The White Lotus: Why We’re Really Concerned About Tanya

The White Lotus: Why We’re Really Concerned About Tanya

(Warning: This article contains spoilers for The White Lotus season 2.)

When things seem too good to be true, they usually are.

This certainly seems to be the case for heiress Tanya McQuoid’s (Jennifer Coolidge) situation in The White Lotus season 2. After being dumped on a romantic getaway to Sicily by her husband Greg (Jon Gries), luxurious English expat Quentin (Tom Hollander) rushes in to cheer her up by inviting her and her assistant Portia (Haley Lu Richardson) over to celebrate with him at his villa in Palermo.

Harmless, right? Uh, we don’t think so.

During the December 4 episode, Quentin encouraged Tanya to use a large quantity of cocaine provided by a gun-wielding suitor close to the mafia. Well, motivating Tanya to be her most debauched self doesn’t automatically make Quentin a villain. But thanks to episode one, we know several corpses show up in the White Lotus, so it’s certainly a red flag.

Another red flag? During the party, Tanya stumbled across a photo that apparently confirmed Quentin knows her husband.

Oh, and Tanya’s assistant Portia, who was suspiciously taken out of town by Quentin’s fake nephew, Jack (Leo Woodall), was also unsettling. Jack drunkenly confessed to Portia that Quentin no longer has to sell his mansion because he’s “making money.”

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