HazelEyes4325 March 2, 2019 Share March 2, 2019 I still haven't watched the finale (I might tonight or at some point this weekend, it just wasn't a priority for me today), but I did want to address the baby secret. I do think that Eddie does tell Katherine and I think there are 3 ways it might play out. I'll start with what I think (hope) is a longshot that is currently all over the chat on social media. Because the baby is SO early (36 weeks is not that early--37 weeks is considered full term!), Delilah miscalculated the dates and Jon is the father. There are sloppy details which could make this work, but let's face it...OB's can determine how far along a pregnancy is and if Delilah was off with her dates, it would have come up before now. On that, I would say that this possibility is completely absurd and I would write it off except for the fact that this show is absurd and Nash is absurd and I can see him trying to do something stupid like this to get himself out of an unpopular corner. Katherine backs away from reconciling with Eddie once he tells her the truth. This one seems likely and, yet, too obvious for it to be likely. Plus, one of the many problems Nash has had this season is integrating Grace Park's character, who is popular among viewers. If it were to play out this way, there really wouldn't be any reason for Katherine and, more importantly, Grace Park to be on the show. This third one is probably the one I'd put my money on: Katherine accepts the truth and reconciles with Eddie--and convinces Eddie that he shouldn't give up his paternity and slaps Delilah with a custody suit. I'm not a fan of custody battles, so I'm not sure I would want to see this (to be fair, the baby turning out to be Jon's so that we can all just move on from here would actually be my preference), but I think it would be effective for Nash. It wraps Katherine into the main group of friends and it would give the whole show one theme to sort of center on. It would also create a lot of conflict between all the leads which, well, is "good television." So, I guess we'll see in the fall. I do hope that Nash gets his head out of his ass long enough to realize that his show isn't God's gift to audiences and that, while he has a good premise, he actually needs to DO BETTER with it! 3 Link to comment
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