‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ episode 10 will mark the end of season 3 of the crime drama series. The previous episode saw Lewinsky standing in front of the grand jury, subjecting herself to humiliating questioning. Another one to testify to the jury was Linda Tripp, who tried a lot to paint herself as a victim. The next episode will see her facing the ire of the public and those who she wronged. Meanwhile, Clinton will be facing the inevitable, despite Hillary’s steadfast efforts to save the presidency.
According to the official synopsis, we’ll also see Paula, who will continue to make desperate choices. Meanwhile, Monica will try to overcome this grossly unfair ordeal and move on. Let’s now delve into all that episode 10 of Impeachment: American Crime Story will entail. Spoilers ahead!
Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 9 Recap
Episode 9 focused largely on the women. The episode makes Monica Lewinsky’s testimony to the grand jurors the central focus of the show. We finally are made privy to all the sexual encounters Clinton and Lewinsky had. Monica goes through her testimony with courage while still retaining her empathy and innocence. We also see how the women’s voices and suffering were the least interesting parts of the case for Ken Starr.
Casualties in the Pursuit of Impeachment
FBI meets Juanita Broaddrick, who earlier denied that Clinton made any inappropriate moves. They make her revise her statements, and she does. She alleges that Clinton raped her. This tremendous allegation must have been the biggest focus for Ken Starr. However, it’s not really convenient for him, nor of any importance either. The message is clear — women’s plight reserved the backseat for Ken Starr, whose sole life mission was to get an impeachment. Since this new allegation wouldn’t have facilitated his efforts, he relegates it as a mere footnote.
Paula Faces Cameras & Husband
Meanwhile, the episode shifts its focus to Paula Jones. After a judge dismisses Paula’s lawsuit against Bill, Steve gets mad at her for not accepting Clinton’s settlement money. However, he was the one who adamantly rejected the settlement earlier. Now that he is out of work, he takes it out on his wife, believing that she was sexual with Clinton. Following the argument storms out of the house. Meanwhile, Paula has grown greatly worrisome of her big nose now that she’s in the public eye. So she gets a nose job.
Linda’s Testimony & Clinton Faces Perjury Charges
We also see Linda Tripp dishing out her testimony to the grand jury. She tries to paint her efforts of taping Monica as her attempts to save her from Clinton. Deeming Clinton’s behavior as a total abuse of power, she says she had to end it. She then says that she’s facing persecution for knowing too much. The jury doesn’t buy any of that. At last, Tripp tries to address the public, relating herself to the average American who’s amidst powerful players’ games.
Back at the Whitehouse, Hillary has embraced her professional role, putting her emotions regarding Bill aside. While she is surely not a bit sympathetic to whatever Bill came up with as an excuse for his perversion, she has her eye set on the bigger enemy — all those who want an impeachment. Starr, meanwhile, finally obtains a tape in which Lewinsky admits that President aroused her. He charges Clinton for perjury and obstruction of justice.
Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 10 Release Date & Preview
‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ episode 10 will release on November 9, 2021. The episode will conclude the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. The title for the episode is “The Wilderness”, possibly referring to the wildness that the scandal and its aftermath was, ensnaring the media, politics, and public of America. Michael Uppendahl has directed the episode, with the teleplay from Sarah Burgess. The episode will see the world come to a standstill following the Starr Report. US president Bill Clinton will finally face impeachment. Meanwhile, Linda will face the aftermath of her decisions. We’ll see other characters in the periphery amidst the aftermath too. Monica Lewinsky will try and consider how to move on with her life.
Watch Impeachment: American Crime Story Episode 10 Online — Streaming Details
Episode 10 of Impeachment: American Crime Story will air on FX on November 9, 2021, at 10 pm ET. New episodes air every week on Tuesdays. Episode 10 will mark the finale of season 3 of the American Crime Story series. You can also watch the TV shows online on FX Now or FX’s official website. You can also access FX online via Live TV services like Fubo TV, Sling TV, DirecTV, Hulu+Live TV, and YouTube TV. Viewers can also rent or purchase individual episodes via VOD platforms. These include Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, VUDU, and Google Play Store.