Bad Sisters Episode 5 Recap and Ending Explained

“Bad Sisters” continues the Garvey family’s plot against John Paul Williams in episode 5. The episode titled “Eye for an Eye” shows Bibi leading the charge against John Paul and preparing another plan to murder her brother-in-law. Becka is struggling with her feelings towards Matthew. The sisters strike again against John Paul, perhaps their most horrific yet. Viewers will be curious about John Paul’s fate as well as the motivations of the sisters. Here’s everything you need about episode 5 of “Bad Sisters”! SPOILERS BEFORE!

Bad Sisters Episode 5 Review

The fifth episode, entitled ‘Eye for an Eye, opens in the present, with Matthew and Thomas arriving at Bibi’s house for interrogation. Bibi and Matthew ask Bibi about John Paul’s death, but they are interrupted by Bibi’s wife, who openly declares that John Paul had been a bad husband and should have died. Matthew becomes uncomfortable when Becka arrives at their home. Thomas’ wife, Becka, arrives at their home and worries about her husband’s well-being. She also tells Matthew about the letter that their father left.

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Matthew becomes angry after reading the letter and confronts Thomas. The elder brother revealed that his father had planned his death and didn’t die from an accidental overdose. He was a fraud and spent the money of his clients year after year. The duo’s father was a con artist and never filed insurance on his client. The Claffins are now in legal and financial trouble due to his death. Matthew is depressed after the fight with Thomas and visits Becka.

The flashbacks show the sisters considering a new plan to kill John Paul. They try to avoid John Paul’s birthday party until Bibi spots an opportunity to kill him at that party. Grace is a dancer in the hope of getting some personal time. John Paul manipulates the events to make Grace regret her actions. John Paul, on the other hand, secretly chats to Roger by pretending that he is a child named Oscar. John Paul continues to suspect Roger of being a pedophile, but he doesn’t have any evidence. The Garvey sisters discover a crack in John Paul’s skull and could use this weakness to kill him at his paintball birthday party. Bibi, however, has second thoughts.

Bad Sisters Episode 5: Why Does Bibi Want To Kill John Paul?

Slowly, the series explores John Paul’s vendetta against his brother-in-law, the Garvey sisters. Episodes 1 and 2 reveal John Paul’s involvement in Eva and Ursula’s personal lives, his misguiding of Becka, which leaves Becka broke, and his abuse of Grace. These incidents change John Paul’s perspective and eventually come together to kill him to save their sister from suffering. Bibi is the one who invents the idea of killing John Paul. Eva is recruited to the cause by her sister, Bibi. She is the first to promote the idea. Soon other sisters join the fray and plot against John Paul. In the fifth episode, Bibi’s motive to kill John Paul is revealed, and her apparent hatred for him.

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The episode shows Bibi trying to parent her son. She becomes sad when her son tells her that he gets mocked at school for only having one child. He then targets John Paul’s practice of murder. Bibi manages to regain control of her life by drawing on John Paul’s tragic past. Flashbacks reveal that John Paul and Bibi were in a car accident which caused Bibi’s loss of one eye. She hates John Paul and considers him responsible for her condition.

In the episode’s final act, the Garvey sisters gather for John Paul’s paintball birthday party. Bibi intends to use the game to try and shoot through John Paul’s skull. The sisters are effectively killed without anyone being suspicious. Their plan is thwarted when John Paul chooses to play another game. Bibi attempts to shoot John Paul, but she improvises. She accidentally shoots one employee and injures his eye. The episode ends with Bibi’s plot failing, and her quest for revenge gives her an ironic self-reflection moment in which she must face the consequences.

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