What lies ahead on The Bold Type season 2 episode 9? As we’re getting near the end of the season, things will likely become more personal. We’ve seen a number of episodes in the middle of the season touch on extremely timely, important subjects and that may continue, but we could also end up seeing the focus hone in even more on the characters. They are a huge part of what will carry over from season 2 to season 3 (which has already been ordered). This is one of those nice (and rare!) situations in which you can actually kick back, relax, and enjoy a show without having to be in some sort of near-constant state of panic that you are not going to get any more of it when the season is done.
The Bold Type season 2 episode 9 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below offers up some more information regarding what you can expect:
The girls take a trip to Sutton’s hometown and meet a few important figures from her past. Meanwhile, Jane struggles with planning for her future, and Kat feels a rift in her relationship with Adena. Guest starring Billy Magnussen.
Clearly, at this point in the story Sutton and some of the other characters may be starting to think that in order to figure out their future, they have to also better understand their past. We don’t think anything will be neatly tied up in this episode or the ones that follow, but that is really the point of this show sometimes. The Bold Type is really all about learning and finding ways to keep developing a better understanding of the world. It’s a coming-of-age story in some ways and also a tale of building strength at others. It’s also just meant to be relatable to some of what people are thinking about in their twenties as they try to navigate the world at a difficult time — especially within the publishing industry.
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