When will 'The Conners' Season 3 Episode 6 air? Here's what to expect when Harris finally returns to the show
It's been a difficult time for Becky already with having to get into a new job as her one-year-old daughter still waits at home, but Harris is gonna beat her in that department it seems
Harris Conner-Healy has been quite absent from this season of the Roseanne spinoff. While one could attribute that to the actor Emma Kenney's involvement in the leading role of Showtime's hit dramedy 'Shameless', it doesn't mean we have missed her spitfire spark as Darlene Conner-Healy's (Sara Gilbert) eldest on the ABC sitcom. This is why her grand return makes things so joyous, but the same return is also going to be laced with the struggles of Harris as she braves the consequences of impassionate protests and activism based on her ideologies. Her mother, too, has to brave the consequences of her own tough love towards little sister Becky (Lecy Goranson) and all of that builds up the anticipation for when we can finally see the action unfold!
Well, for starters, Episode 6 of Season 3, titled 'Protest, Drug Test and One Leaves the Nest' arrives just in just a short week's time on Wednesday, December 2, at its usual 9 pm timeslot on ABC. The all-new episode sees "Harris’s job is in jeopardy after joining a protest she strongly believes in, leading to tense discussions within the family. Jackie makes a visit to Wellman Plastics only to realize the company is instituting supervised drug testing, inspiring Becky to lead her own protest."
It's been a difficult time for Becky already with having to get into a new job as her one-year-old daughter still waits at home. Sure, the father, Emilio (Rene Rosado) is still around to take care of their child, but as a new mom, Becky hasn't yet figured out how to be away from her baby. This was the biggest reason behind that explosive fight with low blows between the two sisters, as Darlene reprimanded Becky for not wanting to work steadily. Becky was looking for a more relaxed work schedule but her no-nonsense older sister is headed for a climb up the job ladder and isn't going to let little sister ruin her chances. Shots were fired and the blows landed pretty low, but we still have hopes for the Conners siblings.
Not so much for Harris, who is pretty much a ticking time bomb waiting to explode, and one can only wonder what facing repercussions for protesting means for the young teen.
'The Conners' airs on Wednesdays at 9 pm only on ABC.