You may be in a dilemma that a certain scene in The Boys need not have been stretched off for so long as it did in the show. We have witnessed a Compound-V-addicted A-Train (Jessie Usher) seemingly going too far with an endless parade while running his drug errands and in the midst encountering with the killing of Robin (Jess Salgueiro).
When the bug had been planted at Vought-International by Hughie (Jack Quaid), Translucent (Alex Hassell) was all up to kill and destroy him but this action was halted due to Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) who stepped in at the right time. But let’s get back to the point and this also went too far, leading to Translucent’s killing in the most fascinating blood-soaked scenes.
If you are a hardcore The Boys fan then you may have felt terribly bad for Frenchie (Tomer Kapon) who had to ultimately get himself involved in cleaning up that particular abattoir. In addition to that, you have to also consider the fact that these instances of going too far happened just when we were two episodes into the show, with sincere apologies to the outstanding legacy of Captain John Paul Jones.
Moreover, these weren’t the only scenes depicting the following traits. There were many other which had the ability to churn fans’ stomachs the most. Some of the scenes includes Robin’s death which was certainly stretched a lot more than expected. Fans believe that she deserved such a terrible fate at the end for her bad deeds which were harsh but totally understandable as well. But was there really a reason to besmirch the name of Billy Joel? I doubt!