The sixth instalment of The Afterparty Season 1 has dropped on Apple TV+, getting our pulse rates higher in anticipation of The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 7, the penultimate episode of this season.
The Afterparty Season 1 episode 6 gave us insight into Zoe’s lighter and fun side.
Zoe teaches art and is the Vice Principal of the same school she studied in, got into a serious relationship at the tender age of seventeen, and is now a single mother. She simply hates it when someone tries to offer sympathies.
In The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 6, Zoe did tell Detective Danner that she had a confession to make.
The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 6 also revealed who was sending the threatening messages to Chelsea.
Read on to know more about The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 7, along with a recap of The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 6.
Afterparty Season 1 episode 7 release date and where to watch it?
The Afterparty Season 1 episode 7 will arrive on Apple TV+ on February 25, 2022.
This murder mystery comedy series created by Christopher Miller was initially released on Apple TV+ on January 28, 2022, and is available exclusively for the viewers of this streaming platform.
The Afterparty Season 1 has eight episodes of runtime 31-48 minutes, and the season finale episode is set to be released on March 4, 2022.
What To Expect From The Afterparty Season 1 episode 7?
The Afterparty Season 1 episode 7 has been titled “Danner“.
With Detective Danner done with all the interrogations, in The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 7, we will get a peek into her past.
She has taken over the Xavier murder case even though she has not been assigned the same, and Detective Culp has already relieved her of her duty on Captain’s orders.
In episode 7 of The Afterparty Season 1, we will also see a younger Danner through a series of flashbacks and get to know what motivated her to tackle her cases so unconventionally.
The forthcoming episode is also likely to throw some light on the role of Detective Culp, who goes out of his way to hamper Detective Danner’s investigation. After all, he does have some insight into the case and was right about Aneeq hearing Detective Dannver’s conversation secretly.
The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 6 begins with Zoe telling Detective Danner that she has a confession to make, to which Danner says that she is sure that Zoe is not the murderer.
Zoe gets into a flashback, an animated retelling of the events of the evening.
Zoe reveals that she is tired of her responsible teacher and single mom status. She has a wild side of her personality and was here at the reunion and the after-party to have a wild night out.
In her animated flashback, Zoe turns into a double-headed character, with her “fun” version trying to take over her serious self.
In reality, as she reveals her true self in front of Detective Danner, she hilariously changes her position on the sofa she is sitting on to explain her dual character.
Zoe had prepared a to-do list for the evening, a list of the weird things that she had intended to do at the reunion. The serious Zoe wanted to reconnect with Aniq, while the fun Zoe wished to have a fling with the pop star, Xavier.
Meanwhile, Aniq enters the room and is immediately asked by Detective Danner to leave the room, which he does, but not before placing his phone on the table to hear the conversation between Zoe and Danner. Aniq asks Yasper to call his phone, and both of them start listening to the conversation through their AirPods.
Unfortunately, Yasper’s phone starts running out of battery very soon, and both of them desperately search for a charger around the villa.
They accidentally open the door of what used to be Xavier’s escape room, which they enter, and the door closes behind them. They start panicking as they are unable to open the door, and there is no mobile network inside the room.
They can see Zoe talking on the screen inside the room but can’t hear her. Yasper hilariously tries to lip read but fails miserably.
They ultimately find a button on the wall and manage to come out of the room, where they find Detective Culp, who asks them what they are listening to on their earphones. Yasper immediately shuts his phone down, saying it has been discharged.
Culp suspects something fishy is going on and tells Detective Danner that he thinks Aniq is listening to their conversation.
Detective Danner brushes him off and closes the door on his face asking him not to disturb her. Culp is pissed off and immediately calls the Captain at the headquarters.
The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 6 Ending Explained: What Does Zoe Confess?
Meanwhile, Danner seems to be enjoying the juicy details of Zoe’s story. Through Zoe’s eyes, we again watch the happenings of the evening unfold before us in an animated version.
We again see Zoe and Aniq escaping to the stadium, where Aniq confesses that Zoe always has been his crush and was about to kiss her when Maggie made an entry with her babysitter.
The mama bear in Zoe is awakened, and she is pretty mad at Brett. She then leaves for the afterparty in Xavier’s helicopter, with the fun Zoe enjoying all the attention.
She has to thwart Xavier’s advances at the afterparty, whose intelligence level left much to be desired. She also finds Brett at the party despite her forbidding him to do so and then has Aniq trying to hum something for her on a guitar before he pukes and passes out.
Zoe also finds out that it was Jennifer 2 who has been sending threatening messages to Chelsea.
Zoe then tells Detective Danner, just like others, that Aniq, after gaining consciousness and looking at the pathetic condition he was in, got very mad at Xavier and went to his room and soon after, they all heard the sound of Xavier falling.
However, at the same time, she adds that it is improbable that Aniq is a murderer. The confession that Zoe intended to make before Danner is that she was so upset with Brett that she wanted to kill him.
Detective Culp enters and announces to Danner that she is now relieved of her duties on Captain’s orders.
The Afterparty Season 1 Episode 7 doesn’t enlighten us any more about the identity of Xavier’s killer, for which we have to wait a bit.