A desperate Bridget pleads to have her secret kept, but an unhinged Gemma comes to the conclusion that one bad deed deserves...an indecent proposal. And faster than you can say "psychotic break", the game has changed - with a truly shocking twist. Welcome back to your weekly guide to telling Bridget and Siobhan apart!
As of this moment, Ringer has officially gone off the rails in the most fantastic way possible. Though teasing the upcoming drama at the end of last week's episode, they just keep...going...further. Couplesaurus seems faced with certain doom, but Guh-emma is more than willing to take Bridget - nearly pushed to breaking her sobriety - down with them. Juliet returns (!) an even bigger strung-out mess than before (!!), and Malcolm's still straight trippin' in Wyoming. Finally, SMG takes a breather in this 100% Siobhan-free episode:
You're positively Bridget if...
- You're concerned with everything about your fake stepdaughter, except for the fact that she seems to have rapidly aged to 35 while in Miami
- After weeks of nearly being caught, you still keep the gun you used to murder someone in a see-through closet
- People mistake your melancholy glare for "sparkle"
- You offer to be best friends with someone after they try to blackmail you into sleeping with their husband
You're certainly Siobhan if...
- You're too busy vomiting offscreen in Paris to make an appearance
Juliet's hard-partying ways are revealed to be a result of her dad hooking up with Siobhan before he divorced her mother. Bridget calls a girl-truce and apologizes for Siobhan's "crappy" behavior, while Andrew decides that public school will be just the thing to fix his daughter's drug problem. Speaking of drugs, Malcolm's still being held by Bodaway/shot up with hallucinogens - and Bridget meets a new sponsor, Charlie. Neither of these guys are very interesting.
Guh-emma tries understanding on for size, quickly realizing it doesn't come in Women's Big & Tall and reverting back to her signature raving banshee style. But when Henry learns of her scheme to invoke the fidelity clause in their pre-nup (thereby leaving him a penniless failure without custody of their invisible children), the story takes a dark turn. Has constant guest star Guh-emma been crazy murdered? Blood-splattered walls suggest...maybe. If he shoved the body in a steamer trunk, he and Bridget might just be soulmates after all!
Next Week on Ringer:
Henry's a psychopath...or is he?! Just kidding - he probably is.