Things at SPRQPoint are totally out of whack, while Zoey’s dramas interfere with everything around her and that’s the best in Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, next to Mo. The evolution of the series remains sensational, and I love the musical choices.
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At SPRQPoint it is important to continue launching the new product, but Zoey and Joan lost someone very important to the team and Max only found himself valued when they needed his code, and Ava is reinforcing interest in improving not only the team, but their products.
Ava attacks and keeps Max on her team, but with Zoey saying that Joan can’t be with Leif, which ends up causing them to argue and he decides to change the 4th floor to the 6th, going with Max to Ava’s team. it was great to see Lauram Graham and Renée Goldsberry singing “The Boy is Mine“.
Zoey is also stressed and argued with Simon, which forced Mo to interfere and make them extrapolate that feeling. Unfortunately the boy only focuses on losses and she keeps hearing him moan, but she herself needs to focus on Mitch who is getting worse, and seeing him like that gets her to fight with Howie, but because of problems with herself .
All decisions are important and Zoey has taken some that has only driven some people away. In the family she sees her father getting worse, while he is very much in love with Maggie, Mitch knows he is heading for something worse, and his daughter is suffering.
Her relationship with Max worsens more and more, as he feels used by SPRQPoint, while she doesn’t seem to do much to have him, which makes everything worse. But at the same time, it’s cool to see Max imposing himself a little more to be noticed and I wanted him to try harder for Zoey too, while we know that he has always done a lot.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist still very good to follow and I already want to know how this first journey will end, especially with Zoey growing so much.