Shawn and Gus take on a food truck business after their favorite food truck guy is murdered. Local restauranteurs, other food truck owners, and even a local gym owner all cross the threshold as suspects. Meanwhile, Marlowe is moments away from giving birth, but she has to sneak out to the food trucks to satisfy her pregnancy cravings because Lassie won’t let her eat unhealthy food.
Henry is selling the house, dredging up childhood memories and a little petulance on Shawn’s part, while Gus realizes that Shawn stole or otherwise ended up with a lot of his childhood toys, and he sets out to reclaim them.
While Shawn and Gus are on the verge of cracking the case, Marlowe goes into labor and both Lassie and Henry show up and they all race to the hospital in the food truck so she can give birth. However, the baby isn’t waiting, and Henry delivers a baby girl in the back of the truck, swaddled in red and white checked paper food wrappers.
It’s a really bad habit that I wish the writers would stop to get somebody knocked up in time for the final season. Yes, kids are a natural progression in the maturity of characters, like they are in real life for many people, but it just seems a bit cliche. Raylan has a baby now, Rachel, Chandler and Monica all had babies by the end of Friends, Meredith has a baby, and there are plenty of other examples. Kudos for at least not making Juliet the pregnant one, but still. Just me who is over this trend?
I’d like to tell you more about what happened, I really would, but it didn’t seem like much of anything. That or I just didn’t get much out of it. Philip gets into a spot of trouble, getting caught in an asset’s apartment, and Elizabeth goes out to help a comrade in need, lying to the kids and sending them to the movies on their own.
Yep, that’s about all I can tell you. I’ll try to do better next week. Promise.
Rayna makes Liam leave, and now she has to find a new producer for Scarlett’s album. Scarlett is upset, and she’s worried that the new producer won’t be able to get the same greatness out of her as Liam did, but I think the album will come out just fine.
Meanwhile, Juliette gets an offer to come back to Edgehill, with Avery attached as well, but he doesn’t want it, and while she realizes it would be a good career move, she decides to go in a different direction – over to Rayna’s label. It’s a risky move for both of them, but I’m hoping Rayna can keep Juliette in line, and hopefully Juliette can bring in the cash flow for Rayna.
More drama, as Deacon’s girlfriend decides to sleep with Teddy. Why? Because he was there, I guess. God, this show is incestuous! Everybody has slept with everybody unless they’re related! Considering his past with Deacon, and his present with him being Maddie’s biological father, it’s not surprising Teddy would want to screw him over a bit by screwing his girlfriend, but I can’t quite figure what made her do it.
Will tries to help out Layla, whose sales are suffering and can’t get the label to call her back, but when the label talks to Will, Jeff says her fifteen minutes are up, and it’s likely she won’t get any further assistance from them launching a career. Does this mean Will can break up with her soon? Watching him pretend to be straight is getting a little ridiculous. And she can tell, even if she doesn’t know exactly what it is, she knows something’s up.
The thing that makes me want to stop watching this show is the same thing that makes me want to keep watching it. Soap operas are corny and predictable, but they’re extremely addictive. It’s why they’re still on the air sixty years later. You root for couples and watch them get together, and then fall apart. Sometimes they get back together over and over again. And that hopeful romance keeps you coming back.
Gibbs is dating a new woman (former costar on Las Vegas, Molly Sims) who lives in the suburbs and Jude warns him about the people there, how they’ll suck the life out of him. However, Neal fits right in.
Gibbs went out there thinking he was going on a solo date with his new lady friend, but it was a party with all her neighbors, the suburb people. Neal likes them – they laugh at his jokes and don’t think he’s weird. But Jude calls to check in, and after she hears how things have been going, she tells Gibbs she’s coming out there to get him.
Milo has been paying Tyler rent for his half of the apartment, but after Tyler offers to pay his half of the rent to be a “patron of the arts” and starts asking Milo to run his errands, Milo learns the truth. Tyler’s grandmother pays for the place and doesn’t charge him rent, so he’s just been collecting off Milo for no reason other than he wanted the money. Milo gets him back, and the jig is up now, so he won’t be able to charge him anymore, but still, that’s pretty shitty.
More recaps. Still. I’ve got 4 eps left to watch, and only two more posts, so I am getting there!
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