Killing Eve viewers remain shocked as Villanelle dresses up in a & # 39; creepy & # 39; pig mask

& # 39; I'll never look at bacon in the same way again & # 39 ;: Killing Eve viewers say the latest episode of the BBC One thriller – showing murderous Villanelle a pig's mask – traumatized & # 39; ; has let it feel

  • SPOILER ALERT: BBC1 episode – which was broadcast on Saturday – saw Villanelle travel to Amsterdam in pursuit of her next victim
  • While he was there, the assassin visited the Rijksmuseum and saw a creepy painting
  • She used the art as inspiration for her next target – a middle-aged father
  • Villanelle dressed in a & # 39; creepy & # 39; pig mask and pink dress to entice her target
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The fourth episode of BBC One & # 39; s murder thriller Killing Eve turned out to be & # 39; creepy & # 39; that some viewers said they were afraid of having nightmares after seeing it.

The latest episode of the hit show, which was broadcast on BBC One Saturday night, saw a murderous assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) disguised in a pink pig's mask while focusing on her latest target … in the atmospheric red light district of Amsterdam.

The famous emotionless murderer dressed in a pig's mask and pink dress to lure her newest target – a married father with a preference for bestiality.

And viewers were left cold by what unfolded, with a saying: "I'll never look at bacon in the same way".

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Pig's nightmare! Killing Eve & # 39; s Villanelle (Jodie Comer) dressed in a & # 39; creepy & # 39; pig mask and pink dress during the last episode of the BBC One show

Pig's nightmare! Killing Eve & # 39; s Villanelle (Jodie Comer) dressed in a & # 39; creepy & # 39; pig mask and pink dress during the last episode of the BBC One show

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On Twitter, the show gathered a lot of comments from people who said they had been kept cool by the slaughter under the pig theme.

& # 39; Omg, Killing Eve is getting more and more shocking. PSYCHOOO & # 39; a viewer wrote.

Another said: & # 39; Omg, I can't see anything of this with the creepy pig mask. I hate it so much, no.

& # 39; WTF is wearing Villanelle and what is the matter with the headgear? & # 39; a third spectator was horrified.

& # 39; This pig mask will keep haunting my dreams, & # 39; wrote another.

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Response: viewers were shocked by the performance and took over Twitter to share their surprise

Response: viewers were shocked by the performance and took over Twitter to share their surprise

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Response: viewers were shocked by the performance and took over Twitter to share their surprise

But for many, the shocking kill made the episode & # 39; one of the best so far & # 39 ;.

& # 39; This is up there as one of my top episodes & # 39 ;, an enthusiastic reviewer wrote on Twitter.

While another individual said: & # 39; How fascinating was that! I'm on the edge of my seat next week. & # 39;

& # 39; One of my favorite murders & # 39 ;, another claimed that a person said: & # 39; Oh, I love this murder! & # 39;

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& # 39; One of my fav kills & # 39 ;: but for many, the shocking kill made the episode & # 39; one of the best so far & # 39;

& # 39; One of my fav kills & # 39 ;: but for many, the shocking kill made the episode & # 39; one of the best so far & # 39;

& # 39; One of my fav kills & # 39 ;: but for many, the shocking kill made the episode & # 39; one of the best so far & # 39;

In the episode Villanelle is brought by her boss Konstantin (Kim Bodnia) to the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and her attention is drawn to a horrific painting by Jan de Baen.

The artist's work depicts the murder of the De Witt brothers, who were exterminated in 1672 and subsequently wound up by their political enemies.

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& # 39; They look like bacon, & # 39; Villanelle notes.

Later in the program, art begins to filter into life for the imaginative murderer.

Dressed to impress her target in a pink dress and a frightening pig mask, Villanelle fishes the man's attention as he explores the Red Light District.

Dressed to impress her target in a pink dress and a frightening pig mask, Villanelle vibrates the man's attention as he explores the Red Light District

Dressed to impress her target in a pink dress and a frightening pig mask, Villanelle vibrates the man's attention as he explores the Red Light District

Dressed to impress her target in a pink dress and a frightening pig mask, Villanelle vibrates the man's attention as he explores the Red Light District

Their time together soon begins to go south for the man when she opens the blinds, so that anyone gathering on the street witnesses her hanging upside down
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Their time together soon begins to go south for the man when she opens the blinds, so that anyone gathering on the street witnesses her hanging upside down

Their time together soon begins to go south for the man when she opens the blinds, so that anyone gathering on the street witnesses her hanging upside down

Because he thinks he's about to have fun, the father follows the assassin to a room and even lets him tie him up.

Villanelle does not waste time opening the blinds to the room, so that everyone gathering on the street witnesses her target being hung upside down.

She stabs a knife in his stomach while his wife, passing by, toucan.

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Those who cycle around think that it is all part of an elaborate act, where a witness amusingly tells his friend: & # 39; Realistic, right? & # 39;

And the last scene is strikingly similar to the new favorite painting of the hitman.

Killing Eve continues on BBC One next Saturday, with all episodes now available on BBC iPlayer.

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