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‘Good Girls’ Spoiler Preview: “The Dubby”

GOOD GIRLS -- "The Dubby" Episode 207 -- Pictured: (l-r) Mae Whitman as Annie Marks, Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland, Retta as Ruby Hill -- (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/NBC)

Coming off the exciting news of Good Girlsrenewal for Season 3, let’s channel that positive energy into a brand new preview for this week’s episode, “The Dubby.”

Last episode ended with Turner giving Ruby an ultimatum: Stan or Beth. He doesn’t want to see a fellow cop/black man go down. All he truly wants is Beth. The real question tonight is can Ruby deliver? Question number two is, what’s the name of your girl/guy parts? Ruby is in a tough position and I don’t envy her.  How long can she straddle the line before she cracks and confesses everything…and who will she confess to? This episode also shows Ruby lending a comforting shoulder/listening ear to a surprising person and helping her come to her own conclusions on what to do.

GOOD GIRLS — “The Dubby” Episode 207 — Pictured: (l-r) Everleigh McDonell as Jane Boland, Matthew Lillard as Dean Boland — (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/NBC)

Annie’s current home life definitely isn’t falling in to the category of unicorns and rainbows. Things are still strained between her and daughter Sadie. When a crisis with the business leads to her niece missing, Annie freaks out wondering about her own daughter who is suddenly MIA. Before all the familial drama goes down she has an interesting and yet hilarious meeting with someone who is going to prove to be very important in both her professional and personal life.

Beth is working herself to the bone and it’s causing her home life to be more and more complicated. She’s not around as much as she would like to be and it leads to a tense family atmosphere, not just with husband Dean but also with her children. When daughter Jane goes missing Beth freaks out about putting her family at risk, however inadvertently. It’s tough balancing being a boss bitch and a loving mother. But is this her breaking point?

Quotes

  • “That is not oil but you must know that, right?”
  • “Are you Elizabeth?”
  • “Why do I feel like we keep having this conversation?”
  • “Do you think Kevin would consider wearing a scarf in a different color?”
  • “I’m not going to have sex with you.”
  • “Hi.”
  • “Well, one, you’ve got a great attitude and I feel like we could really use that kind of school spirit around here.”

That’s it for now! Check back for the full Good Girls review after tonight’s episode airing on NBC at 10/9c! As always, here is your daily reminder to hashtag and stream!

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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.