Our favorite psychopathic couple are back in action on You season three, and of course there is plenty of murder to go around. But while some of the deaths feel totally predictable – we have seen Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) in action before – the stories of survival this season are almost more surprising.
To recap the season, Joe and his new wife, Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), move to a sleepy Northern California town called Madre Linda to settle down. However, Joe will never change his ways, and it turns out, Love won’t either.
The season includes some murders, some jealousy, some cheating, some swinging, and just about everything else you can imagine. In the end, some people make it out alive, and a bunch of people don’t. If you want all the spoilers, keep reading to learn how each would-be victim’s story ends.
I Built My Kitchen Table in Less Than 5 Minutes, and It’s the Best One I’ve Ever Owned
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After moving into my new apartment, one of the most important things on my furniture-shopping wish list was a kitchen table. Not only because it would tie my large living space together, but also because I spend most of my days working from it, so it’s a necessity.
There’s one that had been on my wish list for a long time, so it was pretty much immediate that I knew it was the one. I love Floyd furniture for many reasons, mostly for their cool and functional designs that have a minimal element to them that just speak to me. Naturally, its bestselling table was next on my wish list from the brand. It comes in a number of wood and metal finishes, in both a round and rectangle shape. I chose the round option in birch wood with white legs. The style fits perfectly into my neutral-colored space.
It arrived in just a few days, and the best part: I put it together in less than five minutes without any tools. All you do is screw the legs into the bottom in predrilled holes, and it’s ready to go. The design is throughly thought out and smart. It looks good, feels sturdy, and is just truly a winner all around in my book. I would buy it again and recommend it to anyone I know. Keep reading to see me build mine quickly, and shop some of its most popular configurations.