The Unicorn

Aired: Sep 26, 2019 , Thursday at 20:30 on CBS

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Episode Summary: As a sometimes ill-equipped but always devoted single parent to his two adolescent daughters, Grace and Natalie, Wade is taking the major step of dating again. His supportive and compassionate best friends, Forrest and his wife, Delia, and Ben and his wife, Michelle, are thrilled he's resurfaced and enthusiastically offer to help set up his online profile.
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Losing a spouse is devastating. While many people think it's similar to divorce, it's not. By a longshot. Believe me, i know. My husband dropped dead of a heart attack at 42 leaving me with a young son to raise. That's why The Unicorn is so relatable. And on The Unicorn Season 1 Episode 1 we get a glimpse into Wade's (Walton Gogg[ns) life and how he maneuvers through his loss and tries to keep his family on track. Not only that, he begins to delve into the w... more

 
 
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