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Pandemoniumcollective

ABOUT US

Pandemonium Collective is a magazine

that centers around the motto: For

Teens, By Teens. Our editors come from

High Schools in St Lucie County Florida,

but our magazine is for teens

everywhere. We focus on providing a

safe space for the community to become

informed on current events, and to tune

into some of their favorite topics. At

Pandemonium, we focus on finding unity

within the chaos of society. Our name is

also a fun play on words, as our

magazine was founded throughout the

Pandemic. Today, young voices are

rarely given a platform for their

opinions and concerns, we seek to fix

this problem and create a future that

transcends through creativity,

individuality, and unity.


C O N T E N T S

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MODEL: SHANNON MACGREGOR

6

MEET THE TEAM

7

NEW MEMBERS

10

CLAY TUTORIAL!

13

BUY YOURSELF JOY!

14

INTRO TO TAROT

17

HOUSE BILL 5

18

SHOP HERE!

19

SCREEN TIME


C O N T E N T S

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MODEL: TALIA BOCK 21

HOUSE PLANTS

24

INVASION OF THE

PORTUGUESE MAN

O'WAR

26

SENIOR

ANNOUNCEMENT

27

JUNIOR

ANNOUNCEMENT

28

COLLEGE INTERVIEWS

30

HIGH SCHOOL

LESSONS

33

ART GALLERY

35

RECIPES

39

LONELINESS IS A SIN

41

EUPHORIA FINALE

PREDICTIONS


MEET THE TEAM

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: TALIA BOCK

ASSISTANT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:

AMANDA MESSINA

SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER: ZOE

BROOKER

WEBSITE DESIGNER: JAIDEN MAGNAN

ACADEMIC EDITOR: HERLANDA

MARCELIN

ARTS EDITOR: NICOLE BELTRAN

ENVIRONMENTAL EDITOR: ZOE

BROOKER

GRAPHIC DESIGNER: TIFFANY VU

GRAPHIC DESIGNER: EWAN RENN

PHOTOSHOOT DIRECTOR: TALIA

BOCK

PHOTOSHOOT DIRECTOR: SHANNON

MACGREGOR

LEAD PHOTOGRAPHER: SHANNON

MACGREGOR

ART DIRECTOR: AMANDA MESSINA

ART DIRECTOR: TALIA BOCK

GRAMMATICAL EDITOR: STEPHANIE

OJITO

PRODUCTION MANAGER: TALIA

BOCK

WARDROBE DIRECTOR: TALIA

BOCK

WRITER: STEPHANIE OJITO

WRITER: HERLANDY MARCELIN

WRITER: AMANDA MESSINA

WRITER: TALIA BOCK

WRITER: NICOLE BELTRAN

WRITER: HERLANDA MARCELIN

WRITER: ZOE BROOKER

WRITER: STEPHANIE OJITO

WRITER: SHANNON

MACGREGOR

WRITER: SOFIA TOVAR


Pandemonium Collective is far from finished when it

comes to reaching our ultimate goal of unity,

individuality and creativity. It is our hope that this

digital magazine will continue to be a uniting platform

for teens for years to come. However, our staff will be

changing within the coming months. As our seniors

prepare for the next chapter of their life,

Pandemonium Collective is excited to slowly start

introducing our junior team. Our junior team will grow

to be the face of Pandemonium, and we know you will

love them just as much as we do!


THANK YOU PANDEMONIUM READERS!


MEET YOUR NEXT EDITOR-IN- CHIEF

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MODELS: AMANDA MESSINA AND TALIA BOCK

Hi, I'm Amanda Messina! I'm sixteen years old and a Junior at

Treasure Coast Highschool. My favorite subjects are history and

science specifically revolving around the environment and its

preservation. I enjoy traveling, learning about new cultures and

religions, and crystal collecting. I'm really excited to be working

with Talia and Pandemonium Collective because it provides a

creative space and outlet for teenagers to discuss important topics.

However, I'm most excited to promote the magazine and include

more teens as it grows!


