Thursday, May 28, 2020

What I’m Watching: The Baker and the Beauty

The Baker and the Beauty: Season 1, Episode 7 “Blow Out” (B)

That was quite the awkward opening breakfast, and Mari’s big show giving everyone a pep talk worked well enough until she got to Natalie, who correctly pointed out that she didn’t have a good argument to make her realize that her problems weren’t all that bad. Daniel was right, of course, to note that Natalie’s rebellion really wasn’t all that bad, and that she would have turned off her phone location if she didn’t want them to know where she was. Mari explaining her reason for caring so much about her daughter made a lot of sense, and it’s good to see that they’re back in a good place. Noa and Daniel seemed to be doing great at the start of the hour, and after Lewis helped to save the day by negotiating directly with Noa’s father before he passed out in the board meeting, Noa took something important away from that whole debacle that Daniel didn’t see coming at all. I do like that Vanessa was the one to bail him out since it shows that she isn’t crazy and is taking some responsibility for what she did by giving that interview, and she definitely had a lot of rage to offload that she unfortunately took out on her tires. I’m glad that Mateo took a break from ripping apart his sound studio to finally make his move on Vanessa, which makes it look like two of the Garcia children are now officially in relationships while the one with the most public one may now end up being single.

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