The Outer Banks Season 2 has just landed on Netflix, returning John B and Sarah Cameron to the fugitive scene.
The second season has 10 episodes and fans are eagerly waiting to see if Netflix renews the popular show for Season 3.
With potential character deaths usually kept to the season finale, Outer Banks gave fans of Sarah a scare during the second episode, and we’re here to explore that cliffhanger and the subsequent episode.
Outer Banks Episode 2 Cliffhanger
*Major Spoilers Ahead*
While John B and Sarah are in the Bahamas, we also see Ward and Rafe drive away with the gold worth half a billion. Just when they thought they were in the clear, a group of kids jump out to slash the truck’s tires – a trap orchestrated by Terrance and Cleo.
Now that Ward and Rafe have no vehicle to escape in, the pair continue before being held at gunpoint by Terrance and Cleo.
During the holdup, John B and Sarah are on the scene heading towards the truck, which prompts Rafe to open fire on them. John B manages to drive off with Sarah, however she reveals that she has been shot.
Outer Banks Episode 3 Recap
John B puts Sarah’s life in the hands of Terrance’s “Doctor”, forcing him to hand over some of the gold as payment.
While the doctor operates on Sarah, she momentarily regains consciousness before flatlining and appears to die.
As John B is unwilling to accept her death, he begins aggressive CPR on the character, which miraculously manages to bring her back to life.
Does Sarah Die in Outer Banks Season 2?
- Yes, technically Sarah does die in Episode 3 whilst being operated on. However, John B resuscitates her and she springs back to life and good health.
The character’s speedy recovery sees her and John B racing through the streets once again with Cleo, fleeing on a boat up North.
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