Monarch Recap: Season 1 Episode 6: Catt & Albie’s Secret Explained

Other past misdeeds by the Romans were brought to light on Tuesday monarchincluding one that could uproot her entire family tree.

Just a week after it was revealed (to absolutely no one’s surprise) that Dottie was responsible for the barn fire that killed Albie’s lover Rosa all those years ago, monarch surprised the patriarch of the Roman family with an even bigger twist — albeit one fans have likely suspected for a while.

According to the findings of Albie’s private investigator, Rosa did in fact die in the fire, which was actually set by Dottie. OK, no surprises. But as Tripp so casually put it, “Dude, that’s not it.”

Having been touring for most of 1980, Albie was unaware that Rosa gave birth to a baby girl that summer, one who is “probably” alive today.

actually do this extremely probably when the episode then switched to the Phoenix family’s motel room, where Catt stripped to reveal a burn scar on her back. In case you haven’t already guessed that Catt is Albie’s daughter, she pulled out a locket with Rosa’s photo on it. And just to be safe, she gave us this line: “I promise mom, I won’t let you forget.”

A side issue here, of course, is that Catt being Albie’s daughter means Ana and Ace are cousins ​​kissing. Luckily, Ace is adopted, meaning the couple aren’t genetically related. It doesn’t Welljust… not that bad.

Did you predict Catt and Ana’s connection to the Romans? Who do you think showed up at Nicky’s door in the flashforward? And what are you thinking about monarch so far? Whatever’s on your mind Write it in a comment below.

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