Why the Michael Moore dream sequences?!?! Really! Can we not.
Red and Ella are now officially working together and we had their “mating” scene, we don’t need reminded of the weird sex that goes on in Washington.
Red is still pushing for a war with Syria and Luke wants Laurel’s opinion on the video portraying that. She’s supposed to give her notes to the filmmaker, when he comes in. It’s Ben Valderrama, Laurel’s ex.
Germaine is back. She thinks Luke is cheating on her again. The baby is kicking really hard whenever she hears Trump (LOL!) and Laurel starts to get suspicious. Could she have an alien bug baby growing inside her? Laurel takes her to the hospital.
Laurel tells Luke why Germaine was at the office and he admits that he was cheating. Laurel scolds him and tells him not to lie to his nine month pregnant wife. He breaks it off with his mistress. Sort of. She guilts him into more sex.
Ben interviews Gareth and blindsides him with questions about the One-Wayers. It makes him look like an ass but he goes through with it. Laurel later apologizes and he doesn’t mind it. But basically they can’t be friends because he needs to focus on his job. He likes her and that is getting in the way of that job.
Germaine is healthy but that “The Cars” song brings some ominous foreshadowing.
Laurel goes to Rochelle for advice. Luke is still having sex with ladies who are not Germaine. Ben is being a scumbag documentarian who is now interviewing Noah. And Luke’s Dad is pushing him to vote for the war.
Ben finishes the documentary and Laurel hates it. And Germaine’s water broke. We’ll soon see if she has an alien bug baby!
Nope, perfectly healthy and human. Well she has Luke’s ears.
Laurel goes back to the office and fixes Ben’s documentary and the war resolution was defeated!
Luke finally grows a pair and fires Scarlett and goes straight home
Germaine leaves the newborn baby alone and the mobile starts playing that “The Cars” song… Babies can be infected?
Well we’re almost to the end folks. There are only a few more episodes before the season break. I want to know what you think of the show so far. Do you like it? What keeps you coming back for more? You hear my thoughts every week, I want to hear yours!
When Beth “grows up” she wants to see her creations appear on the screen and stage. In her free time, Beth blogs about her love of craft beer and writes screenplays. She received her bachelors in journalism from Youngstown State and received her masters in communication from The University of Akron. She is honored to be a part of the FanFest family.