Boundaries and precedents, which can affect a person’s marriage, are discussed as three new couples add their story into the mix.
OWN’s first foray into Christmas movies is sweet, family-friendly, and sets a good precedent for the holiday films that will follow.
Greenleaf’s fourth season pushes the idea that it should get one more season to wrap things up, and leave it at that.
As things come down to the final set of couples, those who haven’t found a secure match compete for what remains.
Parenting is the focus of this episode, and while all have different takes on how-to, it is agreed that it isn’t a one plan works for all topic.
All seems lost. Which is a strange thing to say when it comes to a religious family like the Greenleafs. Yet, in the darkest hour, he shall arrive.
As we get deeper into Ready To Love, it becomes clear people are beginning to want titles and not just attention.
Between blackmail, backstabbers, someone getting fired, another resigning, and more, like Karine said, “This sure don’t feel like church.”
In a throwback to the first season, the women get to eliminate two guys, and with three struggling with the ladies, who is going to be kicked off?