'A Million Little Things' Season 4 Episode 14 Review: A past threatens to ruin the present
Regina's business strategy basically ended up opening a can of worms
The recent episode of 'A Million Little Things' sure was one hell of a rollercoaster. Did you find yourself yelling at the tv after the episode aired? The best of us did.
Having said that, there's way too much happening on the drama front. For starters, Regina Howard (Christina Moses) starts a new business opportunity with a food truck and her dad Ronald (Mario Van Peebles) is onboard. With things already being difficult after her parents' divorce, her mother, Shelly (Romy Rosemont), encourages her to work with her father. All of this seems too good to be true. Did we believe that a tad too soon?
Regina's business strategy basically ended up opening a can of worms, when her parents began to bring up issues from their day. The truth about their marriage falling apart comes to light - a sad story of abuse, broken trust, and lost hope.
While Gina figures out her traumatic past, Rome Howard (Romany Malco) on the other hand is going through a tough time at the school after the students have watched his documentary on Black supremacy. After one major incident from school changed his life forever, he finally managed to stand up to the Dean for being racist to him; someone who advised Rome to walk away when a "Whites only" sign was put up. He also credits his old friend (and current Vice-Principal of their school), Dre (Keith Robinson), for being his inspiration, not giving an ounce of credit to the Dean for his success.
On the Eddie Saville (David Guintoli) and Anna Benoit (Erin Karpluk) front, the two are at crossroads since the former isn't able to perform sexually after his accident, bringing up the nerves and several awkward conversations. Fortunately, they're able to communicate, laugh things off, and push past the incident. While Gary Mendez (James Roday Rodriguez) finally comes around to Maggie Bloom (Allison Miller) being excited about motherhood, they get the green signal from their doctor to start trying. It seems like this is probably the most thrilled we've seen the couple!
Did anyone else think Katherine Kim (Grace Park) was a total badass for stealing the plaque but also a little upset that she missed having fun in school? Greta Strobe (Cameron Esposito) seconds that, and so do we.
Catch 'A Million Little Things' every Wednesday, at 10 pm ET, on ABC.