The paternity of Delilah's baby was revealed on A Million Little Things Season 1 Episode 6, but it will remain a secret for now.
Also, Regina discovered Rome's letter and learned the truth about his depression in one of the most outstanding scenes of the series so far.
Join TV Fanatics Christine Orlando, Rachelle Lewis, and Jack Ori as they discuss a complicated hour.
What are your thoughts on Delilah admitting that Eddie is the father and her decision to keep the baby?
Christine: On a practical level, I was hoping the baby wasn’t Eddie’s, but I suppose this keeps that drama going. The problem is that I don’t particularly care for Eddie and Delilah together. I don't think she loves him, and I hate the thought of having to watch her lie and him being broody and whiny for many more episodes.
Rachelle: I knew she was lying to Eddie when she said the baby was John’s. I honestly thought she was not going to keep the baby and was happy she did, as well as that she came clean with Eddie.
I agree with Christine I don’t think Delilah loves Eddie either. I also don’t think Eddie is going to be able to keep the fact he is the father secret. I understand both of their reasoning, but it is going to blow up in their faces. I am intrigued to see the storyline play out over the course of the season.
Related: A Million Little Things Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Unexpected
Jack: Ugh. First of all, I hate stories about lying about a baby's paternity with a passion, even if in this case the non-father is dead and will never know about the lie.
Secondly, Eddie is seriously mixed up, was struggling not to drink this whole episode, can't decide if he's in love with Katherine or Delilah, and doesn't need to be bonded to her through a baby that's secretly his.
Regina finally knows Rome's biggest secret. React!
Christine: That was a fantastic scene, although I wish Rome would have told her instead of her finding his suicide note. Rome and Regina love one another but life is still complicated. I only hope that Rome has learned that things are better when they try and deal with it all together.
Rachelle: It was amazing! I liked that she found his suicide note, and it forced him to come clean. I don’t think he ever would have told her, and it was weighing on him so much.
I loved Regina’s reaction to his admission. She was mad, but she was also there for him. Regina would never give up on Rome, and I think he needed to truly see that. Even in the best of relationships, people need to be reminded they are loved, not alone, and their partner will always be there.
Jack: This scene made me cry. It was so raw and realistic, especially coming right on the heels of Gina's mother drama and Rome's secret of being unopposed to having kids. At first, I thought Gina found something about him wanting to have kids, so for it to turn out to be the suicide note was twice as powerful.
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