THE BOYS Vs. The Seven In New Teaser For This Week's Penultimate Season 4 Episode

THE BOYS Vs. The Seven In New Teaser For This Week's Penultimate Season 4 Episode

With just two episodes of The Boys season 4 to go, Prime Video has shared a teaser promo for this week's penultimate instalment, and it spotlights what looks like an intense battle...

By MarkCassidy - Jul 08, 2024 12:07 PM EST
Filed Under: The Boys

Prime Video has shared a teaser for this week's penultimate season 4 episode of The Boys, and it looks like we're finally going to see Billy Butcher's crew face-off against The Seven.

Though Homelander doesn't appear to be involved (it wouldn't be much of a fight if he was), we do see Butcher, Starlight and MM throwing down against Black Noir and The Deep. A-Train is also present, but will he join his fellow Supes in order to keep the fact that he's been feeding The Boys information secret, or is it finally time for the reformed speedster to step up and be a real hero?

If not, we don't like Billy and the gang's odds. The Deep may be a moron, but he is pretty powerful. Likewise Noir, even if he does lack his predecessor's pronounced sadistic streak. Kimiko would level the playing field significantly, but she may have a situation of her own to deal with if members of the Shining Light Liberation Army decide to seek revenge.

The promo also features Ryan and an A-Train puppet filing a Vought Christmas Special, Frenchie (seemingly) out of prison, and Homelander looking even more deranged than usual.

Check out the new teaser at the link below, and let us know if you've been enjoying this season of The Boys so far in the comments section.

"The world is on the brink. Victoria Neuman is closer than ever to the Oval Office and under the muscly thumb of Homelander, who is consolidating his power," reads the official season 4 synopsis. "Butcher, with only months to live, has lost Becca’s son as well as his job as The Boys’ leader. The rest of the team are fed up with his lies. With the stakes higher than ever, they have to find a way to work together and save the world before it’s too late."

Returning cast members include Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara, Colby Minifie, Claudia Doumit, and Cameron Crovetti, along with new recruits Susan Heyward, Valorie Curry, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

The first three episodes of The Boys season 4 will be available to stream from June 13th, with new instalments dropping weekly through to the season finale on July 18.

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IAmAHoot - 7/8/2024, 12:49 PM
Bring it! Butcher's presence with the gang would have been much appreciated in the last episode.
TheVisionary25 - 7/8/2024, 12:53 PM
@IAmAHoot - I think that’s the reason why I don’t think this season has been as strong as least 1 & 3..

The Boys haven’t been together that much , they all for the most part seem like they are all on their seperate arcs which is fine and I’m enjoying them all to varying degrees but I do miss the team being together.
IAmAHoot - 7/8/2024, 1:02 PM
@TheVisionary25 - The Boys falling apart is clearly a theme this season. M.M. in charge is clearly not working fully, and he's not fully respected as leader. And as much as Butcher's irreverence can get to be too much, it's the charm that makes The Boys the diabolical offset crew that they are; without him there are parts where the other members are foul-mouthed or presenting foul ideas, etc. but it just makes the show feel like it's trying even harder. Plus, a bunch of characters are just going through repeat arcs this season of ground that's been covered before.
Overall, yeah, either way really miss the more sound group dynamic.
TheVisionary25 - 7/8/2024, 1:10 PM
@IAmAHoot - idk if it’s just repeat arcs but moreso just continuing those arcs to me

Also I think it’s less MM not being fully respected as leader because I don’t think that’s the case but that he’s got a lot on his plate with his daughter and now being in charge of the team aswell as having to answer to people

It’s gotten to him hence his panic attack in the last episode.
IAmAHoot - 7/8/2024, 1:38 PM
@TheVisionary25 - The repeat thing moreso I was especially thinking about Frenchie, in the drug use and regret for killing someone's family. And then Kimiko and him generally go on their rollercoasters together so they get tied in.
The disrespect thing with MM especially stemmed from earlier episodes, with Hughie's disapproval of kicking Butcher out, and the episode where he needed them to do stuff, but all went off to do their own things, which included (I believe) Kimiko even flipping him off (with a smile). It all contributed to him being overwhelmed, which they've been building on since Episode 1 of this season.
TheVisionary25 - 7/8/2024, 1:45 PM
@IAmAHoot - ahhh true , I forgot about the Kimiko thing

