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Jennyâ€™s Choice #1
The Unicorn is one of those shows that I forget between episodes just how much I adore it. I donâ€™t know why. It happens occasionally with different shows. Usually one a season. Like, you can ask me midweek if I like it, and Iâ€™ll say, â€œOh, itâ€™s cute and funny and sweet.â€ But ask me right after, and I just gush about it. Well, consider me gushing. The cast on this show is brilliant. Walton Goggins is such a great fit here, but his friends really just work. And last week, when Wade realized his daughter Grace got the lead in the school musical simply because the teacher wanted her to feel better after her motherâ€™s passing, it was so sweet watching him talk to Grace about it and tell her she could quit but then be so proud and nervous for her when she didnâ€™t. She proved that she could do it and do it well, and I swear, that Seymour song was stuck in my head for DAYS. My other favorite part of that episode was Natalie trying to sneak more juice boxes than she was allowed and Wade using his parental vision to shut her down. As a parent myself, that just cracked me up. And of course, there was Michelle and Ben practically forcing Forrest and Delia to â€œvolunteerâ€ for the first time ever by signing them up to work the snack bar at the girlsâ€™ soccer games. Delia just went spastic as a pediatrician, having to give kids all that sugar and processed food. She even went so far as to go to Whole Foods and bring backâ€¦snacks like kale chips. Gag. LOL
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œThree Men Out,â€ when Wade visits a local hot spot to meet people instead of using his dating app, Forrest and Ben decide to be his “wing men.â€
See how it goes with Wadeâ€™s â€œwing menâ€ tonight on CBS at 8:31/7:31c.
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