People are hype for Season 2 of NBC’s Good Girls. I am one of those people, and thankfully I’m not the only one. If you haven’t watched the NBC dramedy, do yourself a favor, hop on Netflix and binge it.
Good Girls follows three mothers — Beth (Christina Hendricks), Ruby (Retta), and Annie (Mae Whitman) — each having their own share of issues with stay at-home-wife Beth’s husband having an affair with his secretary and losing all of their money, Ruby working a waitress with a sick daughter, and Annie working as a cashier at a grocery store and trying to win custody of her eleven year old daughter. In an effort to get their hands on a lot of cash fast the three friends decide to rob the grocery store that Annie works at hoping to come out with $30,000. The robbery is successful with them walking away with $500,000, thrusting them in to a world of gangs, money laundering, and a whole lot of bad decisions. But is it really that bad when it’s this good?
Season two premiered March 4 and it was everything that I wanted it to be. Fans everywhere are hyped and happy about this seasons kickoff.
And some things definitely stood out:
But one thing sticks out the most:
And I was not immune:
Give the people what the want, NBC. Give the people what they want. Watch Good Girls Sunday nights at 10 PM on NBC.