We’re gifted a western theme to help remix things as Bridge and Nelson reconcile, and Mr. Daddy gets his.
In a pseudo-Eliza focused episode, we’re reminded how well to do her family is as Bridgette is reminded how much of an outsider she is.
Accountability is forced upon Bridgette, Tutu, even Rafi and each take the call and pursue different decisions. Some a bit drastic.
The days before and day of Larry’s birth are relived – as well as the reason Colleen goes by Tutu and the beginning of the end for Rafi and Bridgette.
It’s Bridgette’s first weekend without Larry, and she gets an offer to hang out with Nelson – what could go wrong?
SMILF: Season 2, Episode 3 “Surrogate Mothers Inspire Loving Families ” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
Non-white women who live in Boston, two who work for Ally specifically, and one of the two’s sisters are the focus of Smilf’s latest episode.
It’s one baby step forward, and two hops back as Bridgette continues to try to get her life together.
Smilf: Season 2/ Episode 1 “Shit Man, I’ve Literally Failed” [Season Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
Season 2 of SMILF begins in tragedy, yet with death may come new life for Tutu and Bridgette.
SMILF: Season 1/ Episode 8 “Mark’s Lunch & Two Cups of Coffee.” [Season Finale] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
In what some may find a triggering episode, Bridgette seeks...
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