After a hiatus for the Academy Awards, God Friended Me will be back on CBS Sunday night. Will this episode pull on your heartstrings? We have a good feeling that it will!
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As the promo below shows, episode 15 will be introducing you to Vivian and Aiden, two star-crossed lovers who are hopefully going to have a little bit of a happier ending than Romeo and Juliet. These two characters had a dream wedding that, at the last minute, completely fell apart when she panicked. Soon after that, she fell into a coma. Now that she’s awake, where does she go from here? Is there a way for these two to piece together their lives? This is a chance for a thought-provoking, heartfelt story within the classic God Friended Me mold, one that raises interesting questions regarding how we can find a way through hardship and have gratitude more for what we have as opposed to what we don’t. These are stories that are meant to carry with them lessons — they’re far from sermons in the way that Arthur gives them, but we do believe in earnest that there are takeaways from every hour — and also hopeful vibes that make you feel good throughout the week.
What also makes things interesting here is that Cara also knows Vivian on some level already — maybe she’s a casual acquaintance or she remembers her from headlines in the past. This could at least make her more attached and determined to find a way to help the two of them … not that she’s not determined or interested in helping anyone out already. Cara, Miles, and Rakesh’s sheer commitment to the God Account is a part of the show’s appeal at this point — they could turn up their noses at these friend suggestions, or at least find a way to do them half-heartedly so th job gets done but they can also just get back to their own lives. That’s just not who they are, which is probably in part why Miles was chosen in the first place. It’s all by design, whether it be Biblical or otherwise. There was clearly a thought that he would be able to get something out of these missions, just as the people he’s helping clearly are in their own way. There is something that is mutualistic and lovely about the nature of these stories — what we see tonight could be even more charming than ever.
Want another reason to be excited for tonight? Well, Aiden is played by none other than The Vampire Diaries alum Zach Roerig.
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