‘Only Murders In The Building’ Season 2 Finds Out Who Killed Bunny — And Introduces a New Thriller

The killer of Bunny (Jayne Houdyshell) is revealed in the season 2 conclusion of ‘Only Murders in the Building’. Bunny’s murder was revealed to be Poppy White in the last episode, despite numerous false leads, a killer revealing party, and Charles’s (Steve Martin) staged suicide (Adina Version). Unsurprisingly, the overworked and underappreciated assistant of Cinda Canning (Tina Fey) is a cold-blooded killer.

Neither she nor her identity is what they seem to be. As of the conclusion of Episode 9, it is clear that Poppy is actually Becky Butler, the focus of Cinda’s popular true crime podcast, All Is Not OK in Oklahoma. Becky, a fan of Cinda’s prior works, faked her own death to get away from her abusive husband and the mayor of Chickasha, Oklahoma, who was sexually harassing her in her workplace. In exchange for employment, Cinda’s new employee went by the name Poppy White and pitched the concept of All Is Not OK in Oklahoma to her.

Why Did Poppy Kill Bunny?

Everything circles back to Cinda Canning in the end. She is in need of another high-profile, gory murder to podcast about, and she has absolutely no interest in Poppy’s suggestion that they cover the disappearance of Rose Cooper. Poppy suggested that they cover the disappearance of Rose Cooper (Shirley MacLaine). Because of this, Poppy decides to take matters into her own hands and stage the ideal murder for them to cover up.

She kills Bunny, texts the Only Murders trio to tell them to get out of the building, uses the Arconia’s secret tunnels to escape, and then puts the bloody knife in Charles’ room in order to blame him for the murder. Additionally, she plots with her boyfriend, Officer Kreps (Michael Rapaport, who also plays the role of Glitter Guy), with whom she shares a romantic relationship.

Season 2 of 'Only Murders In The Building'
Season 2 of ‘Only Murders In The Building’

Poppy visited Bunny in the Pickle Diner to discuss the Rose Cooper picture, which explains the film of Bunny storming out of the diner. The conclusion ties up some more loose ends. The diner is also connected to the final words said by Bunny. Mabel, played by Selena Gomez, misunderstood Bunny and thought he’d meant “14, Savage.” Instead, Bunny stated, “14, sandwich,” referring to the order that was being prepared at Poppy’s Pickle Diner: item number 14, a sandwich including liverwurst and marmalade.

It’s a flavor that you have to acquire. The identification of Poppy as the murderer is strengthened by two further pieces of evidence. First, her sensitivity to avian species, such as Bunny’s parrot Mrs. Gambolini, caused her to sneeze in the tunnels of Arconia, where Lucy (Zoe Colletti) was present and heard her. At long last, Detective Williams (Da’Vine Joy Randolph) was able to identify the murder weapon as having included Becky Butler’s DNA.

From that point forward, Charles, Mabel, and Oliver (Martin Short) divulge everything to Cinda, including Poppy’s real identity, and throw a murderer’s reveal party in an effort to coerce her into admitting her guilt. Poppy and Kreps are taken into custody once it was determined that all of the missing pieces of the puzzle had been located, and the crew from Only Murders was exonerated of any wrongdoing.

Paul Rudd Joins The Show Only Murders, And He Dies Right Away

The identity of Bunny’s murderer may have been revealed, but Season 2 of Only Murders in the Building still has a major twist in store. One year has passed, and we are now witnesses to the murder that will launch Season 3 of the show. No one from Arconia can claim this latest victim. Instead, it’s Paul Rudd’s Ben Glenroy, a leading man in a new Broadway production Oliver is directing.

Charles himself is the second main character. A good working relationship between these two is obviously not present. On opening night, when Ben and Oliver are talking, Ben reveals that he wants to kill Charles for something Charles did. It wasn’t long after that when Charles confronted Ben, urging him, “Just use your common sense. Stay away from her,” and “I know what you did.”

Season 2 of 'Only Murders In The Building'
Season 2 of ‘Only Murders In The Building’

I don’t understand what Ben did to provoke Charles’s wrath. What led to the beginning of their argument? Who is Charles’s mystery “her”? I’d put money on Charles’s final-episode girlfriend being either Mabel, Lucy, or make-up artist Joy (Andrea Martin). Someone we haven’t met yet could also be the woman in question. When Ben suddenly falls and passes away on stage, we won’t have time to find out the answers to these pressing issues.

So far, all signs point to Charles as the main suspect, but if there’s one thing Only Murders in the Building enjoys, it’s a good plot twist (and some solid knitwear). Maybe there was another person working against Ben’s interests. Is Charles being set up for murder again? Also, will there be any more flashbacks featuring Paul Rudd? Season 3 is when we’ll finally find out.

How Do Oliver, Mabel, And Charles Solve The Murder Of Bunny?

With the aid of Detective Williams, the group learns in the finale that Poppy’s DNA was found on the murder weapon. Mabel also deduces that Bunny’s dying words, “14 Savage,” were actually “14 sandwiches,” a reference to Poppy’s peculiar deli order. Angered by Cinda’s praise for Mabel’s case-solving abilities, Poppy loses it and (incorrectly) accuses Alice of murder. Mabel is told by Cinda, “You really excel at investigating.

I wish I had more people like you working for me. You should start your own podcast, for crying out loud!” Obviously, Poppy is seeking Cinda’s approval. Once she discovers that everyone knows she killed Bunny, she explains, “I just wanted to produce a decent podcast.” “All I wanted was for Cinda to take notice of me,” he said.

Season 2 of 'Only Murders In The Building'
Season 2 of ‘Only Murders In The Building’

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