From dealing with changes of growing up to dealing with relationships, here’s a recap!
“Graham Fought the Bones and the Bones Won”
It’s the first day of second grade and while Will is excited once again, it’s not turning out the way he had planned. Will sees that Sophie has pretty much matured since coming back home from space camp for the reason because she didn’t rely on her dad. Meanwhile, Will wasn’t too pleased that he couldn’t be the second-grade room parent that happens to go to Doug instead. Both tried to fix it, but faced the fact that it is what it is.
Meanwhile, Angie helps Miggy get work at her job to help make more money for his kid for school. Angie shows Miggy and even tells him the ins and outs of why she hated the boring job. Apparently, Miggy has been enjoying it; even left Poppy a message that he quit the wine-brary. As Angie worries about no receiving message back from her ex, Derek, soon he pops right back.
“Graham Fought the Bones and the Bones Won” was a very funny episode and has a very real and strong character development from a lot of the main characters. Sometimes growing up is a pain and tough to take. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10.
Derek shows up at Angie’s house to talk about the long, long, long, very long message about her son and all. Angie asked Will and Miggy for help in fear that her old feelings could show up. Well, it didn’t turn out the way that she had hoped; after magically getting into bed with him after he played one note on his guitar. She tries to tell him she doesn’t want Graham to see him just yet. That is until the fire occurs from Angie’s cheap printer.
Angie sees that after Derek rescues Graham’s stuffed animal from the fire that she wants to build him up to see Graham and sent him a photo album.
Meanwhile, Doug and Poppy planned for their first date night without having a heart attack. Their kids believe that something is wrong with them and ruined their dinner after sneaking out of the weirdest sleepover. Once they get there, Doug lies to tell them that they’re planning for Rory’s party. Poppy wasn’t too pleased about them lying and Doug admits that he didn’t want their first date to be about the kids, but she does and leaves to be with her son for movie night. Soon Doug apologies and came over to Poppy’s house along with his girls to watch The Goonies.
“Derek Sucks” was hilarious and fun. While the Doug and Poppy story was so fun and welled character developed. Angie, Miggy, and Will were hilarious as Angie deals with the return of her ex, Derek. Though, I still worry about how Sophie and Graham were at that sleepover; being left behind like that and that creepy owl that deserves attention. Yikes! Overall, I give this episode an 8/10.
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