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Flight Attendant: The 3 People Who Could Be Cassie’s Double Explained

Stewardess Season 2 features many familiar faces, including Ani (Zosia Mamet), Max (Deniz Akdeniz), and Megan (Rosie Perez). However, several new characters are also introduced, including Cassie’s new Imperial Atlantic Airlines colleague Grace. She, played by Mae Martin, flew to Berlin with Cassie. She was also in the exact same area when Cassie first spotted her doppelganger. In fact, Grace was nearby when the car exploded. Her closeness to events makes it easy for her to pull off the impersonator.

Surprisingly, Grace has the same physique. Air hostessIt’s cache. Of course she doesn’t have long blonde hair, but she could easily wear her wig. She doesn’t have the exact tattoo Cassie has, but was able to use a temporary tattoo that was easily erased. Whoever impersonates Cassie must be her pro in what she does. to Stewardess In season 2 episode 2, it is said that Grace had served in the military in the past. This experience will equip you with specific skills to facilitate impersonation. Because she deserves it, Cassie was also skeptical of Grace at first. But while she doesn’t have tattoos and looks very funny and cool, it’s best for Cassie to keep an eye out for her surroundings until all this mystery is solved.

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Grace isn’t the only new player in Cassie’s life. Stewardess season2. Cathy, a civilian CIA agent, has a handler Benjamin (Mom McRae). The two seem to be on good terms, but they get into trouble after a car explosion in Berlin, especially after Cassie publicly lied about her whereabouts during the incident. So Cathy is called to the CIA office where she meets Benjamin’s boss, Dot Carlson (Sheryl Hines). Cassie shares her suspicions that someone with her is trying to impersonate her as her Dot. She even mentions tattoos. But Dot downplayed Cassie’s concerns and said she may have been paranoid because so many women could have had the same tattoo.

It is already suspicious behavior. This is especially true for those who work for the CIA. At least she should have succumbed to Kaley Cuoco’s words. Air hostess Don’t kill your character right away. It’s worth noting that, like Grace, Dot has almost the same appearance as Cassie. Not to mention the fact that she works with the Glass-Eyes Man who was in Berlin the night of the car explosion. In the end, it seems Dot specifically wanted Cassie to handle this case. In a closed meeting with Benjamin, he raised some red flags as to why Cassie shouldn’t be a CIA agent. But Dot insists she’s ready to do her job. It could be because she already knows her weaknesses in her Cassie, so she can easily manipulate her.

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A third potential Cassie impersonation is also new. Stewardess Character – Gabrielle Diaz by Callie Hernandez. Kathy meets her and her husband Esteban (JJ Soria) in Berlin and it becomes immediately clear that they are doing something bad. First, they cloned Cassie’s phone or hotel room card. They were later identified as shady people when they found them kidnapped Cassie’s house in Los Angeles and stalked her. Like Grace and Dot, Gabrielle is built almost exactly like Cassie. But even if she’s not blonde, wearing a wig on her would be as easy as getting a fake tattoo would be easy. Anyway, it looks like she’s already wearing a brown hair wig. Perhaps she is actually blonde and is trying to change her look so Cassie doesn’t suspect her.

At this point, Gabrielle and Esteban are the only ones doing something explicitly illegal. Stewardess Season 2. There is still no information on who they are connected to or why they are following Cassie in the first place. But the fact that they’re clearly targeting her Cassie means they’re planning something of her with her. Given their lies, it’s likely not a good thing they’re plotting. Whether Gabrielle is her father or not, Cassie has to make sure she keeps her distance from Diazes. Hopefully, Ani and Max can sense that their new neighbors aren’t good, and that Cassie can warn her about them, even though she’s never really listened to them.

