“Through a Glass, Darkly.” Good, not great. The performances are great, but some plot points I’ve got some problems with because they aren’t as developed as well as they could have been, in my opinion. Let’s jump right in.
So, your book is on the shelves, but what happens when the sales aren’t coming in as fast as you’d like? Is it necessary to make love face to face to prove that you care for someone? And how annoying is it when your friend keeps quoting Dale Carnegie?
As Bill and Virginia try to find new ways to market their books, they have a run-in with an old friend while Tessa continues to struggle, Libby takes a stand, and Barton grapples with his identity and honesty. Welcome to “Under Influence.”