'A Million Little Things' Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Surprises for all at Bloom's b'day bash

It's a gallore of surprises at Bloom's 30th birthday party.


                            'A Million Little Things' Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Surprises for all at Bloom's b'day bash
Ryan Hansen as Cameron and Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom in 'A Million Little Things' (Instagram [email protected])
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The recent episode of ABC's 'A Million Little Things' was probably one of the much-awaited parties in a long, long time. Why wouldn't it be? It's our favorite, Maggie Bloom's birthday!

The gang plan a surprise party for Maggie's 30th, and she was stunned at the turnout, all smiles, and laughs. It was truly heartwarming to see her glowing, given all that she has been through. Be it cancer, or the death of a client, Maggie continued to persevere to move forward with her life. In all honesty, she truly deserved a big surprise from her friends, that too. Did someone else think along the same lines? Read on to know what went down at the rendezvous. 

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In addition to her lovely bunch planning the sweetest birthday surprise, Anna recognized Gary as the one who attacked Peter and somehow came to terms with it. Next up, Eddie spotted his now ex-wife, Katherine making out with her high-school love, Greta. It's safe to say that must have been quite a sight for sore eyes. 

If you're looking to see if anything happened between Maggie and Gary, well, good news! The former jumped onto Gary in the elevator. It sure seems like the woman still has feelings for her old love, and cheating on her birthday doesn't count? Well, we'll need to see more of them hereon, so fingers crossed!

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Although a bunch of stuff went down on Maggie's dirty 30, most of these moments paused in time makes one feel extremely nostalgic as well. Talk about rooting for that one impulsive elevator kiss for over 2 years now, case closed!

What's more, it's always a fun time when everyone comes together to celebrate wins, no matter how big or small.  

The show also continues to show Rome's constant battle with depression, and how his friends and family are his strongest source of support. Given that it hurts to just watch him struggle so much, the show somehow continues to beautifully capture the highs and lows, coupled with showcasing the reality of fighting depression, and the effects it has on their loved ones. 

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Stay tuned for new episodes of Season 4 of 'A Million Little Things' every Wednesday, at 10 pm ET, on ABC.