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Ladies of the Ladder #209: Nothing Stays Buried

Kira calls #209 the “relationship” episode

Kira calls this “the relationship” episode – Cal and Sarah, Abe and Nicole, Gabby and Kodiak
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Kira Allen

When Kira isn't scaling the peaks of some of the toughest mountains in the world or exploring the Amazon rainforests she spends her time as a foster mom for her local animal shelter. Kira has volunteered for "Doctors without Borders" even though she isn't even a doctor or a nurse. Her mantra is "More speed, more height, more life..."
Just kidding....Kira is a writer, actor and suburban housewife and mother. Her mantra is "If I can't do it from the couch, is it really worth it?"


  • Jeramiah was the man that Richard was dancing with during his flashback. Cal said a couple of episodes back ” Remember Jeramiah who was with Richard for a long time.” They aren’t against homosexuality.

  • The way I read it was that Cal came back ready to abandon his leadership and be free of the movement. And he was disappointed that Sarah fixed the problem because it means he cant leave now. Dudes desperate to get out. To the point that he wants to kill himself ( and take Mary with him apparently… The selfish tool.) Cal is living for Sarah now. She’s his motivation for staying.

  • Also… I’m thinking Sarah throwing up is due to the Poison Water she drank earlier in the season.

  • That Kodiak/Gabby scene annoyed me. He’s all ” Oh well I guess Steve was just a dude and this light stuff is all imaginary. Lets cut out losses and run off together Gabby. Never mind the fact that we supported a lunatic for years.” And isn’t it implied in an earlier episode that Kodiak knew something was going on between Steve and Cal? Talk about lack of accountability.

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