Thursday, September 12, 2019

What I’m Watching: Four Weddings and a Funeral

Four Weddings and a Funeral: Season 1, Episode 7 “The Sound of Music” (B)

This show really is set on coupling off all of its characters in some way or another, and some of those romances are proceeding along at a quicker rate than others. It took Ainsley way too long to realize that Bryce was into her, and for her to even consider the notion of being with the dim-witted Garrett instead is crazy. I would have thought that Tony 2, whose screentime and relevance got bumped up in a major way during this hour, would have said something preemptively to Maya about the way Kash was looking at her since he knows how much the eventual revelation of their relationship will hurt Ainsley. Maya tried her best to avoid spending time with Kash after Marcus brought the theater to Andrew’s attention in an infantile way, and there’s so little hope of anything not happening at this point. Andrew is becoming a slightly more humane and likeable character after realizing just how detestable he was, and a romance with Tony 2 would certainly lead to many colliding worlds. Duffy was very angry at everyone around him, and, as I’ve been predicting for a while, he’ll soon begin a romance with Gemma after she reported him to the administration and forced him to be supervised by his vengeful ex Tabby, who’s having a great time with her assignment. Now that they’re married, Craig and Zara aren’t nearly as interesting, and I hope that won’t be the case with all of the characters on this show.

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