'Leave It To Geege': Geege gives away their dog Boner after Tyler and Nicky object

Geege Taylor's family decides to give away their dog, but Harper is not happy with this decision


                            'Leave It To Geege': Geege gives away their dog Boner after Tyler and Nicky object
Harper and Boner in 'Leave it to Geege' (Lifetime)

Lifetime has never missed an opportunity to impress the audience by offering something new to win their hearts. So apart from a slew of rom-coms, the channel is trying to win over more fans with a series that shows how a mother deals with her autistic child.

'Leave It To Geege' features Geege Taylor, a double divorced single mother of two. In addition, she also has an autistic 20-year-old son named Pootie. In the premiere episode, Geege was interviewed about how she deals with her son and the best ways to make her life easier and happier. Geege is confident about being the mother of an autistic child but admits it sometimes becomes hard for her to handle him in public places. She is trying to make him learn how to sit and wait for food in a restaurant, how to behave appropriately in public places and many more things.

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Geege's best friends Tyler and Nicky, who live with her as a family, don't appreciate the idea of having a dog in the house. However, Geege's daughter Harper loves to spend time with their dog named Boner. But Tyler and Nicky state many reasons and they mutually decide to give away the dog. The episode also shows Puddin, Geege's mother who is eager to give herself a makeover. Meanwhile, Geege is helped by Tyler to hone her skills for getting more comfortable and confidently taking Pootie to public places on her own without anyone's help.

Geege Taylor in 'Leave it to Geege' (Lifetime)

The series becomes more funny and interesting when Geege's boyfriend Mark informs her about his arrival. Geege is filled with excitement to meet her boyfriend after a long wait, but she is also nervous. Geege, with her family, also signs up for self-defence classes that unexpectedly turns out to be family fight night. Geege with this series, is aiming to help and educate others on raising an autistic child with love and care. 

Pootie in 'Leave it to Geege' (Lifetime)
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