Lillian's response to Dean revealing the secret about Michael's mom seemed a lot more like today's parenting (i.e. gentler) than how my parents would have reacted. I would have been shamed publicly, privately, and definitely forced to apologize. (I'm about 15 years younger than Dean)
Perhaps I'm at an age where anyone under 35 looks like a teenager, but I actually mistook the husband in the Puerto Aventuras episode for the woman's son. It's not even that she looked old... He was just really, really young-looking!
It feels like this series has a similar theme to Black Mirror i.e. examining how technology can affect/harm/transform society, but it falls short. Then again, I loved Black Mirror, so it would be a hard act to follow.
Idaho is a marital property state. Any stolen $$ she comingled with Larry's money would be subject to being used to payback her victims.
Sorry - I don't know where the OP went that I was responding to 😂
I predict she stumbles upon Roseanne's half-completed masterpiece about America's working poor (cleverly tucked away in the kitchen writing drawer all these years), completes it, and fulfills both of their dreams by becoming a successful author.
This "storyline" with the 3 girls who don't want to move can miss me. I didn't like it when the Brady kids did it almost 50 years ago, but at least I enjoyed watching the Brady Bunch. The crop-top kids are cringey. Also fairly sure those were the same bananas on the counter from Josh's first visit to all of the showings. I know this isn't exactly reality, but c'mon.