New ‘God Friended Me’ Spoilers For Season 2, April 19, 2020 Episode 20 Revealed

New ‘God Friended Me’ Spoilers For Season 2, April 19, 2020 Episode 20 Revealed

Hey, “God Friended Me” fans. We are back at you again for another round of spoiler scoops. In this article, we’re going to give you guys a spoiler breakdown for the next, new episode 20 that’s due to air next Sunday night, April 19, 2020.

The lovely folks over at CBS served up a brand new press release for episode 19. So, that’s what we’ll be working with as a source for this spoiler session. Let’s get into it.

For starters, CBS’ episode 20 press release informs us that episode 20 does have an official title. It is called, “Collateral Damage.”

It sounds like the new episode 20 will feature some possible intense, dramatic, emotional and interesting scenes.

In the new episode 20, the God Account will make a new friend suggestion for Miles. This new friend suggestion is a guy named Trevor. There’s a big problem that Miles has with Trevor though. You see, Trevor apparently blamed Miles for actually ruining his life when he helped Rose reunite with Lt. Freemont.

In light of this dilemma, Miles will actually contemplate the consequences of carrying out the wishes for the God Account when it comes to Trevor.

Eventually, Miles will decide to try and help Trevor despite all these problems we’ve mentioned. Miles will attempt to try and help Trevor resolve the feelings he has for Rose the day just before her wedding is supposed to take place. During this time, Miles will start to realize he has lingering feelings of his own for Cara!

CBS’ official description for episode 20 reads like this, “Miles weighs the consequences of carrying out the God Account’s wishes when his new friend suggestion, Trevor (Ben Rappaport),alleges Miles ruined his life when he helped Rose (Emma Thorne) reunite with Lt. Freemont (Zach Appleman), her former love and a previous friend suggestion.

As Miles tries to help Trevor resolve his feelings for Rose on the eve of her wedding, he realizes he has lingering feelings of his own for Cara.”


Will Miles be able to help Trevor? What will Miles do about his lingering feelings for Cara? Those are some very important questions for this particular episode.

Hopefully, we’ll see them all get answered before the hour is up next week. These storylines definitely sounds like they will feature some possible dramatic and intense scenes for you guys to look forward to. So, get ready for episode 20.

Episode 20 features a couple of guest stars. They are: Ben Rappaport as character (Trevor), Emma Thorne as character (Rose), Zach Appleman as character (Lt. Freemont), Kara Royster as character (Emily), Chosen Jacobs as character (Zack).

Guest stars continued: Jon Shaver as character (Charles Stephenson), Mimi Gianopulos as character (Marla Fields), Madeline Grey DeFreece as character (Listener), Meltem Gulturk character (Listener) and Rushanna Lewis as character (Receptionist).

Episode 20 features a couple of recurring stars. They are: Chris Conroy as character (Adam) and Cornelius Smith, Jr. as character (Corey).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 20 are: Brandon Micheal Hall as character (Miles Finer), Violett Beane as character (Cara Bloom), Joe Morton as character (Arthur Finer), Suraj Sharma as character (Rakesh Singh), Javicia Leslie as character (Ali Finer) and Erica Gimpel as character (Trish).

Episode 20 was written by Lydia Teffera & Sam Lifshutz, and it was directed by Darren Grant. The story is by Brett Ryland.

CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 20 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, April 19, 2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “God Friended Me” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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