Unbeknownst to him, his journey there will spark a series of setbacks that, by the end of the episode, sees Matt's faith dying a slow death.
' now trademark vein of pulling up the handbrake and swerving the vehicle into uncharted terrain.
Breanna is accustomed to no rules and all fun when she visits her dad for two weeks a year.
But when the demands of her mother's new job make it necessary for Breanna to move in with her father for the foreseeable future, Flex must adjust to raising a teenager on a day-to-day basis.
This, of course, is one of those chicken-and-egg problems we get into as series head toward their planned endings.
He enlists the help of a foreign-aid approved friend to fly him, John (Kevin Carroll), Michael (Jovan Adepo) and - to his annoyance - Kevin's ex-wife Laurie (Amy Brenneman) to Australia, viewing the global catastrophe to be a mere “obstacle” dealt by God.And the series has done a solid job of rooting his recurring suspicion of the USSR in the food shortages rippling across the country.But at the same time, I find myself looking at story events and wondering if they're happening organically, or because the show has to end soonish.And Philip, in particular, seems increasingly gutted by every murder he's party to.That makes the final moments of "Lotus 1-2-3" feel like some sort of bridge has been crossed.