Hawkeye Episode 3 Ending Explained

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

The action is seeping in more and more as the story digs deeper into each of the characters. Things are starting to come in shape in Hawkeye and the arrow continues to fly in the direction where Ronin created a mess so big when he messed with the criminal underworld. Now that the canon show picks up its pace, here is the ending of Episode 3.

Hawkeye Episode 3 Ending Explained

Hawkeye Episode 3 Ending Explained
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Hawkeye Episode 3 Ending Explained

In Hawkeye Episode 3, Echoes, Kate Bishop and Hawkeye remains captive from the Tracksuit mafia and they are still on the kiddie rides where they were tied to. Echo makes herself known and she was surprised to see that Clint Barton has a hearing aid and it is as if she wanted him to learn what it is like to silence the rest of the world since she, herself, is deaf.

When the two got out, it was a fiasco of action and Clint even had a good dive in a pool of balls. Unfortunately for Clint, Echo destroyed his hearing aid. The chase started and even when Clint cannot hear Kate, it is as if they know what the other is thinking. A display of special arrows ensued while they were running away and there were a lot of upgrades in the weaponry.

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After a long run, they took a train and realized they had to walk the dog being cooped up for a whole day. Kate also brought Clint to someone who could fix his hearing aid, plus while eating, she suggested a branding for him, one which is a callback to Hawkeye’s costume in the comics. She also suggested that they break into her mother’s penthouse where they could access the security company’s database for information.

Upon accessing, Kate looked into who Kazi is but when Clint wandered around the house, seemingly feeling that someone is there, he even asked how Armand was killed and it was a stab from a sword. Later on, it was revealed that Jack Duquesne was there and he holds the retractable sword of Ronin. Is Jack really a villain in the story? Is he the one who killed his uncle, Armand III?

Find out in the next episode of Hawkeye releasing on December 8, 2021 exclusively on Disney Plus.

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