NO right or wrong, but what are your thoughts on relationships between two culturally dissimilar individuals or families?
There are not too many laughs in this episode, as we go from being scared for the future of our favorite couple to learning that Daddy Mide’s health is quickly deteriorating, and then going from that to finding out that the TV license that the company has been working towards might not pan out after all. It seems as if Mide is being attacked on all sides. There’s a school of thought that continues to scream about how the longer episodes are leading to more drags. I am in the school of thought that believes that the longer episodes allows our lightweight romantic comedy to finally have heft – which is not a bad thing.
Our characters in this episode are not only dealing with more internal issues than ever before but they are also highlighting societal issues and serving as an engine of transformation amongst their viewers. This episode alone has highlighted solid thought confabulations like can you be pro-adoption and against step-parenthood? Is step-parenting necessarily a scary thing in this generation of woke millennials? And then there are all the other issues like female empowerment, religious counseling (or just counseling in general), online dating, intra-continental work tourism, the intricacies of the adoption process, cross tribal and cross religious relationships, empowerment of the domestic help, the difficulties of establishing businesses in the Nigerian terrain amongst many other things this season has brought forth. So where most see slow episodes, we see edutainment.
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