Sweet Tooth Season 1 Ending: Everything you should know!
Sweet Tooth is an American sci-fi drama streaming television series developed by Jim Mickle. It is based on the comic book of the same name by Jeff Lemire and premiered on Netflix on June 4, 2021. In July 2021, the series was renewed for a second season.
Ten years ago, a deadly virus ravaged the planet and killed millions. What is referred to as “The Great Crumble” in “Sweet Tooth” echoes the harsh reality that exists during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As the disease begins, infant hybrids are born. Newborns appear as a genetic mixture of humans and animals. Some are more human than others and vice versa.
Sweet Tooth Season 1 Ending Explained: What happens with Gus?
The primary cliffhanger is that Birdie—Gus’s “mother,” whom he’s been following since all seasons—is alive, working, and possibly living at a site in Alaska.
A flashback episode showed us how Birdie and Richard—Gus’s “father” first met, and we were meant to assume that, like Richard, she eventually succumbed to a disease/virus that slowly and surely outcasted the human race.
But at the end of the episode, Becky, who is now living with her old friend Judy at Birdie’s old house, joins Birdie working in Alaska. In the comic, Alaska plays a big part in the origins of viruses and hybrids, but the show seems to have changed that already.
Wendy and the other Hybrids hide in a church, but the Last Men come in and capture Bobby. Soon after, Wendy is caught as she tries to make her way back into the tunnels. In the reserve, the lions are released.
Rani is placed in a room, and Aditya can see her – she cannot hear or see her. Aditya tells General Abbott that his wife is not contagious, but General tells him that the virus can mutate rapidly – he tells Aditya that he may have everything he needs.
Aditya gets angry saying that he wants his wife and does not need Prerna. General Abbott tells him that he wants “the only cure” and that he knows Aditya was bluffing to save himself – he asks him to find a cure so that he can decide who lives and who dies.
Gus searches for Birdie’s home, thinking she is his mother, but soon learns that he engineered her at the Fort Smith Science Laboratory. He runs away, realizing his father, Richard, had lied about his miracles happening.
Gus then heads to a field near a downed plane to vent, and he radios the preserve to find hybrids like him. Unfortunately, the zoo is occupied by Abbott and the Last Men arrive, shoot Jeppard in the chest and kidnap Gus.
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However, when Aditya meets Gus, he is surprised that he can speak, and he soon realizes the uniqueness of the child. Gus ends up in a cell, but when he feels hopeless, a ball pops out of the dark.
Kidnapped by Bobby, Wendy and the other hybrid Abbott who tries to escape the guarded hug, it is made clear that he is not alone in the emotional sequence that leads him to believe again.
They have always been fostered with a sense of family at the zoo, and they continue the tradition, even without Gus listening. The show isn’t just happy with improving Gus’s sense of self and turning its children’s surprise into shock and sadness.
General Abbott’s (Neil Sandilands) Last Men take over Amy (Dania Ramirez) and preserve and capture her hybrid children, and Gus himself is soon caught.
The children are now prisoners, and subject to evil experiments by the controversial Dr. Singh (Adeel Akhtar), who doesn’t really like what he is doing, but is desperate to find a cure for the sick.
Despite all this horror, there is a silver lining. Gus seems overjoyed to have found the other hybrids, and his ability to speak saves him from the scalpel.