'A Million Little Things': Fans want Gary and Maggie's relationship to be cancer-free

Just when our favorite couple has finally gotten around to embracing the little things in life, their joy is short-lived


                            'A Million Little Things': Fans want Gary and Maggie's relationship to be cancer-free
Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom and James Roday Rodriguez as Gary Mendez in 'A Million Little Things' (Instagram/@millionlittlethingsabc)
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The recent episode of 'A Million Little Things' dropped a big bomb on viewers. On the final leg of episode 14 of Season 4, Maggie (Allison Miller) said "I felt a lump" while getting frisky with Gary (James Roday Rodriguez) in bed. Is his cancer back?

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The couple has already gone through a rollercoaster with regard to their relationship. Having said that, it almost felt magical to see them together after Maggie's cancer scare, Gary having to see her with Cam (Ryan Hansen), her and Gary finally finding their way back together, on the same page about someday having children; all the good coming to a shocking standstill in the end. 

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Here's what fans have to about the recent episode of the series. 

One fan said, "GARY CANNOT HAVE CANCER AGAIN HE AND MAGGIE BOTH DESERVE TO BE HAPPY WHY ARE THEY ALWAYS DEALING WITH NEW SHIT 24/7 JUST LET ONE GOOD THING HAPPEN TO THEM FOR ONCE I AM LITERALLY ON MY HANDS AND KNEES BEGGING #amillionlittlethings", while another shared, "JUST when Maggie and Gary are in a good place and trying for a baby, we have to worry about his cancer again?!!! If something happens to him I will not be able to handle it, at all #AMillionLittleThings".

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One fan tweeted, "Can their relationship be cancer free for one minute, they just got back together.* Not completely surprised that happened, but still I would like them to just be happy and not stressed for one minute. (I have been expecting this to happen since season one.)#AMillionLittleThings", while another said, "Especially after the ending of “I felt a lump” #AMillionLittleThings".

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One fan tweeted, "Ugh not Gary #AMillionLittleThings", while another said, "“I feel a lump” Please say “made you look” Omg omg my heart I’m so nervous! Gary no! #[email protected] @JamesRoday @AMillionABC". 

One fan tweeted, "The #AMillionLittleThings are always on it because they've been speculating about this cancer return for Gary for a while. I DON'T WANT IT.. LEAVE GARY ALONE!", while another shared, "YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME #AMillionLittleThings".

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One fan tweeted, "Noooo, I hope Gary’s okay!!! #AMillionLittleThings", while another shared, "THE ENDING NOOOO OMG #AMillionLittleThings".

One fan said, "How can they do this to Gary now? #AMillionLittleThings", while another shared, "WAIT SHE FELT A LUMP ON GARY'S CHEST?! #AMillionLittleThings". 


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One fan said, "I swear to god if you do this to Gary! Let him be happy!! #AMillionLittleThings", while another shared, "sometimes i think that the amlt writers love garymaggie shippers bc they give us good things & then bam they go & make one of them go through something terrible & i'm back to thinking the writers hate us so like which is it rly i need to know at this point #amillionlittlethings". 

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'A Million Little Things' airs every Wednesday at 10 pm ET, on ABC. 

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