Before I jump into my review, I’ll preface that I did NOT hate the season finale of Younger as much as others did. Maybe it’s because I’m neither #TeamCharles or #TeamJosh…. I’m #TeamConfused and so I thoroughly enjoyed the excitement of “who will it be.” I felt that in order for Liza to truly be done with one of them in the romantic sense, she had to gain some closure, which is what her trip to Ireland was all about. Sure, she may not have gotten her happy ending but to me, there’s no such thing – the fun is in the journey and this was one heck of an adventure. And it guarantees a few more seasons! At this point, I don’t think Liza is even ready for a happy ending yet.
SPOILERS – STOP READING IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED!
The season 4 finale of Younger took us on a trip to Ireland for a supersized finale that included Irish dancing, lots of lying, and a green-card wedding. All in that eventful order.
After receiving a midnight call from Josh, Liza flew halfway around the world to be the “best man” at her ex-boyfriends wedding. A wedding not out of love but out of the need for a green-card. Josh was happy to oblige because he wanted to keep Claire in NYC to “see what this could become.” Can you imagine what would happen if I married every person I ever dated just out of curiosity?
Upon arrival, Liza and Maggie were surprised to find wedding preparations in FULL swing. Claire’s mother, a newfound lesbian thanks to Maggie, is so enthralled in the wedding planning process, they simply let her believe that it was happening for legit reasons. Plus, what mother wants to know that her daughter’s big day is only for papers?
A quick trip to the city with Claire alerts Liza that she’s not just here for moral support – Josh brought her to Ireland to bolster the validity of the marriage and the worst part is he doesn’t even have the balls to ask Liza to lie for him himself. “You kind of owe him this,” Claire utters revealing that Josh wasn’t too tight-lipped on Liza’s little white lie.
When Liza finally confronts Josh, he’s already drunk and throws a hissy fit exclaiming that Liza had no problem lying for herself but wouldn’t lie for him. Low blow. At this point, Liza’s compromised because she’s not the most honest person in the world but at the same time, she knows how dangerous one small lie is and how it can take on this whole new life. I lost a lot of respect for Josh in the finale as his immaturity really began to show. He was trying so hard to force this “thing” with Claire, a girl who couldn’t even say she was in love with him when Liza asked, only because he was trying to mask his feelings for Liza and mend his broken heart. When he told her “if you don’t want to be here then just go home,” I seriously prayed she would pack up her bags and leave and stop enabling him but I get it, she cares for Josh and feels protective over him. I think a part of her also wanted to prove that they could just be friends and that means supporting him even when she doesn’t agree with his methods.
So she stuck around for the Irish pre-wedding party where she danced up a storm with Claire and came to her defense when her alleged “best friend” tried to exploit the relationship for what it is, a fake marriage. “When someone you love that much proposes, you say yes. Believe me, you say yes,” Liza says, validating their relationship in front of Claire’s friends and family.
That statement, however, proves that she’s still very much in love with Josh, which is something Maggie kept foreshadowing when she kept taunting her with the “friend” word, knowing damn well Liza wanted nothing more than to stop this wedding. It’s when the heartbreaking reality set in that she loved someone she had absolutely no future with. She’s attracted to him but cares for him enough that she wants what’s best, which is why she broke it off in the first place. She’s fully aware that age gap is significant and wants him to live his best life, to have the chance at children and despite him saying that the only future he wants is one with her, she has a better grasp and can see clearer down the line. Someone can say one thing now but later on change their mind and resent you for stealing their golden years. This is why the choice between Team Josh and Team Charles is so hard. Because under the right circumstances, Josh is and could be the right choice.
And not only is it already complicated between Liza and Josh, now he’s getting married and he drunkenly stumbles into her room and Lucas Scott’s her. I kid you not, Josh pulled a Lucas Scott from One Tree Hill and professed his love to Liza the same way Lucas did to Peyton.
“It’s you Liza, it’s always been you.”
Can you believe Josh just One Tree Hill’ed us? Okay, maybe it wasn’t word for word the same but literally, I had Deja Vu followed by the same goosebumps I had back in 2006 when I first watched that scene. I may need a moment.
Then to add an additional layer of complicated, Josh SLEPT, just slept, with Liza the night before and then the next day, was outside mingling with the guests, going forward with the wedding at a full speed. Understandably, Liza was confused. But seriously, not more confused than Josh who basically told her that in order to free himself from her spell, he needed to put a ring between them.
