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Whether you were expecting it or not, the finale of NBC’s crime drama “Good Girls” has arrived. Because of an unexpected cancellation, the final episode of Season 4, “Nevada,” also acts as the series finale. While the episode ends with the possibility of a continuation of the story, it also provides some clarity and perspective on the travels of Beth Boland (Christina Hendricks), Ruby Hill (Retta), and Annie Marks (Mae Whitman).
The last episode begins with Beth winning her city council election and immediately going to work releasing incriminating evidence that implicates Rio’s (Manny Montana) cousin and fellow councilmember Nick (Ignacio Serricchio) in illicit operations. However, as has been the case throughout Beth and the company’s adventure into the criminal underworld, the walls are always closing in on them. Despite Beth’s two successes, they are nothing more than a piece of Scotch tape covering a widening fissure in a dam.
Because of their collaboration with horrific pyramid scheme mastermind Vance, Beth’s husband Dean (Matthew Lillard) and Ruby’s husband Stan (Reno Wilson) have found themselves in a parallel struggle (Breckin Meyer). Seeing no way out of their various sticky situations, everyone appears to be agreeing on the idea of leveraging a recent influx of cash to relocate their lives and start over in Nevada. Also, you will find out which Good Girls character are you in this quiz.
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But before that fantasy can come true, Beth receives a surprise visit from gun-for-hire Mick (Carlos Aviles). He shoots her and drops the rifle next to her body after informing her she is about to face “consequences.” That sets up the unexpected conclusion to “Good Girls.”
The answers to all of these questions can be found in the Season 4 premiere, not in either part of the series finale. Annie had an emotional vehicle chat with Mick in the first episode of Season 4, which aired in early March, telling him that Beth is “a genuinely excellent mom” and “it really shouldn’t be her prints on that pistol.”
Although she didn’t say it explicitly in that scene, the inference was that Annie wanted Mick to remove her prints and place them on the gun that killed Lucy, so that Annie, rather than Beth, would go to jail if Rio turned the gun into the authorities.
To Good Girls’ credit, the finale didn’t ruin the twist of the gun reappearing by showing that scene in a “Previously On” recap at the beginning of either hour, but it also meant that many viewers could be left wondering why Annie, rather than Beth, was in jeopardy by the end.
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As a result, the finale concluded with Beth triumphant, Ruby seemingly opting to support Beth over joining her family in Nevada, and Annie being imprisoned. Annie’s conclusion was the one that made the least sense to me the first time I saw it, so I’m delighted there are more dots to connect. Of course, I’m sure there were plenty of Good Girls fans who realized what had happened right away. Regardless of whether we knew why Annie was arrested right immediately, I think many of us can agree on one thing: it’s a tragedy that Good Girls was canceled, especially because it’s unlikely to return.
You can always go back in time with Good Girls by watching the first three seasons on Netflix, and the final few episodes of Season 4 will be available on Hulu. If you’re looking for new shows to watch this summer, take a look at our 2021 summer TV launch calendar.