2. Is this is for Maggie and Gary?
Maggie and Gary have split up. She needs to figure out who she is without cancer. I respect that, and Gary should have too. It’s true that she’s been this woman with cancer and she got straight into a relationship when she thought she might die.
Is this going to be it for the two of them? I doubt it. The two are great together and clearly love one another. However, Maggie needs to figure out what she wants now that she’s in remission again. There’s also aways going to be that part of her that fears the cancer will return.
1. How long will it take for Rome and Regina to adopt?
After telling Rome that she didn’t want children, she realized how she can help. While she doesn’t want biological children, she wants to adopt. And I love that Rome is so on board with this.
For Rome, it’s not about biological children. He wants a family and he knows that families aren’t all connected by blood. He’s helped PJ in ways that PJ’s parents couldn’t. And he’s a great uncle to the kids. Adopting is a great decision for the two.
Now how long will it take for this to happen? There will be a lot of paperwork to fill out and checks to go through. This isn’t going to be as simple as walking into an adoption agency and coming out with a child. They’re also going to have to decide on the age of the child they want to adopt.
So, I reckon we’ll see a lot more of this in the coming episodes, likely with them fostering first.
What questions do you have for A Million Little Things after that fall finale? What do you hope to see in the next episodes? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
A Million Little Things returns on Jan. 23 at the new time of 10/9c.