‘Devious Maids’ Season 2 (Finale) – Nick Killed The Powell’s Son | Haider Rifaat

So, it was Sunday night and I was all geared up to watch the latest episode of ‘Devious Maids’, a modern day soap opera that is a blend of mystery, drama and bits of comedy. As the season two of the show is nearing its end, there are a lot of questions that have left millions of fans puzzled, including me.

This week’s episode was intense. Season two of ‘Devious Maids’ took a whole new different turn in terms of the storyline. Marisol Suarez (Ortiz) had found the perfect life partner, Nick Deering. But after some secrets started unfolding throughout the second season, Marisol was convinced that her fiancé was keeping something from her. In yesterday’s episode, Marisol disguised herself as Opal and went on to search for some answers. After she found a cloth covered with blood and a letter in Opal’s safe deposit box, Marisol was left flabbergasted.

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The letter said, “Tragedy in Beverly Hills.” As far as my opinion is concerned, Nick is the one who killed the Powell’s son. It might have been a hit and run. Opal must have accompanied Nick when the unfortunate accident took place. Dahlia, on the other hand, could not have kept this a secret anymore and was going to expose the whole truth. As a result, she was thrown off the bridge by Opal, her girlfriend. Although, it seems quite evident that Nick killed the Powell’s son, I bet that the season two finale of ‘Devious Maids’ would have a lot more to offer to the audience. I can’t hardly wait for next week’s finale episode!

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