Life & Beth
A trip down memory lane is a strong source of trauma, comedy and moving forward.
Beth begs off work and meets her friends at Maya’s new fancy spa gig in Manhattan. She revisits her first love. Later that night, Beth and John meet for a highly anticipated date that takes a surprise turn.
Beth, John, and friends visit New Orleans. Beth meets an old friend of John’s who deepens their appreciation for the city and one another. Her friends start down some dark paths they didn’t foresee.
Nothing Can Get Me Down
Beth, John, and their friends wake up from a raucous night in NOLA and spend the day trying to recover. After meeting LaVar and Denisha’s son, Beth has a realization about John that will forever change them.
This Soup Is Gonna Be Good
Beth and John look for a therapist that can help them with the communication problems that are cropping up in their relationship. We visit younger John and put some missing pieces together.
Matt leans on Beth when something from his past catches up with him and makes him reevaluate his life.
Beth accompanies her true-crime-lover sister, Ann, to the Dupree Murder House. During the reenactment, the sisters reveal too much about themselves to one another and the other guests. Beth lets down Maya in an possibly unforgivable way.
That's What Friends Are For
After life gets in the way, Beth realizes she hasn’t spent much time with her friends. She plans a get together for Maya, Jen, and Jess at the vineyard and the women realize they’ve missed a lot in their months of separation.
John takes it upon himself to remodel the house, making a construction site of their home. Beth feels more and more isolated both by the mess and by John’s complete absorption into his various projects.
Beth is there for Jess in a time of need. Reflecting on her past, Beth realizes what she needs from John in order to feel safe again.
Road to Nowhere
Beth and John return home from a trip upstate and attend Jen’s surprise birthday party, which turns out to be more surprising than expected. Beth reaches out to Ann during what may be the most pivotal time in Beth’s life.