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Jessica has further denied the claim, made by Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi in a preview clip for the upcoming episode, that she had a rendezvous with Mike while the group were in New York City. While a lot of viewers left comments on Jessica’s photo congratulating her on moving on from Mike and cheering her new relationship, there were also quite a bit of comments that criticized Jessica for being with a friend of Mike’s.
As viewers saw on last week’s episode, Mike, while the group were in New York City to watch GG perform in her play, took Mercedes “MJ” Javid to Mr. Jessica responded to that criticism by denying that Mike and Greg are friends.
Or maybe she's someone from Tahini's (Jameela Jamil) toxic, image-obsessed upper echelon.
Or better yet, maybe she's someone from Jason's (Manny Jacinto) trash life in Florida. (He's her step-father, after all.) Why not let her play in the very Spielberg-influenced Netflix hit's third season?
Or maybe the whole thing is just another simulation (as hypothesized by some fans following the finale) and she's in everyone's story at some point! We've yet to meet Steve Harrington's (Joe Keery) mom.
And, plot twist, what if she's also one of Hawkins Laboratory's newest directors too?
Flawless based on the perception that he’s Mike’s friend.
(And it would be a neat bit of symmetry considering her former Calzona counterpart Sara Ramirez joined CBS' stars who seems most comfortable and at home when the show veers out of the tragic and into the goofy.
There's something about Capshaw's performance over the past 10 years that has us feeling like she'd be especially at home in Robert and Michelle King's restrained, yet quite dramatic legal world, currently in its second season on streaming service CBS All Access.
Imagine her as the next blonde attorney following in the footsteps of Martha Plimpton's Patti Nyholm and Mamie Gummer's Nancy Crozier (both from ) who plays up an archetypal charm only to reveal a cutthroat legal shark hiding just beneath the surface.
Jessica chastised the viewer for building an entire story in her head off of one, two-minute reality TV show clip.
Feeling The Love justifies 2/1 favouritism in the third at Killarney, scoring under Mark Walsh for @Jessica_Racing and JP Mc Manus.
With that in mind, we'd love to see her play a role in the third season of Michael Schur's fantastic NBC comedy . — placing our four dead heroes back into their lives on Earth, with Ted Danson's Michael and D'Arcy Carden's AI-like Janet watching to see if the soulmates can find their way back to one another, Capshaw would be the perfect choice for an Earthbound foil.