He was lucky. Jessica must have gone off The Pill for pregnancy to even be a question. And didn't tell him. Not nice. Or smart.
I know a few women who take it every day, because they really really hate periods.
They didn't have The Talk? Even the merry widows in the seniors residence have The Talk when they find a capable partner. In Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom tucked it into the song "Sexy Stranger (Please Don't Be A Murderer)".
Otherwise, Nathan got some physical comedy in with the car seat. So I guess he's happy.
The show was at 10:42 before I realized. Things moved along.
I'm getting to like Nyla. Such a bitch. Love it.
The sportsball stuff was not too annoying. The kid is smooth. Hope the actor has a good career in the future.
And all three of the "community service" leads worked out. Pregnant lady , squirrel hater, and They Live in the Shadows report.
Mingus felt safe with only Angela providing security, knowing he will be carrying $2 million in diamonds?
It was pretty apparent that he is an idiot. Born on third base and thought he hit a triple.
Angela's friend is getting some non-Bradford screentime. Good. And their conversation was almost Bechtel-worthy.
There were a LOT of commercials. And while I see different ones here in Canada, it's good for the show that most were pretty high end.
Two different cars, a couple of banks, sanitary paper (Bounty and Purell), meal box delivery, vacation, local high end appliance dealer, Apple TV, Disney, a couple of upcoming movies.
That means whatever the audience is, the advertisers are willing to buy some time with those eyeballs.
If your favourite show is filling commercial breaks with ads for local lube job joints, the station's own programs, payday loans, or "as seen on TV " products, the end is nigh.