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Flight Attendant: The 3 People Who Could Be Cassie’s Double Explained

The Flight Attendant season 2 brings back a string of familiar faces such as Ani (Zosia Mamet), Max (Deniz Akdeniz), and Megan (Rosie Perez). However, it also introduces several new characters, including Cassie’s new Imperial Atlantic Airlines co-worker, Grace. Played by Mae Martin, she was on the same flight to Berlin as Cassie. She was also in the exact same area when Cassie first spotted her doppelganger; in fact, Grace was close by when the car explosion happened. Her proximity to the incident makes it easy for her to pull off the impersonation.
Noticeably, Grace has the same build as Flight Attendant‘s Cassie. Granted, she doesn’t have the same long blonde hair, but she could have easily worn a wig. Similarly, despite not having the exact tattoo that Cassie has, she could have also used a temporary one that can be easily washed off. Finally, whoever is impersonating Cassie is clearly a pro at what she’s doing. In The Flight Attendant season 2, episode 2, Grace is revealed to have previously been in the military. That experience equips her with certain skill sets to pull off the impersonation seamlessly. For what it’s worth, Cassie was also initially suspicious of Grace. But while she doesn’t have the tattoo and is seemingly super fun and cool, it’s best if Cassie keeps her guard up around her until this whole mystery gets resolved. 
Dot Karlson

Grace isn’t the only new player in Cassie’s life in The Flight Attendant season 2.  As a civilian informant for the CIA, Cassie has a handler, Benjamin (Mo McRae). The pair appears to have a decent working relationship, but after the car blast in Berlin, both get in trouble for what happened — especially after Cassie blatantly lies about her whereabouts during the incident. So, Cassie is called to the CIA office where she meets Benjamin’s boss, Dot Karlson (Cheryl Hines). Cassie shares her suspicions that someone is trying to impersonate her with Dot; she even mentions the tattoo. But, Dot simply brushes her off, downplaying Cassie’s worries and saying that countless women may have gotten the same tattoo, so she may just be paranoid.
This is already suspicious behavior — especially for someone who’s working at the CIA. At the very least, she should have indulged Kaley Cuoco’s Flight Attendant character and not shot her down right away. Like Grace, it’s worth noting that Dot has roughly the same looks as Cassie, not to mention the fact that she’s working with the guy with the glass eye who was in Berlin the night of the car blast. Finally, it seems like Dot specifically wanted Cassie to deal with this case. During her closed-door meeting with Benjamin, he was raising some red flags on why they shouldn’t keep Cassie as a CIA informant. But Dot insists that she’s equipped for the job. This could be because she already knows Cassie’s weaknesses, making her easy to manipulate.
Gabrielle Diaz 

The third potential Cassie impersonator is another new The Flight Attendant character — Callie Hernandez’s Gabrielle Diaz. Cassie encounters her and her husband, Esteban (JJ Soria) in Berlin, and immediately, it’s clear that they’re up to no good. For starters, they cloned Cassie’s phone or hotel room card. Later on, they’re confirmed to be sketchy people when they hijacked the house in front of Cassie’s in Los Angeles, establishing that they are stalking her. Like Grace and Dot, Gabrielle is roughly the same build as Cassie. But although she doesn’t have blonde hair, it would be very easy for her to wear a wig, the same way that it would be easy to have a fake tattoo. In any case, it seems like she’s already wearing a brunette wig. Perhaps she’s actually blonde and she’s trying to change her appearance so Cassie won’t suspect her.
At this point, Gabrielle and Esteban are the only ones who are explicitly doing anything illegal in The Flight Attendant season 2. There’s no information yet about who they’re affiliated with or why they’re even following Cassie. But the fact that they’re obviously targeting Cassie means that they’re planning something that involves her. Considering their lies, chances are that whatever they’re scheming isn’t good. Whether or not Gabrielle is her impersonator, Cassie needs to make sure to keep her distance from the Diazes. Hopefully, Ani and Max can sense their new neighbor is up to no good and warn Cassie about them even though she doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to listening to her friends.
The Flight Attendant drops new episodes Thursdays on HBO Max.

