Suburgatory 2.04 Sneak Peeks: Is This the End of the KKK?

Shilo Adams November 7, 2012 1

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suburgatoryEver since her parents decided to get a divorce last season on Suburgatory, Dalia’s been a little lost. She may be on the road to patching things up with Dallas after last week, but for quite a while, she blamed her mother for leaving her father and breaking up their once-stable family. Plus, she’s distanced herself from the KKK to the point that she doesn’t have that strong of a support system, so at this point, Dalia’s a Queen Bee without a hive to rule. Will she find someone to lean on before too long?

On tonight’s episode of Suburgatory, Dalia tries to regain a connection with her father through his fiancee, a stewardess that she attempts to make her best friend. In the process, though, Dalia alienates the KKK and leaves her former friends without a leader for the first time. Unintentionally, she’s doing the same thing to them that Steven did to her, only the KKK may not be without support for too long, as they hone in on Tessa to take Dalia’s place. Tessa, of course, would rather not be put in that position, but Lisa is open to becoming Queen Bee, at least temporarily. Will she lose herself in the power that Dalia had and the instant friends/lackeys that are the KKK, or will she be able to hold it together until Dalia comes back for good?

Meanwhile on Suburgatory, George and Dallas may have had a moment of honesty and openness at the end of last week’s episode, but they’re still trying to adjust to being a couple. The issue this week relates to intimacy, as Dallas overcompensates after their first attempt at consummating their relationship doesn’t go so well. The only problem is that by going so far in the other direction, she’s making things more awkward and unintentionally digging at his ego, which might put more distance between them.

Suburgatory airs tonight at 9:30 on ABC. You can check out a recap of last week’s episode, which featured opera, babies, and a kiss in the rain, here.

Will Dalia find her way back to the KKK following her father’s elopement? How will Lisa and Tessa deal with having Kimantha, Kenzie and Kaitlyn having onto them? Can George and Dallas figure out their intimacy issues?

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  • Huh?

    I don’t understand why this show is overtly referring to a racist group. This episode has a Hitler “joke” as well. Is it supposed to be funny? The characters are constantly referred to as KKK, have multiple scenes expressing 3 K’s and have a scene walking down the street in all white clothing. This is just sick. A departure from the otherwise decent series.