October 15, 2015 - Finding Carter
Well, we found Carter. We mislaid Carter. We found Carter again. And now, we’re finding/meeting Carter’s newest brother, Ben. (To be fair, he’s also Taylor’s brother.) And if we suspicion that gripping secrets was patrimonial … well, you’re right. Because this hour reintroduced us to a tangled web of patrimonial relations that we adore so much. (And this time, one of a family members wears a beanie.)
The second half of deteriorate 2 picks adult right where we left off: during a courthouse. After Ben’s large exhibit — that Lori is his mom and David is his father — Lori was found not guilty on sovereign abduction charges and released. (Because holding your daughter during gunpoint is so not kidnapping.)
Meanwhile, Carter will stay in a control of a Wilson family. As for Ben? Well, he’s going with Lori. But deliberation that Lori is staying in town, that’s not observant much.
With a concentration of this deteriorate being “the teenage world,” we’re going to mangle things down between a teen and adult realms.
The Teenage World
From a courtroom to a classroom, we conduct true to high school, where Taylor learns that Damon has surpassed her as series 1 in their category — we can suppose her greeting — and Carter is desperately perplexing to bond with Ben on a kin level.
Ben, however, is some-more meddlesome in joining with Bird on a accurate conflicting of a kin turn … until he needs a float home from school. Then he decides he has time for Carter.
And evidence a backstory: Ben’s encourage caring knowledge consisted of vital with 5 families over a march of 13 years before vital in a organisation home. And it messed him adult only adequate for him to ask Carter to lift a automobile over while he goes and steals from some stranger. What’s he stealing? Well, Carter thinks it’s unwashed washing — yes, since all people keep washing in a strew in their backyard — though really, it’s stolen credit cards, a feign ID, and $10,000 in cash. Last year, Crash got Carter into trouble, and now it’s looking like Ben will.
Speaking of Crash, he only got behind to city and is not happy when Carter’s late to accommodate him during Bird’s party, mostly since he knows what only went down with Ben. All of this naturally leads to a painfully ungainly initial meeting, in that Crash is all “not cool” to Ben, and Ben walks away. Aren’t teenage boys fun?
Elsewhere during a party, Gabe is spending all of his income on intelligent watches and cars as he drinks his sorrows divided while Taylor gets her initial communication with her brother. Of course, she offers him recommendation on that classes to take.
After Ben, Carter, and Bird leave a celebration behind, Taylor gets wrapped adult in a celebration foe with Damon — a foe that formula in a quarrel between Taylor and Gabe and a passed-out Damon. Thankfully, Taylor and Gabe fast reconcile. And yes, he recognizes that he’s spiraling in a arise of his father’s death.
NEXT: The adults are adulting