Yael is taken aback but quickly rights her wrong and gives Lola a chance to speak to that crowd.
Sure, seasons one and two were great but season three finally has enough groundwork to start really getting deeper with the characters. All of the returning cast get moments to show their stuff, which is impressive with how large the cast is. I singled her out as my favorite character last season and that still holds up.
Some come to the forefront more than others, but no one’s forgotten about. The abortion episode alone was a tour de force by Amanda Arcuri.
Tiny helps Zoe and Rasha in their scheme (best scene ever). Don’t worry, in true fashion I’m sure he’ll get more soon.
As Maya falls into depression her presence decreases in the ensemble. Even the return of her sister Katie can’t help her.
The moment she decides to watch porn with the other guys was a comedic work of gold and her reaction was pitch perfect.
Plus the imagery with the ruler flopping over was gold.
It’s got its fingers on the pulse of what’s going on in our world more than many other shows out there, that’s for sure.
On the last day of school to celebrate graduation and the end of another school year, the Coyne twins throw a party at their mansion. While Manny continues to pursue her acting career, Paige manages to acquire a leading role in a ...
Each and every episode has a plotline I could devote a whole article to.
is so good and if you aren’t watching it just because you don’t like soap operas, I’d check it out anyway. Plus, it actually tackles hard hitting topics in thought provoking ways.
Not once did it come off feeling like a “very special episode” of feeling bad about it, which is a delightful twist.