In the latest episode of Amazon Prime Video’s “The Power,” titled “The Day of The Girls,” the world’s governments are reeling after discovering new electrical powers in girls and unique organs in female bodies. This leads to revolution and liberation, and the episode follows several storylines.

Tunde’s Storyline in Saudi Arabia

The episode begins in Saudi Arabia, where the government has just banned the use of Power. Tunde (Toheeb Jimoh) follows the story here and finds out about a girl named Amal, who has been beaten for using her powers. He witnesses the beginnings of a revolution as females of all ages fight back against the police, electrocuting officers and causing them to retreat in fright.

The women gather a huge following, leading to a military stand-off. The protests escalated, leading to the destruction of a tank and the killing of many females. However, one mother ends the violence with a few inspired words. Tunde captures all of this on film but is warned that he is on a no-fly list and is driven to the border to avoid capture.

Allie’s Storyline at the Convent

Meanwhile, at the convent, Allie (Halle Bush) and the other girls watch an infomercial explaining the science behind their powers. Allie tests her skills, managing to manipulate and control a chicken. Sister Veronica spots Allie killing the chicken with her powers and tells Sister Maria, who thinks Allie could be a leader. Allie brings a dead bird back to life and stops a girl from fitting in, leading to the origins of their revolution. Veronica tells Allie to leave the convent immediately after using her powers, but the other girl sides with Allie instead.

Roxy’s Storyline in London

In rainy London, Roxy (Ria Zmitrowicz) struggles to grieve her mother’s passing and goes clubbing with her three half-brothers. Terry offers her drugs instead of comforting words to help her numb her pain. Re-energized by the medicines, Roxy talks about killing her mother’s remaining killer. Terry naively gives Roxy the man’s name and address. Roxy drives to the killer’s house with all three brothers’ support c, in front of him, and he denies killing her mother and punches her in the face.

This assault unleashes Roxy’s pent-up powers, and she kills the man in style, finally getting her revenge and some form of justice. The Monke family is then shot at in retaliation, and Terry is shot in action, bleeding out in the back seat. Roxy drives him back to her father’s home, distraught that her selfish actions have led to his possible death.

The Power Season 1 Episode 4 Ending Explained

The episode concludes with Roxy distraught about Terry’s possible death, but it remains uncertain whether he survives. The episode sets up further plot developments, leaving viewers eager to see what happens next.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is The Power?

The Power is a television series that airs on Prime Video. It follows a world where young girls develop electrical powers and the subsequent political and social revolution.

What happened in The Power Season 1 Episode 4?

In The Power Season 1 Episode 4, titled “The Day of The Girls,” Tunde follows a revolution in Saudi Arabia where girls protest the ban on their electrical powers. Allie tests her powers at the convent and begins to gain the trust of the other girls. Meanwhile, Roxy seeks revenge on her mother’s killer and uses her powers to kill him, leading to violent retaliation against her family.

Is The Power Season 1 Episode 4 worth watching?

If you’re a fan of The Power series or enjoy dystopian stories with a strong political message, then Season 1 Episode 4 is worth watching. It offers compelling storylines for multiple characters and sets up potential conflicts and plot points for future episodes.

Where can I watch The Power?

The Power is available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. You can stream all episodes of the series with a Prime Video subscription.

Will there be a second season of The Power?

Yes, a second season of The Power has been confirmed by Prime Video. However, no official release date has been announced yet.