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Alex and Big Al marry; on their wedding night he is arrested for tax evasion. Georgie and John reunite after realizing they cannot control what happens to Trevor. Reed returns for a visit and gives birth to Halsey. Trevor finally returns from the streets when Winnetka is hit by a tornado, and Falconer and Teddy marry on a plane that is caught in the storm. Falconer is killed.

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His murder was ordered by a criminal he was about to testify against in court. Georgie begins seeing a new therapist, Dr. Caspian Daniel Gerroll , who manipulates her into believing she had been molested by her father. Frankie inherits a boxer, Lucky John Wesley Shipp , from a former client, and eventually begins a relationship with him.

A viewer with terminal cancer asks Alex to take care of her daughter, Roxie Kathryn Zaremba ; Alex wants to adopt the little girl, but her father returns and they move away together. Unable to cope with Falconer's death, Teddy relapses with alcohol. Big Al is released from prison early and runs for mayor. Teddy shows up drunk to his election night victory party and hits Evan on his bicycle with her car; she leaves to enter rehab.

Truman gives Alex a videotaped message asking her to help him end his life once his Alzheimer's has advanced. Caspian and Georgie begin an affair during her therapy sessions; Georgie leaves John, believing Dr. Caspian loves her, but Dr. Caspian ignores her and claims she has misinterpreted their "work" together. Georgie realizes she has been manipulated, but has no evidence to get the psychological board to revoke his license. Charley begins therapy with Dr.

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  • Caspian and eventually manages to record him behaving inappropriately toward her during their sessions. Frankie accidentally creates Cowlotta, a large pink cow character that children love, and is asked to move to Japan to manage the character. Alex helps Truman end his life; she is arrested, but avoids prison when a terminally ill judge recuses himself from her case. Teddy has an affair with Daniel Albright Gregory Harrison , the man who had Falconer killed, in an attempt to gather evidence that will send him to jail. With Lucky's help, she succeeds and Albright is arrested.

    Alex and Norma run a pledge drive for the local PBS station and are asked to create a new version of Alex's talk show. Bea is depressed following Truman's death; Charley offers her a job working as a receptionist in her free clinic. Teddy meets Jack Chambers Philip Casnoff , the man who received Falconer's transplanted heart, and strikes up a brief relationship with him. Now divorced from John, Georgie goes to graduate school in psychology. She begins a relationship with Brian Joe Flanigan , a year-old student in her classes who was very standoffish to her at first.

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    Later, Teddy is accidentally shot in the head with the gun she bought for protection. She falls into a coma, but Alex convinces brilliant neurosurgeon Dr. Gabriel Sorenson Stephen Collins to operate and save her life.

    Teddy eventually begins a relationship with Sorenson, and Cat decides to enter the police academy. Charley now played by Sheila Kelley becomes a foster parent to Jesse Sean Nelson , the son of a woman who died at her free clinic.

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    She also begins dating her colleague Dr. Wes Hayes Michael Whaley , though he is initially resistant to an interracial relationship. Reed now played by Noelle Parker returns to town after divorcing Kirby and losing custody of her daughter Halsey, and ends up running a high-priced call-girl ring. Alex turns crucial evidence over to the police and Reed is sentenced to community service.

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    Teddy and Gabe decide to marry, but their wedding is interrupted when a heart donor is found for Big Al; Teddy and Gabe finally marry at the hospital just before Big Al is taken into surgery. Charley decides to adopt Jesse, and plans to quickly marry Wes because two parents make a more appealing adoptive family; however, Charley eventually realizes Jesse should instead be adopted by the family that had already adopted his brother. Charley and Wes marry anyway. Alex's talk show is canceled again and she decides to take an extended trip to help flooding victims in Tennessee.

    In the final episode, Georgie's college thesis about her sisters deeply angers Alex and Charley, though Teddy finds it amusing. The sisters must put aside their differences when Beatrice has a major stroke. Frankie returns from Japan just before Beatrice dies and clashes with Charley; later, however, she announces she wants to move back home to Winnetka. Georgie sees John at Bea's memorial service and realizes she misses him; shortly afterward, she breaks up with Brian.

    The sisters scatter their mother's ashes on the rosebushes she named after them. Teddy announces she is pregnant with a daughter, who she plans to name Beatrice Rose. Georgie and John discuss reconciling and share an embrace. Finally, Alex assumes the role of family matriarch. On June 2, , it was announced that Shout!

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    Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. But "Black Mirror" usually has more novel things to say. Season 5, Episode 2: "Smithereens" Topher Grace's lovely performance as a tech guru who hates beeps, bloops and push notifications as much as you do saves this from being a pretty run-of-the-mill hostage drama. But it is a "Black Mirror" episode that could happen right now, in the present day, and we always like when the show pulls that off. Season 2, Episode 2: "White Bear" Sure, this one's scary, but it's just scary. There's some "Purge"-quality social commentary here, and that's nice.

    But "Black Mirror" is usually smarter. Season 3, Episode 2: "Playtest" This episode relies too much on typical scares to be among our favorites. The sudden turn into real-life horror is more affecting than the haunted house scenes. This time the victim is pop star Ashley Miley Cyrus! We like her , who ends up inside a robot toy owned by one of her adoring fans. A caper to reunite mind and body ensues, making this one of the funniest episodes of "Black Mirror.

    Season 2, Episode 1: "Be Right Back" We recommend this episode, and all the ones that follow, with zero reservations. Season 4, Episode 2: "Arkangel" This episode has the best setup of any "Black Mirror," and seems poised to launch a savage critique of over-parenting. But it doesn't escalate as much as we expected it to, and can't quite live up to its brilliant concept. We think about this episode every time we ride an exercise bike, which probably isn't often enough.

    Season 1, Episode 1: "National Anthem" This mean little story feels all the meaner because it's so easy to imagine it happening in real life. It's a perfect first episode, because there's no better test of whether "Black Mirror" is for you. Letitia Wright and Douglas Hodge counter the ugliness with some beautiful acting. Just asking. A frosty blonde antihero Andrea Riseborough tries to outsmart a relentless insurance adjuster.

    A rodent gets involved. Sentiment-free, it's the most "Black Mirror" episode of "Black Mirror.