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Wiseman adds: “It became apparent a few weeks into it as we’re breaking story that this is going to be something that we want to keep tracking and it would be. It felt like a nice arc to the end of the season to have [Isaac] finally be able to express feelings. He’s been taking steps with Hetty, so it was, again, not master planned, but it was something that we thought would be a nice capper to the season.”
Sam and Jay decide to settle their beef with the Farnsbys the best way they know how: a pickleball match, which is something that comes directly from one of the creators’ experiences.
“My wife’s relatives spend time in Florida, and they would always come back raving about pickleball and telling me how it’s the fastest growing sport in America,” Port said. “Apparently if you Google it, it is. I’ve never played it, but it looks fun.”
Weisman also admits to not indulging in the game. “I just never really heard about it until this last year. Multiple people mentioned playing it or being introduced to it. When we introduced the Farnsbys in the dinner party episode, we thought it was just a funny, specific [thing] that they were really into it, then we decided to use that as a fun plot device.”
Henry gets injured during the match resulting in Sam and Jay win by default. The duplicate B&B is now out of business.
Woodstone Manor’s first guests interrupt Nigel and Issac’s conversation. Just as Sam and Jay are about to greet them, the floor buckles and they fall into the basement. The final shot of the season is Sam and Jay trying their best to keep it cute as it’s very clear Woodstone Manor isn’t quite ready for primetime. Why were the termites held as a main episode plot point until now?
Source: Den of Geek