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Ladies of the Ladder #211: Defiance

Sorry we were late this week; tune in tomorrow for #212 to drop as well…holy crap, The Path is getting CRAY-CRAY!

The Ladies are running a bit behind this week. We’re on last week’s episode and this week’s episode (OMGEEEEEEEEEEE, it as CRAZY!!) will drop tomorrow.

On #211 the Ladies all agree that Hugh Dancy deserves an Emmy for his subtle but creepy performance as Cal. He has truly been captivating to watch all season long.

As we wind down to the season finale Kira, Caroline and Allison make their predictions and agree that at this point everything in Meyerism is basically going to s***. How will the changing dynamics affect Eddie, his kids and the movement?

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May the light forever be with you!

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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?"

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