Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 5 spoilers: Who wants Layton dead?
Layton may have the train for now, but that may not last in Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 5. Take a look inside the episode.
Ruth didn’t turn against Layton. She trusts him, knowing that he has done the best for the people of the train. However, she also knows that Layton doesn’t have full control of the train. There are many who are against him, and he needs to figure out a way to keep them on his side.
That’s going to be difficult in the new episode. The promo is out, and we get a look at the new threat on the train. Someone wants Layton dead.
Who could it be? The obvious would be someone who wants Wilford back in charge. However, it may be a little too early for a Wilford follower to attack Layton. The initial attack looks to be at the back of the train. It’s about the Tailies, which suggest is could be one of them.
Is Pike fighting for leadership on Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 5?
Pike has never really liked Layton. He wanted to take over the train completely, while Layton wanted more of a socialist regime. He wants to cut out the classes and have everyone pitch in. Layton has never denied that this is something he wants to see. He didn’t agree with the class system.
With Pike unhappy about how things were handled, he turned to Ruth for her to take over. When she didn’t, it was clear he was upset. That means he can’t be her No. 2. So, is he going to take matters into his own hands? I wouldn’t put it past him to try to take Layton down.
However, Layton has a few other issues to deal with. One of those is the birth of his daughter. Will Zarah and their daughter survive?
Take a look at the promo and synopsis for Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 5 and get ready for the new episodes.
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What do you hope to see on the new episode? Who do you think wants Layton dead? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 5 will air on Monday at 9/8c on TNT in the U.S. It will air Tuesdays on Netflix internationally.