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Mistresses Episode 9 Recap – The love of a flaky mother, the lost husband who refuses to leave, and false accusation

This is what Happened:


Savi’s and Joss’s mother comes for a visit and catches Harry as he picks up a few things to take with him to the restaurant, where he stays at the moment. When he tells her that he moved out, she assumes that he cheated on Savi. Savi on the other hand is debating whether she should open the letter that includes the test results of who her baby’s father is. April is finally ready to officially date Richard and even tells her daughter Lucy, but then she finds out that her husband decides to stay in town. Karen is accused of having killed her former patient and lover.


This episode set the bar even higher. I am glad that the actors have finally warmed up and show how convincing their performances can actually be. No more shallowness, no fooling around, we finally get to the bottom of things. It is getting serious, and we are loving it. This was a good episode.

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