Cancer strikes back, on last night's episode. The current turn the series is having nowadays, helps in bringing high quality entertainment to our screens every Monday night. April's a successful professional & a cancer survivor, she deserves a happy ending. What this episode taught me is that we have to live the moment, appreciate every second we get with our loved ones. April's journey is not about waiting for her to die, in contrast, it's about embracing who she is & her life's path.
April had to face the consequence of her actions that led to the controversy about the recognised baseball league player, she knew that what she saw was the absolute truth. That's why she stand by her article & gave it full support, at the point where her position at the newspaper was at risk. Our strong protagonist had to make a move, as a result she gave an exclusive interview to a prime network, it all resulted on her favour, because her honour was reinstituted.
The granny was very mysterious after the return from her high school reunion, for a moment I believed she really had Alzheimer, but then the truth was revealed, Emma was having fun for the very first time in years, she found love again & decided not to wait for death like her high school friends. The actress was fantastic as always, her performance was convincing & I felt inspired by her words, it was a YOLO wake-up call in proper words.
Sara Carver, on the other hand, accepted her new romantic situation & tried to have an open mind about going out with his colleague. Beth's new job was hard at first, but it became easy with the help of Brenna & Greer, there were struggles, on the contrary, she accomplished her tasks wit success & got a promotion to first-assistant.
After a talk with April, Brenna decided to do what's best for Greer; give her support & a shoulder to lean on as a friend.
At the very end, it seems that cancer is back to get April, since her noose was bleeding intensely, she runs into Dominic & tells him, they hug & hope for the best.
The verdict from 'Model Behavior' reflects the impact it had on me as a viewer, as well as plot-related issues.