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As Stephen Wraysford recovers from his injuries and prepares for a major offensive, he is still haunted by the legacy of his affair with Isabelle Azaire. Amidst the horror of the trenches, Stephen unexpectedly finds comfort in his friendship with Jack Firebrace, who shows him that there is a future worth fighting for. This episode contains graphic violence and sexual situations not suitable for all viewers.
Sebastian Faulks' epic love story set against the First World War is adapted for the screen for the first time. As Stephen Wraysford fights in the terrifying death-filled trenches of northern France, he is haunted by memories of Isabelle Azaire, the woman with whom he had an illicit and all-consuming affair during a summer in France before the war. This episode contains graphic violence and sexual situations not suitable for all viewers.
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Jodie moves in with Charlie and discovers his place has bedbugs, Kyle turns to Judd instead of Drew in an emergency, and Matt helps Jake propose to Liz Beth, but isn't sure he's ready to propose to Amanda.
After their initial misunderstanding over banana bread, Jodie (Michelle Trachtenberg) has now decided to move in with her new flame Charlie (Bret Harrison). Their domestic bliss is quickly interrupted when they realize Charlie has a bedbug infestation, throwing a wrench in their "togetherness" plans. Meanwhile, when Judd deftly performs the Heimlich maneuver on their neighbor Kyle (Stephen Rannazzisi), everyone is relieved -- until Drew (Keegan-Michael Key) becomes upset that Kyle turned to Judd (Greg Grunberg) for help when he was choking. Also, "Matt" (Matt Long), who aided Annie (Becki Newton) in escaping from a bad date weeks earlier, can't stop thinking about her. He contemplates breaking it off with his longtime girlfriend Amanda (Jaime King) and following another chance meeting with Annie, becomes even more certain it's the right thing to do. Constance Zimmer also stars.