The third episode of ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society’ follows the kids as they confront Mr. Benedict about his identity. It is revealed that he indeed has a twin brother called Ledroptha Curtain, as opposed to what the kids had initially assumed. Kate wants to investigate the tower to locate the origin of those mysterious messages, but her poor academic performance sabotages her plan. For a quick update on episode 3, you can skim through the recap. Now, without any further ado, here’s what we expect from ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society’ episode 4!
The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Release Date
‘The Mysterious Benedict Society’ episode 4 is scheduled to release on July 9, 2021, at 3 am ET on Disney+. The first season comprises eight episodes, which are slated to follow a weekly release pattern. The first two episodes released simultaneously, after which the show has aired one new episode every Friday.
Where to Watch The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4?
You can watch ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society’ episode 4 exclusively on Disney+, with a subscription to the streaming platform. Your options currently include getting a monthly subscription for $7.99 or paying $79.99 for the whole year.
The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Spoilers
In the upcoming episode, Mr. Curtain’s obscure plans for the program might be revealed. From what we have observed in the previous episode, his minions seem ready to advance the mission under his active guidance. Elsewhere, Reynie will develop a plan to help the kids cheat on the test, but only if Mr. Perumal fails to rain on his parade. Acing the test would guarantee Kate unrestricted entry into the tower.
The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 3 Recap
In the third episode titled ‘Depends on the Wagon,’ Reynie, Sticky, Kate, and Constance, try to work out what’s wrong with Mr. Benedict. Although it seemed like he suffers from a split personality, they soon realize that Mr. Curtain is actually his twin brother rather than alter ego. Benedict shares that they were separated in the orphanage as kids when he was adopted. Elsewhere, Kate is under a lot of pressure from her institute, which might sabotage her plan to solve the case of the mysterious messages at the tower.
To enter the tower, Kate needs to become a Messenger, which can be achieved by scoring impeccable grades. Moreover, the kids who fail to perform in the tests have to exit the institute after having their memories erased. Although it isn’t alarming, Constance and Kate are in the yellow warning zone, so they approach Mr. Benedict for an effective solution. But he only advises them to cheat, which bothers Reynie and Sticky, who, fortunately, make it somewhere near the top. Reynie is even confident in his chances of being promoted as a Messenger, that too, faster than anyone who has done it in the past.
Kate, however, is not ashamed about getting her hands dirty if it means she could step inside the tower. Her impatience is more evident when she risks receiving a written report for staying out later than the allowed timing. Constance then shows up to save her. Reynie, in the end, mulls over different ways they could cheat on the test. He also needs to find a way to keep Mr. Perumal (who has figured out his deal unbeknownst to him) off his back. Milligan manages to grab crucial documents from the mansion without being caught by Curtain, who, on the other hand, is faring well in his program. His twin brother, however, gets an unexpected visitor.