Tyler Blackburn), even as Maria’s (Heather Hemmens) life hangs in the balance. Meanwhile, Kyle (Michael Trevino) is confronted by a moral dilemma when the enemy requires medical attention.
In “Bees in a Bottle,” the first of two new back-to-back episodes, Trepany and Melissande (David Thewlis, Tallulah Haddon) are reunited, while Mathilde (Marcia Gay Harden) persuades Delphine (Lily Sullivan) to entertain Cooke’s (Thomas M. Wright) interest while he is assigned to retrieve the dead bodies. Then, in “The Black Sun,” wedding preparations begin as winter looms, but Duquet’s (James Bloor) decision to make a deal with Goames (Aneurin Barnard) could spell the end of the Wobik settlement.
Duff Goldman and his team construct a basketball-themed cake that’s fit for a true hoops star, but when the event for which it was commissioned gets unavoidably canceled, they spontaneously come up with a cake party on the fly in the new episode “Baked on the Waterfront.” Meanwhile, the pressure is on to create a hyper-realistic whale cake that not only looks great but also is stable enough to unveil it on a boat in the Pacific Ocean.
In the new episode “Wind Beneath My Mill,” Chumlee steps up to the plate when a seller serves up a signed photo of Cy Young, a Major League Baseball pitcher so extraordinary he is commemorated today with a namesake award given to the best pitcher in the league for each season. Elsewhere, Rick evaluates a giant flag known as the U.S. Navy Jack and causes a storm with his windmill restoration.