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The Last of Us: Steven Spielberg is a fan of the show’s critically acclaimed third episode

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The Last of Us director has revealed that Steven Spielberg is a fan of the show’s bittersweet third episode. Earlier this year, the HBO adaptation of the popular game franchise became an instant hit with TV enthusiasts for its stellar storytelling and showstopping acting performances from Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey.

While the entire first season was well-received, its heartbreaking third episode proved to be a standout with viewers. Spoilers ahead Titled ‘Long Long Time’ after the Linda Ronstadt classic, the narrative temporarily shifts from Joel and Ellie to paranoid survivalist Bill (Nick Offerman) and his laidback partner Frank (Murray Bartlett).

Throughout the episode, viewers follow the couple over two decades as they fall in love, protect their Lincoln home from infected people and raiders and strike a partnership with Joel (Pascal) and Tess (Anna Torv).

In their later years, a terminally ill Frank asks Bill to euthanize him. Offerman’s character subverts the harmful trope of equating homosexuality with tragedy, however, as he lethally doses both of their wine glasses, saying: “This isn’t the tragic suicide at the end of the play.”.

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