‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘Nana’

Last week on Good Girls, viewers saw what it is like to have an entirely move-in ready house made from a family home where residents currently lived. Despite ending the episode last wake with this shocking twist, the show chooses to focus on a character we have not seen since last season. A character I have wondered about for a moment or two myself, despite thinking that they would merely mention him in passing. While I cannot say I was Boomer’s biggest fan on the show, I have wondered what he has been up to this season.  

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‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘Vegas, Baby’

Last week, viewers discovered how quickly the tides have turned. What seemed like a simple solution has the potential to put more eyes on the girls now more than ever. As the show opens this week, Beth reveals the money she took was so the ladies could pay their bills. Ruby points out that it isn’t wise to steal from a man who recently ordered a woman’s demise.  

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'Good Girls' Recap: 'Frere Jacques'

Last week‘s week is by far one of the most shocking and pivotal of the entire Good Girls series thus far. This week’s episode is honestly no different as everything is heating even more than before this season. The cold open this week provides for some eerie content, as well as some poignant content that will make us think for some time to come.

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‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘Au Jus’

Last week we learned that Rio wanted Beth dead, but he needs her alive. This week’s episode starts with Beth giving various announcements to men who are working for Rio. As the guy who has been watching her comes into exam the printing press, he begins to ask a lot of questions. Beth knows this is because eventually, if Rio figures out the printing press and what ingredients go into making the money that they won’t need her.  

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‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘The I In Survivor’

Last week on Good Girls, audiences were left knowing that Beth had to tell Dean that Rio was back. How this was going to go, no one knew. The only thing we knew for sure is that one of his cronies was parked outside of their home and refused to leave under any circumstances. This week Beth must figure out how to maneuver her life with eyes on her at all times. Will she be able to overcome all eyes being on her?

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‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘Egg Roll’

Last week on Good Girls, audiences were left stunned as Rio joined Beth at the bar instead of Rhea. Although this is the second episode of the season, Rio’s end game this season is to take Beth down. No one could blame him, considering she would have killed him if it weren’t for Agent Turner. This week we learn a thing or two about the depths Rio and Beth will go to outsmart each other.

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‘Good Girls’ Recap: ‘Not Just Cards’

Last week on the season three premiere of Good Girls, audiences watched as Rio took his life back. Considering the extent he went to take the bull by the horn again, fans are curious how he will reintroduce himself back into Beth’s life once more. This week, we have our answers.

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‘Good Girls’ Season 3 Premiere Recap: ‘Find Your Beach’

Last year’s season’s finale of Good Girls was quite a shocking one that left fans on the edge of their seats for season three. However, it’s no shocker that season three’s premiere opens with a bang.

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How to Save a Life

When I hear The Fray’s song How to Save a Life I always think of Grey’s Anatomy.  I remember originally wanting to watch the show because of my mother.  Continue reading “How to Save a Life”

I cannot avoid having shows make me cry today

I just finished watching the season eight premiere of Blue Bloods. Typically, I will go down my DVR from top to bottom and watch in that order. Plus, I am semi avoiding Chicago Fire because I don’t want to watch one of my favorite characters die. That isn’t because I know definitively if one of them has died or not, but I get far too emotionally attached to fictional characters and don’t want to deal with the fictional massacre today.  With that said, if you are a fan of Blue Bloods and have not watched the premiere, come back to this post after you have viewed this week’s episode. Spoilers ahoy.

When we last left the Reagans Danny’s house was burnt to the ground. I’ve had some friends who have loss everything before via fire, floods, and tornadoes. Everything can be rebuilt but that initial loss leaves this numb feeling inside of one.  That is the description that has been given to me multiple times. I’ve also been told throughout the years that people tend to merely stand and look at the remains wondering what to do first. Where do they go? Depending on how bad the damage is of course those are things one must think of. How do we rebuild? And considering all the devastation in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico that is a hot button topic. How can we help?

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