Because there is no peace in hope, if you're doing it right. If you feel peaceful, you're not hoping hard enough.
Suzuki: "I need to talk to Burrell."
Sarah: "Well, that for sure is not happening. You can talk to me. Me and Jesus took the wheel."
Suzuki: "Lady, from here I can see you got the crazy eyes. I am not doing that. I am here on regular businesswoman business. I need to see if you are poisoning my product."
Suzuki: "You dumb bitch, I gotta report this to the FDA. There goes my bonus."
Sarah: "Well, isn't this a mess."
Hot on the trail of Sarah's bullshit, Suzuki ducks past her into the concentration camp area of the compound, and things become awesome. It seems a lot of people had a lot to say about this scene but I don't know one way or the other. It was fun to watch. I am no fan of "camp" so I didn't really get it on that level, but I also wasn't outraged by the violence that takes place on this show about a race of immortal serial killers either, so I don't really have a dog in the fight. It's just awesome, generally, and I haven't got a thought to share other than that.
Sarah tries to snap Suzuki's neck like in the movies, and it doesn't work. She chases her through the halls, past boy-vamps doing each other (awesome) and all the many experiments of the fearful-past-derangement and the whole time, smiling at people as she passes by them. Both hustling on the their heels, women in the literal halls of literal power, trying to be pretty as they chase each other to the death.
Eventually, in the grate that overlooks GEN POP (M), Suzuki's heel catches and she goes down, ankle twisting horrifically. She bonks her head, and then Sarah is on her, pressing her face into the grate so the vamps climb up, World War Z style, to get at it. And then she takes that heel and she just starts pounding, like a hammer on a nail.
Now, if you were looking at this as women beating each other, or somebody beating a woman up, and that's the sum total, fine. That's a stretch but I've thought it before, about other things. Alcide beating the shit out of Raccoona was grandfathered in only by the fact that she is the literal worst. But after how many seasons of "Sarah Newlin = The Impossibility of Leaning In" recaps, do I need to go there?
A businesswoman and a self-effacing megalomaniac, using political oppression and evangelistic zealotry to turn a profit. Sarah, who hates women even more than she hates men; Suzuki, who only just now looked beneath her profit margin to see the suffering and horror that supports the bottom line. Sarah beats her to a pulp, almost silently, with a high heel. Her blood feeds the masses -- solely of men, as men look on delightedly. Sarah thanks Jesus, at the top of her lungs. The end. Come on.