It’s a show that digs into the emotions of its characters and unearths difficult revelations and relationship growth, but even when that sometimes goes in a dark direction, it manages to find the light eventually.By the end of “The Coup,” Frankie and Grace are sitting on the beach with Babe—well, her ashes—laughing and promising to kill each other should either one ever want to end their life in the way Babe did. The impetus for both Frankie and Grace’s journeys in the finale comes from gifts left behind by Babe.The serialized structure of Grace And Frankie has been really strong this season.That Kenny Loggins line seemed like such a throwaway—just another weird, quirky detail of Frankie’s increasingly weird, quirky life. Nothing is all that random in Grace And Frankie’s universe.If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use.
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