It’s an odd episode when the one character I’m most sympathetic to is Angie.
There is no way that Kevin should still be married to her. It was crazy enough that they spontaneously got married so Dino wouldn’t kill Kevin, but now that they’re back in Genoa City, it’s unbelievable that Kevin wouldn’t tell the police and Michael and Katherine and everyone what he knows about Angelo. For him to bite his tongue and just give up and stay with Angie is beyond ridiculous.
But instead of feeling sorry for him, I actually feel sorry for Angie now, a little bit. Kevvie treats her like dirt, Angelo pushes her around, and she’s trying to make the best of it.
Also don’t feel sorry for Chloe, although it was funny that Daniel would go buy marshmallows and a Nerf gun to shoot at the magazines with Angie and Kevvie on the covers. I’m glad they’re letting Chloe see how clueless Daniel is about Eden, and that Eden is hung up on him. Because it’s so obvious.
It’s rather creepy that Eden is going to let Ricky move in with her, and now I’m a little worried for her.
In other news, while it would normally be kinda cute and a little funny that no one is leaving the newlyweds alone to… reconnect, it was creepy and awkward. And yay, Jill and Ashley give Cane a real job so he doesn’t have to be a bartender at Jimmy’s anymore.
Normally I have nothing but complimentary things to say about Ashley, but the long, parted-down-the-middle hair is not a flattering look for her. And the dry, dark red lipstick looked awful. She can look absolutely stunning, but today was not one of those days.
And finally a tiny bit of give in Devon towards Tucker. Maybe Tucker will realize that as he softens a bit and learns to forgive Katherine, perhaps that karma will come back to him with Devon.
All in all, an unremarkable episode.