Overall, there should be a lot of room for riveting storylines on Big Love for its fifth season. Not only did Bill (Bill Paxton) win the senate race, he also opted to come out, as it were, and reveal that he practices and believes in plural marriage. Needless to say, a lot of drama can come out of this little twist alone, but it's safe to say that season 4 - with the barrage of rants and raves it received - just made a lot of legroom for a hopefully better season of Big Love.
The cracks in the Henrickson clan have been pronounced more than ever, culminating in the crazy season finale. Individually, the wives have been going in directions that are, to say the least, unexpected but also kind of logical. What do we expect when Big Love returns probably next year with hopefully 10 or more episodes?
Barb - making that jump
Doubtless, Barb's (Jeanne Tripplehorn) I-don't-think-I-need-you-anymore shocker sent shockwaves to the entire Big Love universe, but few fans didn't see it coming. Not only did the election transform Bill into an alienated and confused character, it further drove Barb away, weary as she had been about his tireless ambition. When she tipped off that station about Bill's love child, we kind of rooted for her, because like her, we've just had it with Bill.
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