Guilt Recap

Guilt Recap: Molly's Killer Revealed! Plus — Was That the Series Finale?

When Molly Ryan’s murderer confesses to his/her crime a mere 15 minutes into Monday’s (series?) finale of Guilt, you know there’s another twist coming — and the Freeform drama certainly delivered one.

Detective Bruno and his partner discover Luc’s DNA on the dead body of Jessica Marshall, leading Grace’s beau to cry that it was an accident. He, like Molly, worked at the posh sex club, and Jessica happened to like it rough, which resulted in her “not breathing.” Luc tells the authorities he had to kill Molly or she would expose the truth about Jessica’s demise. Desperate and high on drugs, he then takes his own life.

But there’s still two-thirds of the episode left, so there has to be more to the story. After the murder charges against her are dropped, Grace visits her old loft to retrieve a sweater Molly gave her. She finds more than just a warm souvenir when she gets there. Their roomie Roz is crying as she watches a lovey-dovey video of herself and Molly. Roz reveals to Grace that she and Molly were in a relationship, but Molly wishfully thought Prince Theo was going to leave his fiancée for her. Unable to live with the idea of her girlfriend loving someone else, Roz — the actual “she” Luc feared — blackmailed the French artist into killing Molly. And that’s not the end of the murderous twists! An angry and upset Grace attacks Roz, eventually knocking her out — for good?

“What did you do?” a horrified Natalie asks as her sister stands over the body, her face covered in blood.

But wait, there’s more! Molly’s brother can’t bring himself to shoot Theo, so his Irish pal takes care of business. As the prince bleeds out, his fiancée Charlotte decides it’s not worth calling for help. Elsewhere, reporter Veena discovers that Stan is her father.

What did you think of the Guilt finale? Did you guess the killer correctly?

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  1. Meredith says:

    Please cancel this insulting Amanda Knox show. The Kercher family will never have peace.

  2. Belle says:

    It was kinda fun to watch, Billy Zane was enjoyable – maybe if they do season 2 with another mystery only keeping the detectives and Zane as returning characters that’d be great!

    • Melly Mel says:

      AGREED! my faves were Billy Zane, and Det Bruno! I even liked Veena I would watch season 2 if they kept these people. I would want to know more of their future, maybe Det Bruno could be on retainer to Stan as a PI!

  3. Andrew Hass says:

    I thought it was a great season finale because we got the answer of who killed Molly and all teh questions were answered.

  4. MissEllys says:

    That was PAYOFF! I do want a renewal now!

  5. Izzy says:

    I loved this show and want another season, but I wish grace didn’t attack Roz…

  6. Teri says:

    This show was my GUILTy pleasure this year. I don’t have a lot of time to sit down and watch a show so viewed on the App. If they pick it up for Season 2 the writing will get better and so will the acting. I hope they do.

  7. Lissa mccoy says:

    PLEASE RENEW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. meh says:

    This show could and should have been done without such an overt reference to real people. Amanda Knox was declared factually innocent (not just not guilty) by the Italian Supreme Court. Independent forensic review ordered by the court discredited any forensic evidence alleged by the prosecution. And the European Court of Human Rights is investigating the prosecution for human rights violations. The daily threats and harassment she still gets, largely from europeans, is only made worse when writers invent a fictional scenario that throws out the certainty of “her” innocence.

    I hope no one involved in this show ever has to fight a rabid tabloid press and corrupted prosecution to keep their innocent teen child from being locked away for 28 years in a foreign country.

    But then, of course, the writers of this show must have been hoping that they would be able to leverage for ratings the outrage people feel when they comment on articles about the case. Mission sadly accomplished.

  9. Joe Heise says:

    Guilt was the best show ever!