Ginny & Georgia Netflix New Web Series Season 1 Episode No 3 Recap And Review

Ginny & Georgia Season 1 Episode No 3 Recap 





Episode 3 of Ginny & Georgia begins with Georgia completely broken and struggling to find her ending. He threatens his lawyer over the phone, claiming he might do something he regrets.  






 Well, those finances get even more strained when Ginny shows up with big news. Ellen works as a sophomore at a school where each student has to pay $100. Seeing the box full of notes, Georgia decides to stay with and take care of Ellen, clearly intending to take some of the money for herself. At work, Paul even offers to watch Austin while Georgia falls asleep.


  The school is packed with this upcoming night as Ginny is with her big friends. Well, looks like he’s really struggling to fit in! Anyway, Maxine starts getting close to a girl there named Riley, who she likes and isn’t sure if she feels the same way during the mixed texting.

  After school, Ginny continues to work at Joe’s Cafe. Marcus shows up and things get pretty hostile between them. That evening, Ginny’s group has a chat with all her friends and they wonder if Maxie has made a move on Riley.


  Interestingly, there are some body issues here, as Abby tapes her thighs to fit into some jeans. Ginny appears with the other girls singing for the big night. Instead of ‘MAN’ they are now ‘MANG’, rocking matching tops.

  The dorm has dances, photo booths, and lots of twinkling lights. This is a great opportunity for Georgia to steal some bills from the money box.

  Ginny hands Georgia the pictures she took from the booth, and she gets emotional. Anyway, he offers to take the money box to the manager’s office when he returns to the party.

  Things take a turn for the worse for Ginny when her friends start combing her hair. Unfortunately, this causes her hair to become completely frizzy.

  In the locker room, she finds Marcus smoking weed. Ginny offers him to join their group, but he declines. Instead, they talk together where Marcus confesses that his best friend died last year. Obviously this still affects him badly and he quickly turns things around and starts cheating to take his mind off things.




Meanwhile, Abby and Nora go out with their boyfriends and start drinking, playing truth or dare. One of the dares is changing clothes, but Abby isn’t too thrilled about it, especially considering she’s taping her own thighs. Instead, it flies.

  Maxine pulls Riley aside and tells her she really likes him. He even leans forward and kisses the girl. Riley is flattered but giggles awkwardly, tells him she’s right, and goes back to her friends. This causes Max to be completely crushed. Georgia warns, and after taking more money, she heads to the principal’s office and says a few words of encouragement.

  Only these words of encouragement come from the locker room where Marcus and Ginny happen to be together. Well, Ginny introduces herself to her Mom and the two talk about fitting in with Hunter and his friends. This cuts us back to where Georgia seems to really know Joe.


  As the party continues, Austin Paul is bailed out, but the kid is in the mood to play. Although Paul eventually manages to find a common language with Austin while watching sports on TV. When Austin falls asleep, Paul notices credit cards in Austin’s name on the kitchen side and immediately expresses concern.

  The party ends and Hunter sends Ginny off. Marcus listens from a distance and is clearly upset that this love triangle is about to begin.




  Episode Review

  After complaining about Ginny’s inability to fit in, we’re cut to an episode where Ginny fits in perfectly with a large crowd of friends, has a smart, charismatic boyfriend in Hunter, and is left with everything she’s been missing.

  Of course, in typical YA fashion, there’s a love triangle on the horizon. This triangle is completed by Marcus, a mysterious neighbor with a dark past. Of course, it looks like these two will team up and cause big problems for Hunter.


  Of course, we have many sub-plans on top of that. Abby’s body issues, Maxie’s lesbian issues, Paul’s growing closer to Austin and his family, along with Georgia’s past, of course, all crammed into these 50-minute episodes. It looks like each of these will get more screen time in future episodes, but for now we’ll have to wait and see.

  There’s definitely some interesting material here, and those into teen dramas will be in their element. Right now it remains to be seen if Ginny & Georgia can spin the plates like this with so many subs. We will see.

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