Kee takes on a client who knew him when he was in AA, and is surprised at what an impact he had on the guy (Anthony Anderson from last year’s Guys with Kids). Though Kee only went to get the attention of a girl, he managed to say some compelling things that made the guy turn his life around. Unfortunately, he’s become the fall guy for his sponsee, who robbed a convenience store, and because of the anonymous part of AA, he won’t give up any information on the guy.
Kee’s struck out on office space, and is now in the building basement. He thought he saw an opening because the building manager has a crush on Leanne, but Leanne won’t play ball and is so offended at the implication of using her body to get them a better office, she quits.
Ben offers Kee a job at his firm, partially to prove to his employees that he has the balls to do whatever he wants and can hack it as his father’s successor, but Kee is hesitant, as corporate law isn’t very interesting, no matter how well it pays. But, after losing his office, his assistant, and having his loan shark consolidate his debts and put a nail in his hand, demanding four grand a week until his debt is paid, Kee decides that maybe it’s time to join the rat race. At least for a while.
Maddy lies to Kee, telling him she’s having a great time on a retreat with her new boyfriend, but after putting up with the wheat grass, the yoga, and doing some spiritual role-playing in which he gives birth to her and she has to suckle him, she can’t take it and breaks up with Bruce. I don’t blame her. That’s way out there for anybody.
Rake is moving to the first hour block on FRIDAY nights starting this week! It’ll air just before Enlisted. Not sure if it’ll help the ratings, but maybe it’ll stop dragging down Fox’s Thursday night line-up? I don’t know, I still sort of like it, but it is getting rapidly less interesting and the plot is starting to feel repetitive and predictable. Not enough meaty conflict to it. Just mini- or external conflicts that don’t let you get into Kee’s real issues.
Sydney is trying to maintain some of the mystery with her live-in boyfriend, the former waiter guy, but it’s hard because they jumped so many steps ahead when she let him crash at her place while he found a new job and new apartment. Simon senses trouble, and is so desperate to maintain the possibility of grandkids in his future, that he tries to help by giving the guy a job at the firm as a photographer to quell Sydney’s doubts about him being sort of a deadbeat.
However, things get dicey as the firm has a new account for children’s costumes, and the new photographer is afraid of babies. Not just holding them at arm’s length if someone hands you a kid, but seriously afraid of them. Sydney has to break up with him after all, and tell him to move out, and fire him, but he takes it in stride.
Andrew and Zach try some time apart from each other after they talk about how much some of their habits annoy one another. While Andrew really likes his new partner for the most part – except for the excessive, unnecessary compliments – Zach struggles to find anything likable about his new partner. They come to their sense and return to collaborating again.
Honestly it felt a little early to pull a work-husband episode, because I didn’t really feel like they were that close professionally to the point that they would have marital-like complaints about each other, but it was still sort of funny.
Oh, dear. They went hard in the soap opera direction and now, they’ve gone hard at it in a different direction, and now, I’m not sure I really care to watch anymore!
Francis returns to speak on his mother’s behalf to try to convince his father not to behead her, while Catherine is busy making arrangements for her beheading and subsequent burial. There’s some tension between Francis and Mary as they see each other again for the first time in a while, but it wasn’t enough to pull off what happened later.
Mary’s mother (Amy Brenneman from Private Practice) shows up to make sure that her daughter doesn’t marry Bash and goes back to the original plan to marry Francis, and is a pretty hardcore villain, I must say, but the kind you actually hate, not love to hate. She’s kind of a bitch. She’s not dastardly or clever, just manipulative and mean. She goes to great lengths to ensure her daughter weds the right Frenchman, and in the end, that’s exactly what Mary does, though it’s for more reasons than just false news of the English throne having been vacated recently. At first, Mary believes it’s because she loves Francis more, but that’s not the whole reason.
Nostradamus revises his earlier prophecy of Francis’s death, saying it concerned Catherine’s firstborn, which was actually Clarissa, though he didn’t know that at the time, and now that she’s dead, Francis should live a long happy life with Mary. This change makes Mary believe it’s now “safe” to marry Francis, however, his prophecy was incomplete. Or rather, the writers decided to muck it up by making Clarissa not really dead, and now the old prophecy is back on with a different death day for Catherine’s eldest son.
Yes, it seems petty to skip a show because two of the main characters, Mary and Bash, aren’t together anymore, but it’s one of the only things that was keeping my interest. The plot as far as Mary’s claim to the English throne has stalled, and the prophecy change felt like cheating. Also, Clarissa not really being dead also felt like cheating.
Things have gotten all twisted around, and the drama is too wrapped up in the romance than in the politics, and the royal politics and bids for the throne and nation-running are more what interested me in this show. I will probably give it another week or so, but this one may be cut from my watchlist soon if it doesn’t get back on a more interesting track soon.
I thought I had gotten through the better part of my recaps from last, but as it turns out, I had forgotten all about Friday and Sunday’s new eps, so those are all coming up as soon as I can get to them!
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