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The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 1 votes.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 1 votes.
Frankie and Grace receive surprise gifts from Babe that open new horizons for each of them. Sol reveals a long-held secret at Bud's birthday party.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 639 votes.
Grace tries to make amends to Frankie, Sol gives Robert a taste of his own medicine, and Brianna and Barry reach a turning point in their relationship.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 145 votes.
Grace returns to town to find that Frankie has everything under control. Bud and Allison's wedding day arrives, but not without some family drama.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 204 votes.
Prompted by their children, Grace and Frankie make a change. Robert and Sol channel some fresh energy into their marriage.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 302 votes.
Grace and Frankie face a lawsuit. Sol fights back against the homophobic play protesters. Frankie mulls over a move that would change everything.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 544 votes.
Grace and Brianna clash at work as Grace faces a tough day. With Joan-Margaret's help, Frankie fights ageism. Peter's casting decision shocks Robert.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 223 votes.
Grace takes extreme measures to keep up her hectic schedule. Sol and Frankie have a disagreement about Coyote. Frankie bonds with Robert over edibles.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 221 votes.
As Grace and Frankie deal with a major disaster in their home, they each keep secrets from other family members. Everyone attends Robert's play.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 303 votes.
As the wedding day approaches, Grace and Robert have problems expressing themselves, while Sol and Frankie finally clear out their old house.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 576 votes.
Grace wants Frankie to go to the hospital after a medical incident, but Frankie insists on alternative healing. The protests disrupt Robert's play.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 565 votes.
Grace's insecurities flare at a lavish fundraiser, where Frankie gets swept up in a silent auction. Sol hosts a game night to distract a worried Robert.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 162 votes.
Grace and Frankie introduce Jack to Nick, hoping they can all go on vacation together. Meanwhile, Barry finally gets his short-rib double date.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 147 votes.
While Frankie tries to dig herself out of the business mess she created, Grace comes up with a different solution. Brianna goes to bat for Barry.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 224 votes.
While Frankie worries she's lost her authenticity, Grace frets about Frankie's health. Bud's first meeting with Allison's father goes downhill fast.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 222 votes.
While Frankie tries to adjust to living alone, Grace arranges a family dinner that takes an awkward turn. Robert and Sol plan a honeymoon trip.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 168 votes.
Grace's loyalties are tested as she and Frankie face the Sharks. Robert scrambles to recoup the money he donated. Bud meets his long-lost cousin.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 145 votes.
Frankie refuses to go home, and all the kids are dragged into Grace and Frankie's fight. Grace, Brianna and Mallory smoke Frankie's pot together.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 634 votes.
Grace and Frankie send a cease and desist letter to the company that stole their idea. A homophobic church group protests Robert's play rehearsals.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Grace and Frankie from 548 votes.
Last updated: feb 07, 2021
Love this show! Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are awesome together
Keep going. The first few episodes feel like the timing is off just slightly. But by the third episode, they seem to have gotten it right.
Try to push through the meh first season. S02 is amazing and S03 is even better.
Meh... was expecting more. A missed opportunity for Netflix. Overall lacks any sort of depth to the plot -- characters not engaging. Dull, uneventful and predictable. Homogenized junk.
After a lot of meandering this show really seems to have found its feet in the excellent penultimate and final episodes of season 2. Fonda and Tomlin are always a joy to watch despite the often lacklustre jokes and uneven tone, and Tomlin is surprisingly adept at bringing pathos to the more emotionally resonant material.
Sol and Frankie are, rather ironically, the other characters in this show that feel like they have any chemistry together... except for perhaps Mallory and Coyote as well (also ironic). But even if the relationships/pairings feel a little forced, the humor is there, as well as well placed dramatic moments. And while the characters (read: Frankie) can be a little bit overdramatized in their characteristics, they do at least show character development as well. Definitely a show to binge watch on a lazy weekend.
Cute and funny and sweet and surprisingly heart-felt. Love it!
A wonderful roller-coaster of emotions. Weirdly relatable for a Gen-Z like me.
Feels dated. The "My houseband is gay" angle might have been all the rage in the 80's, now its just "so what". The "posh bitter WASP vs crazy new age hippie" freenemies relationship is forced and not funny at all. I'd rather watch "Golden Girls" than this.
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