FullHD9x2: CMA Music Festival Season 9 Episode 2 Watch Online Free 's sub-plot in this episode has more than its share of lowlights too. She's the most consistently maligned character in the show, as one of Sorkin's least capable female characters, in a show that manages to make a sexist slip-up or twelve each week. In short, Maggie's moving back into her best friend's apartment after Don broke up with her, but by the end, she's ready for the ill-fated trip to Africa that was foreshadowed in last week's episode. This development takes one truly awful scene, and one pretty excellent scene, in fairly short order.
FullHD9x2: CMA Music Festival Season 9 Episode 2 Watch Online Free awful scene follows up on last week's YouTube contrivance - there is an online video of Maggie declaring that she loves her best friend's boyfriend, Jim. Don saw it and dumped her - the best friend, Lisa, hasn't seen it yet. Using some social media detective work, Maggie tracks down the uploader to a laundrette, and goes to beg her to take it down, with Sloan acting as moral support.
FullHD9x2: CMA Music Festival Season 9 Episode 2 Watch Online Free scene is cringe-inducing in its condescension, from Maggie's undignified pleas, to the culprit herself - a blogger who writes Sex & The City fan fiction, and comes freshly microwaved from Sorkin's ready-meal "stupid person" character type. It's excruciating to watch, and if you weren't put off by the YouTube sub-plot in last week's episode, it's truly buried by the end of this scene.
On the plus side, there's also a pretty excellent scene. Maggie and Sloan's stunt only prompted the blogger to write about the video, rather than take it down, and Lisa has seen it by the time Maggie arrives at her apartment.
FullHD9x2: CMA Music Festival Season 9 Episode 2 Watch Online Free Coleman was generally one of the more reliable supporting players in the first season, and Lisa spent more than enough time making sure that she wasn't hurting Maggie's feelings. She nails their righteous falling-out, curtly making it clear to Maggie that their friendship is over, before texting Jim with the video link for a clean, contact-less break-up. Sorkin's dialogue is far better when it's sharp and pointy, than when it's speechifying, and this scene really stands out.
But one scene can't make up for a fairly crappy episode for Maggie.
She's pitching to go to Africa for a story, even before this point, but
can't think of a pitch that's good enough for Mac. She spends most of
the time asking men for help to find something "relevant" about Africa,
before finally (somehow) getting the green-light. We know that the path
ahead won't be happy for Maggie, but given how Sorkin has treated her
character thus far, can it get much worse?