I've been watching occasionally lately, so I figured maybe it was time for a recap so I can keep up with my incredibly prolific once-a-month posting habit.
Sam tells Jason she's pregnant. Sam's non-existent uterus is a TINY-BUT-HUGE MIRACLE! It just keeps on trucking! Jason is delighted, but there's the malaria concern.
Ava's hair has looked better, it seems a bit fried.
Jax is very irritated by Nell, Josslyn's maybe-donor. I'm not even going to try to outline the beats of this convoluted story, but it has something to do with stealing kidneys from healthy teenagers against their will and selling them on the black market (tale as old as time), but I like that they brought this actress back, she's solid. Sadly, I presume she'll be stuck acting opposite Joss a few more times at least, and that's not healthy for anyone's skill level. Jax and Sonny have competing tans, and Monica lives!
Jax alleges to Sonny that if Nell tests positive as being the kidney donor, they'll have no choice but to tell Joss and there's no telling "what kind of toll that could take on her." What the hell? What toll? How many serial killers has her mother dated? She'll be fine. It's like these people don't have Google, for crap's sake.
Kiki looks a bit miffed that some other waitress is flirting shamelessly with Dillon, and then Morgan shows up with his dumb face, just twisting the knife in a little deeper that she chose this guy. Then Dillon and Kiki run into each other and hot coffee (or soup or tea or something that is hot liquid, I am not rewinding to confirm) and for some reason this really pisses Morgan off, because he is All Class. Oh wait, it's because this somehow knocked over the flowers that Morgan brought Kiki. THE HORROR.
Carly has full-on black lowlights at this point, this is not hair that I understand but I am no fashionista.
Is hair considered fashion? You see how not qualified I am to have opinions, but I just keep on keepin' on regardless. It's how we do, it's 2016 and this is the internet. Nell wants to go into education, focusing on kindergarten-aged munchkins.