CBS’s entertaining with spooky comedy Ghosts episode 14, Sas focus on their shared goal of impressing their parents. The presence of Román Zaragoza’s real-life father, Gregory Zaragoza, grounds this story in real-life father-son relationships. After watching episode 14, Fans are now eager to discover more about the new episode of Ghosts (2021). At www.tvacute.com, you’ve come to the perfect place to get the Ghosts Season 1 Episode 15 synopsis and trailer.
Ghosts Season 1 Episode 15 Spoilers
Thursday’s Ghosts’ new episode 15 is titled “Thorapy.” In this episode, we will see When Sam (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) urge the ghosts to bed together so they can get rooms ready for the B&B. Thorfinn’s (Devan Chandler Long) raucous night terrors soon prevent everyone from sleeping, forcing the arrival of a therapist who can only communicate with the Viking through Sam. The greater reveal includes Revolutionary War fop Isaac who has been living in denial for hundreds of years, only now facing his true nature when he feels compelled to seduce his new roommate, Hetty (Rebecca Wisocky). Their frustrated, mistaken passion scene is one for the books.
Ghosts (2021) Episode 15 Synopsis: – When Sam and Jay have the ghosts bunk together to free up rooms for guests at the bed-and-breakfast, they learn that Thorfinn has been having night terrors, which inspires Sam to enlist a therapist to help him.
CBS’s Ghosts Season 1 Episode 15 Release Date
New Series Ghosts Episode 15 will release on March 3. “Ghosts” premieres on CBS on Thursday. Each episode will premiere on Paramount+ on Thursday nights at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, (at 8 pm on NewsChannel5.) the same day it airs on CBS. The CBS All Access app has been renamed Paramount+, and you can now watch new episodes of “Ghosts” with Live TV the day after they premiere on Hulu.
What happened in Ghosts Season 1 Episode 14?
Sasappis gets to explore his origins as a storyteller for the first time, underscoring why the Lenape icon has been a secret weapon since his first debut on screen. Ghosts is wise to pair Sam and Sas up and then focus on their shared goal of impressing their parents. The presence of Román Zaragoza’s real-life father, Gregory Zaragoza, grounds this story in real-life father-son relationships. His final storytelling montage covers a lot of territory for the character when it matters. People are moved by a well-timed musical montage, and Ghosts takes advantage of this. If anything, Sasappis’ past gives this episode justification to portray his darker tendencies in a fresh light, one that allows us to appreciate the depth Zaragoza brings to this role and the poignancy his sarcastic character is capable of. This episode subtly demonstrates how dangerous Sas’ gift would be if he used it for bad ends. Sas, on the other hand, keeps his master manipulating abilities to a bare minimum while nailing his famed one-liners, providing a happy medium for all.