“The Thing About Harry” brings us beyond gay couples dealing with trauma and the dramatics of the first time. It’s just about the awkwardness of love.
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In a taste of what’s to come, engagements are announced or hinted to, and as some members of the family grow closer than ever, others split apart.
In an emotional, or dramatic, finale, if not both, Callie has had enough, Mariana makes things worse at work, and our favorite queer relationships might be in trouble.
Drastic moves are made in order to go from surviving to being happy, thriving even, but they naturally come at a cost.
The verdict of the Jamal Thompson case is delivered, Mariana deals with how her personally and professional life has changed, and Alice prepares her next chapter.
You may think the title of this episode, “Broken Arted” is about romance but what’ll break your heart is the loss of something, rather someone beyond love.
Rebecca’s past is revealed as she flirts with a future that includes Jesus and Mariana’s Byte Club begins and finds a vital ally of the male staff.
We got a conversation on bi-sexuality, the backstory of multiple characters and work drama – aka what will probably be the usual from Good Trouble.
Good Trouble, as The Fosters did, is charged with messages of equality mixed in with the relationship (platonic and otherwise) drama fans of its predecessor are used to.