RINGER – Season 1 Episode 14 – SPOILERS
Catherine’s maiden name is unknown. After Episode 14, I would speculate that it might be Gambino, or Moriarty.
There are spoilers ahead.
Stripper Bridget never showed up. Maybe next week. See if I trust TV Guide again.
Tessa Banner (Gage Golightly) decided to be a bit too conspicuous about her new-found wealth, and was “taken care of” by someone, possibly Mr. Carpenter (Jason Dohring). She is not dead, but in a medically induced coma after a severe beating. Her share of the money was stolen. In another astonishing twist, Catherine is revealed to be the mastermind who conceived Juliet’s con game. The questions now unresolved are: At what point did she conceive the plan? After Carpenter have sex with Juliet? If so, was that consensual? Is it possible that Catherine (Andrea Roth) was the one who attacked Tessa? If, as is likely, Juliet decides to confess to the scam, will Catherine do the same to her?
We found out that Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar) did not become a bitch when her child Sean (Cayden Sherwood) was killed in a car accident. She was born that way. The accident just made it worse. Though Bridget forgives Dylan in Siobhan’s name, it unlikely that the real Siobhan would forgive anyone, ever.
In the credits, the kid is listed as Sean Morrison, giving him the same last name as his father Dylan (Misha Collins). Since Siobhan is not a particularly generous person, and did not have a good relationship with Dylan, does this mean they were married? That was not the sense I got from the flashback in this episode.
At least it seems fairly certain that Juliet (Zoey Deutch) is not going away with her mother. At least not voluntarily. There was a small hint that the Martins might move to another city as a family.
Andrew will ask Bridget (whom he believes to be Siobhan) to renew their marriage vows. This will cause Bridget some consternation because she wants to marry him, but as herself, not her sister. I see a round-robin of confessions in this family in the near future, with Juliet coming clean to Bridget, and Bridget reciprocating with her own truths. I don’t see Andrew reacting well should he find out Bridget’s true identity. He’s a bit straight-laced. Andrew needs something to confess. Maybe he really is a crook.