'A Million Little Things' Season 3 Episode 3: Rome is spiraling out of control, here's why he should seek help
Will Rome find a way to take control of his feelings? To let go of the anger in his heart? The anger he holds against himself
For a while now, Rome and Regina Howard (Romany Malco and Christina Moses) have been struggling to come to terms with their reality. The couple is barely present in the moment and has been living on autopilot since the day they found out that they won't be getting to adopt the baby they so dearly wished for. Since then, their life has not been the same. It might have been a month since that incident, but the couple is nowhere close to coming to terms with it. And while Regina is one to suppress her feelings, Rome is lashing out at anyone and everyone. In episode 3 of 'A Million Little Things' Season 3 'Letting Go', we will see Rome in an avatar we've never seen before.
In the promo for the upcoming episode shared by the network, Rome is seen getting angry at who could be a roadside vendor. In the same sequence, he tells his therapist, "I feel so out of control. It scares me." Well, it scares us too because this behavior is out of character for Rome and it teases uncertainty for a role that is admired by all. But will Rome act on his anger? Will the therapist help at all? Or will Rome give in to his anger and even act upon it? Although what's the worse that could happen anyway?
For weeks now, we have been watching the tension between the husband and wife escalate. They do not talk about their feelings but only fester in them. The loss of their unborn child is affecting them in ways they never had before even imagined. A month into this ordeal and they haven't found a way to talk it through - Rome and Regina both keep their feelings hidden and go back to ignoring each other's presence.
Watch what happens next with Rome on 'A Million Little Things', which airs on Thursdays at 10 pm ET /PT on ABC. Will he find a way to take control of his feelings? To let go of the anger in his heart? The anger he holds against himself.