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Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce Preview: “Rule #101: Know When it’s Time to Move On” 

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

WARNING: GG2D Spoilers

Okay, this is it. The season finale for Bravo’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce airs tonight. How did we get here so quickly? Thankfully, this show will be back for a second season.

Abby and Jake were thisclose to kissing at the end of last week’s episode. Phoebe broke up with Marco after her modeling past came back to haunt her in the form of a famed photographer she used to work with when she was young. Delia’s quest for partnership hit a major snag when Gordon Beech decided to take his business elsewhere. In the end, he decided not to sabotage her career and made a big romantic gesture designed to get her back. And Jo’s daughter, Zoey, found herself in trouble for shoplifting. Emotions were at an all-time high. And now it’s time to see how the characters react — will they stay strong while all this drama is going on?

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

Synopsis for”Rule #101: Know When it’s Time to Move On”: As Abby (Lisa Edelstein) gets ready to sign the divorce papers, Jo (Alanna Ubach) insists upon throwing Abby a divorce party and Will (Warren Christie) wants to celebrate by taking her to Mexico. However, Jake wants to commemorate the dissolution of his marriage from Abby in a most unexpected way. The truth about Phoebe (Beau Garrett) and Kori’s (Suki Kaiser) past is revealed.

Teases/Thoughts

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

-Both Jake and Abby’s careers are on the rise.

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

-Jake and Abby deal with what could be considered a very amicable divorce. There were some fraught moments along the way, but for the most part, everything went relatively smoothly. Now it’s time to sign on the dotted line. A sneak peek:

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

-Jo throws Abby a divorce party whether Abby wants her to or not. It turns out to be a very cathartic experience.

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1
Photo Credit: Eike Schroter/Bravo

-Expect to learn more about Phoebe’s past with that famous photographer. Things come to a head between them in this episode. A sneak peek:

-Delia’s worst fears may be realized. She learns about her fate at the law firm. And we learn a little bit more about what makes her tick when it comes to relationships.

-Jo and Zoey have to deal with the shoplifting situation. Things get very emotional when Zoey wants something Jo’s not willing to let her have.

-Max and Ford are back in this episode. Their relationship continues to feel cold and distant.

The Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce season one finale airs tonight at 10/9c on Bravo. Leading up to the finale, viewers can catch up on GG2D with a marathon airing today from 6am – 3pm ET/PT.

Fun Fact: GG2D creator Marti Noxon’s sister-in-law is Jenji Kohan, the creator of the hit Netflix series, Orange is the New Black. Hence, the theme for last week’s crazy school fundraiser. She talks about it here:

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Photo Credit for Images: Eike Schroter/Bravo and Paul Drinkwater/Bravo

 Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce - Season 1

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2 Comments

  1. Heather M

    I was disappointed at the end there, especially with the “Gotcha” that Jake received. Why do so many shows *still* fall back on that?

    I don’t agree with Abbie’s choice, and it feels like a cheat for what the whole season was about.

    PS – I’m pretty familiar with Vancouver and I’m thinking they did that pickup jogging shot back in LA, or they CGI’d in the palm trees. 😉

  2. darci

    I really loved the interactions between Abby and Jake in this episode – they did such a great job of portraying a broken marriage realistically with the mix of disfunction, but a deep understanding of each other and little glimpses of hope that they can reconcile that comes with that. Really a great job by all involved – the acting and the writing were both spectacular.

    One other thing, I loved that they used “Well, OK Honey” by Jenny O. during that scene at Lane Cafe when Abby is telling Lilly about the bidding war – I thought it was a great fit for that scene.

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