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Offspring Season 4 Episode 12 Watch Online Free The Morehouse family follows up their happy reunion last week with a big old argument after Norbert (Daddy Morehouse) tries to convince Robert (Morehouse Junior) to get in on a fraudulent scheme to save some bad railroad stock. Norbert goes through with the scheme behind Robert’s back, and some crude comments about Mommy Morehouse put the men at deathblows. Elizabeth, who is getting more badass by the episode, breaks it up, but Norbert promises he’ll be back to exact his sweet revenge (or something to that effect).
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Offspring Season 4 Episode 12 Watch Online Free Prior to his traumatic end to the episode, Corky spends most of this week playing patriarch to the McGrath family, who were involved one of his cases a few episodes back. With Donovan’s help, he non-violently gets a pervy landlord off Mrs. McGrath’s back. He also steers her son Michael off the path of murder and offers to teach him to box. Corcoran has a compulsive need to play the father figure - a need that only compounds the tragedy of the loss of Ellen and the baby, just as it made Maggie’s loss all the more painful. The need seems to stem from the need to atone for Maggie’s death. What is this new loss going to do to him?