If there's one thing we know for certain about Tandy and Tyrone's visions, it's that they never fail to grab our attention. Check out our rundown of them below or just catch up with Marvel's Cloak & Dagger right here on Freeform.
1. Tandy's first vision happened when her mom grabbed her hand.
A younger Tandy needs help tying her ballet slipper during class and Melissa happily obliges. She and Nathan, Tandy's dad, reminisce about the good old days and how much Tandy used to love to dance. Could this vision be about Melissa's obsession with the past? Is that what's keeping her from having a meaningful relationship with her daughter today and moving on?
2. Ty had his first vision when Connors pinned him to a wall, demanding answers about his interrupted drug deal.
Connors has just shot Billy, and Tyrone sees him make the split-second decision to try and cover it up. Does this mean that one of Connors' greatest fears is the shooting? Does it still haunt him?
3. Tandy had a vision of Liam's hopes when they were dancing at the wedding they looted.
Liam and Tandy dance at their own wedding. They lovingly reminisce about their past and Liam says he'll always be there for Tandy — if she'll let him. They kiss. This shows us just how deeply he cares for Tandy. It also seems like, while deep down Tandy knew how Liam felt, she's more than a little shocked to see the truth.
4. Tyrone had another vision when his mom reached out to touch him during a heart-to-heart.
Adina pushes a cart through a convenience store as Tyrone and Billy run ahead of her. She tries to call them back but suddenly gunshots ring out. Adina runs after them and is confronted with her sons' gravestones. Is this fearful vision a manifestation of Adina's guilt over what happened to Billy and her anxiety that it could happen to Tyrone too? The convenience store suggests that, to Adina, not even the most everyday place is safe.
5. Tandy dove into Tyrone's psyche when a mysterious force pulled her into a vision of his twisted hopes.
Tyrone continues to make violent choices to get his revenge against Connors, which always ends in Ty's death. Finally, Tandy offers him one of her daggers. It transforms into a pair of handcuffs and Ty finally brings Connors to justice without being hurt. Could this represent Ty's deep desire to get justice for Billy? And that Tandy is someone who could help make it happen?
6. At the same time, Tyrone is confronted
with a vision of Tandy's greatest fears.
Young Tandy dances in front of a neon Roxxon sign, which electrocutes her. She then repeatedly watches from behind glass as Roxxon CEOs waterboard her father. Each time she tries to escape, she can't. Tyrone convinces her to use her powers to face her fears. Is Tyrone the person who will set Tandy free from the mysteries of the Roxxon disaster?
7. Tyrone is then pulled through to a vision
of the rundown church Tandy lives in.
A young Tandy, dressed as a priest, holds communion with a line of young men — but instead of wafers, she passes out pills. Each lines up and happily takes a pill, collapsing shortly afterwards. The last in the line is Liam, who follows suit. Is this representing Tandy's deeply held guilt over what she does to survive — drugging unsuspecting rich kids so she can steal their stuff? She must feel the same guilt over how she's exploited Liam ... like he's just another boy in the line.
8. While infiltrating the Roxxon gala, Tandy saw twisted visions of what several execs wished they could do to their belligerent boss, Peter Scarborough.
Including, but not limited to: Being served whiskey by him, mounting him on a wall like a trophy, and some more ... lascivious desires. Clearly, these visions are about power-hungry execs wanting to take everything for themselves — and they give Tandy a crucial look into the psychology of the devious Roxxon corporation.
9. Seconds down in a crucial game, Tyrone started to see the fears of his opponents as they tried to block him.
Some of the horrible visions include: A boy being beaten by his father, a boy in military fatigues crawling away from a battle, and another being beaten for snitching. Are these fears of what will happen to the other players if they don’t win the game?
10. After tracking down Peter Scarborough, Tandy looked into his terrible desires.
Peter trawls the shoreline for bundles of cash attached to the corpses of dead rig workers. One man comes out from the water still alive and Peter promptly drowns him violently. The man's helmet reads "Ivan Hess". This shows us that Peter feels no remorse for the rig explosion, right? It's like he's only concerned with the money he made off of the deaths it caused - versus the safety of not only his employees, but all of New Orleans.
What do you think Tyrone and Tandy's visions mean? Share your theories in the comments!
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