New ‘Insecure’ Spoilers For Season 4, June 7, 2020 Episode 9 Revealed

New ‘Insecure’ Spoilers For Season 4, June 7, 2020 Episode 9 Revealed

Hey, “Insecure” fans. We are back on here to give you guys another great spoiler session article. In this one, we’re going to be talking about a few scenarios that are set to play out in next week’s new episode 9.

The lovely folks over at HBO were kind enough to serve up a couple of teaser descriptions for episode 9 in their episode 9 press release. So, that is what we’ll be working with as a source for this article. Let’s get into it.

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To start, we’ve been informed that episode 9 is officially labeled/titled, “Lowkey Trying.” It sounds like episode 9 will feature some pretty interesting, possible funny and dramatic scenes as Issa considers doing a favor for Nathan.

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Dr. Rhonda and Andrew want Molly to handle things differently. Issa is looking to make amends and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Issa and Nathan situation. It turns out that Issa will have a pretty interesting moment with Nathan in this episode. At some point, we’re going to see Issa decide to possibly do a platonic favor for Nathan.

HBO’s official description for this Issa and Nathan storyline reads like this, “Issa (Issa Rae) considers doing Nathan (Kendrick Sampson) a platonic favor.”

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What will this platonic favor consist of exactly? That’s a big question we’ll be looking to see get answered in this episode. Whatever the case, it sounds like this plotline will give us some interesting scenes depending on what this platonic favor turns out to be.

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The second spoiler scoop reveals that Dr. Rhonda, Andrew and Molly will have a very significant moment in this episode. At some point,Dr. Rhonda and Andrew will pull Molly to the side and ask her to contemplate possibly making some changes in the way she deals with people who have totally pissed her off.

HBO’s description for this Dr. Rhonda, Andrew and Molly scenario reads like this, “Both Dr. Rhonda (Denise Dowse) and Andrew (Alexander Hodge) ask Molly (Yvonne Orji) to consider a different approach in dealing with people who’ve wronged her.”

Will Molly consider changing her outlook on this issue? That’s a question for this particular storyline.

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We’re not sure if Molly will take Molly and Andrew’s advice, but we do know she’s going to get into some sort of argument with Andrew in episode 10. So, get ready to see some drama go down between those two in a couple of weeks.

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The 3rd and last teaser description lets us know that Issa will have another interesting storyline in this episode. In this particular scene, Issa will be busy trying to extend an olive branch to a certain someone or a group of people. We’re not sure.

HBO’s vague description for this Issa olive branch storyline reads like this, “Issa extends a timely olive branch.”

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Who will Issa extend this olive branch to? That is a very important question for this particular plotline. We do expect to see it get answered before the hour is up. It sounds like this storyline could feature some possible interesting scenes. So, get ready for it when next Sunday night rolls around.

Episode 9 was written by Grace Edwards & Eli Wilson Pelton, and it was directed by Kerry Washington.

HBO’s press release confirmed that the next, new episode 9 of Insecure’s 4th season is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, June 7, 2020 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

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

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