Good Girls’ Rio is living… but today, he’s officially a free man. A dangerous free guy.
Having ordered a hit on Agent Turner (R.I.P.), the back-on-the-streets crime boss has demonstrated there is nothing that he won’t do to settle old scores. This week, Can Rio finally confront Beth?
Let us find out just what kind our ladies are in for as this week’s episode is broken down by us.
The series fakes us out with a duo of doorbells. Rio rings the doorbell of… his baby-mama Rhea’s house. Fortunately for Beth (or perhaps sadly), it is her mother-in-law, Judith, standing at her door.
Greg and Nancy tell Annie — excuse me thank Annie for her role in getting them to couples therapy. (Awkward.) Their therapist thinks she can play a part in their”healing” and Annie is”a very small bit broken and a little bit lost.”
The physician says they all need to find out their issues out, so if Annie wants to begin treatment, Greg uncomfortably provides to cover the price. Mae Whitman’s eyes are like daggers shooting into Greg’s skull in this scene and I am loving it.
The women learn about Turner and bring flowers. Annie cracks a few jokes that rub the incorrect way to Ruby. Annie then reminds them that he tried to frame Stan and lock up them.
She pours out one for Turner, just she’s drinking coffee rather than booze. (“That’s not how that works,” says Ruby.) Beth gets staring but snaps out of it. She resolutely states, “I guess we are back in business”
And thus the women start scheming. They know they could create their counterfeit cash, but how can they wash the cash? Beth wonders? “Imagine if we did not use people like us?”
She asks her friends. However, will they discover a seedy character to do their bidding? Annie goes to see Greg’s therapist and”provides some straight talk,” explaining that she is not the reason why Greg cheated on his wife.
“It’s not my fault he got tired of boning an ice queen who’s thought of getting wild is leaving her bra on for a quickie!” She’s her diatribe with gumption, only she brings it to the incorrect Dr. Cohen. (Classic, Annie.) Both make so this guy is most likely sticking around for a bit.
Beth uses it as an opportunity to network after an ex-con they hired to maneuver a grandfather clock is offended by Dean.