In part 1 of “Unorthodox,” we are introduced to a young girl yearning for family, and what she gets instead is what it appears to be a religion enforced prison.
“Sing ‘Yesterday’ For Me,” as it addresses the regrets that come with early adulthood, makes you hyper-aware of what is and isn’t going right in your life.
In UMC’s “Behind Her Faith,” we are reminded that thanking God goes beyond the award acceptance speech and is a daily activity.
Final plays are made to survive in Omar’s cartel, and the person whose play didn’t work, they die.
A familiar face pops up in an unexpected place as Sam attends a wedding and falls in love with New Orleans.