Friday, May 31, 2019

What I’m Watching: You, Me, Her

You, Me, Her: Season 4, Episode 8 “A Whole Bouillabaisse of Crazy” (B)

The jolly security footage screening that closed out the previous episode turned out not to be the big issue of this episode, but it created a handful of other problems. Lala let it go, content to have Izzy come clean up the mess, but Emma and Jack both noticed the intimacy with Nathan. Emma saying that she didn’t want a third child – or any more children for that matter – sounded harsh, though it is understandable, but it was more worrisome that she and Jack seemed like a united front against Izzy. Fortunately, all seems to be well now, after Izzy clarified with Nathan that she didn’t see him as anything more than a friend and then managed to take down their snooty neighbor Will by forcing him to get them the house back and telling him he couldn’t judge what went on within their walls anymore. Shaun managed to fully anger Nina with his approval of the flirtatious job candidate and his failure to notice just how close to exploding she was, and it seems like both the professional and personal relationships might be over. I liked Ben’s subtle role in a good portion of this episode, hilariously devastated at Shaun’s failure to pick up on his attempted advice and then targeted flirtatiously by Lala before Izzy shut that down. It wasn’t mentioned at any point during this episode, but Jack’s closing visit to his mother suggests that the big news he’s about to learn is going to dominate the remainder of this season.

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