In the final ever episode, the gang discover that their community service is over and begin to contemplate life after the orange jumpsuits. Still upset at the way Rudy (Joseph Gilgun) treated her, Jess (Karla Crome) seeks comfort elsewhere; however, she soon discovers that her companion has a terrifying power that threatens her very existence. Meanwhile, Rudy’s alter ego discovers that Helen (Ellie Kendrick), Karen (Kate Bracken) and Sam (Michael Winder) aren’t quite the superheroes he expected them to be.
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As part of their community service, the gang have to look after a group of terminally ill patients. However, one of the patients seems intent on cheating death.
A mysterious gypsy casts a spell on Alex after he refuses to help a damsel in distress, and Rudy’s alter ego takes another step closer to finding the missing superhero depicted on the woolly jumper.
Rudy takes Finn to the superpower support group to help him get over Jess. But a girl with a mysterious power becomes infatuated with Finn and goes to extreme lengths to be with him.
Rudy, meanwhile, tries to quash his own growing attraction to Jess, but that doesn’t quite work.
The the gang help Rudy’s alter ego to find Helen, the mysterious electrician who saved his life.
The second Behind the Scenes video from the fifth and final series of Misfits. Joe Gilgun delves into just how hard it is to play Rudy, twice, while the cast and crew explain how hard it is to film Rudy, twice. Basically Rudy’s hard!
Abby is convinced she has finally met her soulmate in Laura until childhood memories return to haunt her, unleashing a terrifying force.
Finn is in an awkward position when it becomes clear that Greg, the probation worker, has a crush on him. And, searching for the mysterious superhero on his woolly jumper, Rudy’s alter-ego meets Sam.