American Gods | Season 1 Episode 3 Clip: Rooftop Fortune | STARZ

What is it?

Here is a scene from episode 3 (Head Full Of Snow) from the television show American Gods (Season 1):

What is it about?

This is how Fandom describes this scene:

Shadow awakens in the middle of the night in Czernobog‘s and the Zoryas’ apartment.

He discovers the living room window open and climbs out onto the fire-escape and up to the roof.

Zorya Polunochnaya is star-gazing, keeping watch over Odin’s Wain and the Great Bear.

She explains to him that she and her sisters monitor the sky day and night to make sure the “bad thing chained up in those stars” does not escape and eat up everything.

She reads Shadow’s palm and says he has nothing because he believes in nothing.

She asks if he sold his head to Czernobog and tells him she can help him in exchange for a kiss.

They kiss and she proceeds to tell him to “take the moon.”.

He doesn’t understand what she means so she does it for him and plucks it out of the night sky.

She gives it to him, telling him it is protection but not as strong as the sun protection he was given once before.

She tells him to wake up.

My Thoughts

This is one of several little magical scenes from the television show and the book that I like, I wish that goddesses would have been featured more in the book, and I hope that more goddesses are shown in the television show in the upcoming season(s).

I like the actress Erika Kaar who played the role of the character Zorya Polunochnaya in this scene, I think that her performance and her appearance (clothing, hair, et cetera) et cetera worked well in this scene, and hopefully we will get to see her again in the show.

The end,

-John Jr

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