This is the equivalent of saying that you hope your cheating husband changes after you get married. Marriage isn’t some magical solution that fixes all your problems and makes feelings go away. In fact, things are only going to get messier with Josh being married because deep down inside, whether he wants to soberly admit it or not, Liza is the one. Not Claire. And no ring, no binding ceremony, no document will change that.
He’s also lying to Claire, which is a new low for Josh because as Maggie pointed out, he hates liars. He married her knowing that he was withholding the truth from her and the whole beginning of their relationship, like his relationship with Liza, is now based on lies. And maybe he just assumes she doesn’t care because the marriage is for papers but it’s still a valid marriage. Imagine how she’s going to feel if she ever finds out what he was up to just mere hours before they tied the knot. I know, I’m getting way too deep into this but I mentioned that Josh’s immaturity was showing and this was the cherry on top. Also, who else is SHOCKED that Josh actually went through with the marriage? I guess we were all so certain that he would back out that actually having him get married was the storyline to throw us off.
At this point, Liza’s getting hit from every angle. When she left for Ireland, she informed Diana about her trip but failed to let Charles, you know the man she just admitted to loving, know that she was leaving town. Why? How hard would it have been to pop in and say “hey, I’m going to Ireland cause Josh is getting married.” Do you know how many problems we could have avoided?
Instead, Charles found out she was “chasing Josh around Ireland” from Diana, who was sitting on her independent high horse after kicking Richard to the curb. With that in mind, every decision Charles made from that point on in regards to Pauline was based on the fact that Liza had been pushing him away and allowing him to reconcile with his ex and now she was off in another country with hers.
Zane tried to one-up Kelsey in the meeting by offering up a segment on Good Morning America for “Marriage Vacation” and while everyone was on board, Charles was adamant that he was not going to go on live television to support his wife. Of course, during the interview, the producer threatened to pull the segment unless she got something juicy so Zane caved and gave the OK for them to bring Charles on set in front of a live audience. And how do you say no on live TV without looking like a jerk?
That was honestly the last straw for Zane. I truly wanted to love him but he’s just the type of person to throw everyone under the bus to save his own face. It’s despicable and shows the true nature of his character – we were all so intrigued by his bad boy antics but really, he was just bad. I’ll miss the eye candy but I wouldn’t mind if he got as far away from Kelsey as possible.
Pauline is so desperate to make everyone believe that they are back together, it’s almost delusional. How does a middle-aged woman who left her whole family to “find herself” just assume they’re all going to take her back? And even more frustrating is that Charles willing plays along with her narrative of getting back together in order to get better ratings to sell the book. Oh, how money talks. Her story is rich however because it’s relatable to Liza and that’s why they’ve bonded so well. Pauline essentially mirrors Liza, who also felt trapped in her marriage and wanted to break free to find her career. They’ve both done these drastic things in hopes of making something of themselves, which is why Liza has willingly stepped aside, despite her strong feelings for Charles. She won’t be the woman to stand in the way of another woman’s happiness, even if it costs her her own.
Now the good thing is that after all of this, Charles is still very much focused on Liza. That frustrating yet predictable cliffhanger – we all saw it coming when Claire’s friend said it was a no-cellphone ceremony – leaves us wondering what Charles was going to say. At the end of the day though, it’s good he still wants to talk to Liza and pursue whatever chemistry there is between them. He’s hoping she’ll understand he went along with the “we’re back together” narrative to sell the book and if she does, maybe there’s hope he’ll understand why she had to lie about her age when she finally tells him. There are SO MANY LIARS on this show. And it’s all a domino effect from Liza.
So I get why fans are so angry. The whole season has kind of been a “will they or won’t they” between Liza and Charles and it ended with Liza struggling with her feelings for Josh. But it was necessary to make room for Charles. After her breakup with Josh, instead of understanding her feelings and getting over them, she ignored them, pushed them aside because it was the right thing to do. This Irish goodbye doesn’t open the chapter for them, it closes the romantic book. He’s off the market but not out of her life completely because she still has to be heavily involved to vouch for his marriage, which adds a new layer of complexity for next season.
Come season 5 though, it’s your time #TeamCharles fans. The cliffhanger guarantees (and the producers already acknowledged) that the focus will be primarily on Liza and Charles. They are way overdue at this point and they have to at least give it a chance – a real chance, not just a quick make out sesh before the janitor waltzes in.
