Welcome back to TV Source Magazine, your home for the spoiler light previews for NBC’s ‘Good Girls.’ Let’s dive right on in, shall we?
This week Annie makes a decision and a confession to the person she loves most in this world. While this is going on, tensions between her and sister Beth finally reach their boiling point and a confrontation is had. Looks like she’s not as supportive as she perhaps could be given her own recent history with infidelity.
Ruby and Stan continue to make a great team. It’s good to have a husband who loves you and is also in law enforcement on your side. It helps make hiding the skeletons in your closest a little easier. When things get a little dicey-pun intended-it’s also good to also have a gang friend who has your back…for a fee, of course.
Beth has now crossed the line with Rio so what does that mean for her marriage? Well, not much, honestly. In a desperate attempt to come up with the money Rio needs to make her little problem disappear, her paths cross with a familiar face. Moving to a new city to become an actress can be hard. Dropping some truth bombshells on an unsuspecting wife can be even harder.
Mary Beth is a controversial character, but I don’t care, I still love her. Now cornered by the FBI and having four children to worry about, Mary Beth makes her own version of events that’s happened. She’s also driving a bus and doesn’t care who she throws under it to make sure she stays out of trouble.
“Everything Must Go” is the perfect blend of angst and humor and another reason why this show should be on everyone’s watch-list.
- “No, I know how to spell A-X-E.”
- “There’s no good answer here.”
- “Lifetime? Or per year?”
- “Does that turn you on?”
- “I used to put vodka in those in college.”
- “I couldn’t lie to you for one more second, you know?”
- “And by we, we mean…not you.”
That’s it for now! Make sure to watch ‘Good Girls’ TONIGHT on NBC at 10/9c.