Next week, God Friended Me episode 11 is going to focus on something that is certainly emotional, and something that’s been rooted in the mythology of the series from the very beginning: The death of Miles’ mother. It’s informed who he is in a rather substantial way and it’s also defined the relationship with his father.
For many years, Miles has been able to keep a lot of his pain buried in his past, and that makes sense given that it’s probably easier that way. Yet, a lot of it is going to rise to the forefront on the upcoming new episode “17 Years.” This is the final one of 2018 and it appears as though the writers/producers are going to end this first arc in a big, emotional way. You’re going to see Miles have to take on this painful subject, while at the same time also come to grips with a big revelation when it comes to the God Account. Is Falken really the person responsible? Regardless of whether or not the evidence is there, we still have a hard time believing it. After all, we’re 11 episodes in at this point to a really long season and it almost feels too rushed that the writers would give you answers to most of the primary questions so early on in the run.
For now, just be sure to check out the God Friended Me episode 11 synopsis with some more news regarding what is coming up:
“17 Years” – Miles is shocked and angered when the God Account sends him the name of the drunk driver who killed his mother 17 years earlier, leading Cara and Rakesh to help him face the worst moment of his life in order to move forward. Also, Miles and Rakesh learn revealing information about Falken, the mysterious hacker who they believe is tied to the God Account, on GOD FRIENDED ME, Sunday, Dec. 16 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET/8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
While we would certainly understand if this episode were to have some darker moments, at the same time we also hope that the writers don’t dwell on anything too much given that the real strength of this series is going to continue to be some of the more inspirational scenes. Those really do define the course of God Friended Me to date and we think that this is a show people like to feel good about after they watch it. It offers them a reason to smile, even in some harder times. It’s an element of the show that may always be there.
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