Frenchie’s past and him dealing with it has been pretty much his journey throughout the entire show so I can understand some people feel it’s retreading ground but it’s still worked decently for me (and in some ways feels like the climax of this).
HermanM - 7/8/2024, 12:53 PM
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ANewPope - 7/8/2024, 12:57 PM
@HermanM - Looks like you're the one that's seething by posting this
darthgeekboy - 7/8/2024, 1:19 PM
@ANewPope - and you were triggered enough to respond to it.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:27 PM
@darthgeekboy - He wasnt triggered. He was just calling out the obvious.
HermanM - 7/8/2024, 1:33 PM
@ANewPope -
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HermanM - 7/8/2024, 1:33 PM
@TheRogue - you don't think people know Homelander is the show's villain?
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:37 PM
@HermanM - Everybody knows that. These childish 4chan spamming memes is silly.
HermanM - 7/8/2024, 1:51 PM
@TheRogue - people can't like the bad guy?
Ikusa - 7/8/2024, 5:00 PM
@HermanM - I think they can. There's quite a few bad guys I'm a fan of. Tony Soprano, Vern Schllinger, Omar Little, Walter White, Gavin Newsome
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 5:36 PM
@Ikusa - Hrm good choices
HermanM - 7/8/2024, 6:49 PM
@Ikusa - Magneto, Joker
McMurdo - 7/8/2024, 12:57 PM
Who's getting sexually assaulted this week?
Origame - 7/8/2024, 1:00 PM
@McMurdo - it'll be Hughie again clearly. Because what's funnier than taking a man traumatized by losing his father right before being sexually assaulted than it is to have that same person sexually assaulted again 🙄

Just imagine if Hughie was a woman. This show would be canceled so fast.
mountainman - 7/8/2024, 1:03 PM
@McMurdo - I fast forwarded every scene from the dungeon last week. I have no interest in watching it.

And it’s so funny how terrible the writers are that they can have an objectively bad guy like Tech Knight who literally rapes people in his sex dungeon, but that isn’t enough and we have to give him the over-the-top story point that he is old wealthy from his ancestors being slavers. The writers of this show sound like teenagers on Reddit with how juvenile and shallow they are.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:05 PM
@mountainman - I mean its either or. The slave catchers show his wealth, and probably to represent old money in america. Albeit in a very forward way. Rich people often turn out to have evil sources of wealth and are perverts.

Not to mention his butler is black and kinda a slave, which was kinda clever. I like they didint call attention to that.

Still a cringy episode though.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:08 PM
@mountainman - To be clear tek knight still sucked though for different reasons.
mountainman - 7/8/2024, 1:12 PM
@TheRogue - I just found that whole sequence to be very cringey. It’s just poor writing. I know there are people who have money and power today who’s ancestors made their money from slaving. But that dialog was bad. And it didn’t add anything. You do something like that to make the audience dislike a character that they previously liked. We all disliked Tech Knight already and would have disliked him even more with the dungeon.

I think the butler thing was handled well enough in that he had begrudgingly put up with his kink and hurting others for years, but the plan to start imprisoning dissidents is what took him over the edge.

I get that the butler was black, but it just seemed like a twisted take on the Batman/Alfred relationship to me.

That last episode was mostly pretty bad besides some of the interesting dynamics and conversations at that party.

The Butcher reveal was 100% expected and then tried giving us this Fight Club reveal that didn’t land.

The Tech Knight stuff was terrible.

Sister Sage was goofy and lame after her injury.

Homelander and Neuman were the highlights to me, as has been true most of this season.

The Firecracker / Homelander part was unsettling but seemed to be in line for both characters at least.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:16 PM
@mountainman - Imo I dont think everything is just to "Make the audience to hate the character more" Its just more for their metaphors and you know.....representing the rich and evil. Like I said the butler thing was clever. HOWEVER. I do agree with you. It was somewhat on the nose. Esspecialy seeing all the bdsm reference books, and subtetly at all. He says right to his face he was a slave catcher.

Would it have been better to have A train see a picture of Tek Knights family being slave catchers.

As for the bdsm stuff. That sucked. I liked the racism stuff, I thought that was kinda clever showing america fuel the racism war, and the butler stuff. BUT THE BDSM STuFF? Its boring.

Every single hero is a sex pest, apart from black noir.


