Is Tracy protecting Kyle? “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 mystery leaves fans stunned

Contains spoilers for “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3

KINGSTOWN, MICHIGAN: “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 has become very popular, attracting fans with its gripping plot and strong characters.

This season also focused on Kyle McLusky (Taylor Handley) and Tracy (Nishi Munshi), deepening their personal and professional lives.

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Tracy returns to work after giving birth to her baby. However, upon returning to work, Tracy is confronted with the harsh realities faced by women prisoners within the prison system.

This new perspective exposes her to the ubiquitous issues and struggles that female inmates endure.

Is Tracy protecting Kyle by hiding the truth about female inmates?

Nishi Munshi as Tracy and Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a painting by
Nishi Munshi as Tracy and Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a painting from “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episode 6 (@paramount+)

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episode 6, Tracy learns that a female inmate named Sheri “Cherry” Maxwell (Natasha Marc) gave birth to a baby while incarcerated in the women’s correctional facility for three years. This discovery causes Tracy to question how Sheri could have been pregnant during her incarceration.

She suspects that Sheri was raped inside the prison by the staff. Concerned by this disturbing revelation, Tracy contacts the warden.

In Season 1, Sheri killed a rookie guard in retaliation for killing a Crip member. At that time, the prison wanted Mariam McLusky (Dianne Wiest) to persuade Sheri to admit that she was not raped by the guard she killed.

However, instead of obeying, Mariam really listened to Sheri, understanding her history of violence, and refused to do the prison’s offer.

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Episode 6, Tracy decides not to inform Kyle about Sheri’s situation. It seems like she wants to protect him, especially since he just joined the SWAT team and she’s worried about adding more stress to her already demanding and dangerous job.

It is also possible that Tracy refrains from telling Kyle because she is afraid that he might be worried about possible repercussions from the guards if she speaks honestly against one of them.

The situation involves prison staff raping women inside the facility, who pose a significant danger because of their authority and power.

This creates a frightening prospect for any woman affected, as they face a dangerous situation where speaking up could lead to further abuse or retaliation.

Fans are debating Tracy’s decision to keep Kyle in the dark

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Nishi Munshi as Tracy and Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a painting from “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 (Paramount/@dennispmongjr)

Many fans turned to Reddit to discuss Tracy’s decision to withhold information from Kyle in “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3.

A fan on Reddit questioned, “Is Tracy choosing not to tell Kyle about Cherry and her real reason for meeting the warden simply because moments of levity are fewer and fewer, Or is there another deeper reason?”

This sparked a lively discussion among fans about Tracy’s motivation and secret. A fan wrote on Reddit, “I figured Kyle would probably be worried about repercussions from the guards if she voiced her concerns about one of them, and Kyle would probably just want her to keep quiet about it. Can someone explain why the guard said that the “father” wouldn’t be the guy she killed, was it someone else i loved when tracy corrected her and lady it’s an ATTACKER not a father happens to tracy!”

Another fan wrote on Reddit, “The warden clearly warned Tracy to leave well enough alone, and Tracy didn’t understand the undertones, at least during their meeting. The warden saw her naivety and suggested an anonymous complaint – ridiculous, because everyone knows who. was unhappy about Cherry giving birth while restrained Maybe Tracy later accepted the warden’s words, realized that stirring the pot in a prison in Kingstown is how you make yourself dead, and didn’t want to worry Kyle.”

The fan continued, “I think we all know she’s not going to let it go. Kyle, likewise, minimizes her transition to SWAT, and the inherent greater dangers involved. Lying there with her baby, they’re lying to themselves and to each other, to the point that it seems to foreshadow both of them getting themselves killed and Mike having to raise the baby Will he marry the DA or Iris to make it a nuclear family, or should he strap the baby into a car seat and drive away out of town whistling as the series finale concludes.”

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Nishi Munshi as Tracy in a painting from “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 (Paramount/@dennispmongjr)

Another fan commented on Reddit, saying, “This part I don’t understand – how is it not the guy she killed a baby? How did they make it confusing – I wish they just used a different woman because it’s confusing and makes you think it’s is the guy that Cherry killed and I also agree that the creepy guard is either the father or Tracy will have some kind of affair with him because they make his character so confident.”

Another fan made a prediction on Reddit that in “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 4, Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner) and Iris (Emma Laird) may find themselves unexpectedly caring for Sheri’s baby while navigating dangerous situations and avoiding gunfire.

Another fan said on Reddit, “Everyone said Kyle was going to leave little Mitch fatherless. Looks like Tracy may leave the kid motherless.” The fan’s prediction indicates that the situation surrounding Sheri’s baby is dangerous, implying that Tracy’s possible action, such as filing a complaint, could put her at risk of retaliation, even possibly endangering her life.

A fan wrote on Reddit, “Tracy is about to lose her s**t!” While another fan said on Reddit, “I’m also suspicious of the guard who keeps inserting himself into all her situations.”

How to stream “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3?

Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in stills of Mayor of Kingstown (@paramount+)
Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ photo shoot (@paramount+)

“Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episodes 1-6 are currently available for streaming on Paramount+. New episodes of “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 are released every Sunday.

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