The Unicorn

Aired: Oct 03, 2019 , Thursday at 20:30 on CBS

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Episode Summary: Wade suddenly finds himself in a "relationship" he has no interest in when he has trouble turning down a second date. Also, Wade tries to understand when Grace struggles with her social media posts.
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Breaking Up is Hard To Do

Getting back into the dating game after 20 years is hard. On The Unicorn Season 1 Episode 2, Wade has no idea what he's getting into when he dates another woman. He doesn't want to be mean. He's too nice of a guy. And he wants to feel normal. Getting back to normal isn't an easy thing to do either because where do you begin? All of them want to get back to normal, but it's not an easy thing to do after your life is turned upside down. more



The Unicorn's Michaela Watkins on Toning Down Delia's Breakdown, and [Spoiler]'s 'So Sad' Departure

Big steps were made on Thursday’s edition of The Unicorn. As Wade (played by Walton Goggins) introduced his daughters to his seemingly perfect new gal, while Delia (Michaela Watkins) finally came to terms with her own personal grief over Wade’s late wife, Jill. At the gang’s joint tag sale, Team Mom Delia tried to instill in young Natalie and Grace that the memories of their lost mother are... more

'The Unicorn' Review: CBS Snags a Magic Cast for a Sitcom That's Ready to Fly

If you miss having a steady influx of mid-budget family comedies in the multiplex, consider “The Unicorn” an instant fix to your absent “Instant Family.” Like “Single Parents” on ABC (and, arguably, “Bob’s Burgers” on Fox), the new CBS sitcom starring Walton Goggins aims for the heart of modern, middle-aged parents — not the same folks who fall for the CBS brand of fast-f... more

TV Review: 'The Unicorn'

“The Unicorn’s” first very smart move is to begin well into the situation it depicts. Its central character, Walton Goggins’s Wade Felton, has been mourning his wife for a year; he and his daughters (R... more


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