Its so [frick]ing dull now. Its so [frick]ing unminaginative. I get it they are all degenerates and metaphors for rich people. But its so over done.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:18 PM
@mountainman - I was hoping webweaver would be a psychopathic killer from the photos.

Instead he's a pervert

I was hoping tek knight was a media mogul batman. Maybe he has weird amount of prep, or relationbship with homelander. And him running prisons sounds cool

Instead he's a pervert.

Even Sister sage has constant sex scenes, and "HOW DEPRAVED THEY ARE?!"

Its dull as [frick] now. At least the racism stuff is kinda new.
mountainman - 7/8/2024, 1:22 PM
@TheRogue - In the first season of the show, the concept of showing heroes as self-obsessed narcissists that had the worst tendencies of our world’s celebrities was such a clever and fresh take. They just haven’t done much with that concept since then. Homelander is the only member of the Seven to get significant growth over these four seasons, which is why he is a lot of people’s favorite character despite obviously being the bad guy. Also I agree if the Tech Knight thing had just been him saying he has old money and A Train noticing hints of where it came from it had been better.

I’m really hoping A Train can either get out (unlikely) or make some significant contribution to the good guy side before he is killed (more likely). His redemption arc has been decent so far.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:24 PM
@mountainman - I somewhat agree. To be fair A train and Maeve grew a lot, and deep in a way. But yeah none of them are threats or interesting on their own. Its really just homelander vs everyone. There are no other psychopathic villains (Apart from neumen) or interesting supes left on the bad side. Its just homelander vs everybody. I would have liked psychopathic supes, cannibal supes, or more body horror.

They had a cool super terrorist storyline. What happened to them? Are the super terrorists just gone?
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 1:25 PM
@mountainman - As for A train, Im not too much of a fan of his redemption. Hughie forgiving him is pathetic, and cliche, and he hasn't even mentioned pop claw this season. I like how he's doing better, but I think he should die.
McMurdo - 7/8/2024, 3:18 PM
@TheRogue - over done is a great way to put it. Over wrought even.
TheRogue - 7/8/2024, 5:36 PM
@McMurdo - Indeed.
Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 8:23 PM
@Origame - well, they had Starlight SA first episode in so no, it would still be around.
Origame - 7/8/2024, 8:38 PM
@Mrtoke - ...she wasn't sexually assaulted. She was threatened with potentially losing her job for not giving oral sex. She still technically gave consent meaning it wasn't sexual assault by law.

Don't get me wrong, it was still bad and it was super satisfying seeing the deep getting punished for it. But it wasn't sexual assault.

Besides, even if it was, the show didn't play it for laughs.
Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 8:43 PM
@Origame - yeah, as one man to another (I guess? idk you), don't tell that to women. Or gun-toting fathers.

Besides, the Deep lied about that kind power so it was SA
Origame - 7/8/2024, 8:53 PM
@Mrtoke - ...dude, it's simple facts, no matter what people feel. Sexual coercion is not sexual assault. Assault needs to take place for it to be sexual assault. And there was no assault going on.

And lying doesn't suddenly make it SA. If a guy lies by saying he works for Victoria secret and can get her a modeling job if she sleeps with him, that's not sexual assault. It's still a crime, still bad, but not specifically SA.

Quite frankly, more women need to learn the difference. There's a major problem with false accusations because people are under the impression consensual sex is SA because she got drunk beforehand.
Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 8:54 PM
@Origame - yeah ok. Not reading all that, you rape enabler
Origame - 7/8/2024, 9:01 PM
@Mrtoke - wow wtf? You're seriously gonna call me a rape enabler simply because I say a specific crime isn't rape?

You're probably someone who blindly supports "believe all women", in which case you owe this guy an apology

Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 9:04 PM
@Origame - you're deviating a lil bit. I'm referring to Starlight's case.
Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 9:10 PM
@Origame - in said case, it was proven that the Deep did in fact commit the act. But go off
Origame - 7/8/2024, 9:17 PM
@Mrtoke - no dude. You deviated when you called me a f@#$ing rape enabler. Doesnt matter that I condemned the action, made it clear it was illegal and showed satisfaction in the fact the deep had a severe punishment over it. No, the fact I'm denying it's specifically sexual assault means I'm a rape enabler.


Oh and he committed the act of sexual coercion. As I've said MANY TIMES assault needs to happen for it to be sexual assault.
Mrtoke - 7/8/2024, 9:22 PM
@Origame - you do know people don't care what it's called, right?
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