At the beginning of “9-1-1, What’s Your Grievance?”, someone calls9-1-1 complaining about her neighbors. May instantly recognizes this is not an emergency. She was very impressive here. The call takes an unexpected twist with a gun shot. Someone killed Delia!
This case was crazy. All of Delia’s neighbors were mad because she called 9-1-1 over and over again just to complain about them. Athena and Rick think Rita, aka Jeanine, who killed Rita. This was the obvious choice since she lied about her identity. And bigamy. But it wasn’t her who killed Delia. While calling 9-1-1, Delia decided to take things into her own hands. But the dog scared her, she tripped, and accidentally shot herself. We didn’t see that one coming.
The next call was more serious. Stanley called in a bomb, but the police can’t find it. May does some searching through Stanley’s social media and figures out where the bomb is. Luckily, Chimney knocked Stanley out before he killed anyone. We’re glad no one was hurt, and we’re so proud of May! Not only did she discover the location of the bomb and save multiple lives, she finished her 9-1-1 training and can answer calls on her own. We think Athena may even approve.
Finally, Buck’s family and the secret. Last week we learned that Maddie was keeping something from Buck, and she did tell Chimney. The problem is Chim cannot keep a secret! He acted weird the entire episode, and he even told Stanley about it because he had to talk about it. But it turned out not to matter that Chim can’t keep a secret because Buck found out by looking at a picture in Maddie’s baby box.
Maddie and Buck have a brother who died. How did he die? Why did Maddie and Buck’s parents keep this a secret from him? Why did they not think Buck should know about his brother? Will Buck forgive Maddie? We have so many questions. And we’re really concerned about Buck now.
- How funny were Buck and Eddie at the crime scene? We loved seeing them play detective and trying to solve the case.
- Maddie and Buck’s parents are pretty awful. We definitely understand why Maddie and Buck have so many issues.
“You know about Marshall?” “We thought your other husband’s name was Jerome.” “Oh. Damn it. Now you know about him, too.”
“I can explain everything.” “Found a gun in the kitchen.” “That one might be a little harder to explain.”
“Okay, Cagney and Lacey. I think your work here is done.”