Adora provides Chief Vickery with a key piece of evidence in the Ann Nash murder case; Richard probes for details about Camille’s dark past; John’s girlfriend, Ashley, looks to make news for herself; Amma bonds with Camille during and after a wild party.
Despite a potential serial killer on the loose in the community, Wind Gap residents gather for Calhoun Day, an annual southern-pride festival hosted by Adora on the grounds of her house. As Amma and her friends act out a traditional play depicting the sacrifices made by the wife of a Confederate soldier, Adora shares some confidences with Richard that may impact his relationship with Camille.
As HBO’s Sharp Objects continues to expose the many secrets of Wind Gap, Missouri, one thing has become perfectly clear. The majority of the residents conform to Adora Crellin’s (Patricia Clarkson) way of doing things and those few who don’t are often either shunned or eliminated altogether. This week Adora fired one man—Taylor John Smith’s John Keene—and threatened another—Matt Craven’s Chief Vickery—effortlessly flexing her control over the town. On this week’s episode of Vanity Fair’s companion podcast, Still Watching, everyone’s favorite Wind Gap rebel, Elizabeth Perkins a.k.a. Jackie O’Neele, explains how her loud, brash, boozy character may be the key to unlocking the show’s many mysteries.
Towards the end of “Ripe,” Chief Vickery visited Jackie’s house to get some background information on Camille (Amy Adams). While the old family friend may have stayed quiet in the moment, audiences can bet there is a lot going unsaid. “Jackie knows everything that’s gone on in the [Crellin] house, what’s going on in the house,” Perkins tells Still Watching co-host Richard Lawson. “She absolutely knows everything.” Continue Reading
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Golden Globe and Emmy nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins has distinguished herself with an eclectic mix of roles over the span of her career. Her critically acclaimed performance in Weeds as Celia Hodes earned her Golden Globe and Emmy nominations in 2006 and 2007 for Best Supporting Actress.
Elizabeth as Ann Moody 2019-2020 | Comedy
Centers on the Moodys, including Sean Sr, his wife Ann and their three grown children and an assorted mix of extended family members who gather for the holidays with each packing his/her own eccentricities and complications.
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