Who Escaped Sicily Alive in ‘The White Lotus’ Finale?

A Recap of the Final Episode of ‘The White Lotus’: Who Made It Out of Sicily Alive?

Even though there were a lot of guesses about what would happen in the last episode, Mike The White Lotus was off a genuinely shocking death when Tanya (Jennifer Coolidge) killed the “high-end gays” and herself. She tries to get off the yacht but hits her head in the dinghy and drowns.

Yes, Greg (Jon Gries), who is the heir to Tanya’s money and doesn’t have to pay Quentin (Tom Hollander) and the others, is the real winner of “The White Lotus.” The biggest scam in “The White Lotus” was always on us since White kept teasing us about Coolidge’s return in Season 3.

Let’s go back to the episode’s opening when our favorite vacationers are leaving paradise. Albie (Adam DiMarco) promises to save Lucia (Simona Tabasco) from a bogus threat. Dom (Michael Imperioli) stares at family photos with tears.

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Portia (Haley Lu Richardson) wakes up with Jack (Leo Woodall). Tanya’s phone is missing, and she’s disguised as “The Godfather” vehicle dummy.

Albie asks for €50,000 to aid Lucia at breakfast. Albie says he’ll ask his mum if Dominic agrees. Money was transferred.

In another part of the hotel, Valentina (Sabrina Impacciatore) wakes up next to Mia (Beatrice Grann) and walks to the lobby with her head down. We’ve never seen Valentina take her blouse a little off before.

When Giuseppe (Federico Scribiani) returns from the hospital, he is ready to return to his piano job. However, Mia is already sitting there, and the bench belongs to her because the hotel manager has just come out as gay.

Ethan talks to Harper (Aubrey Plaza) again about what happened the day before. He knows she is lying about her and Cameron (Theo James), who sneaked into the room while Ethan was in the ocean in the last episode. When he returned, the door was locked, but the door to Cameron’s room was wide open. Ethan is sure that his wife and his old college roommate slept together, but all Harper will say is that Cameron kissed her for “two seconds” before Ethan woke up.

Still, Ethan doesn’t believe her, and it’s never clear what the truth is. In anger, Ethan goes to the beach and confronts Cameron in the water, where they get into a good old-fashioned fight.

Tanya talks to Quentin about the cowboy picture at the palazzo. She says, “He looks just like Greg,” to which Quentin replies, “Who’s Greg?” They are on their way to the yacht to return to Taormina.

Portia and Jack are out on the town, and when Jack goes to the bathroom, Portia takes his phone and calls Tanya to tell her that Quentin is not who he says he is. (Tanya knows this, of course. “He kind of f**k*d his uncle,” she says about Jack to her assistant.)

Ethan and Daphne (Meghann Fahy), who are back at the White Lotus, talk on the beach. Ethan tells her he thinks Harper and Cameron might have done something, but Daphne doesn’t seem to care. She tells him, “I don’t think you have anything to worry about.” “To love someone, you don’t have to know everything.”

Suppose the first thing that shows the cracks in Ethan and Harper’s marriage is the idea that they could have se* with other people. In that case, the vague suggestion that they might have gone swinging with Cameron and Daphne saves it. Daphne adds, “I believe one must do whatever is necessary to avoid feeling like a victim of life. Just consider something.” They next travel to Isola Bella, where they discuss the importance of creativity before vanishing together. Whatever transpires on the strange island reignites Ethan’s se*ual appetite, and he returns to Harper with a renewed desire to engage in se*ual activity.

Tanya is becoming antsy. She tries to tell the boat captain that “these gays… they’re trying to kill me.” but Episode 5 revealed that “he doesn’t understand English or Italian half the time.” Tanya hurries to the bathroom to retrieve Niccoló’s (Stefano Gianino) bag. They find a rifle, rope, and duct tape inside. As Quentin knocks on the door, Tanya goes into assassin mode, kills three of her captors, and forces the fourth to jump overboard.

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She also doesn’t return to land because she falls off the yacht while trying to get into the dinghy. Tanya finally gets to try the “last immersive experience” she hasn’t tried yet, which is Greg himself, as she said in the Season 1 finale.

As Jack drives Portia back to the hotel, he gets out and lights a cigarette. If he’s going to kill her, all she wants is for it to be over. Jack won’t take her back to Taormina, though. They are in Catania, close to the airport, where he tells her not to “be stupid” and to take her flight the next day. “Get the f**k out of Sicily,” he says. “These people have a lot of power. You shouldn’t mess with them.” In hindsight, Jack might have meant to leave his phone on the table. He got caught up in Quentin’s plan because he was “in a deep hole,” but luckily for Portia, the boy from Ess** changed his mind.

Albie tells Portia at the airport that he knows Lucia tricked him. But it doesn’t seem to bother him, because he gives Portia his phone number and they get back together… After €50,000 and a dead boss, he got the job. Ethan, Harper, Cameron, and Daphne all look happy at their gates, and Dom is coming home to give his wife a second (or third, or fourth) chance.

In the last few minutes of the finale, Mia and Lucia walk through the city streets with a sense of victory. As we said in our final predictions, Lucia’s “pimp” is a friend who will probably get a cut of the Di Grasso Women Rescue Fund.


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