Servant Season 4 Episode 5 Recap Explained!

‘Servant,’ created by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, is a psychological thriller series about the Turners and the mystery nanny they hire.

Sean (Toby Kebbell) and Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) appear to be a happy and prosperous couple who live in a Brownstone on Spruce Street in Philadelphia.

Their son Jericho died after Dorothy, who was exhausted, left him in an overheated car during the summer. Dorothy later experienced a mental breakdown and catatonia.

Sean buys Dorothy a reborn doll on the recommendation of an unlicensed therapist. Jericho resurfaces when Dorothy employs Leanne (Nell Tiger Free) as a babysitter.

In season 4, episode 5, titled ‘Neighbors,‘ the Turners hold a party to learn the identity of the cult members who live nearby and to assist them in locating Leanne.

While these folks are at the party, Leanne’s followers break into their homes in order to find evidence linking them to the cult.

In the meantime, Dorothy’s brother Julian (Rupert Grint) struggles with indecision. Here’s everything you need to know about the finale of ‘Servant’ season 4 episode 5.

Servant Season 4 Episode 5

Servant Season 4 Episode 5 Recap

At the end of episode 4, Sean enters Dorothy’s room and informs her that he is on her side, emphasizing the schism in the Turner home.

Dorothy wakes up the next morning with Sean beside her, astonished by the intimacy of the moment, in episode 5.

Given that the two of them had troubles prior to the accident, this makes logical. Dorothy requests Sean’s assistance in getting into her wheelchair. Sean, fearful of hurting her, asks whether he should call Bobbie and Bev, but Dorothy insists on Sean’s assistance.

This is when Leanne enters the room and realizes what is going on. She warns Sean and Dorothy that Dorothy isn’t ready, but they ignore her.

As Dorothy walks downstairs, she notices someone slipping an envelope through their front door. She and Sean go through it when they are alone.

It’s from the Church of the Lesser Saints, informing the couple that their followers have moved into one of the nearby properties.

They want their “wayward flower,” clearly referring to Leanne, back and vow to leave the Turners alone if they can pick her up on Thursday after dark.

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Although a part of them feels bad about it, they choose to ignore it since they are well aware of what the church is and what its practices are.

On Thursday evening, Sean and Dorothy plan to throw a get-together for their immediate neighbors at their home. Sean individually visits each of the three homes and invites the residents.

They try to send Julian to a game on his own, but he sees through their scheme and refuses to go.

Dorothy notices Leanne speaking to a group of homeless people as the celebration day approaches, causing Sean to clarify that these people are former CLS members.

They left the chapel and followed Leanne, which upsets Dorothy even more.

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