Girlfriends

Season 2 Episode 1

The Fallout

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Sep 10, 2001 on The CW
8.3
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The Fallout
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Joan forgives Toni for slapping her in Jamaica and trying to seduce Sean, much to the shock and dismay of Maya and Lynn (who has returned from Jamaica). When Joan's hair begins to fall out due to stress, she sees a therapist, who recommends that she cut Toni out of her life for good. However, this proves difficult when Toni seeks Joan's shoulder to lean on after a setback at work. Meanwhile, Darnell is upset by Maya's bixini wax, and accuses her of changing as the result of her association with the girls.moreless

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  • I classified this epi revealing because we realize what a pushover Joan is when it comes to Toni.

    8.2
    If a 'friend' of ours tried to sleep with our man out of misplaced anger or revenge- I doubt very many of us would've reacted with the forgiveness that Joan did in this episode, which should've been titled, "Please, take my man". Joan forgives Toni for trying to sleep with Sean, and slapping her across the face in Jamaica. All the while she's seething with rage, and the anger starts to build up. So much so that she starts to feel physically ill can we say, stop trippin'? This is the period where I really started to resent Toni and Joan's friendship. They had since started a healthier relationship in later seasons, but this epi and some others were a little hard to watch. It was still a good show.moreless
  • This show shows the extent of Joan's love and her willingness to forgive. Even though this is hard. You do not see anything out of the ordinary where Toni Childs is concerned.moreless

    5.1
    Maya and Lynn are at a bit of out of sorts with Joan's willingness to forgive Toni even though her hair is falling out. Toni in true form refusing to except her part in the break-up. Naturally she's not to blame for Joan innocently telling Greg about Dr. Spenser. Her true selfishness comes out more than ever. Maya and Joan encurage Joan " to own her anger, cut her off". Which was good advice since she showed no signs whatsoever of taking any of the blame for the problems she caused herself.moreless
Fred Willard

Fred Willard

Dr. Percy Bales

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Kaori Sato

Kaori Sato

Waitress

Guest Star

Cee Cee Michaela

Cee Cee Michaela

Yvonne Blackwell

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Khalil Kain

Khalil Kain

Darnell Wilkes

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Dondre T. Whitfield

Dondre T. Whitfield

Sean Ellis

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