[Warning: This story contains major spoilers about Monday's episode of The Following. Read at your own risk!]
R.I.P. Emma Hill.
The protégé, lover and literal partner-in-crime of Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) on The Following met a gruesome end on the penultimate episode of Season 2 Monday, when she was killed by Joe's vengeful ex-wife Claire (Natalie Zea). And according to actress Valorie Curry, those who are wondering if Emma isn't actually dead shouldn't get their hopes up.
"They really wanted to drive the point home," Curry tells TVGuide.com. "It's so funny, because people are on Twitter like, 'She's just in a coma! Maybe she's alive.' I'm like, she was stabbed, she was thrown out a window, and then staked like a vampire. There's no coming back from impaling."
Ryan Hardy and Joe Carroll are finally coming face-to-face.
The two nemeses have a showdown at the Korban compound on Monday's episode of The Following, where Ryan (Kevin Bacon) attempts to kidnap Joe (James Purefoy).
It's fitting that the season premiere of Fox's The Following was titled "Resurrection," because that's been the theme this season. First, the presumed-dead Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) was revealed to be alive, and last week, we learned that Joe's wife Claire (Natalie Zea), who appeared to have been fatally stabbed in the Season 1 finale, has actually been hiding out in witness protection.
Joe Carroll is alive — and now everyone knows it.
Carroll (James Purefoy) announced his presence in a grandiose (and bloody!) fashion on Monday's episode of The Following, sending Emma (Valorie Curry) and other followers to murder random patrons at a signing for Carrie Cook's (Sprague Grayden) book about the Havenport tragedy.
SPOILERS AHEAD — This item includes information vital to Monday night's episode.