Thoughts on the Younger season finale? I know you probably had just as many as I did but come on, there are so many rich layers to peel back here. They always say, to hide one small lie, a thousand lies are needed and this finale showed that beyond a doubt!
Do you believe Josh is Liza’s soulmate and having her with Charles goes against the show’s theme of breaking age cliches? Or do you think he’s just the one who woke her up and she’s really meant to be with a grounded man like Charles? To me, the Liza who came to Brooklyn is a free-spirited woman who doesn’t want her old life back. So while both dudes have their assets, they also have their flaws. Maybe Liza just needs to pick Liza and focus on the career, which is why she really lied in the first place.
Younger Review – The Baroness (7×08)
Is Younger trying to redeem Quinn Tyler? Make us feel sorry for her? Or worst of all… root for her and Charles?
Alright, let’s be honest, none of those things will ever happen, but the episode did manage to humanize “the Baroness” by introducing a more reasonable side to the billionaire author.
For starters, she went out of her way to help out Caitlyn by attending her school event and by helping her secure a summer internship.
Instead of using the moment to get back at Liza, Quinn didn’t let her rift and animosity with Charles’s ex get in the way of helping an aspiring young mind. In short, her beef was never with Caitlyn, so why punish her?
Since this is the final season, I’d love to see less of the storylines revolving around Quinn and more of them focused on the core characters, but I did enjoy seeing Caitlyn geek out over and bond with Quinn.
Liza’s face as the two “Treblemakers” were harmonizing said it all.
Why is everyone so obsessed with Quinn?
You also have to give props to Liza for putting aside her personal distaste for Quinn to make Caitlyn happy.
As I said, I’d much rather focus on getting some closure for the main characters.
Aside from a measly hook-up, Josh hasn’t had anything going on this season at all. The only time he’s included in a scene is when the whole group gets together! Give the man something to do that doesn’t include pining over Liza!
I am, however, glad they brought in Caitlyn and David. With Liza’s glamorous publishing life, it’s almost easy to forget that she has a whole family, but this was a nice little reminder.
It also served as a reminder that David was always her biggest mistake.
Seeing how cringeworthy he was at dinner — from the bleeding gums to googling Quinn and attempting to fist bump Charles for scoring a billionaire to his weak pitch to Quinn about his company — it’s not surprising that Liza is so hesitant to get married again.
Everyone was equally disturbed by his behavior.
Liza was surprised by Quinn’s kindness, especially since at her publishing event not too long ago she set up a trap to stick it to Liza.
This is the moment where Quinn’s demeanor changed drastically, and she explained her behavior as playing rough against someone who was digging up dirt to jeopardize her relationship.
In that sense, I can understand where she’s coming from.
Any woman would try to protect her relationship at all costs, right?
Audiences will always side with Liza because that’s our day one and we know that in her heart, she was just trying to protect Charles, but Quinn was also trying to protect herself and her man.
The Sound of Music analogy was also perfect as it acknowledged that Quinn’s success and assertiveness will always make her harder to root for in comparison to Liza who is “sweetness and light,” but that doesn’t mean she loves Charles any less.
Quinn has done some questionable things, but maybe she’s not all rotten.
With this new outlook on Quinn and Charles’s relationship, it seems like there might not be a breakup in their future at all.
It’s entirely possible the show will end with Charles and Quinn staying together and, as many of us expected, Liza choosing herself.
It’s not the way many of us want it to end, but in a way, it’s what the series has always been about — a middle-aged woman starting over and finding success and comfort in her independence.
Liza has proven time and time again that while men seem to throw themselves at her, she’s never needed a man!
Would it be so shocking if she ended the series by loving herself snd this new life she’s built instead?
Maggie has been canceled… and that’s extremely upsetting considering she’s one of the most open and understanding characters.
For someone to destroy her character with the click of a button is frustrating, and yet, a sign of the times and how powerful the Internet is.
If I were in Maggie’s shoes, I’d sue Cass for defamation. It shouldn’t be that hard to track down who sent all the tweets.
It’s one thing to lose a job you never cared much about anyway, but the rumors are now going after Maggie’s career and livelihood. She’s worked her whole life to establish herself as an artist and it’s gone in a flash because of something some miserable woman wrote.
Of course, Cass had every reason to be angry, but her anger should have been directed at Camila instead. She’s delusional if she thinks Camila is being taken advantage of. Then again, this is the same woman who believed her wife’s story about sexual blocks.
I’m glad Maggie cleared that up for her.
