In a shocking twist that left fans of “Only Murders in the Building” on the edge of their seats, the beloved series bid farewell to Season 3 with a jaw-dropping finale that has set the stage for an exciting Season 4.
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The show has always been known for its quirky characters and intriguing murder mysteries, but Season 3 took an unexpected turn by making a fan-favorite character, Sazz, the center of attention in the closing moments. As Charles, Oliver, and Mabel celebrated their victory in solving the murder of Ben Glenroy, Sazz, Charles’ loyal friend and stunt double, became an unwitting victim.
What makes this choice truly remarkable is that, for the first time in the series, the victim is someone the audience genuinely cares about. Sazz has been a sporadic presence since the show’s inception, but her endearing bond with Charles and her ability to stir up some discomfort in him has made her a standout character. Her involvement with murderer Jan added layers to her character and showcased her unconventional decisions.
This departure from the norm is a breath of fresh air for the show, especially considering the somewhat lukewarm reception of Season 3’s primary victim, Ben Glenroy. Many fans found it challenging to invest in his murder since it seemed disconnected from the Arconia, the iconic apartment complex that serves as a character in itself. Previous seasons delved deep into the Arconia’s history, and Sazz’s death promises a return to this beloved setting.
While it’s unclear whether Sazz’s death is directly related to the Arconia, the fact that it occurred within the complex is promising. The shooting, initially targeting Charles but hitting Sazz instead in the pitch-black apartment, raises intriguing questions that will undoubtedly fuel Season 4’s mystery. Could this be linked to the mysterious poisoning of Oliver’s dog in the first season? Fans can’t wait to find out.
Moreover, Sazz’s demise takes the series to new emotional heights. Viewers have grown attached to her character over the years, and Jane Lynch’s portrayal of Sazz has been nothing short of delightful. The trio’s personal connection with Sazz adds a layer of complexity and intensity to their quest for the truth. This time, it’s not just about solving a murder; it’s personal, and the stakes are higher than ever before.
In conclusion, the decision to make Sazz the focal point of the Season 3 finale was a bold move that has injected new life into “Only Murders in the Building.” Fans can’t wait to see how this shocking cliffhanger will be resolved in Season 4. As we bid adieu to Sazz, we eagerly anticipate a return to the Arconia and the thrilling mysteries that await in the next installment of this beloved series.