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Flight Attendant: The 3 People Who Could Be Cassie’s Double Explained

The Flight Attendant season 2 brings back a string of familiar faces such as Ani (Zosia Mamet), Max (Deniz Akdeniz), and Megan (Rosie Perez). However, it also introduces several new characters, including Cassie’s new Imperial Atlantic Airlines co-worker, Grace. Played by Mae Martin, she was on the same flight to Berlin as Cassie. She was also in the exact same area when Cassie first spotted her doppelganger; in fact, Grace was close by when the car explosion happened. Her proximity to the incident makes it easy for her to pull off the impersonation.
Noticeably, Grace has the same build as Flight Attendant‘s Cassie. Granted, she doesn’t have the same long blonde hair, but she could have easily worn a wig. Similarly, despite not having the exact tattoo that Cassie has, she could have also used a temporary one that can be easily washed off. Finally, whoever is impersonating Cassie is clearly a pro at what she’s doing. In The Flight Attendant season 2, episode 2, Grace is revealed to have previously been in the military. That experience equips her with certain skill sets to pull off the impersonation seamlessly. For what it’s worth, Cassie was also initially suspicious of Grace. But while she doesn’t have the tattoo and is seemingly super fun and cool, it’s best if Cassie keeps her guard up around her until this whole mystery gets resolved. 
Dot Karlson

Grace isn’t the only new player in Cassie’s life in The Flight Attendant season 2.  As a civilian informant for the CIA, Cassie has a handler, Benjamin (Mo McRae). The pair appears to have a decent working relationship, but after the car blast in Berlin, both get in trouble for what happened — especially after Cassie blatantly lies about her whereabouts during the incident. So, Cassie is called to the CIA office where she meets Benjamin’s boss, Dot Karlson (Cheryl Hines). Cassie shares her suspicions that someone is trying to impersonate her with Dot; she even mentions the tattoo. But, Dot simply brushes her off, downplaying Cassie’s worries and saying that countless women may have gotten the same tattoo, so she may just be paranoid.
This is already suspicious behavior — especially for someone who’s working at the CIA. At the very least, she should have indulged Kaley Cuoco’s Flight Attendant character and not shot her down right away. Like Grace, it’s worth noting that Dot has roughly the same looks as Cassie, not to mention the fact that she’s working with the guy with the glass eye who was in Berlin the night of the car blast. Finally, it seems like Dot specifically wanted Cassie to deal with this case. During her closed-door meeting with Benjamin, he was raising some red flags on why they shouldn’t keep Cassie as a CIA informant. But Dot insists that she’s equipped for the job. This could be because she already knows Cassie’s weaknesses, making her easy to manipulate.
Gabrielle Diaz 

The third potential Cassie impersonator is another new The Flight Attendant character — Callie Hernandez’s Gabrielle Diaz. Cassie encounters her and her husband, Esteban (JJ Soria) in Berlin, and immediately, it’s clear that they’re up to no good. For starters, they cloned Cassie’s phone or hotel room card. Later on, they’re confirmed to be sketchy people when they hijacked the house in front of Cassie’s in Los Angeles, establishing that they are stalking her. Like Grace and Dot, Gabrielle is roughly the same build as Cassie. But although she doesn’t have blonde hair, it would be very easy for her to wear a wig, the same way that it would be easy to have a fake tattoo. In any case, it seems like she’s already wearing a brunette wig. Perhaps she’s actually blonde and she’s trying to change her appearance so Cassie won’t suspect her.
At this point, Gabrielle and Esteban are the only ones who are explicitly doing anything illegal in The Flight Attendant season 2. There’s no information yet about who they’re affiliated with or why they’re even following Cassie. But the fact that they’re obviously targeting Cassie means that they’re planning something that involves her. Considering their lies, chances are that whatever they’re scheming isn’t good. Whether or not Gabrielle is her impersonator, Cassie needs to make sure to keep her distance from the Diazes. Hopefully, Ani and Max can sense their new neighbor is up to no good and warn Cassie about them even though she doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to listening to her friends.
The Flight Attendant drops new episodes Thursdays on HBO Max.

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