Kelsey learned about the reality of reality TV the hard way after her character was thrown into question due to some terrible editing that made her look like a desperate and thirsty millennial.
I believe the phrase she used was “desperate bulge hunter.” Classic Younger.
Aside from that being the funniest thing ever, the look was not good for her brand, especially because she and Liza are trying to branch out and make waves in the p own and make waves in the publishing world.
Thankfully, Rob, Clare’s ex, was able to get her out of the contract, but it wasn’t without a price as he asked her out on a date.
Kelsey did the right thing by turning him down. While she may not be close with Clare, she’s roomies and besties with Josh, so it’s close enough that there’s a clear conflict of interest.
That doesn’t mean she has to give up on Rob completely, however.
If she’s really interested in getting to know him, she should have a chat with Clare first. Who knows, maybe she’d be fine with it!
And it does seem like Kelsey is interested.
Is anyone else still holding out hope for Zane to return and sweep Kelsey off her feet?
Liza’s little Inkubtor got some press love in Vulture Magazine, but I wonder if this is yet another conflict of interest with Empirical.
Technically, Liza and Kelsey did this on their own and pitched an author that is not signed by Empirical. Either the company won’t be supportive of their little venture or the side hustle will get so much love that Empirical will want to take ownership and capitalize on it. Which way do you think it’s going to go?
If I were Liza and Kelsey, I’d reach out to Quinn’s VC and grab some funding for their own start-up that will aim to redefine the oftentimes antiquated publishing world. At least that way, Liza wouldn’t have to see Charles and Quinn schmoozing everywhere.
The episode offered up some closure with Caitlyn and David, but it’s still not what I wanted to see from the final season and the last remaining few episodes.
What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!
Younger Review – Raise the Flag (7×07)
Charles had a paternity scare on Younger Season 7 Episode 7.
After former Empirical writer, Ian Clark, passed away, Charles was forced to confront Judith, Clark’s widow and the older woman he had an affair with years ago when he was a deckhand in the Hamptons.
Younger fans will remember that this steamy summer affair was the inspiration for Charles’ unpublished novel “The Miseducation of Henry Cane.”
During Ian’s wake, Judith pushes Charles to meet with her son, Topher, about republishing Ian’s books.
But though Charles is overcome with guilt from beyond the grave, both he and Liza agree that the novels aren’t worth republishing.
The hard part is breaking the news to Topher, who is just looking for a payout following his father’s death.
The dinner meeting leads to Charles’s realization that Topher was born the summer after his affair.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to put two and two together that there’s a possibility Topher is Charles’s son.
However, Charles shouldn’t have jumped to conclusions before verifying it with Judith. That’s unnecessary stress.
Once he did confront her, he found out that Topher was not his child.
Someone should’ve called Maury for this.
It’s fun to address Charles’s wild past, especially since we see him buttoned up all the time now. It’s hard to imagine that he’d be the kind of guy to get down with an older married woman!
But I found it a little unnecessary to take up prime screentime with this storyline if Charles wasn’t going to be the father.
Storylines like this could’ve worked in previous seasons, but we’re down to our final few episodes of the series, and fans want resolutions and closure to the storylines that actually matter!
Charles realizes that the summer wasn’t as memorable for Judith as it was for him, so Liza suggests channeling all those feelings and emotions into finishing his manuscript.
That’s honestly the only good thing to come from this little brush-in with Judith as it does bring Charles’s publishing plot full circle.
And with Liza working on the piece as an editor, it would likely bring them back together again!
This was the first episode of the season that didn’t include Quinn and just look at how well Charles and Liza got along again.
They were finally given the space to be friends again, and they immediately fell into old habits.
There may have been a little awkwardness between them, but it’s evident that there’s genuine love and respect between the two of them.
This dynamic made so much more sense than the nonsense we saw Charles pull in the previous episode when he ordered Liza to stay out of his personal life.
Honestly, as a longtime fan, it’s frustrating to see Charles’s act so wildly out of character. You think they would’ve figured him out by now.
Will he realize that having Liza in his life makes him happier? We truly haven’t seen him be that at ease or smile that much while he’s with Quinn.
One could say that’s simply the effect Liza’s personality has on people. She’s so easygoing — just look at her relationship with Josh.
He was barely in the episode, but the brief few seconds that he was, they didn’t let their breakup get in between them.
There was a brief Zoom cameo from Diana, and wow, we miss our Queen! But I’m glad she’s having a blast in Italy and using up all those 220 vacation days!
She deserves it.
