Grownish Season 2 Episode 18 Mini Recap + Discussion

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Hey y’all, the twitter fam was having a ball with this episode. There was a lot to take in tonight and we definitely need an hour in the future.

Last week, I made a mini-recap of my thoughts before posting the full recap and it seemed to go pretty well, so I’ll be doing the same thing again this week. A full recap will be up on Saturday.

Tonight’s episode was all about relationships and situationships. This time, the girls were each addressing their problems.

Zoey had to deal with always letting Luca take over. Nomi had to address the fact that Paige was keeping her a secret. And Ana, well Ana had to address whatever this thing she had going on with Aaron was.

Nomi finally broke things off with her professor and I’m so thankful that’s over. It was only hurting homegirl. She was also making some sense tonight and Zoey ended up making her own decisions, too.

Aaron left the tailgate so quick after Ana whispered in his ear. He didn’t know that wasn’t the only thing she’d be saying. She was so drunk that she started spilling facts, saying that Aaron doesn’t want a relationship with Ana but he wanted one with Zoey. Where is the lie?

Here’s what I have to say:

It’s about time Nomi left Professor Hewson. That lady was creepy, manipulative, and the exact opposite of a good partner. She’s a predator to say the least.

Zoey and Luca may not last much longer, at this point. It’s something I’ve been saying since Day 1 of Season 2. I don’t think they’re good together or really vibe right with each other. Just because Luca isn’t right for her, doesn’t mean she should go back to Aaron, though.

Aaron is a whole mess and y’all better stop saying they’re like Dwayne and Whitley from A Different World. Aaron is no Dwayne Wayne.

When Jazz talked about how her and Doug couldn’t do a situationship, I was pretty confused. I thought they had no label. Are they dating again?

Also, I missed Doug and Vivek tonight but I’m sure they’re off bonding somewhere after last week’s experience.

What are your thoughts?

How did you feel about this week’s episode?

What do you think of Zoey and Luca?

How do you think Ana will handle the aftermath?

What are Jazz and Doug?

Where do you think Vivek and Doug were?

Do you think Aaron still has feelings for Zoey?

Let me know in the comments, let’s chat!

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3 thoughts on “Grownish Season 2 Episode 18 Mini Recap + Discussion

  1. Lol Jazz and Doug are definitely something else right now. I kept seeing people on Twitter comparing Aaron to Dwayne and Zoey to Whitley and I was not here for it either. I don’t get it.

    I want the best for Vivek, he’s one of my faves even though he barely gets screen time. I’m also hoping Ana heals from this and is stronger afterward, she deserves better

    Thanks for commenting 😁

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  2. 1.) Yeah. That relationship with Nomi was weird. It felt wrong. I thought it was a good episode. I really actually had to learn myself that sometimes you just gotta go by yourself. You gotta be you and do you by yourself sometimes. That’s okay, though. You be you and do you and if someone wants to tag along with no problem then cool.
    2.) ^^^
    3.) It does kind of feel like they won’t last long. Zoey should definitely not be with Aaron. That’s just a no. And Aaron is NO Dwayne Wayne. I can’t believe someone would have the audacity to say something like that. Dwayne was everything! He wanted to be tied to Whitley and he let her know what was up and how he felt. That makes my skin crawl that they would compare the two.
    4.) I think Ana needs to find someone who is actually into her. She needs to forget about Aaron ’cause he’s not that great anyway. She needs someone who will treat her like a queen.
    5.) Tripping
    6.) I hope Vivek is okay. I really like him. I hope he finds someone who will be there for him. People just keep disowning him.
    7.) It’s apparent. Which is dumb.

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