The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap: A Whisper, Not a Shout

The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4, called A Whisper, Not a Shout, is now out on Disney+ Hotstar. Directed by Wendey Stanzler, the 50 minutes episdoe is written by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi. The series stars Tony Hale, Kristen Schall, MaameYaa Boafo, Ryan Hurst, Mystic Inscho, Seth B Carr, Emmy DEoliveira and Marta Kessler.

The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap contains spoilers. The description for A Whisper, Not a Shout reads – Reynie and Sticky pursue the coveted Messenger status while the girls try to stay afloat in class. The episode starts with Mr Benedict’s Number Two getting suspicious about Rhonda. She sees Rhonda discreetly entering the house late at night.

In the next scene of The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4, Reynie, Sticky, Kate and Constance discuss Mr Benedict’s advice that Kate and Constance should cheat in exams to stay in the institute. Sticky is not pleased with it, but they’re worried that if both the girls won’t pass, Mr Curtain will erase their memory. The four kids see Mr Curtain writing in his journal in the garden. They plan to read what’s inside it as it may help the girls pass the exams.

After many difficulties, Sticky somehow manages to get a glimpse of what’s written on one page of Mr Curtain’s journal. Using his photographic memory, he writes and draws everything he saw in the journal. The kids are not able to understand the coded language in the journal. So the boys have no choice but to help Kate and Constance cheat in the exams. Reynie decides to help Constance, and Sticky will help Kate using Morse code.

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The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap: Still from the episode

At the Stonetown, Mr Benedict and Milligan decide to go to the peak to spy on the waters and Mr Curtain’s ship. They want to find out what exactly Mr Curtain’s horrible plans are. On the other hand, Number Two follows Rhonda to find out where she secretly goes outside. She finds Rhonda painting the walls with messages against the Emergency. Number Two confronts her says that even though her intentions are right, such an act can bring trouble to her and everyone else in Mr Benedict’s mission.

At the institute, Sticky gets caught using Morse Code and is sent to a Waiting Room that increases his anxiety. After spending some time inside, Mr Curtain calls him inside his cabin. Before Mr Curtain can say anything, Sticky confesses that he was cheating. Despite all the pressure from Mr Curtain, Sticky doesn’t reveal who he was helping with answers. Mr Curtain sends him back to the Waiting Room for some more time.

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After Sticky’s Waiting Room punishment is over and he heads back to the room, Reynie is worried for him. Kate and Constance also arrive there, and the latter reveals that she figured out the language in Mr Curtain’s journal with Caesar Cipher. It helps Sticky to understand everything written on that page. The kids find out that Mr Curtain has written down the names of people whose memories he wants to erase. The list has Mr Benedict, Number Two, Milligan and Rhonda’s names.

It’s a new day at the institute in The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4, A Whisper, Not a Shout. The results are out, and Constance is now safe. However, Kate doesn’t pass, and it’s her turn to get mind-sweep. When she is on her way to get her memories erased, Martina Crowe asks her to play tetherball with her. Crowe is annoyed that she lost to Kate in her game but pleased with her skills. So she makes Kate a part of the tetherball team. Thus, Kate is saved from getting her memories erased.

At the shore, Reynie, Sticky and Constance are worried for Kate. They all cheer when she arrives and tells them about tetherball and not getting mind-sweep. Suddenly, Constance hears a voice ahead in her head that says – Sailor, Release him. She is disturbed hearing the voice and asks others why can’t they hear it. Sticky tells everyone that it’s time for Mr Oshiro’s class and they should leave.

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The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap: A Whisper, Not a Shout

During Mr Oshiro’s class, Mr Curtain makes an energetic entry. He gives everything the big news that Reynie and Sticky are now promoted as the Messengers. The boys are happy to hear the news while their classmates wonder how the heck did it happen! At the Stonehouse, Mr Benedict and Milligan inform Number Two and Rhonda about Mr Curtain’s underwater machinery activities generating massive energy. They decide that the children might help them to find out what is exactly happening there. Well, that’s the end of Disney Plus’ The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 called A Whisper, Not a Shout.

The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap: Last Word

In just four episodes, the four kids have gone through a lot at the Institute. Mr Curtain still gives us the creeps, but he’s too good at hiding his evil face. Does he have any selfish intentions to make Reynie and Sticky the Messengers? Whose voice does Constance keep hearing, and will Mr Benedict get caught? We have no choice but to wait for more to find the truth like these four kids.

The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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The Mysterious Benedict Society Episode 4 Recap: The kids decide to cheat to save Kate and Constance. Mr Benedict spies on Mr Curtain's plans.
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