Kelsey’s about to go from publishing executive to reality TV star thanks to Lauren.
It’s an exciting new adventure for Kelsey, and seriously, what does she have to lose?
She needs an apartment… and we know those things aren’t cheap in New York.
And maybe this way, she could use her platform to help start her own publishing company with Liza since that storyline is still on the radar.
There may also be a new love interest for Kelsey, and I’d typically be upset by that so late in the game, however, if there is a Kelsey-centric spinoff, I’m not upset. Though, I was still holding out hope for Zane!
As for Maggie, those nude photos from Camille are going to bite her in the butt.
The moment I saw her projecting her artwork on the screen, it was obvious some dirty texts were going to pop up while the Dean was observing her class.
Maggie tried to lie her way out of it by saying that the photos were for a sculpture, but Cass isn’t stupid, especially if she knows her wife can’t “finish.”
She doesn’t seem to be too understanding either as she immediately went in for the kill and tarnished Maggie’s name.
Revenge is an ugly color, girl.
Also, why is Camille not being held accountable?
Maggie didn’t ask for this! Camille has been thirstily sending Maggie these texts despite all of her best efforts to shut them down!
We need to start holding the people accountable that are sending the sexts as much as we hold accountable the people that receive them. It’s a two-way street.
Other New York Musings
- I’m adding “sexiled” to my vocabulary!
- Does Charles really not know what BRB means? I know he’s older, but come on! He has kids…
- What writer did the Property Brothers cross that led to Lauren’s savage diss saying they look like the love child of Ben Affleck and Borat?
It was a fine episode all on its own, but again, with this being the final season and there being only three episodes left until the finale, I’d love for the series to start tying up loose ends and giving us a conclusion that was worthy of seven seasons of build-up!
Younger Review – Shoot the Messenger (7×06)
Should this episode be titled “Quinn continues to be the worst?” Why yes, yes it should.
But I feel like I’ve given Quinn way too much of my time in these reviews lately, so I’m going to focus on the prospects of Liza and Kelsey leaving Empirical and starting their own modern publishing company!
That’s exactly the kind of energy I need from the final season of Younger.
The season kicked off with a fresh and fun attitude, but it quickly veered into “stuffy” territory with Liza and Charles’ breakup and Empirical’s identity crisis.
The idea of gunning for books that are bound to be best-sellers and blockbusters while ignoring the up-and-coming and promising authors is the formula for Empirical’s demise.
Throughout the show’s six-season run, the company has reinvented itself with the addition of Millennial, but now that it’s reverting back to the dinosaur ages and focusing on “mid lit”, which is not exactly what Liza, Kelsey, or even Lauren embody.
What was the point of having that hip party if Empirical is just going to pander to the “AOL crowd.”
More so, it’s becoming evident that the ladies no longer need Empirical.
They made Millennial a huge success on their own — it was their talent, their passion, and their knowledge that made it what it is, so there’s no doubt that they’d be able to forge their own path with their own company.
It’s a tall order to get something like this off the ground since they’ll have to get financing and investors (finding talent is the easy part), but they can have the eye and a great marketing guru (Lauren) to publish books and authors that align with their brand and tell the story they want to tell.
It’s not only a tall order for them but also for the series since there are only a few episodes left to wrap up a brand new storyline.
If Kelsey and Liza commit to starting their own company, audiences will have to be content in knowing that they are doing this for themselves as we likely won’t see their successes and struggles pan out on screen.
However, this is exactly what Younger has always been about: finding yourself, your passion, and your voice.
The love triangles attracted audiences, but as I’ve said, the show has always been about Liza and Kelsey tapping into their fullest potential.
Starting their own company and emphasizing that they are determined, career-oriented women brings it all back full circle.
And let’s be real, there’s absolutely no better time for Liza to leave Empirical either as things with Charles are getting quite ugly.
The information she received from Quinn’s former assistant came too easily, and of course, there was a catch — Quinn set her up so that she’d look bad in front of Charles.
It really wasn’t worth it for her to get involved, but can you blame her?
Liza tried to stay out of it as much as she could, but she can’t help that she cares so deeply about Charles and his girls that she felt it was imperative to warn them.
I hate that Quinn is making Liza out to be some kind of scorned, jealous ex when in reality, her intentions continue to be pure.
But she also needs to take note of Charles’s attitude and how he’s acting.
For someone who was so in love with Liza and ready to get married, he quickly veered towards a different direction, jumped into a brand new relationship without even processing the breakup, and forgot who has been by his side throughout.
