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Tonight, the second season of Younger comes to a close. Last week, Liza threatened Thad that if he didn’t tell Kelsey he was cheating on her, she would do it for him. Meanwhile, Empirical was busy trying to prepare for the launch of the latest fantasy novel from their biggest author – an obvious nod to George R. R. Martin and his “A Song of Ice and Fire.” They were auditioning actresses to portray the heroine at the launch party when Liza walked in, and the lecherous author immediately wanted her to be the one to wear the Slave Leia-like costume. Meanwhile, Thad showed up to Liza’s apartment to try to convince her not to talk to Kelsey, when he ran into Liza’s daughter – and knew he now had a bargaining chip. He met with Liza in the city and threatened to go public about her age, but Liza told Thad that she was going to tell Kelsey the truth and that she didn’t care what he did. However, she soon didn’t have to worry about any of that, because as she walked away, a steel girder came falling from the sky and landed right on top of Thad!
What a shocking, unexpected, but totally effective turn of events! It looks like Liza’s secret is safe for a little longer, but how is Kelsey going to take the news of her fiance’s untimely death? And what about Liza – how will this brush with death affect her? Will she finally just come clean on her own? And what about her love life – will she get back with Josh, will she finally make a move on Charles, or will she find love somewhere else?
On tonight’s episode, “No Weddings & a Funeral,” tragedy strikes, and Liza wonders if she should end her 26-year-old life forever.
Learn what decisions Liza makes tonight on TV Land at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, black-ish, Heartbeat, Arrow, Supernatural, Young & Hungry, Baby Daddy, and The Americans.
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