| “Sometimes, the big moments you picture in your mind
don’t turn out the way you think they will. But if you unexpectedly get
a second chance to make things right, you should probably take it.”
Sometimes, the best drama on TV can be found in comedy. Suburgatory is no exception.
This season we learn that Lisa Shay(Allie Grant) finds out the family secret about her older hunky brother Ryan (Parker Young). Her poor brother wonders if he's dying now, but he was glad that Jane Levy's Tess was back.
She'd spent the summer with her grandmother (her Mother's mother) and found that she wanted to know her real mother. A few episodes later, she get her chance. Malin Akerman went ginger to play Tess's mother Alex.
Now fans have been in a bit of an uproar over this, thinking Akerman is just too young to play Tess's mother.
Jeremy Sisto plays George, Tess's dad who has raised her on his own. In reality, Sisto is only four years older than Malin. Honestly Malin Alkerman is a welcome edition to the show. Although, we hope this doesn't mess up the quirky romance between George and Dallas (Cheryl Hines).
The show is full of surprises each week. I adore the writing on the show and so many wonderful characters. Of course, its quite possibly Carly Chaikin's Dahlia who steals the show each week.