Why Did Nate Call The Cops On Fez

I don’t know about you, but I am getting VERY tired of Nate Jacobs calling the GD cops every time he’s slightly inconvenienced. It’s stressing me out. Also, the police department of the mystery town Euphoria is set in probably has about a million more productive ways to use its resources. His most recent victim is our beloved drug dealer, Fezco, who simply verbally stood up to Nate to protect Rue and Jules. (Okay, fine. He technically threatened to kill Nate if he didn’t back down. Crazy that we’re all stanning a literal drug dealer who threatens to kill people, but the heart wants what it wants.)

So far, Nate’s boy-who-cried-wolf strategy seems to be working in his favor, but fans are convinced he’ll get smacked with the karma stick during the finale. He definitely does not fully comprehend the deep shit he’s just hopped into by inserting himself into Fez’s business. This theory predicts that the jock is about to face a terrible fate, and honestly, it sounds pretty legit. This content is imported from {embed-name}. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

Okay, so…Nate called the cops on Fezco, who then had to flush the massive inventory of drugs that Mouse (the dude with the face tats) forced upon him. Unless Fezco has some crazy way to come up with a bajillion dollars, Mouse is going to be furious about this…and fans think that means he’ll do something Very Bad to Nate. This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

“I feel like at this point, Nate is playing with bigger and bigger flames and Mouse is going to lay his ass out (potentially fatally),” writes one Reddit user. “It honestly seems like no one else is capable of taking Nate down.”

Unconvinced? I mean, it does seem a little bit unlikely that Mouse would just be like, “You know what, Fez? I’m going to let you off the hook for this one. I’ll destroy that Nate kid instead.” But some fans believe it’s not too far off.

“Fez is responsible, so Mouse comes to Fez for his money. If Fez doesn’t have it, Fez is in trouble,” writes a Reddit user. “If Fez presents his hurdle in the form of Nate snitching on him, then Mouse might forgive the debt in exchange for clipping Nate.”

Also…according to another Redditor, Fez might be able to save some time if he blames Nate for being a big ole tattletale. “Fezco owes mouse big-time money. But in most street-level operations, if you can deflect blame on a rat, you usually get a grace period for paying back the debt.”

It’s difficult to imagine Euphoria without Nate, so who knows if he will actually be killed off. (Jacob is literally too hot to get rid of, even if his character is out here ruining everyone’s lives. Don’t @ me.) But it’s probably safe to assume that Mouse is about to give him a taste of his own terrifying, evil medicine. Maybe, like…a curb stomp or something.

In retaliation, Nate anonymously calls the police on Fez, who hastily has to dispose of his stash and money. To make up for the lost cash, Fez then robs a man to pay his own supplier in the season finale. Considering everything he knows about Nate, it’s easy to deduce who called the cops and caused the root of Fez’s problems.

The season premiere of Euphoria held nothing back. Like previous episodes of the show, the episode gave a detailed backstory to one of the main characters, this time Fez (played by Angus Cloud)—the local drug dealer who often hangs out with Rue (and attends the high school parties). We find out more about his childhood (or lack of one), plus his grandmother, and Ashtray. Fez’s episode was inevitable after his wild end to season one, when he violently robbed a man to pay his drug supplier.

Of course, Fez’s past is also interspersed with all the drama unfolding in the present at a New Year’s Eve party. And after the intense Season 1 finale, the characters have a lot of unresolved conflicts. Much of said conflicts come from the villainous football player Nate (played by Jacob Elordi), who’s schemed his way into becoming the Most Hated Character on the show. And within the first episode of Season 2, it looks like he still wants to cause mayhem among his classmates and friends. He made out with his ex-girlfriend Maddy’s best friend, Cassie, and antagonized his friend McKay. It makes you wonder who keeps inviting him to all these parties if all he wants to do is ruin people’s lives.

So it wasn’t too surprising when Fez decided to ring in the New Year by beating Nate unconscious. Still, it’s been two years since the last Euphoria episode, so it’s easy to forget all the drama that went down. But in case you need a refresher, we have the answers you need.

What happened between Nate and Fez in Euphoria season 2?

In the premiere episode of Euphoria season two, Fez was clearly still holding a grudge against Nate.

Through the guise of wishing Nate a happy new year, Fez attacked Nate using a bottle of Malibu Rum, before throwing him to the floor and punching him repeatedly.

The dealer, who was clearly determined to get his revenge, then left Nate bleeding and unconscious on the floor, leaving fans waiting to find out if the bad-boy will survive the incident.

Maddys on-and-off-again relationship with Nate is an extremely toxic one, and one that most recently saw him bruise her neck after she dumped over a pot of chili at the town carnival. The show handled this storyline extraordinarily well, showing Maddys failure to recognize that she was indeed being abused, and not only refusing to admit or show her bruises, but eventually re-united with Nate, and then lying (blaming Tyler, again) in order to vindicate him.

Nate is clearly the series villain, and common thinking would have to see him receive some comeuppance in the finale.

Rue. Rue, Rue, Rue. Of course, Rue started the series with an overdose, and after a quick stint in rehab, didnt plan on staying clean. But after hitting rock bottom again (desperately knocking at Fezcos door), she met up with Ali, whos become her own mentor from Narcotics Anonymous.

Nate most recently called the police on Fez, after Fez told him to stop messing with Rue and Jules. Fez is, of course, a drug dealer—so last we saw, he was scrambling.

This half-college and half-high school couple have been featured in the last two weeks; McKay got his episode two weeks ago, and Cassie most recently.


Why was Fez so mad at Nate?

So Fez beat up Nate in retaliation for putting his drug dealing business, livelihood, and life on the line.

Did Nate call the cops on Jules?

Euphoria Season 2 brought back the infamous tape of Cal and Jules. Nate retrieved the tape from Maddy by force and surprisingly returned the tape to Jules. However, Nate still had plans for his father. He called the police on Cal in the Euphoria Season 2 finale, showing his father a flash drive in his hand.

Why does Nate call the cops on Fez?

But of course, Nate isn’t one to be threatened. In retaliation, Nate anonymously calls the police on Fez, who hastily has to dispose of his stash and money. To make up for the lost cash, Fez then robs a man to pay his own supplier in the season finale.

Why did Nate call the police on his dad?

As father and son confronted each other, Cal heard cars pulling up and realized Nate has called the police on him. Nate told his father he didn’t want an apology. He wanted revenge — and with that, he pulled out a flash drive.

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