Moon Knight Episode 5 finally answers one of the biggest questions about the Disney Plus show. Major spoilers ahead – if you haven’t watched the last episode, go back now!
How Oscar Isaac Mark Spector developed his alternate character Steven Grant has been a mystery since the series began. Although the two appear frequently throughout the series, Episode 4 marked the first time both characters have appeared on screen at the same time, and continued through Episode 5.
In this episode, Taveret tells Mark and Steven that they must explore their past in order to safely travel through the Egyptian afterlife. Also, a dark incident from Mark’s childhood comes to light: we learn that he had a younger brother who drowned while exploring a cave together, and Mark’s mother blamed him for the accident.
In a disturbing flashback, we see Mark’s mother trying to break into his room, and Mark turns into his Steven character, a character inspired by the Indiana Jones style adventure movie in Episode 4. Mark then explained that Stevens was unaware of the abuse “on the hour” and that Steven would live a “happy, simple, normal life.” However, Steven is angry because his life has been a lie.
The episode ends with Steven trapped in the afterlife, which has disrupted the internet considerably, so it remains to be seen whether he can escape and whether Mark can help stop Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow in the final episode.
You can check out our Moon Knight release schedule to find out exactly when the ending falls in your time zone, and in the meantime, check out our ultimate Marvel Phase 4 guide for everything else the MCU has in store for us. If you haven’t already, sign up for Disney Plus here.
Moon Knight episode 5 finally explains one of the show’s biggest mysteries
Moon Knight episode 5 has finally answered one of the Disney Plus show’s biggest questions. Major spoilers ahead – turn back now if you haven’t seen the latest episode!
Since the beginning of the series, how Oscar Isaac’s Marc Spector developed his alternate personality Steven Grant has been a mystery. While the duo have both appeared regularly throughout the show, episode 4 marked the first time both characters appeared onscreen at the same time – and that continued in episode 5.
In the episode, Taweret tells both Marc and Steven that they have to explore their pasts to pass safely through the Egyptian afterlife. In the process, a dark event from Marc’s childhood is revealed. We learn that he had a younger brother who drowned when they went cave exploring together, and Marc’s mother blamed him for the accident.
In one disturbing flashback, we see Marc’s mother try to force her way into his bedroom – and Marc switches to his Steven personality, who is inspired by the Indiana Jones-style adventure film seen in episode 4. Marc then explains that “the whole point” of Steven is to not know about the abuse, and that Steven got to live a “happy, simple, normal life.” Steven, though, is upset that his life has been a lie.
The episode ends with Steven trapped in the afterlife – which has greatly upset the internet – so it remains to be seen if he’ll be able to escape and help Marc stop Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow in the final episode.
You can check out our Moon Knight release schedule to find out when exactly the finale drops in your time zone, and in the meantime, see our ultimate guide to Marvel Phase 4 for everything else the MCU has in store for us. If you’re not signed up already, subscribe to Disney Plus here.
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