As Hen did earlier this season, Howard Han aka Chimney, gets his due by having an episode dedicated to his backstory.
We’re gifted a western theme to help remix things as Bridge and Nelson reconcile, and Mr. Daddy gets his.
The kids finally escape but as for how, with who, and how they deal with Isabella, you may not have guessed it.
At this point in her life, Sam wishes things would get easier and it wasn’t always on her. Yet, who does she know willing to step up?
Nalex makes a platonic appearance as Simone takes on Atlanta’s city council and Mateo’s past enters his present.
While the 2nd wave has far more interesting battles than the first, it is the arrival of the character Glass that will be noteworthy.
Deadly Class comes to a bloody end with a few unexpected deaths and the family in disarray.
Good Trouble dives into varying topics dealing with race from pay gaps, representation, privilege, and also how to be an ally this episode.
Based on a true story, The Act pushes all involved past what you might expect for some and others towards a reminder of why they have had such long careers.
9-1-1 returns, and it is like we never left as the drama picks up and kicks things into the next gear.