Also, why did he immediately think Liza was trying to be malicious by warning him about what her sources said?
He knows her and her heart, so he should’ve at least taken a step back to consider what she was saying instead of telling her to “stay out of his personal life.”
It’s not like Liza to meddle or try to sabotage someone’s relationship even if it does hurt her to see him happy with another woman.
Is he that desperate for a family unit that he’s just willing to give into Quinn’s whims and manipulations so easily?
They always say when someone shows you their true colors, believe them.
If Charles can so easily be turned against the woman he once loved with his whole life then maybe Liza was right to say no to his haste proposal. Maybe he isn’t in it for the right reasons!
Based on how Charles is acting recently, I’m totally on board with the idea of Liza leaving Empirical and forgetting all about him.
However, that seems like kind of a waste considering we spent six seasons going back and forth between Team Josh and Team Charles.
So, I’d be willing to give Charles another chance if and only if he and Liza have a mature conversation that addresses the issues that led to their swift breakup following the proposal.
Liza is anti-getting married again because of her previous marriage, but she needs to acknowledge that Charles is a completely different man (and not a serial cheater like her former husband). Getting married this time around isn’t automatically going to make her a housewife either as she’s older and they won’t be raising young kids. She’s also not being asked to give up her independence, freedom, career, or sense of individuality and adventure.
She can have all of those things while being with Charles even if he does tend to play it on the safer side.
Of course, this doesn’t mean they have to rush into marriage either, and Charles needs to acknowledge that because of his failed relationship with Pauline, he has a fear of abandonment, which is why he was pushing so strongly to solidify his union with Liza.
They aren’t necessarily on different pages as I assumed previously because they both want to be committed to each other, but they’re also not confronting the real issues at hand.
When Liza rejected Charles’ proposal, he dipped out of the relationship because it was easier; he was protecting himself before he could get left behind again.
And I guess, in a way, that explains why it was so easy for Quinn to weasel her way in. She’s saying and doing all the right things because she needs this idea of a “perfect family” for her future campaign.
Liza may not have been right about Quinn announcing her run at her book event, but she’s right about Quinn using Charles to get what she wants.
I think deep down, Charles knows that and simply doesn’t want to admit it.
In a long-winded way, I’m basically saying that Liza and Charles should give each other another chance.
But first, he needs to kick Quinn all the way to the curb. Because man, I’ll be mad if after all this back-and-forth, the series ends with Charles marrying Quinn!
As for Team Josh, I think that ship has sailed. There’s nothing romantic between them anymore; the love they have is familial and friendly
Josh will always be part of Liza’s family, and in turn, she’ll always be part of his.
And that’s fine.
Sometimes, that kind of love is more powerful and important than anything else.
And it’s comforting that he can still be part of Liza’s journey of self-discovery in new ways like Inkubator, the underground book club. Also, how clever is that name?!
Throughout the seasons, all Josh has ever wanted was a family and a partner. He has his found family with Liza, Kelsey, Lauren, Maggie, Claire and Gemma, but now, he needs the love interest.
I hope he finds one that loves children as much as he does. And sorry, KT wasn’t it.
I love that so far into the series, the characters continue to make brave choices that align with their needs; they’re brave enough to walk away from relationships that don’t serve them even if it hurts.
Josh prioritized his daughter while KT knew she didn’t have space in her life for children. They were honest with each other and ended things without any hard feelings.
Though, it was pretty hilarious that she thought the diaper and other baby items were left on his bed for a night of kinky sex.
Maggie and Lauren are honestly the best duo on the series. Whenever they team up, the shenanigans are next-level.
On Younger Season 7 Episode 6, Lauren joined Maggie at a dinner at the dean’s house simply to make her wife Camila jealous.
It’s definitely awkward to attend a dinner knowing you hooked up with the woman’s wife, but it’s even more awkward when she ogles you all evening and sends nudes photos from the bathroom while you’re at the dinner table!
What is with this girl? And does her wife know? Maybe they’re both in on it?
Whatever is going on here, I just hope it doesn’t jeopardize Maggie’s teaching position because it seems like an art residency is her true calling!
We have a few episodes left so hopefully, the series will begin tying up loose ends and focusing on the relationships, friendships, and passion projects that will allow us to send the series off without any regrets.
What did you think of the episode? Where do you stand on the relationships?
And where do you hope Liza and Kelsey’s journey takes them?
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