In the Chesapeake Shores series finale, was there a happily ever after for the O’Brien family? Chesapeake hores Season 6 Episode 10 titled “All or Nothing at All” performed a fantastic job of tying up loose ends. Granted the limited time, the crew is given a pass on the few joyful endings that didn’t feel merited. It would have been terrible if any members of the O’Brien family had been abandoned. Here, most of the characters’ futures are clear to us, so that’s a success. Kevin and Sarah (Jessica Sipos) were delighted to welcome their healthy baby boy into the world. The happy moment set the tone for more of the same for the rest of the family, and it was a terrific way to start the episode. For a detailed explanation of everything that happened in the Chesapeake Shores Season 6 Episode, 10 Recap continue reading at tvacute.com.
Chesapeake Shores Season 6 Episode 10 Recap
Following the birth of little Mick (Treat Williams), Kevin (Brendan Penny), and Sarah’s baby, the focus of the episode changes to the preparations for big Mick and Megan’s impending wedding, which will take place at Jess’ B&B as soon as possible. There’s no use in waiting when you’ve already been married once. After their wedding, Mick and Megan (Barbara Niven) also intend to take that long-planned world cruise. This means that Megan will take a leave of absence from the Getty while Mick informs Abby that he is retiring and giving her the reins of the family construction company. However, he hopes she won’t make the same error he did by allowing work to take over his entire life. Kevin, a future doctor, chooses to submit applications to the University of Pittsburgh and Johns Hopkins.
Nell sends Megan a hairclip from Ireland as her “something new” before the ceremony, which makes Megan remember she had forgotten about that tradition. As something blue and borrowed, Bree (Emilie Ullerup) lends her a sapphire ring. When Megan runs into Mick, he makes the joke that he is something old, he dashes home in quest of something old. The antique wedding band that Mick had kept all these years after their divorce is then returned to her by Mick. After the couple exchanges vow, the family returns home and gathers around the fire pit with their significant others to watch the episode’s final moments. There are also some major announcements, boy! similar to a wedding! a pregnancy, too!
Abby (Meghan Ory) goes into Mandrake after Mick gives her the business, and she offers him a position as her right-hand man. Evan (Robert Buckley) later confides in Abby about his mother’s violent boyfriend and how their flight resulted in her vehicle accident. Then Evan reconciles with his natural father. It makes logical that Evan is now focusing on the future after facing his past. He brings Abby to his new home and tells her that he loves her and her entire family before popping the question with a heckuva rock. Naturally, Abby accepts his offer with joy. They both say, “I love you, and I like you,” taking a page out of Leslie and Ben’s Parks and Recreation notebook. Mandrake has an apartment in their new house that is located over the garage, yet he is still debating whether he wants to work for Abby or return to Evan. Abby says you never know what’s around the next corner, and just when you think you have everything figured out, something amazing comes along and shows you another way. She shows off the ring she’s going to marry.
Luke visits Bree to say farewell before departing the hospital against the doctor’s orders. He is leaving town because he doesn’t want to burden her with his difficulties. Bree declares her love for him and the fact that he is not entitled to make life decisions for her. Luke claims to love her as well, but he has no intention of attending the wedding because doing so would be inappropriate. Thankfully, just as the wedding is about to begin, the obstinate man changes his mind and unexpectedly arrives. He tells Bree that when things are too good, he doesn’t trust them, but she makes him want to.
David (Carlo Marks) is ecstatic. His first stop is to express his gratitude to Jess (Laci J Mailey) for stepping up and launching a new company. He is informed by Jess that they have already started trying and that she is eager to start a family. Margaret is upset with Connor for taking up the case of David’s father and completely ignoring her concerns despite the fact that she is a full partner. But when Margaret discovers that David’s father is being set up by his friend and that they can actually win this case, the frost between them begins to break.