Ray promises that he’s changed and things will be better at home and says he’s going to make things right.It looks like Bridget comes home for a while but may not stick around because she tells her dad that he isn’t able to feel anything and is not even alive inside. Bunchy Donovan (Dash Mihok) and his wife Teresa (Alyssa Diaz) are still together but Terry Donovan (Eddie Marsan) is sicker and twitchier than ever.Ray believes that the Armenians will come for him and his family – and what’s a problem right away is that daughter Bridget Donovan (Kerris Dorsey) is not in the fold.She walked away from the family last season but Ray needs her with him so he can keep her safe.
This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver includes parallel universes, scary children, poly-dramedy, independent women (who aren’t Charlie’s Angels, Destiny’s Child, or Beyoncé), and magic.Could the murders have anything to do with the girl? In the first season, suburban couple Jack (Greg Poehler) and Emma (Rachel Blanchard) sought to reinvigorate their listless marriage.They became involved with Izzy (Priscilla Faia), a grad student and escort.If you’re not familiar with the story, it’s about bullied young boy who befriends a charismatic girl when she and her unusual caretaker move into his small Vermont town.Yet around the same time, a series of strange murders begin to take place. You’ll have to tune in and find out when it’s broadcast. The TV series gives the romcom a polyamorous treatment as a threesome explore the ups and downs of their relationship in Portland, Oregon (which is deftly played by Vancouver, of course).