24 Nov 2021 9:24 PM +00:00 UTC

Hawkeye Episode 2 Ending Explained

Warning! This article contains spoilers for Hawkeye! Read at your own risk!

The premiere day of Hawkeye is an eventful one, for sure, and there is already a lot happening in the story that not only did the first episode reveal how Kate Bishop got the suit of Ronin, it also introduced the Tracksuit Mafia. Clint Barton has a few days left to get home and save Christmas. Here is how Episode 2 ended.

Hawkeye Episode 2 Ending Explained

Hawkeye Episode 2 Ending Explained
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Hawkeye Episode 2 Ending Explained

Picking up where the first episode ended, Hawkeye continues with the meeting of Clint Barton and Kate Bishop. While Kate accidentally got the suit to mask her identity, she didn’t know the consequences of literally putting it on. In a day, she appeared in two separate news on TV wherein she was called a masked vigilante of some sort.

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The Tracksuit mafia continues with their goal of decimating Ronin who targeted the criminal underground when the blip happened. We all know that was Clint Barton from Endgame but to the world, it remained a mystery who the ninja is. Now, the enemies he made before are starting to come out.

Kate’s apartment got burned down by Molotov cocktails and they holed out in the place of her aunt who was just out for the holidays. Meanwhile, her mother’s fiancé remains to be sketchy as he seems to be hiding something and Kate has something in her mind, an idea, a clue, to connect Jack to the death of Armand III.

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Meanwhile, Hawkeye seemed to surrender himself to the Tracksuit mafia and when he wasn’t able to answer the call of Kate Bishop, she tried to rescue him only to fail and have both of them in the hands of the Russian guys, tied into kiddie rides.

As it turns out, the Tracksuit mafia is under someone, the one where they got the order to abduct Hawkeye and look for Kate Bishop. Alaqua Cox finally makes her debut in the MCU as Echo and she is expected to show more of who she is in the next episodes of the canon show. Whether she is a villain or not, we’re about to find out.

Hawkeye Episode 2 is now streaming on Disney Plus.