the girl in the box Archives

Malcolm Can't Figure Out How He Was Framed | Season 1 Ep. 20 | PRODIGAL SON
Bright (Tom Payne) had his cathartic moment by saving The Girl in the Box, and if he were to truly get any insight from the season finale it's that he is not his father (although the same clearly can't be said for his little sister) Gil (Lou Diamond Phillips) was left at the hospital in[...]
Malcolm Has A Dream He's In Prison | Season 1 Ep. 20 | PRODIGAL SON
Malcolm (Tom Payne) gets a chance to redeem his eight-year-old self and finally save The Girl in the Box A very exciting, turbulent episode that definitely left a ton to be addressed during what we're assuming will be a second season One of the best things about this show has been resolutions of cliffhangers and[...]
Tom Payne stars in Prodigal Son, courtesy of FOX.
Before yet another brief hiatus, the previous episode "Scheherazade" gave viewers of FOX's Prodigal Son the answers to the long-awaited question of what happened to The Girl in the Box? Interestingly enough, nothing: The Surgeon (Michael Sheen) let her go She told a compelling tale about a very scary man, and Dr Whitly cut her[...]
Prodigal Son -- EP 118 -- "Scheherazade"
Whitly's ego is hurt and he does start to lose it, brining up the past in him mind about "The Girl in the Box." What does The Surgeon do in his outrage? Call his ex-wife – Jessica digs the knife even deeper by alerting him to her photo with Endicott in the paper Martin is[...]
Prodigal Son -- EP 118 -- "Scheherazade"
I just want Eve (Molly Griggs) dead – is that wrong? That's where my head's at heading into next week's episode of FOX's Prodigal Son – where everyone's wanting something. Possibly beheaded like the title might be eluding too, or is she the world-freer? We now know that "The Girl in the Box" was (or is, for[...]
"Prodigal Son" Flatlines with Weak "Girl in the Box" Reveal [REVIEW]
With plots like baby stealing, a dead husband, and the expectation of finally finding out who "The Girl in the Box" was, I was excited in anticipation of it – but there was just an overall emptiness and lack of buy in. Typically, I easily relate to each character and Prodigal Son does an exceptional job[...]