Courts typically defer to keeping custody with parents. Luna's grandparents would have to show abuse or neglect (a revolving door of childcare and spending little time with the child don't meet that definition) or Luna's safety was in danger. I also doubt a judge would issue an order that could be perceived as punishing an essential medical worker for keeping his child safe during COVID by having her live with her grandparents. (Judges are human, too!) It's realistic that grandparents could think this entitled them to custody, but the legal reality is it's very unlikely. Shows love to make it
This isn’t even the least believable thing about this episode, but are we supposed to believe that Bloom contracted with the NYPD to provide security, ended the contract, and hired a bunch of security guards, all in ONE SHIFT?
I feel like Ken during the episode was all of us. He just kept saying, “What? There’s more?”
Have we ever seen anyone with that bad of an infection from shooting up? That was, to put it mildly, intense.