This week, Melanie is evacuating a hurricane double-whammy, Brianne hits up Taco Bell in her wedding dress, Melanie is inspired to step up her jammy game in case she ever has to watch her house burn down in the middle of the night, firefighters don't need an address to locate a fire, a Prince Charming with bleach blond hair and a Hummer comes along, Brianne tempts litigious Indiana men, there's a derpy brother named Bob, a renowned arsonist sucks at starting fires, good henchmen are hard to find, Melanie comes up with a super lame spy name, we plan our dead/dying/missing branding, and a subdivision explodes.
Content warnings: explosion, house fire, teenagers whose parents are in peril, child in peril who survives, death of a young couple, horrific house fire death details, PTSD in a firefighter, vague mention of domestic violence, arson.
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