Ophelia Harris and Dr. Kline have a heart to heart about where they are and how they got here. It’s been said that we are at the “halftime” of the Pandemic – without a halftime show – and now, is it the time to move on, sail away, or anchor to continue repairs.
Residents feel forced to stay, free to leave, and, either way, anxious about the future. Serenity Hill emerges from it’s own tragedies to find itself in a staff and ownership battle. After the Dust Settles – newness has a second childhood.
Some are preying on the residents while others are praying for them. In this episode, Dante’s Dad returns, Serenity Hill is up for sale; Bloom, Congressman Wise, and Dr. Kline all have different ideas of what’s best; and Edwina hosts a mock presidential debate.
Ophelia calls in her brother David to lead an anti-racism workshop with the residents of Serenity Hill, while Dr. Kline struggles with her wife’s health issues. Mr. Katz sees a psychic to gain clarity, although he may be even more confused than before.