In the series finale, Carmel (Regina Hall) reveals herself as the person that shot Masha years ago. She also admits that she’s been sending Masha threatening text messages from within the retreat.
Who got married at the end of the book Nine Perfect Strangers?
The last few chapters of the book tie up all the loose ends for the guests after they leave Tranquillum House, but the absolute last chapter and paragraph belongs to Frances as she puts a ring on Tony, who becomes her husband number three: Oh, reader, of course she married him eventually.
What happens to Carmel in Nine Perfect Strangers?
Carmel’s true identity on ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’
At the end of episode 7 of Nine Perfect Strangers, Carmel is revealed as the person who shot Masha all those years ago. She says that she hadn’t actually intended on shooting Masha but the way that Masha dismissed her made her pull the trigger.
Do Tony and Frances end up together?
And finally, in the ultimate happy ending move, Frances marries Tony.
Why did Carmel shoot Masha?
Kelley purposely inserted the line of dialogue to hint at Carmel’s underlying secret: Long before she checked into the retreat, she disguised herself as a one-eyed man and shot Masha, the Tranquillum House guru played by Nicole Kidman, as revenge for having an affair with her husband.
Did Ben and Zoe get married in Nine Perfect Strangers?
Eventually, Ben and Zoe get married and have a child of their own—a toddler named Zach who takes part in Frances and Tony’s wedding.
Who was texting Masha in Nine Perfect Strangers?
Carmel was revealed to be the one who shot Masha, and she was the one threatening Masha’s life through texts.
Did Masha go to jail?
The interviewer mentions that Masha went to jail for providing these drugs, which are illegal, to some folks before. Being in jail was very important to Masha though. It was a transformative experience. Masha denies that she’s still running this exact program from Tranquillum House—that would be illegal.
What did Masha whisper to Francis?
“Never up, never in,” Masha whispers in her ear, quoting a line Frances’s father gave her about taking chances in life. If you, like me, found yourself waiting for the inevitable point in a cult story when the followers stop sipping the Kool-Aid and revolt against their leader, you won’t find it here.