When Alice asks Ben for an assistant, he gives her Roman. Roman may not be what Alice had in mind, but she finds a connection with him that surpasses her expectations. Meanwhile, Crystal ... See full summary »

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When Alice asks Ben for an assistant, he gives her Roman. Roman may not be what Alice had in mind, but she finds a connection with him that surpasses her expectations. Meanwhile, Crystal wants to honor a passing friend with a funeral at The Sunshine Center, and Alonzo comes clean about a past relationship. Written by ABC Publicity

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Ben Donovan: [to Heather on what he doesn't get about the movie Waterworld] If the world is covered in water, then why is everyone so dirty?
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A fun, sunshine filled half hour
29 August 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When a 'valued' member of staff dies the Sunshine Centre is thrown into chaos, in this episode of 'Mr Sunshine'.

It's great to see that Heather and Roman play more of a central role here, having stolen many a scene across the series. Both Nate Torrence and Portia Doubleday play them to perfection.

Matthew Perry has some nice moments too, and seems far more comfortable in his role than he appeared in some of the earlier episodes.

What I love about 'Mr Sunshine' is that yes, it can be ridiculous, yes it can be dark at times, but it does have a lot of heart behind it too, and the eulogy given by Allison Janney's character epitomises all of these elements.

Another fab episode of 'Mr Sunshine'.


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