Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Ending Explained

January 5, 2023 (Last updated: 3 weeks ago)
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Season 2 Episode 10 of Ginny and Georgia is the ending we all wanted, but the cliffhanger leaves more to be desired.

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3.5

Summary

Season 2 Episode 10 of Ginny and Georgia is the ending we all wanted, but the cliffhanger leaves more to be desired.


We recap the Netflix series Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 10, “I’m No Cinderella,” which will contain major spoilers and explains the ending.  

It’s been an emotional rollercoaster. Ginny and Georgia Season 2 pulled out all the stops, leaving audiences exhausted by all the drama. And what makes it even better is that Season 2 leaves on another cliffhanger, meaning we can expect more of this series. Bring it on!

Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

The Season 2 Finale of Ginny and Georgia opens with Georgia narrating how pain changes people. She doesn’t want the trauma to become routine for her children.  

At school, Maxine comforts Ginny about her breakup with Marcus. Ginny and along with her friends agree that “men are stupid.” 

Unexpectedly, Gil tries to speak to Austin at school. Austin wants nothing to do with him. Gil tells Georgia that he will make her life hell if he cannot see her on. Flashbacks show Georgia pointing a gun at Gil, but he grabs the gun off her and says, “you are stuck with me, G.” Chilling stuff!

Maxine and Sophie catch up at Joe’s restaurant. Sophie expresses that he’s missed her. She admits she was harsh on her because it was hard to see her. Sophie reveals that she and Josh broke up, and she’s hoping for friendship with Maxine. Maxine is confused and tells her that she likes someone else.  

Maxine wants to get Ginny out with her friends to help with her heartbreak. She reassures Ginny that the breakup had nothing to do with her and that Marcus has depressive episodes. She reveals that Marcus is back on medication. Ginny knew nothing about this. When Ginny and Max leave, Georgia starts packing suitcases. In a flashback, Georgia steals money from Gil, which leads to Gil getting arrested. 

Back to the present, Ginny drinks with her friends. Meanwhile, Marcus finds the boys and asks if she knows where Ginny is. Hunter asks Marcus why he broke up with Ginny. He seems annoyed that he hurt her. Afterward, Maxine takes a drunk Marcus home. Meanwhile, Ginny has a hunch, and she rings the venue regarding Georgia and Paul’s wedding. She learns that it has been canceled. 

Marcus reveals to Georgia that he knows that she is a murderer

Marcus talks to Georgia in the streets. He asks about Ginny while they smoke a joint together. Georgia tells Marcus that he did a lot for her daughter, including feeling safe. She’s glad he gave her that. She thinks it’s noble that he let her go to stop hurting her. As Georgia walks away, Marcus says he will not tell anyone her secret and pretends to slice someone’s neck. Georgia is alarmed that Marcus knows that she is a murderer. 

Why does Georgia tell Paul about her past?

Georgia returns home, and Ginny confronts her about canceling the wedding. Georgia tells her that they need to leave town. Ginny wants to find a way to stay and asks Georgia what she’s scared of. Georgia gets passionate and tells Ginny that she’s a fraud and then sarcastically thanks Ginny for telling her ex-boyfriend her murderous secret. She doesn’t think loving Paul is enough, and she doesn’t trust happiness. 

Ginny tells Georgia to explain to Paul her past (apart from the murdering parts). She believes her mother deserves to live here. 

So Georgia sits Paul down and tells him everything about her past; fraud, embezzlement, stealing from her work, shoplifting, a motorcycle gang, and a PI who is investigating her due to her ex-husband’s ex-wife. She then tells Paul that Gil is blackmailing her, and she describes how Austin shot Gil in the arm. 

Paul is in shock, and he decides to leave. As he leaves, Georgia’s children sit on the stairs, looking at him. 

Ginny and Marcus agree to be friends (for now)

Ginny visits Marcus in his bedroom. She tells Marcus that she understands that the breakup was not about her. Regardless if they are together or not, Ginny tells Marcus that she wants to be friends. She comforts him in bed, and they start talking like “bros,” which makes them both laugh together like best friends. 

How does Paul get Gil to leave Georgia alone?

The next day, Paul asks Georgia to meet him at the office. She can’t tell if it’s a setup to get her arrested, but she feels she has to go. 

When she gets there, there’s an attorney and a policeman. Paul asks her to sit down. Gil then walks into the office, and he’s unsure what’s going on. Paul tells Gil that what he has been doing is harassment and that one call to his parole officer will land him back in jail. He explains he’ll get no money off him before and after getting married. This confirms that Paul intends to stay with Georgia. 

Gil talks about battling for custody, but Paul is already prepared with a family lawyer. Paul tells him that he if wants to speak to his stepson or “speak to his wife,” he does so through him. 

Afterward, Paul tells Georgia that he’s still mad at her, but he’s unable to walk away from her. The couple kisses passionately, and they declare that they are a team.

Georgia returns home, and she’s excited. She tells Ginny that Paul still wants to get married. Ginny tells Georgia that all she needs is a wedding venue. 

Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Ending Explained

And then, the wedding arrives. A horse and carriage turn up to pick Ginny and Georgia up. However, before the wedding, Private Investigator Gabriel tells Nick the truth – that his name isn’t Jesse and that he’s really a PI. He reveals he was hired to look into Georgia.

Nick is confused and angry that their relationship has been a lie. He asks Gabriel if he even has feelings for him. Gabriel tells Nick that he needs to know everything and apologizes. 

Georgia arrives at the altar, and Paul is blown away by her beauty. It’s a beautiful occasion. Paul loves Georgia unconditionally. Ginny narrates how she’s lucky because she knows what it feels like to be loved unconditionally — she gets it from the love of her mother. She believes the love of Georgia Miller is the most powerful force. 

At the wedding party, Ginny tells Georgia that she managed to secure the venue for her by speaking to a few people.

Why does Georgia get arrested?

Meanwhile, Marcus and Joe sit in the lobby, unable to see the wedding unfold; they can’t bear seeing Ginny and Georgia. Marcus tells Joe that she likes it when Ginny is happy. Eventually, both men pluck up the courage to head to the party just in time for the First Dance. 

Georgia and Paul do the First Dance while Joe watches on. Georgia narrates how her daughter, Ginny, is better than her and that she’s the best. She explains that happiness is the scariest thing to be.

But unfortunately, Georgia’s happiness does not last long as the Season 2 Finale twist for Ginny and Georgia arrives, bringing a brilliant cliffhanger. Gabriel walks in with the police, and Georgia is arrested for the murder of Tom Fuller. Paul assures her that he will get her a lawyer. 

Looks like Georgia will not get her happy ending after all. Austin is devastated and tells Ginny that he “did not tell anyone,” referring to seeing Georgia killing Cynthia’s husband.

Season 2 Episode 10 of Ginny and Georgia is the ending we all wanted, but the cliffhanger leaves more to be desired.

Let’s hope there is a Season 3.

Additional Plot Points for Ginny and Georgia

  • Abby and Press continue to hook up but Norah finds them and stops them. Abby tells Norah that the year has been hard after not speaking to her for most of the year. The friends hug it out. Moments later, Abby hears Samantha throwing up in the bathroom. Abby decides to do the same thing. 

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