What happened to Captain Terrance and Stubbs in Season 2 of Outer Banks?
Season 2 of OUTER BANKS is now available on Netflix, and fans are asking what happened to two of the characters. Captain Terrance and Stubbs, what happened to them?
Fans of Outer Banks season two have already binge-watched all ten episodes, and the show is still in the top ten on Netflix. Captain Terrance (played by Terence Rosemore) and Stubbs are two new characters introduced in the Netflix action-adventure series (Jontavious Johnson). Fans are curious as to what happened to the two major characters that vanished halfway through the season.
The second season of Outer Banks began right where the first ended, with John B (Chase Stokes) and Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline) on their way to the Bahamas.
During the storm, they were picked up by a boat, and Captain Terrance had supplied them with a safe spot to sleep.
He discovered they were wanted fugitives with a bounty on their heads, and he was ready to collect the money.
When they arrived in the Bahamas, the captain instructed his crew, including Stubbs and Cleo (Carlacia Grant), that they would turn the stowaways in.
The duo managed to flee, but were captured by the team shortly afterwards.
John B and Sarah revealed the true cause for their escape, as well as the gold, to the captain and his men.
They agreed to split the wealth if they could assist them in recovering it from the Cameron estate.
They decided to work together and devised a cunning scheme to steal the gold from Ward’s (Charles Esten) and Rafe’s (Drew Starkey) truck.
Everything looked to be going well until Rafe shot Sarah, and Terrance directed them to a doctor who could help.
While John B sought assistance, Terrance, Cleo, and Stubbs attempted to transport the gold to a boat so they could flee.
They were apprehended by the police at the eleventh hour and were never seen again.
Cleo was the sole character who remained in the series after helping John B and Sarah return home.
Later, when they were on board Ward’s ship, she assisted them. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”