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Push Comes to Shove 

Nathan invites Madeline and Ed to a couples' dinner to discuss Abigail, while in light of further evidence of bullying, Ms. Barnes suggests Ziggy be medically evaluated.

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Nathan Carlson
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Gordon Klein (credit only)
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Renata Klein
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Joseph Bachman
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Harper Stimson
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Nathan invites Madeline and Ed to discuss a "parenting paradigm" for Abigail; Ms. Barnes suggests Ziggy be medically evaluated in light of further evidence of classroom bullying; Madeline is confronted by a skeleton from her past, with her internet sleuthing revealing a key player from Jane's past.

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12 March 2017 (USA)  »

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Everyone's a Little Bit Racist
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Performed by Big Little Lies Cast
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It just keeps on getting better
16 September 2017 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I just cannot sleep until I finish this work of art and dexterity."Big Little Lies" is so fine a show that you don't want it to end, its that great and this episode justifies that.

We learn more about the ladies's past and their ability to hide it shrewdly.Nicole Kidman literally gets into her character Celeste and so does a surprising Alexander Skarsgård as her husband.There is more light thrown into romances of the past while a dark, dirty future is being ominously hinted at.

The show has literally brought forward some very sensitive issues and that too with a realistic brilliance-why ladies endure domestic violence, suppress their own dreams for their families and would do anything for the safety of their children. Emotional, disturbing, touching and tensed- this is a series you don't want to miss.


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