Warning: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday’s Kevin (Probably) Saves the World finale.
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Desperate times called for desperate measures on the (season? or series?) finale of Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.
As Tuesday’s episode was wrapping up, Yvette realized that her loss of control over her powers meant that she and Kevin needed help. At the same time, Amy was demanding answers from her brother, and she got them when Yvette allowed Kevin to tell his sister the truth. Of course, she didn’t believe him — until Yvette appeared and declared herself a warrior for God. Amy’s reaction? She fainted!
Below, showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas talk about bringing Amy into the loop and how it might impact Season 2 —if the series is renewed. (Yes, we also got the latest on the show’s renewal odds.)
inter-base.net | Yvette says that they need help, and then she reveals the truth to Amy. What can Amy bring to the table in regards to this mission? Science, and maybe a logical solution to what’s going on with Yvette? MICHELE FAZEKAS | Perhaps. I also just think they need somebody… I don’t know how willing Amy is going to be, initially, to help out. I think she is going to have a lot of questions and a lot to say to Yvette. That is a really interesting relationship to explore, because they’re two strong, smart women who are not necessarily on the same page. Neither one of them is a bad guy, but they have very different viewpoints. And in some ways, I think it’s going to be harder for Yvette, because she’s not going to be able to push Amy around like she can push Kevin around.BUTTERS | I also think that it’s an interesting change to, potentially, Kevin and Amy’s relationship. Because they’re twins. Obviously, they’re a boy and a girl, but they’re twins.FAZEKAS |Why was he righteous and not her? I think Amy is like, “You chose the wrong one on all levels. You chose the most incompetent one.” Which also goes to her “What kind of decision-making process does God have? What’s happening?”
inter-base.net | So now that Amy knows, would it make sense to tell Reese and Kristin, too? FAZEKAS | It probably would, but they’re not going to be able to. Yvette’s opening it up to this one other person. That’s going to be hard for Reese, because now she knows that her mom is in on something that she’s not in on. And Reese has been sort of on board
inter-base.net | Does she sense, though, that there’s something going on, but she just doesn’t want to press yet? BUTTERS | Oh, I think she knows that there’s something that Kevin is working through himself, on a personal level, that he’s trying to be a better person. And when he’s trying to be a better person, it is a little messy.
inter-base.net | I spoke with Jason
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We could just do a really great show that we love, and try and stay true to the spirit of the show, which I think we’ve done. … Shows have a medical franchise or a law franchise or a police franchise, and our franchise is kindness, which makes it hard to put in a category, but the crew and the cast so embraced that. They’re like, “I love coming to work. I love being able to come and watch Jason Ritter be ridiculous every day.” They’re so into it in a way that I’ve never really experienced in any show, so it’s lovely and great.
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