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Scott Michael Foster,
Things around Erica are not going well. Sam, who is still staying with Erica and Ethan, has just been served divorce papers by Josh, who wants to take her for everything. And Erica loses two important people in her life. First, Brent no longer wants to associate with her as he sees them as being on opposite sides of a Cold War. And second, Kai no longer wants to see her after her admission to him that she has feelings for him. Not wanting to fall into what he sees as the bad life he lived in 2019, Kai quits his job at Goblins without telling Erica in hopes that she can go on with her happy life with Ethan. Erica, in her regular therapy session, wants specifically to deal with the issue of Kai, which Dr. Tom refuses, he stating that her therapy is about her and not Kai. After a fight, Erica walks out of her session. Their fight reminded Dr. Tom of his own strained relationship with his street-wise daughter, Sarah, whose whereabouts he now does not know. To help him understand what is ... Written by
Finally another good episode. This is pretty much just because we didn't get to see much of Erica's annoying self but had a great Dr. Tom episode again.
I liked to see him dealing with his relationship to his daughter, finding out more about her and realizing what her real problem was and why she left.
Unfortunately, instead of making it an episode to tell Erica that telling people how to live their life is not a good idea, they made it into "Let's Erica decide more" message. He even made it look as if her becoming the arrogant and rude ...person that she is to be good.
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