Hawkeye Episode 4 Review: Troubles From the Past

Hawkeye Episode 4 ‘Partners, Am I Right?’ is now streaming on Disney+. Directed by Bert & Bertie, the episode is written by Heather Quinn & Erin Cancino. The episode stars Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Tony Dalton, Fra Fee, Linda Cardellini, Vera Farmiga, and Alaqua Cox.

The synopsis reads, “Secrets are revealed about a key suspect in the mystery, while hard truths emerge about Hawkeye and his past.”

Hawkeye Episode 4 Review Contains Spoilers

Hawkeye Episode 4 Recap

In Hawkeye Episode 4, Eleanor comes to the rescue of Hawkeye and Kate as Jack almost attacks Clint with his sword. She’s not really pleased to see an Avenger in her room. Eleanor asks Kate why she tried to access her laptop, and her daughter informs her that she is on a mission with Clint. Eleanor is not pleased to hear this and secretly tells Clint to keep her daughter away from his business.

Marvel brings back the Christmas spirit as Kate saves the festival in today’s episode. She brings a Christmas tree, lights, pizza and warm sweaters for herself and her ‘Partner’. The duo talks about many things – blip, Ronin, Natasha and Clint even teaches Kate one of his tricks. With Laura’s help, Clint tries to get some information about Jack’s company Sloan. Turns out, Kate’s instinct about Jake doing something wrong has been right.

Clint warns Kazi to tell Maya to stop chasing Ronin. Kate believes there’s someone above Maya and Jack controlling everything. Laura tells Clint to get his hands on a watch that can be useful to know some truth. Kate goes inside an apartment to sneakily retrieve the watch while Hawkeye keeps a watch on the roof. However, turns out it is Maya’s apartment, and there’s a fight off between her and Kate.

Hawkeye Episode 4 Still
Hawkeye Episode 4 Still ft. Jeremy Renner & Hailee Steinfeld

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On the roof, someone else attacks Clint with their face covered. Kate somehow runs out to help Clint, and now 4 people are fighting among themselves. What’s up with the watch? Why does Eleanor not want her daughter to do something good? What is Jack really doing? Who is the attacked on the roof? What’s the next big trouble going to change Clint Barton’s life forever? The questions are a lot, and the episodes left are only 2.

The beginning of today’s episode is amusing, followed by some joyous and heartwarming moments. The last fifteen minutes are fast-paced and action-packed, keeping you on the edge of your seat. So much happened in such a brief time, with the last few seconds leaving you shocked. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until next week to find out what happens next. In this episode, fans will be moved by certain Natasha Romanoff flashbacks and parallels. Kate and Clint are doing everything to save the festival. But the troubles are piling up.

Hawkeye Episode 4 Review: Final Thoughts

Overall, today’s episode was outstanding and left you wanting more. The person who attacks Clint Barton won’t budge away from killing him. It’s personal for them. Also, Maya is unaware of Clint’s identity as Ronin. So that’s a lot for a human Avenger to handle. Clint also asks Kate to stay away from him at the end. So how will he manage alone?

‘Partners, Am I Right?’ is now streaming on Disney+.

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Hawkeye Episode 4: Titled 'Partners, Am I Right?', Clint and Kate have more troubles incoming as they try to handle what's already there.

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