This article contains spoilers for Firefly Lane season 2, part 1.
Has it been a Netflix and chill kind of weekend? Yep, we feel you! As we wind down for the festive season and get ready for the Xmas party circuit, it's great to get a weekend of relaxation down before we become seriously booked and busy.
On your streaming adventures, you've probably come across Firefly Lane, the Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke-starring drama about two long-term BFFs Tully and Kate who go through a range of trials, tribulations and triumphs together.
Season Two has just dropped and it answers a long-held question that fans have been waited on since the close of season one. Basically, the last season ended on one hell of a cliffhanger after Kate banned Tully from attending her dad's funeral and basically announced that their friendship was over. Due to the structure of the season, it wasn't revealed *why* exactly they had fallen out.
The new season answers this question, with it being shown that Kate's daughter Marah was badly injured while being looked after by Tully. Specifically, as she turned at a green light, Tully's car was hit by someone running a red light - causing serious harm to Marah. However, Tully had been drinking prior to entering the car and was arrested for driving under the influence at the scene of the accident.
Obviously, this plotline deals with some serious themes and was likely always going to prove contentious - especially with the context that high school-aged Tully was actually picking Marah up from a party filled with older men and alcohol that left her so uncomfortable she had to hide in a pantry.
Understandably, viewers had a range of reactions - especially as to whether or not Sarah was justified in cutting Tully out of her life in this way.
While some Twitter users directly referenced this scene in particular, other viewers weighed in in a more general way about Tully and Kate's friendship and who, exactly, is the one at fault for the continuing tensions between the pair and whether is was ever healthy to begin with.
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