Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 7 Recap – why do they attend therapy together?

January 5, 2023 (Last updated: January 6, 2023)
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You can feel it. This is not going to end well. Episode 7 of Season 2 may not be the best chapter, but there’s never a dull moment. 

We recap the Netflix series Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 7, “Let Us Serenade the Sh*t Out of You,” which will contain major spoilers. 

Season 2 Episode 7 may feel a little underwhelming after the Christmas chapter, but it has a rather intriguing therapy session between Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and Georgia (Brianne Howey). The story continues to ramp up, giving no indication of how this is going to end. 

Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 7 Recap

After an emotional Christmas, Season 2 Episode 7 opens with Ginny and Georgia snacking on food and watching their favorite movies. They haven’t left the couch in days. Ginny learns that Marcus is back, so Georgia gives her the space to go see him. Their couch time is over. 

And then, Georgia confronts Zion about Ginny’s self-harm and therapy. She’s angry that he kept it from her. After, Georgia speaks to Gil. He insists that he has changed, but she doesn’t trust him. Gil explains how he missed her and that there’s sexual tension between them. However, Georgia rejects that idea. Gil makes it clear that he just wants to see his son.  

Ginny presents a book to the class, just like her teacher asks her to. The teacher asks everyone to read three chapters and says that Ginny will lead the class discussion next time. This throws Ginny — once again, she is being singled out by this teacher with an agenda. 

Gil and Austin return home. Paul immediately takes the “stepfather role” and tells Austin to go to bed. And then Zion drops off Ginny. It’s awkward between the three men, and it’s almost a Western. Zion is surprised to see Gil out of prison. Gil leaves, and Paul and Zion agree that they both don’t like Gil.

Why do they attend therapy together?

Georgia attends therapy with Ginny. She wants to sit in on the session and find out what’s happening with her daughter. Ginny allows her mother to stay. The therapist tells Georgia that she doesn’t respect Ginny’s boundaries. Ginny expresses that she’s always been lonely and moving to new towns. She wants her mother to understand her and her boundaries, including that she’s black.  She wants to be listened to. Georgia agrees but also wants to be heard too. Ginny explains that Georgia is a force that takes up a lot of space, leaving her barely any room. 

After a difficult therapy session, Georgia needs a drink. Ginny pulls out Marcus’s flask, and they have a shot together. Georgia tells Ginny that vulnerability is her superpower. Ginny opens up and explains she has to do a lesson plan at school, which she doesn’t want to do. 

Ginny delivers the lesson for her English teacher based on the book she recommended. She tells the teacher that “this sucks” because she’s been singled out and leaves. She tells the teacher that she’s dropping English. Maxine follows her, and Ginny feels regretful, but she doesn’t know what to do next. She feels like no one else speaks on her behalf, including Maxine. She wants more support from her friends. 

Ginny and Georgia Season 2 Episode 7 ending

Georgia has a surprise bachelorette party at Joe’s restaurant. In a flashback, a young Georgia brings out a birthday cake for Ginny in front of Gil and Zion. Back in the present, Georgia is having a lot of fun with her girls. Maxine apologizes to Ginny for not being there for her. And then, Private Investigator Gabriel turns up to the party too. Ginny confronts him and tells him to leave. Gabriel immediately leaves. 

When Georgia gets home, she learns that Gil has taken Austin and panics, but then they both quickly return. Season 5 Episode 7 ends with Georgia checking out her hidden handgun. 

You can feel it. This is not going to end well. Episode 7 of Season 2 may not be the best chapter, but there’s never a dull moment. 

Ginny and Georgia Additional Plot points

  • Georgia tells Ellen that she doesn’t want a bachelorette party. 
  • At school, Marcus turns up wasted, and Ginny and Maxine are shocked. And then Georgia turns up, so they need to make Marcus look sober. 
  • Maxine looks after a drunk Marcus. Marcus is worried that Ginny doesn’t like him. 
  • Abby needs emotional support and asks Ginny for a chat at Joe’s restaurant. Abby reveals that her father has a new girlfriend, and she’s expected to meet them. 

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