You’re most likely aboard the Pilar or Felix ship, or “Pilix,” if you have shed a few tears over Swedish Fish in Season 2 Love.
When Felix receives her Billie Eilish concert cash from Pilar, we first see the sparks between the Pilar-Felix flame. This money will help Felix pay his bills at home.
Pilar makes Felix a friend after Lake and Felix break up. His mom is placed on a psychiatric hold until Pilar can be with Felix again. Pilar quickly realizes she views him as a sexy Muppet and even manages to kiss him!
Felix is unaware of the depth of his feelings until he discovers that Pilar had hidden Swedish Fish in his suit pocket at Brooks’ wedding. Although Swedish Fish is his mom’s favorite candy it’s forbidden from her facility. Boom! And boom! Benji, Victor, step aside!
Enjoy Twitter’s overwhelming love and support for the Pilar-Flex ship, before Season 3!
While endings can be difficult, they can also be surprisingly satisfying. Love, Vic perfectly fulfills both of these criteria. The season finale is a fitting conclusion to the story about a group of high school students and their intertwining love lives.
Episode eight, “Brave”, serves as an emotional finale. It’s a fitting and touching farewell to one of the most well-written and sophisticated teen dramas. This is not a dramatic ending, so don’t be alarmed. The creators will take care of everything. This is one of those rare endings that works on all fronts.
Victor season 3 episode 8 recap – The finale and ending explained
The Winter Carnival is the final episode, marking one year since Victor moved to Creekwood. He has fully accepted his sexuality, made many friends, and formed a few meaningful relationships. Victor talks about all of these events in his acceptance speech, which he gave for the gay award. This inspiring monologue is motivating and invigorating. It encourages the cast to face the darker parts of their lives and be brave.
Brave is the keyword of the day. Our characters must be brave in making decisions. With so much going on in their lives, it’s easy to slip back into the familiar and cozy. Lake says the same when she describes Felix, her ex-boyfriend who she has been spending more time with since her breakup. This show is full of dynamic shifts, and all major relationships are either ending or in danger. Creekwood teens can be very fickle.
In the final episode, Lake and Lucy’s romances, Pilar and Felix all end in a heartbreaking way. In this last chapter, it appears that Mia and Andrew will join the craze too. Victor’s new love triangle with Nick and Benji is sure to make an appearance just in time to end on a cliffhanger. It has changed from “Who will Victor choose?” in season two to “Who will choose Victor?”. There’s a lot to be unpacked in the final installment as characters contemplate their futures and make bold life-changing decisions. This is how it ends.
Nick, a newbie, is our first and most integral resolution. Victor’s touching speech makes it clear that Nick isn’t mad at his old flame Benji. The two have now split. He walks away from Nick and bumps into Liam, a sign of a new romance. Victor rushes to Benji’s house to share the good news. But it’s too late.
Benji has packed everything and is ready to go to boarding school. Victor pours his heart out, however, explaining that he doesn’t feel bad for Benji and that they love each other no matter what.
Mia declares her love for Andrew and promises that she will fight for their long-distance relationship. Lake locates a nearby place for Lucy to rent, and they also say the magic three words and kiss. Victor’s parents start their own business.
Felix and Pilar reunite and Rahim officially joins Connor. All seems well except for Victor, our beloved lead. He is content to be surrounded by his family and friends. Benji appears and the teen purchases a Ferris wheel ticket. It’s a wonderful ending, and the lovers are back together.