Up All Night Recap: Old Timers

Up All Night is a show about a little kid growing up, but all this time the adults have been doing some aging as well. In "Letting Go," it all coalesced into a beautiful cacophony of pain medication. Chris, who occasionally obsesses over how the "young people" view him, realized his aging was an inevitability, and one worth reframing as maturation. Reagan realized that motherhood isn’t a singular role, that her relationship with Amy was going to morph in front of her eyes; and that as sure as she can’t laugh without peeing a little bit, Reagan was going to have to relinquish control over Amy’s every waking second. Ava — um, well Ava … she got to sing an offscreen duet with Stevie Nicks, so, that’s something! Read More...



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