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MODEL: STEPHANIE OJITO


CLAY CREATIONS

Nicole Beltran

Hi everyone! Happy Valentines Day! For this month’s

edition, I would like to share with you all a tutorial

on friendship charms! What better way to express

your love and appreciation this Valentine's season

than with a BFF necklace, bracelet, keychain, etc.

Stay tuned to learn how to create a BFF donut

charm!

The basic materials that you will need are cutting and circular

tools, paint (optional), glaze (optional), an oven, and a variety of

clay colors.


For the base of the donut, roll the tan clay piece into a circular

shape and then flatten it out. Use the circular tool to create an

opening in the center of the flattened piece.

Repeat this process for the

frosting of the donut but this time,

take your circular tool and create

a sequence of dents within the

clay to achieve a dripping effect.

Place the frosting onto the donut and line up the opening.

Then slice the donut in half.

Take your variety of colors and roll them

out to cut small rectangular pieces.

These will go on top of the frosting to

create sprinkles! When you adjust to

your liking, place the donut in the oven

and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for

about ten to fifteen minutes.


FINAL PRODUCT...

Once it is done baking, you can use paint to create a face! This is

completely optional and could also just be accomplished with

clay. Personally, I have found it much simpler to work with paint

to create facial features rather than using clay but there is no

wrong way! After, you can glaze your creation for a glossy and

neat finish!

I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial. This

donut charm is the perfect way to

express your love this Valentine's

season… Food and art all in one!


And They Say Money Doesn’t Buy You

Happiness…

While it may be true that money doesn’t buy ultimate

happiness, material things can still bring about joy….

Shocking I know. Spending time with your family or friends

might bring about happiness, but so does receiving that

long-awaited package in the mail! Life is a journey full of

constant roadblocks and obstacles, its okay to treat

yourself to those small things in life that make you jump

with for joy!

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MODEL: AMANDA MESSINA


HIDDEN MYSTERIES: A GUIDE FOR

BEGINNERS IN TAROT

By: Amanda Messina

BRIEF HISTORY

Tarot Cards were initially popularized in the late fourteenth century as

playing cards. They regained notoriety in the mid-1400s when Royal families

would pay to personalize decks as a display of wealth. It wasn't until the late

sixteenth century that Tarot cards were used for divination, granted it was

much simpler because it was still developing as a practice.

CONNECTING WITH YOUR DECK

When choosing a deck, its important you get one that calls to you and grabs

your attention most. Every object and living being radiates energy; with that

being said, it's important that your deck is familiar with your energy. There

are various ways to intertwine your energies, including sleeping with it under

your pillow, meditating with it, and carrying it around with you. \I would also

recommend cleansing your deck with incense like Frankincense or crystals

like selenite. After about a week of becoming comfortable with each other's

presences, an interview spread can be done. By doing so, you can learn about

your deck's personality, motives, and methods.

using your deck

Tarot cards are typically used for advice

and to gain access to knowledge you

wouldn't normally have. Most decks differ

and come with a guidebook; reading out of

the bool helps, but your interpretations are

what matter. The guidebooks provide a

variety of spreads that you can practice

using.


maintenance of a deck


A deck needs to be cleansed periodically. This

ensures your readings are correct. There's a

variety of ways to cleanse a deck including incense,

chimes, music, rearranging and organizing your

deck in order, or using selenite. I also suggest

playing music or lighting a candle while doing

readings it sets a calm ambiance. Readings can be

done as often as you like, some people doing a daily

reading.


Overall, Tarot is a fun hobby, you can do readings with

your friends and show your family. I enjoy the surprises

I get when a card relates exactly to what I'm

experiencing, it never gets old.


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MODEL: DAISY NOTO


HB-5

TALIA BOCK

What’s Going On?

A new abortion bill was just recently passed by the Florida

house. It will now head to the Florida Senate.

What Does this Mean?

The bill is looking to ban abortions past the 15-week

mark, with no exceptions for rape, incest, or human

trafficking. The bill states that the only exceptions to an

abortion past the 15-week period is if the mother’s life is in

danger, or if the fetus has fatal abnormalities, and even

then, these conditions must be confirmed by two different

doctors.

