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

GOOD GIRLS -- Pictured: "Good Girls" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBCUniversal)

Welcome back, good girls (and guys) to TV Source Magazine’s spoiler-lite previews for our favorite NBC dramedy, Good Girls. We are just a few days away from the season three premiere on February 16. Ahead of the premiere, we have some some teasers of what you can expect in the episode “Find Your Beach”.

When we last left off with our girls they had plans to take over the business from Rio who, as you remember, they presumed to be dead after Beth shot him three times. Is he dead? Is he alive? Well, that’s between him and Agent Turner for however long.

GOOD GIRLS — “Find Your Beach” Episode 301 — Pictured: (l-r) Retta as Ruby Hill, Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland, Mae Whitman as Annie Marks — (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/NBC)

The new season opens up with a look in to where Beth, Annie, and Ruby are now. They all have new jobs and are continuing to struggle financially while waiting to get their side project up and running. It isn’t as easy as Gang Friend made it look and they’ll have to rely on their wit, skill, and even some help from others to succeed.

The girls aren’t the only one’s with new employment. Both Stan and Dean have taken on new jobs as well in hopes of keeping their families heads above water. Dean is back in sales but out of the car business and Stan has turned in his badge but remains in the security business. And my what a business he is securing.

GOOD GIRLS — “Find Your Beach” Episode 301 — Pictured: (l-r) Christina Hendricks as Beth Boland, Jackie Cruz as Rhea — (Photo by: Mitchell Haddad/NBC)

Beth has befriended Marcus’ mom Rhea in a show of guilt. She took away the father of her child and is doing her best to make it up to mother and son in the only way she knows how. Despite her good intentions it doesn’t ease her mind as much as she would hope (or make any sense to Ruby and Annie) and it doesn’t discount her own struggles with her family. Struggles that her new friend is eager to help assist with.

Ruby and Stan remain marriage and parent goals. Ruby, however, is at her wits end with problems with daughter Sara’s medicine and insurance company. There’s a wonderful scene in this episode that showcases that even when your own world is falling a part you never know what the person on the other end of the phone is going through.

Annie is still…Annie. She lives her life to her own set of rules and some of her past choices have come back to haunt her. She gets a hard look at her own life when son (new name redacted for being too spoilery) makes a passing joke that forces her to reevaluate all of the decisions she’s made before.


  • “You bitches just leveled up.”
  • “A llama!”
  • Rome wasn’t built in a day.”
  • “Be good, okay?”
  • I literally don’t know what that means.”

That’s all for now! Make sure to comment below or come yell at us on Twitter @TVSource with thoughts, theories, and other random musings.

Watch Good Girls Sunday Feb.16th, on NBC at 10/9c.

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

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