Tyler Perry's 'Assisted Living' Episode 11 Preview: Philip and Sandra go missing, have they left for Chicago?
Given the recent developments, Philip and Sandra running away doesn't come as a surprise because the two really hate their new life and desperately want to go back
Looks like Leah and Jeremy just can't catch a break. Sometimes it's their extremely childish grandfather figure Grandpa Vinny (J Anthony Brown) who just can't act straight for a day. When not worrying about whatever insanely erratic and completely outrageous idea Vinny has come up with, the recently broke couple's actual children are a giant pain in the a**.
From arguing about moving to Georgia to getting enrolled in a new high school to their daughter developing a crush on a much older bus driver, Leah (Courtney Nichole) and Jeremy (Ni'am Lynn) have constantly been on their toes for their children Philip (Alex Henderson) and Sandra (Taylor Buck). And by the looks of it, the siblings will pull the ultimate stunt and go missing in the upcoming Episode 11 of the debut season. But where do they go?
According to the official synopsis of what seems to be the last two episodes of this season, Episode 11 titled 'A Lamb To Slaughter' will see "Leah and Jeremy learn that Philip and Sandra have left the facility without their knowledge or their permission." It's one thing to have your children go AWOL from a venue they are fully versed with, but this is a new city, with people Philip and Sandra barely know. And rebellious as they might be, they are still teens. Which brings us to deduce that maybe Philip and Sandra went back to Chicago from Georgia without informing their parents.
Given the recent developments, it won't come as a surprise because the two really hate their new life and desperately want to go back. But if Chicago isn't the destination, and luckily somehow they have decided to go missing in the city they are currently in, the whole scenario of Sandra going off to meet her older bus driver crush with Phillip tailing her to stop her from making stupid mistakes she will inevitably regret, comes to mind. Phillip is easily the more sorted, calmer child of the two, and has shown compassion and consideration towards his parents too after learning why and how his father went broke and lost his job. It makes sense that he would go chasing his rebellious sister to ease his parents' worry and now they are both missing.
Tyler Perry's 'Assisted Living' airs double episodes on Wednesdays from 9 pm to 10 pm ET only on BET.