WARNING: Major spoilers for 'Inhumans' follow!
Marvel's Inhumans is chugging right along — we're seven episodes in and there's just one more week until we get the finale of the show's first season.
Through the events of the first six episodes, two of the members of Attilan's Royal Family were killed off and thanks to some events during "Havoc In The Hidden Land," both of those characters have returned to the show, making the Royal Family full strength as they work to remove Maximus (Iwan Rheon) from the throne.
In one of the most "wait-what-the-hell" moments of the show, we only saw the green-skinned Triton (Mike Moh) for just a few seconds before he was apparently killed by some gun-wielded henchmen hunting down Inhumans.
While the amphibious Inhuman was able to fall down a waterfall — leaving fans with plenty of hope the character would surface again — we received little hints that he would, in fact, return.
However, trying to strategize how they were going to take back the throne, Black Bolt (Anson Mount) has Lockjaw transport the remaining alive Royal Family members to a beach. There, they look out into the ocean to see Triton speeding towards them in the water.
After he surfaces, Triton reveals that Black Bolt and he had previously come up with a backup plan should Triton's mission go south. We found out that Black Bolt knew Triton was alive the whole time.
Well, that was quick. After sacrificing himself to kill
With his body in tow during tonight's episode, the Royal Family returned to Attilan in an attempt to stop Maximus' coup.
Thanks to Maximus' partnership with the geneticist Dr. Declan (Henry Ian Cusick), Karnak was able to look at some of the DNA work completed in Declan's Hawaiian lab.
Karak is able to convince Auran to help him out and using Auran's DNA and restorative powers, Karnak injects Gorgon with a mixture that would hopefully revive him. When the hooved Inhuman fails to stir, Karnak and Auran leave disappointed.
After Maximus is captured by Triton and Black Bolt, Declan happens to be milling around the Terrigenesis chambers when Gorgon rips the door off his chamber — he's alive!