Despite protest from house democrats and proposals

which amended the bill to provide exceptions for rape,

incest or human trafficking, the debate over the bill lasted

a mere 6 hours and ended in a near party line vote of 78-

39.

So, what Now?

The bill is now going to the senate where it will then wait

approval from the governor if passed. Governor DeSantis

has previously pledged support for the bill and has

mentioned that he sees no problem with a Pro-Life

centered government.

The fate of Roe V Wade now hangs upon a single string,

dangling above a dark abyss that sees no light regarding

the fate of Women’s rights.

As many of us turn 18, approach 18, or know others that

are 18, it is time to vote. We have the ability to vote on our

elected representatives; we need to elect those who will

give women the right to choose!


FASHION BRANDS TO

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I’m sure you, like many others, have found yourself alone,

beyond boredom with nothing other than your phone, and

whilst our phones do seem to soak up an abundance of our

time, even Tik Tok, Snapchat, endless hours of music, or

online shopping start to feel redundant at a certain point.

The funny thing is, a few years ago I never EVER found

myself becoming bored on my phone and I think that has a

lot to do with the fact that games used to occupy a lot

more space on my device. So, I’ve decided to try out some

newer games and revisit some of the old ones that I used

to love… and no, I’m not encouraging more screen time, I’m

just suggesting something to pass the time when your

teacher finishes the lesson early or you’re stuck in the car

for another five hours.


Below is a list of some of

the games I recommend

when you need a little

something to get through

your boredom.


Twisted Wonderland

Wordle

2048

Wordscapes

Emoji Blitz

Lucky Pusher


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MODEL: KAILEE LARMON


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MODEL: SHANNON MACGREGOR


THE BENEFITS OF

HOUSE PLANTS

AMANDA MESSINA

House plants are a great way to decorate your cozy home while still

bringing life and energy into your space. They’re extremely beneficial

and have multiple mental and physical health advantages! My favorite

part about having house plants is simply the beauty of them.


Common house plants and succulents have the easiest care, as

someone who struggles with maintaining tasks I’ve been able to care

for my plants effectively and consistently for three years and have

even added to my collection throughout the years! I enjoy taking care

of my plants and indoor gardening because it gives me a sense of

purpose outside school and extracurriculars. Most people think it’s a

messy and diligent process to take care of plants but it just needs

minimal requirements like being watered every two weeks and placed

in indirect sunlight. Once you inform yourself on the proper care

specific plants need it’s astonishingly easy and you get to watch

them triple in size and grow with you.


BENEFITS

The mental benefits of house plants are

extensive, plants have been proven to lower

anxiety levels, especially through the process

of indoor gardening. Since starting indoor

gardening I’ve been able to gauge a sense of

responsibility that doesn’t overwhelm me and

lowers my stress instead of making it worse.

I’ve also noticed an increase in air quality

that isn’t present in rooms without house

plants.

The difference is notable because air can feel

denser or heavier without house plants to filter

through the Carbon Dioxide. Additionally, they

can make you feel accomplished and increase

your productivity, something as simple as

watering your plants can be a source of

satisfaction that can end periods of sadness

and unproductivity. It can also get you used to

routine-based hobbies making you more aware

of time and dates.


RECOMMENDATIONS

I have a variety of plants and succulents with limited care. I tend

to gravitate towards succulents like Jade plants/Money Tree

plants, Silver dollar plants, the string of buttons, Copportone

Sedum, and Moonstones just to name a few which follow the

same watering schedule and need the same amount of sunlight. As

for house plants I love vines and climbers, especially in my room,

my favorites include Golden Pothos “The Devils Ivy” and Monstera

Deliciosa “The Swiss Cheese Plant”.

