Next week, God Friended Me episode 19 will bring you “The Road to Damascus,” the most important episode of the entire season … or, at least the most important one until the finale. This is where everything comes to a head when it comes to the God account, Cara’s career, and so much more. Think of the show at the moment as a hallway with a number of open doors, and over the coming week, we’re going to see a number of those doors slowly shut. At the time of the finale, there may still be a few left open and it can properly determine which ones it wants to leave ajar for a second season. Let’s be real here — this is a network television show. They aren’t going to slam all of the doors, throw their hands up in the air, and then figure out what they want to do when they get into the writers room for next season. They will find a way to leave enough open to have some fun for the already-renewed second season.
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Below, CarterMatt has the official God Friended Me episode 19 synopsis with some specific information as to why this episode is so critical:
“The Road to Damascus” – Arthur joins Miles on a road trip upstate after the God Account checks into a closed-down summer camp. Also, Cara makes a career-altering decision, Pria (Parminder Nagra) reveals unexpected news to Rakesh, and the hunt for answers to the God Account come to a head at the grand reveal of Simon Hayes’ (Adam Goldberg) mystery project, on GOD FRIENDED ME, Sunday, March 31 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
First and foremost, we are incredibly curious to venture into a story where Miles is working alongside his father more so than Cara or Rakesh. This is a show about the various ways to explore faith and Miles and Arthur have been the two most on opposite sides of the coin. We’re at a point in the series now where they can start to push ever closer to each other — even if Miles never treats the subject of faith the same way as his dad, they’ve developed a mutual admiration and respect where he can be an atheist and still respect what his father does and the things that he has to say.
As for the Simon Hayes of it all, we still remain convinced that this mystery project is not going to be as linked to the God Account as Rakesh seems to think. What’s more interesting (at least to us as an outside viewer) is seeing this story drift in that direction to the point where Rakesh confronts him and it all blows up. Hopefully, he keeps it on the other side of the imaginary confrontation, but what makes a guessing game so much fun is that not everyone gets the initial guess correct at first.
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