A major shift in Sam’s life leaves you to question what the coming days and months will be like as she loses two people she loves the most.
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Sam plans a family trip to England and, as to be expected, there are a few bumps in the road.
As Sam guests directs a show in San Francisco, Max is tasked with watching the ever moody Duke.
How Frankie identifies is accidentally revealed, as Duke speaks on her insecurities, Max tries to get a grip on what’s going on in her life and Sam her finances.
As Sam tries to do a good thing, karma reminds her that they are not easily influenced.
It’s a turning point of sorts. In some ways for the better, as shown by Sam, Frankie, even Xander (!) but, sadly, also for Duke.
As we get to see the dynamic between Marion and his wife, Frankie continues to rebuild her relationship with Sam.
A familiar face pops up in an unexpected place as Sam attends a wedding and falls in love with New Orleans.
Frankie’s point of view, and why she is contentious with Sam is put out there, but whether or not Sam accepts responsibility is a whole different thing.
It’s Mother’s Day and the eve of Sam’s colonoscopy, and it seems she needs to let some s*** go.