Like Why Women Kill promises to be a series of mystery and murder and ends up delivering us such a delightful drama to watch. Love, affection, fears and traumas, everything is exposed in order to involve us and try to go beyond the obvious, and this is sensational!
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I think the most complicated point in Beth Ann’s plot was not even above her relationship with April, for me the worst was her fight with Sheila. The neighbor, of course, got in too much, but she was a friend all the time, and Beth didn’t see that she was warning him of this bizarre relationship with April, only she preferred to attack.
Beth Ann invented cancer in order not to lose her husband and ended up making the situation worse, as it gave him freedom to stay with his lover in 6 months, as he hopes to lie about the cure, only he gave hope to the blonde.
I just want to see Rob’s reactions to the truth …
Simone and Karl are now fully in tune, and I even thought that their problems would grow too much, but it became pure commotion. Karl is sick and then he starts talking about the HIV / AIDS epidemic that happened in the early 1980s.
Simone’s dialogue about not worrying about himself at the moment, but about the possibility of him dying, is what really leaves us intrigued by the scene. The friendship between the two had already been very well established, but here he takes a step forward and hugs us, really moving in their conversation.
Simone’s fear ends up happening, as Naomi discovers that her friend is sleeping with her son after seeing the tattoo he got on his thigh, as he got dumped, since Simone will not abandon Karl in such a difficult time, and he ends up getting into in a car accident.
Taylor didn’t anticipate that Jade could be crazy and ultimately turned Eli over to her. The question remains of what she would do if it were the other way around, if Eli hadn’t earned the millions from selling the script, I think Taylor would suffer.
Afraid of what Jade can do, Taylor went after his ex and starts to discover things about his ex-lover and finds out too much, only that Eli won’t have time to know the truth, as Jade blocks his device.
Jade grew her eyes and has already started to win a car and now takes possession of the mansion … She has everything she ever wanted and wants even more.
Why Women Kill this week was dominated by the affectionate moment between Simone and Karl, and the merit of some tears that flowed is all from the duo Lucy Liu and Jake Davenport.