HOUSE PLANTS ARE TRULY BEAUTIFUL AND DELICATE BEINGS

THAT ARE REFLECTIVE OF YOUR ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH. ITS

IMPORTANT OBTAIN ACCOMADATIONS THAT"LL IMPROVE YOUR

STATE OF MIND AND LIVING AND HOUSE PLANTS ARE AN AMAZING

WAY TO ACHEIVE THAT


INVASION OF THE PORTUGUESE MAN O’ WAR

ZOE BROOKER

If you live on the east coast of the United States, from

Florida to South Carolina, then you have probably come

across washed up jellyfish along the shore in the spring

and summer months. One of the most commonly misidentified

organisms that wash onto the shore are Portuguese Man o’

War. Many people believe that these organisms are

jellyfish but they are an entirely different group of

animals, with similarities to jellyfish. Man o’ War float

on the top of the water and travel by wind and ocean

currents: a key difference to jellyfish.

As I was walking along the beach in February, I found an

abundance of washed-up infant Man O’ War along the east

coast of Hutchinson Island, Florida. Within 2 weeks, there

has been an increasing amount of Man o’ War that get

pushed onto shore from the tide and end up desiccating

(but be careful, their tentacles can still sting you

months after the organism has died.)


The increase in the presence of these organisms

could be attributed to the strong offshore winds

that the east coast has been getting for the last

couple of weeks. Since Man o' War float on the top

of the water, they can easily be pushed onto shore

during high tide and have no way of getting back

into the ocean. It’s a good thing that

reproduction of this organism creates hundreds of

spawns because many small, infant Man o’ Wars are

dying on the beach but the overall population of

this species is in good shape.

Since these deadly animals are becoming abundant

on the water's edge, be aware of where you’re

stepping and swimming this spring and summer. The

best option is to swim in areas that have a

lifeguard so you don’t accidentally encounter one.

Information from:

US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic

and Atmospheric Administration. “What Is a

Portuguese Man o' War?” NOAA's National Ocean

Service, 6 July 2015,

https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/portugueseman-o-war.html.


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College Interviews

Whether you’re a junior, senior or even just entering high

school, you’re bound to endure the stress of college

interviews… yet the funny thing is, this doesn’t have to be

a nerve-wracking process. Whilst interviews are often

used to evaluate the student, they aren’t an interrogation,

but rather an exploration of character. College Admission

Office’s want students who aren’t robots; they’re looking

for candidates who are whole heartedly passionate and

excited about what they do and who they are.

Although I wouldn’t call myself an

expert on the interview process,

turn to the next page for a few

tips that I’ve accumulated along

the way, and a few common

questions you should be prepared

for!

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MODEL: AMANDA MESSINA


N T E R V I E W T I P S A N D

I

U E S T I O N S

Q

·Just be yourself. This sounds cheesy but remember, the

college already has your application; they already know your

grades and test scores, now just let your personality shine

through.

·Have questions and take the opportunity to get to know

about the school. This isn’t just about the college seeing if

you’re a good fit for them, it’s also your opportunity to see if

the school is a good fit for you. From personal experience, I

lost interest in what I thought to be my “Dream School” after I

got talking with my interviewer and realized that the campus

vibe just wasn’t what I was looking for.

·Don’t over prepare!!! This is a big one. Of course, you should

prep for you interview and get comfortable answering and

asking questions, but over preparing can result in sounding

robotic or extremely rehearsed.

Common Questions

·Tell me a bit about yourself

·Can you tell me a bit about what you consider to be your most

meaningful activity throughout school?

·How would others describe you? Why?

·What’s your favorite book and why?

·If you could have a conversation with one person living or

dead, who would it be? Why?


MOST IMPORTANT LESSON

FROM HIGH SCHOOL

HERLANDY MARCELIN

I asked a selection of high school seniors the most

important lesson they learned throughout their schooling

career that they have used or will use later in life. Below are

the responses that I received.

Hannah: “To not depend on anybody else to get you where

you want to be; you got to do it yourself.”

Rosemary: “What I’ve learned in high school is your better off

alone.”

Herlanda: “I’ve learned that change is good, and sometimes

you have to fail to actually succeed.”

Alize: “One thing I’ve learned in high school is if you’re

already late, you might as well stop to get breakfast.”

Maria Emilia: “The most important thing in high school that

I’ve learned is to take care of yourself, to put yourself first in

every single situation… Put your mental health first, put your

own self-image first, everything about yourself first before

you want anything academic.”


