People are buzzing about the many surprising (and not-so-surprising) twists and turns in the shocking finale of The White Lotus.
None of those twists hurt harder than the one that came at the end of the knife wielded by a-hole extraordinaire Shane Patton.
Armond was in the midst of some serious sh*t-stirring in Shane's room, the Pineapple Suite (finally!), when his party was fatally interrupted.
Unfortunately, he and Shane got into the world's worst game of cat and mouse ever.
And it ends with Shane plunging the knife directly into Armond's chest. This was the only time Shane ever apologized to the man he'd been haranguing his entire trip.
Welp, Armond was pretty much the best (albeit quite flawed), and fans of the show are heartbroken over his untimely end — and have some feelings about his last night.
I'm def not over it, and neither are these folks on Twitter.
(Hey, give 'em a follow if you please!)
"Armond's last dinner service" will go down as such a masterful piece of television #TheWhiteLotus
Every person who has ever worked customer service felt Armond’s last day spiral in their soul #TheWhiteLotus
And the fact that my good guy Armond didn’t get any dick on his last bender is so fucked up 😭😭😭 #whitelotus #GAYRIGHTS
Poor Armand. This job wasn't worth your sobriety or your life. #TheWhiteLotus
Finished the white lotus series finale and it angers me even more that Armand got killed by the dude who got him fired lmao
The White Lotus needs to return. We all want and need it. I believe Armand survived that wound, too.
Armond in The White Lotus is one of the best TV characters in recent memory.
Armond (Murray Bartlett) is like the Omar Little of THE WHITE LOTUS. He exists on the periphery, cutting through the narrative like a formative force where he sees fit. He pops on the screen. You sit up when he enters a scene. He steals this show. There’s an Emmy nomination here.