Locke & Key Season 2: Hallea Jones And Griffin Spill Teases Season 2

There was a game-changing twist in Locke & Key’s season one finale: Dodge isn’t dead. It turns out Gabe is Dodge. Gabriel and Eden have formed a partnership and are keeping it a secret from the rest of the world. Hallea Jones and Griffin Gluck now discuss Gabe’s new demon infected Eden and its unleashed havoc in Season 2.

Griffin says Eden and Hallea do not get along well as Gabe is a lone wolf, just like Eden, who constantly crashes each other’s plans. The two of them are having some tension, but we can see a lot of misbehavior this season. People can see everything from awful things to amazing things, and all for fun.

Locke & Key Season 2: Hallea Jones And Griffin Spill Teases Season 2
Locke & Key Season 2: Hallea Jones And Griffin Spill Teases Season 2

Gabriel is not very well managed by Eden and Gabe, according to Hallea. Griffin, on the other hand, is correct in stating that Eden and Gabe have enormous egos.

Both of them crave power. She has this bizarre interaction with Gabe because he is an Echo: ‘Well, I don’t want to follow you around anymore.’ ‘Well, I’m going to kill you if you don’t,’ he answers. ‘Oh, okay,’ she replies. I had a great time.

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The truth about Gabe’s true identity appears to be a secret to almost no one, including Kinsey. Griffin admitted that audience members would have a lot of fun watching him keep the rules up. Mainly because of how small the town is. Everyone knows everyone.”

The issue with Eden, to Hallea, is her extraordinary life calling, whether it is through supernatural means or not. Hallea believes Eden was simply on the road to her wonderful life calling.

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Having Eden’s demon situation occur to her during the first season reminded Hallea that Eden had already been a demon. This allowed her to unleash everything she wanted.

Hallea tends to get entrapped in chaos and trouble. Hallea describes Eden’s frenzy in season 1 as dangerous, which is more entertaining.

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