Brianna: “Not to trust people, even when you think they’re

your friends.”

Richie: “The value of corporation and teamwork.”

Lucia: “Is to be true to yourself, you don’t have to see

validation from other people... or to get other people to

like you. Be true to yourself because that’s how you gain

more friend types, that’s how you gain more relationships

and a really great relationship with yourself.”


Finally, the last quote will be from me, a freshman.


“I feel like personally, the best thing you can learn is to

not expect success. You can’t be perfect at every second

of every day; you will fall short at some point in your life,

that being in your academic or personal life. What matters

most is getting back up and fighting for what you want.”


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PHOTOGRAPHY

MODEL: STEPHANIE

OJITO


ART GALLERY

SHANNON MACGREGOR

The painting featured on the left is named “La Jeune Fille au

Bouquet” which translates to “Young Girl with Bouquet”. The artist

Émile Théodore Frandsen, was a French-danish painter who lived

from the years 1902-to 1969. This painting became famous after

being used as the cover art for the album,

“Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs” was created by the

band Derek and the Dominos which was led by rock legend

Eric Clapton. The painting was originally gifted to Clapton by

the artist’s son, while the band stayed at his home. The girl in

the painting is widely known as “Layla” which was a hit song on

the album. Émile Théodore Frandsen was an incredible artist

and has many beautiful paintings similar to “La Jeune Fille au

Bouquet”.


These pieces were both created by contemporary

artist Aya Takano. Takano is a 45-year-old,

Japanese artist. She most often uses oil paint and

colored pencil for her creations. Her art displays

dreamlike images and creates a sense of wonder

in viewers. I am a big fan of her large portfolio.



This piece of art has been named

“Can’t Help Myself” and is on display

at the Guggenheim Museum.The

piece was created by Sun Yuan &

Peng Yu. The industrial robotic arm,

is tasked which the job of to keeping

a large puddle of dark red liquid

contained. The arm is in a

continuous loop of constantly having

to clean the liquid while in turn

making more of a mess in its efforts

to clean. The art is a clever and

interesting display of how as the

name suggests one just can’t help

themselves.


Valentines Day Treats: Chocolate Covered

Strawberries

Sofia Tovar

Ingredients:

• Regular or white baking chocolate

• Food coloring

• Sprinkles

• Firm Strawberries

Colander

• Microwave Safe Bowl

• Food coloring (optional)

• Parchment Paper lined baking

sheet


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PHOTOGRAPHY

MODEL: SHANNON

MACGREGOR

Baking Directions:

1. Gather your strawberries in a colander to wash, then dry them

thoroughly (chocolate sticks better on dry strawberries)

2. Put baking chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, then microwave

for 30 seconds. Stir the melted chocolate, then place back in

microwave until completely melted. Occasionally stirring the

chocolate helps keep it smooth.

3. If using food coloring, place a few drops in the melted chocolate

and stir until satisfied.

4. Dip each strawberry into the melted chocolate, twisting to

completely cover it.

5. Place the chocolate-covered strawberry onto a parchment

paper-lined baking sheet.

6. Drizzle a different color chocolate on top of the dipped

strawberries or add sprinkles if desired.

7. Place in the fridge, NOT the freezer, and enjoy!


Bake the white cake mix according to the boxed

1.

(preferably in a larger pan to cut shortcake

instructions

evenly)

squares

After it’s baked, cool it off in fridge. Then, cut the cake

2.

1 inch squares.

into

Rinse and cut the leaves off of the strawberries.

3.

Put cake squares and strawberries on the skewer

4.

at the end will hold the cake together).

(strawberries

Put baking chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, then

5.

for 30 seconds. Stir the melted chocolate,

microwave

place back in microwave until completely melted.

then

stirring the chocolate helps keep it smooth.

