He clearly puts her first ie, the episode where she finds money in the cargo pants and urges her to use it on herself for once. A retail job is worlds away from an office job in terms of culture. Amy keeps commenting how nervous she was on her wedding day and wanted to run away while Dina upstages Cheyenne causing the photographer to repeatedly ask her to move. Amy and Jonah dodge relationship rumors. Glenn tries his best to prove to Jeff he is a tough, strict boss, while Mateo just wants Jeff to notice his hard work. Jonah works with Dina to help her write an apology letter and win back the employees she betrayed in the strike, but Dina insists she isn't sorry. America did some great subtle work in that final scene with Jonah.
I don't see why Mateo can't just tell Jeff why he broke up with him. Edited April 28, 2017 by Mrs Shibbles I was amazed at how much they must have spent on the wedding. Cheyenne and Bo's wedding arrives, but not all goes according to plan. The special episode also achieved a 3. I mean I know it's a comedy but it doesn't mean it can't use dramatic things to progress a story along lol.
Marcus cuts off his own thumb, and Amy tries to get him to the hospital while simultaneously trying to hide the incident from Jeff. He reveals to Garrett that he's been told to lay off six workers and asks him to keep it a secret. But the work environment is such that their coworkers are their extended family, at least at this particular store. So, while this is was definitely more expensive than City Hall and they definitely spent some money on this, I'm not thinking the cost is nearly what some may have been thinking. Glenn is mostly unsuccessful, but he does cheer up Amy by lending an ear and letting her vent about her recent problems with Adam.
Some great acting in that scene. I was actually a little surprised Cheyenne asked her to be a bridesmaid. A woman scribbles over Cheyenne's face on a picture of her and Bo. When a crow flies into the store, Dina, Mateo and Garrett team up to get it out. The other warehouse employees walk out in protest, so Amy and Jonah recruit some employees to help unload a grocery truck. Otherwise, it was a decent episode.
Dina is more than willing to administer the urine tests. The toasts start with Dina unsuccessfully trying to get some laughs. Remember Naomi, who looked East Indian--or maybe Pakistani? Patel Josh Malmuth April 20, 2017 2017-04-20 3. Meanwhile, Glenn invites Jeff to the wedding to try to change Jeff's mind about the upcoming layoffs. Amy wonders if Adam would have asked her to marry him.
Amy tries to encourage Cheyenne to date more mature guys, which backfires. I think I have a bit of a crush on her. Meanwhile, relationships unravel as Amy America Ferrera and Jonah Ben Feldman dodge relationship rumors. Garrett is flustered over Dina's scandalous Halloween costume, and hates himself for it. Dina is so overbearing that she ruins things for me. This is slightly off topic but since I don't think we have a discussion thread yet for the spring cleaning episode coming up, I'll throw it in here.
He goes bit too far and calls her sexy which surprises Amy. At least he's not clearly villainized like he could have been. Maybe one of them will slip somehow though? It seems to be doing consistently well. After learning he can refuse to sell a gun to any person he is suspicious of, Jonah starts refusing sales to everyone, causing a gun rights group to protest at Cloud 9. My bet is that once Amy is single Jonah may not pounce on her right away out of respect, but they'll probably start hanging out more outside of work and it'll go from there.
Then we see Jonah and Amy get closer again in Tornado, the season finale? They are also surprised that Amy is bringing her husband to the wedding given the rocky state of their marriage. Meanwhile, tensions rise between Sandra and Carol because Sandra kissed Carol's boyfriend at Cheyenne's wedding. Kristen teases him that he is worried about his work wife. Adam looks uncomfortable and upset. Isn't he past that by now? But Dina being a bridesmaid was Amy's fault.
I hope Sandra and her guy get together! I guess it depends on where you live, but if someone in Cheyenne's circumstances was getting married here, they would have an appetizer table in a rec hall or church fellowship hall. I think their relationship is actually rather likable, and I'm interested to see it go further. Amy begins to feel sick and suspects that she might be pregnant, causing her to re-evaluate her marriage to Adam. Amy and Jonah genuinely embrace their coworkers as friends, too, and spend time with them outside of work hours. To cover himself, Mateo leads Dina to believe that Sandra is romantically involved with Jeff and might be the snitch. I mean, I hate kids, but I love dads. No meal, no assigned seating, and a cash bar if any alcohol was served.