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‘Good Girls’ Spoiler Preview: “Take Off Your Pants”

GOOD GIRLS -- "Take Off Your Pants" Episode 206 -- Pictured: (l-r) Manny Montana as Rio, Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland -- (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/NBC)

Tonight is the night for NBC’s Good Girls and we’re excited for it! Get your spoiler light preview for what’s to come. Last week, a lot happened in one episode and you can find my full review here.

This week, the ‘Good Girls’ writers continue to astound me with just how much they’re able to put in to one episode and still make it an excellent television viewing experience.

Beth has taken over as the head of Boland Motors because she’s a boss bitch and she’s decided that between her and her husband, she will be the one manning the ship. Dean can’t sell cars and Beth can, so it makes sense. Just one more area in which Dean is useless. However, after some hiccups tonight, he does make make some strides and not only does Beth notice, she’s impressed. However, not all is perfect in Beth’s world, as per usual. She gets two bombshells dropped on her tonight and they’re both tied to our favorite gang friend, Rio. Jealousy is a strange emotion, but for someone as calculating as Beth? Well, she has a way of getting what she wants. Something to keep in mind this episode is that Beth is attracted to power, those who wield it and when she gets to wield it herself. Take that for what you will.

Annie and Sadie are at odds. Sadie knows her mom and knows what type of person she is but that doesn’t mean that she’s just willing to accept that fact that she had an affair with her dad behind pregnant Nancy’s back. The road to forgiveness is a long one. Annie has her own form of a wake-up call tonight and takes matters in to her own hands. Regardless, the road she’s on is a rocky one at best.

GOOD GIRLS — “Take Off Your Pants” Episode 206 — Pictured: (l-r) Reno Wilson as Stan Hill, Retta as Ruby Hill — (Photo by: Gilles Mingasson/NBC)

Ruby and Stan, our married, problematic, and yet still un-problematic faves. The lengths they will go to for the other is a beautiful thing to behold, even when it hurts. After a surprise dinner guest shows up, Ruby and Stan take a leap straight from the frying pan and in to the fire. The heat is turning up and choices need to be made. It’s a difficult decision, but someone has to make it.

Quotes:

  • “I’m just more of a home cooked meal kinda guy.”
  • “Our values have….realigned.”
  • “Oh, yeah. It’s payback time.”
  • “Why don’t you just tell me what you’re looking for.”
  • “The new me is trying to be 100% honest!”
  • “Now you’re just saying random words!”
  • “He don’t look like Little Frankie either.”

For my loves who are doing their damndest to #SaveGoodGirls, please remember these easy tips: Watch live, use the hashtag ALWAYS, (not just on show days but literally every time you tweet about Good Girls. Always, always, ALWAYS, use the hashtag. Nielsen tracks two hours before airing, during, and two hours after so it’s always best to really be using it in those time parameters, but the more you use the hashag during the week, the better. It drives social media chatter), and stream next day on the site/app. It’s important to build up a large social media presence. Live-views only count if you’re part of a household with a Nielsen box, though all views are tabulated. If you are using DVR, let it play all the way through, don’t fast-forward through commercials. And stream, steam, stream. Harness your social media power and you can do anything.  

That’s it for now! Watch ‘Good Girls’ TONIGHT on NBC at 10/9c.

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Heather Mason

Heather Mason joined the TV Source Magazine team in December 2017 with plans to cover The CW's 100.