Occasionally

Drizzle the chocolate on top of the kebobs, refrigerate,

6.

enjoy :)

and

Strawberry shortcake kebobs

Sofia Tovar

INGREDIENTS

• Boxed white cake mix

• Strawberries (or other fruit of your choice)

• White baking chocolate

• Skewers

•Large Pan

• Microwave safe bowl

DIRECTIONS:


Mini Heart Cakes

SOFIA TOVAR

INGREDIENTS

• Boxed cake mix

• Stick of butter

• 4 eggs

• 1 cup of milk

• 2 cups of heavy cream

• ½ cup powdered sugar

• 2 tsp vanilla

• Raspberries


DIRECTIONS:

1. Bake a cake according to the instructions on the box,

but replace water with milk, replace vegetable oil with

butter, and add an extra egg.

2. Cut heart-shaped mini cakes out of the finished cake,

either using heart-shaped cutters or a knife.

3. Make the whipped cream frosting by mixing heavy

cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla.

4. Decorate the perimeter of two heart cakes with whipped

cream dots, then stick them on top of each other.

5. Fill in the plain center of the top cake with raspberries,

and enjoy :)


LONELINESS IS A SIN

STEPHANIE OJITO

You’re stuck in a black box. Completely dark inside. Every day, a

shimmer of light sneaks in through some crack you can’t seem to find.

It never settles on the same spot of the room, that would be too easy.

You chase after this light, knowing if you could catch it, your world

would fit into place, even for a moment. So you chase, you run, you

sprint, you race across the room. It expands for you, makes itself

bigger, turns, flips, folds, spins, because the room is working against

you. It knows that once you reach that light, you won’t need it

anymore.

So you chase and chase endlessly until that light disappears again,

like the other 6,357. Everyday since you were born, that light has

come into that room, taunted you with false hope. At the end, every

time, you stumble over an invisible rock, and you fall on your face. No

matter how fast you glance up, that light vanishes. You spend the next

hours waiting for the next day, hoping for another chance, no matter

how stupid it is.

You’re never fed, yet you remain alive. Brittle, weak, small, bony, but

alive. Another way that room makes fun of you. Knowing you will

never be able to keep running after the stumble, over that invisible

obstacle with your frail body.

You may never have a way out. You may catch that light next time, or

maybe never. That light, its hope, but more specifically, the people in

your life who manage to reach a hand in, in the form of the light, and

lift you for a breather, even for a small amount. To give you enough

confidence to face the world around you and not back down. Just

enough to remember yourself.


It only lasts seconds. Months in human time. It is never enough.

Everytime, you are dropped, everytime someone lets go, you crash

back in and you don't look for the light the next day, maybe because it

simply doesn't show. Because this time you have crashed too hard,

too far, your rescuer couldn't stick around.

You want to come out. By yourself. Without anyone's help. But you are

not strong enough. So you will continue to give the sidewalk to the

other person, while you walk in the grass. Move your shopping cart

from next to you to the other side of the aisle, so the tiny child running

after her mother has enough space, so you’re not intruding, so you’re

not in her way. You will continue to be a pushover, you will continue to

not meet anyone in the eye. You will phrase your words to what others

may enjoy hearing, you won't be rude, even when they are. Because

you are not strong enough to face the world alone.


EUPHORIA FINALE THEORIES

THEORY 1: Previous episodes displayed Faye's boyfriends

Custer cooperating with the police and making it known

to Faye that he is working with them. One can only

wonder what he can offer the police... it's theorized that

Custer is working to set up Fezco and Ashtray to distract

the police and frame Fezco for dealing. That'll lead to a

series of events where Fezco is arrested and sentenced to

jail while Ashtray is sent to Juvenile detention or put into

the foster care system.

THEORY 2: Ashtray stabs Custer because he believes that

Custer is working against Fezco and him...this would

explain the blood we see on Fez's shirt in the previous

episode. Before anybody has time to act, the police barge

in, as they were already planning to raid the house, and

they see a lifeless Custer. It is possible that Fezco takes

the blame for the murder, which explains why we see

him on the ground in the episode's trailer. This would

lead to Fezco being arrested and Faye being left to take

care of Ashtray.

These are just a few of our theories, we can't wait to see

what actually happens in the Season 2 finale!


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