I shouldn’t be this happy about Boomer’s death, but I’m totally celebrating Boomer’s death.
But best of all, I’m celebrating that it was Mary Pat who killed him.
There’s something so satisfying in knowing that after he mentally abused her, treated her kids like crap, and forced himself onto her, that justice was served.
It’s always the ones you least expect that are capable of snapping.
But seeing her so scared and hurt after Boomer had come onto her was painful to watch.
He deserved what was coming though she would have been able to use the self-defense card had she not moved his body and chopped it up into itty bitty pieces.
The way Mary Pat described how she used a meat carver from Thanksgiving to make his body fit into the meat locker was horrid and hilarious at the same time.
Oh, Mary Pat.
The scene was only made better by Ruby, Beth and Annie’s reactions that went from understanding to downright shocked.
Personally, I would have washed my hands of this completely and let Mary Pat deal with it.
She took care of their problem, but they didn’t have to make his chopped up body their problem. They didn’t have to become accomplices.
But you know they did!
Ruby got the idea of disposing him at a wasteland from her daughter’s school project.
Watching them struggle to carry his dead body to a dumpster gave me so much anxiety.
I almost joined in Ruby’s prayer because man, this is downright the worst thing they’ve ever done.
How do they even sleep at night?
And why weren’t they at least wearing gloves? Their fingerprints are all over that body bag.
Of course the moment they finally moved the body, they’d realize his cellphone was inside.
I don’t even want to imagine what digging through that body bag must have looked like, and I’m glad the writers spared us the imagery.
While most of us would agree that the world is better off without Boomer, it was heartbreaking to listen to Marion call and leave worrisome voicemails.
There’s at least one person that will miss him.
Seeing Annie break down after hearing the voicemails also assures us that despite doing all these terrible things, they still have a conscience.
Beth earned her “boss bitch” status after handling Boomer. After he failed to show up for his deposition, he left her a letter addressed to the “boss bitch” with a key inside.
What do you think is inside the storage locker?
Does this mean Beth passed the test and is officially part of his gang?
Is Rio even the leader of the gang or is he working for someone?
Just like when we saw him with a kid, it was striking to see him out of his element playing tennis at a ritzy place with what seemed to be his lawyer.
His lawyer connection explains how he’s been getting all the intel on the “inside.”
But who is this lawyer? Why does she want Beth involved?
She wanted to know how everything was going which made me feel like she’s the one calling the shots.
What did you think of the episode?
WATCH: ‘Good Girls’ Drops Hot Season 4 Promo Ahead of March 7 Premiere
We’re less than a month away from the return of Good Girls!
The series, about three suburban moms who get messed up in a life of crime and money laundering, is set to return on Sunday, March 7 on NBC.
On Saturday, the series dropped its first teaser for the upcoming series, and the action picks up right where it left off on season 3.
In the 30-second clip, Beth tells Rio that she has a new way to wash his money: hot tubs.
“Those things breed diseases,” he informs her.
A montage of the ladies washing cash under the guise of their new business leads into Beth’s realization that the FBI is on their trail.
It doesn’t seem like Beth realizes that they’ve just befriended the FBI agent leading the case, which is bound to make things even more interesting.
And for those who are waiting for more steaming #Brio scenes, we even get a little peak at the duo getting up close and personal playing billiards. Did you see the way he moved her hair out of her face? *Takes a moment to cool off*
It’s safe to say, Beth, Annie, and Ruby are about find themselves in a lot of “hot water.”
— Good Girls (@NBCGoodGirls) February 20, 2021
NBC Announces Spring Premiere Dates for ‘Manifest,’ ‘Good Girls,’ and ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’
Manifest and Good Girls fans, we have the news you’ve been waiting for!
After months of anticipation, NBC is unveiling its spring schedule.
Ellen’s Game of Games will make its official move from Mondays to Sunday on March 7.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist will also return to its former time-slot on Sundays on March 28.
Then, we’ll be welcoming April with Manifest, which returns for season 3 on Thursday, April 1 at 8/7c.
Per the network, Manifest picks up more than a year since the mysterious and puzzling return of Flight 828.
“While the Stone family endeavors to keep their friends safe and make their enemies believe the unbelievable, new challenges will test their trust of the callings and each other. But sticking together is more important than ever, because no matter what happens, it’s all connected,” the description reads.
The series will be followed by a two-hour Law & Order, which will include the series premiere of the Elliot Stabler-focused spinoff, Law & Order: Organized Crime.
Happy Dance! Good Girls Renewed For Season 4 at NBC!
Pop the champagne because Good Girls is getting a fourth season!
The cast got together — virtually, it is still coronavirus time — to share the good news with fans.
The news is exciting considering the series never got to finish telling the story fully as the third season was cut short by the pandemic. Many productions were forced to shut down production due to the outbreak.
The series ended a few episodes shy of its intended order with Good Girls Season 3 Episode 11 on May 3.
Watch the happy reunion video below:
Retta, who plays Ruby Hill, has some idea of what’s in store come season 4.
“If we get picked up, we will finish the five [episodes] that did not air because I know that’s how Jenna wants the story to go,” she told the publication.
However, she hasn’t read scripts past the 12th episode.
“I have a little bit of anxiety about the scripts that I haven’t seen and I have specifically not asked [Bans] about it because I do want the answers,” she explains. “I like to see it in real time and I don’t want it floating in my head, but I have an idea of stuff that’s coming and yeah … it’s going to be intense.”
Retta is likely referring to FBI agent Phoebe who is closing in on the three ladies just as Beth bought a pool and spa shop to occupy Dean and wash cash for Rio.
As for #Brio fans, it wasn’t supposed to be all angst and hatred. Showrunner Jenna Bans and Executive Producer Bill Krebs told Entertainment Weekly that the final five episodes would’ve been a turning point in Beth and Rio’s relationship as they were forced to work together and the chemistry would no longer be undeniable. The duo has been spending most of the season apart with Rio angry at Beth for trying to kill him and Beth blaming him for everything going wrong in her life.
“That’s something we’re really looking forward to jumping into in season 4 and something we’re sad we didn’t get to show the fans in season 3, but it’s all still coming. You don’t go from having the hottest sex of your life to wanting someone dead without conflicted feelings,” Bans said.
We were excited for season 4, but now, we’re reaaaally excited.
NBC previously renewed all three Chicago shows and Law & Order SVU for three more seasons each. New Amsterdam and This Is Us were previously renewed for three seasons each.
Other shows that scored a renewal include Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Superstore.
Still awaiting a decision are Manifest, Perfect Harmony, Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector, Indebted, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.
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