Butcher and Homelander star in Season 3 of 'The Boys.'

Butcher and Homelander star in Season 3 of 'The Boys.' ...

Season 3 of The Boys is given some spoilers according to the editor.

Both men are not in great positions when season three of The Boys begins. Because of his relationship with Stormfront (Aya Cash) and Starlight (Erin Moriarty) becoming co-captain of the Seven, Homelander has fallen out of favor with the public, but Butcher is dissatisfied with the fact that Hughie Campbell left the Boys to join the Bureau. Soon they both head down a slippery slope. And the latest episode, "Here Comes a Candle to Light You to

For the first time, Butcher is looking for the weapon that could finally kill Homelander, which leads him and the Boys to discover that Homelander's predecessor, Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles), was not as dead as the world imagined. Upon completion of several traumatic experiments, Butcher and Hughie stumble upon a deal with Soldier Boy, who finds Butcher in a psychic nightmare that left him behind. Finally, Mindstorm exposes why Payback was trayed by his father, who was also inspired

The majority of its focus is on the buildup to that relationship, as well as Butcher's own struggles with his father Sam (Jack Fulton), and when Sam confronted him for selling weed, Billy presses him to stay away, retaliating, saying, "You can't be a poof all your life!" this eventually resulted in Lenny's suicide, which has weighed on Butcher ever.

Butcher confronts Butcher with the fact that his father, Victoria Neuman, is the "spitting image" of Lenny, and his aunt Judy (Barbara Gordon) says Hughie is the "canary" of Hughie, and his conscience is reflected in the movie. In Season 2, Butcher confronts Butcher with the fact that the temp-V will have fatal consequences, and Butcher is also offering to kill Hughie.

Homelander's father has issues as a result of being sculpted in a laboratory unlike his inspiration Superman. All of this is when Ryan unleashes his heat vision and severely wounds Stormfront, but kills Becca in the crossfire. He also threatens Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott) by stating that he will remove her eggs and create a child in her own image. For Homelander, the family isn't about unconditional love, but rather about creating

Throughout "Here Comes a Candle to Light You to Bed," scenes depict Black Noir (Nathan Mitchell) reliving how soldiers from Homelander were trayed by Soldier Boy. This also demonstrates why the silent ninja and other Payback friends subsequently abused Soldier Boy. The stage is set for him to follow in his father's footsteps as his friends turn against him or even worse if they join forces.