Just when I think the lies can't get any bigger, Ringer goes and proves me wrong.
"P.S. You're an Idiot" sends the morons on the run, spins new lies on top of the plethora already told and proves that the thief isn't always who you think it will be.
Who's your Daddy? So Siobhan's having twins and they're not Henry's. Siobhan certainly knows how to twist the men in her life around her finger. Can you believe there was a moment when she was on the phone with Henry that I actually thought she might tell him the truth? What the heck was I thinking?!?
And where is Tyler in all of this? You know, the third supposed baby daddy. He's seemingly missing in action this week but I guess even Siobhan might have trouble stringing along three possible fathers to be. Perhaps she needed a bit of a break.
Will You Marry Me... again? Andrew proposes to Bridget and wants to renew their vows, which gives us flashbacks to their first wedding night. I mean the real one, with Siobhan. Unfortunately the happy couple doesn't look so happy. Siobhan never told Andrew about her deceased son. That's so damn sad.
To make things worse, Andrew knew she was keeping secrets and married her anyway. These two were destined to fail. At least until Bridget stepped in.
Bridget can't wait to marry Andrew. There's only one small problem. She wants to tell him the truth. Yeah, somehow I don't see that going over really well.
Mother from Hell. Catherine is unbelievable. Just when I think she can't get any worse, too. She's using Juliet to con Andrew out of millions. Then, she's using her daughter to steal millions from her lover, Mr. Carpenter, who is a complete idiot. I couldn't believe it when he left the suitcase full of cash on the bed and went to take a shower. He really did deserve to get taken.
Now Carpenter's on the run, Juliet is guilt ridden, Tessa's still in a coma and the woman who put her there has millions. Catherine is so maliciously manipulative it's scary.
Malcolm's mystery tour. Malcolm dogs Olivia to the point of getting himself fired but that doesn't stop him from following her to a hole in the wall accounting firm out in Hempstead. Given Olivia's aggressiveness in going after Henry's father-in-law's account, I honestly thought the ponzi scheme was her brainchild.
But charming, handsome, loving Andrew confesses that it's his scheme, not Olivia's. Okay. Who saw that coming? Has Siobhan been right about him all along? And who keeps texting Olivia with inside information?
The big question now is, as the pyramid starts to fall: Who will jump free and who will get crushed by the rubble?
C. Orlando is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.Tags: Ringer, Reviews