New All Rise Spoilers For Season 2, November 30, 2020 Episode 3 Revealed
Hey, “All Rise” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed episode 2. Now that it’s officially all wrapped up and in the bag, we are on here to tell you what is coming up in the next, new episode 3 of All Rise’s current season 2, which is due out next Monday night, November 30, 2020.
The terrific CBS folks delivered up a couple of teaser descriptions for episode 3 via their official episode 3 press release. So, we’re going to drop those on you right now. Let’s get started.
First off, CBS has revealed that episode 3 is officially entitled, “Sliding Floors.” It sounds like episode 3 will feature some very interesting, intense and dramatic scenes as Lola comes to the realization of her own biases.
Lola also thinks about single motherhood and talks to her unborn baby. Mark contemplates reopening a certain case after is causes major drama and more!
We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Lola situation. It turns out that Luke’s cases will be in motion in this episode, and Lola will be presiding over it. These particular cases will cause Lola to take a second look at her own biases. This, in turn, will cause her to encounter conflict with Judge Benner.
CBS’ official description for this Lola and Judge Benner scenario reads like this, “Presiding over Luke’s cases forces Lola to acknowledge her own implicit biases and brings her into conflict with Judge Benner.”
An alternate description reads like this, “LUKE EXPERIENCES FIRSTHAND THE RANDOM INEQUALITIES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM AS HE PROSECUTES TWO NEARLY IDENTICAL CASES.”
The second spoiler scoop reveals that Lola’s husband will currently be in Washington D.C. So, she will be all by her lonesome. While Lola is alone, she will use that time to think about what it would be like to be a single parent. She will also talk to her growing, unborn baby.
CBS’ description for this latest Lola storyline reads like this, “On the home front, while Lola’s husband, Robin, is in D.C., she ponders single motherhood and carries on a one-sided conversation with the new baby growing in her stomach.”
The 3rd and last teaser description reveals that Mark is going to do something to stir up some heavy friction between he and Amy in this episode. Apparently, Mark wants to reopen an investigation that’s possibly as old as time itself, and that’s just not going to jive well with Amy.
CBS’ description for this Mark and Amy storyline reads like this, “Mark contemplates reopening an old investigation that causes friction between him and Amy.”
Will Mark and Amy be able to work through this issue? That’s a very important question for this particular scenario. Whatever the case, it certainly sounds like this storyline will present some dramatic and intense scenes for you guys when next Monday night rolls around.
Episode 3 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Regina Holyes as character (Tiara Gage), Li Eubanks as character (Maya Gage), Rob Chesters Smith as character (DPD Andy Morton), Sterling Sulieman as character (Terrell Watkins), Tangie Ambrose as character (Sandy Debose).
Steven Williams as character (Tony Carver), Rebecca Field as character (Carol Coleman), Julie Follette as character (Bailiff), Paul Tracey as character (Deputy Byron), TBD as character (Luke’s Grandma), Jeff Doucette as character (Mr. Lewis), Mitchell Fink as character (Coach Gavin_ Maria Carmen as character (Mrs. Cortez) and Regina Holyes as character (Tiara Gage).
Episode 3 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Ryan Michelle Bathe as character (Rachel Audubon), Samantha Marie Ware as character (Vanessa “Ness” Johnson), Reggie Lee as character (Head DDA Thomas Choi), Suzanne Cryer as character (DDA Maggie Palmer), Mitch Silpa as character (DDA Clayton Berger), Ian Anthony Dale as character (Louis Bravo), Ahmad Dugas as character (Bailiff Deputy Douglas) and Shalim Ortiz as character (Joaquin Luna).
The season regulars that will be featured in episode 3 are: Simone Missick as character (Lola Carmichael), Wilson Bethel as character (Mark Callan), Marg Helgenberger as character (Lisa Benner), Jessica Camacho as character (Emily Lopez).
Season regulars continued: J. Alex Brinson as character (Luke Watkins), Lindsay Mendez as character (Sara Castillo), Ruthie Ann Miles as character (Sherri Kansky), Lindsey Gort as character (Amy Quinn) and Audrey Corsa as character (Samantha Powell).
Episode 3 was written by Damani Johnson, and it was directed by Pete Chatmon.
CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 3 of All Rise’s current season 2 is indeed scheduled to air next Monday night, November 30, 2020 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.
Alright guys.That’s all we’ve got for this latest “All Rise” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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