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Like Kat’s episode, so much goes on in McKay’s that he becomes a bit of an afterthought.
As guilt and accusations fester and eat away at everyone, it seems Mary Louise is either at the brink of getting what she wants or it all being ruined.
Maddy gets focused on this episode, and it becomes clear that no one has a healthy concept of love – and that could get someone killed.
The pattern of Big Little Lies continues as Mary Louise taunts people, Bonnie’s past is slowly revealed, Jane has intimacy issues, and Madeline struggles to recover her relationship.
Jules’ episode gives us a quick recap of her years up until 16 and leaves us worried if Nate, or even Cal, will make her into a statistic.
Mary Louise continues to be a big draw as the ladies of Big Little Lies watch their lives nearly all fall apart.
While Kat is focused on this episode, Rue going from a blissful manic to an outright depressive state eclipses her episode.
Healing from the wounds of the past is the focus this episode but, as we see, not all wounds heal properly and allow a person to truly move on.
Nate and Kat get focused on, and Maddy to a point, as we dig deeper into East Highland and its many screwed up residents.
While Years and Years starts on a high note, as you grow indifferent over the future the characters go through, it pushes you to realize how complacent you’ve become of your own.