As a matter of fact, I do. I'm not gonna be some third wheel. I fell in love with a new city. Meanwhile, Rakesh is disappointed to see his new love interest Jaya on a date with another guy, but it turns out the date had been scheduled before Jaya met Rakesh, and she is only interested in dating him. How are we supposed to figure out who it is? I don't know, but I'm pretty sure it will reveal itself the same way the tour did. At a loss, Miles consults with his father, who explains how a child losing faith can feel to a parent like losing them altogether.
Have you ever found any? He works at the planetarium. I've never connected with someone like this before. I'm offering you the chance to solve the greatest mystery of your life and you want to hang out with Cara and some random lady she met in the bathroom? Because I heard about weird stuff like this happening in New York but I didn't think that this was one of those places. His birthday is two days before mine so that's October 1st, 1983. No, I'm not picking you up. Best soft serve in the city.
Look, Rakesh, we just met and you're fun. Oh, that would be best. Miles and Cara hire Ray, an ex-police officer and private investigator, to find the boy. Uh, mind taking a look? And it was like fate, a reminder that there is someone out there for me. It doesn't even seem possible. People talk about fate or destiny like some things are meant to be but I don't believe in destiny. I've always felt like labeling your relationship, especially on Facebook, ruins things.
We need to get on this tour. She did not meet her in the bathroom. Central Park is totally different from the rest of New York. Yeah, I'm beginning to come around to that idea. Well, this is your lucky day. Be sure to subscribe, comment, and rate to stay up to date on all things God Friended Me, and who knows? I'm running the God account code through - the iDentitySeal server.
Your name is Jim Smith, right? You know, you make grand plans and then one day you wake up and you realize that you're a floor supervisor at a company that manufacture pipettes. But before we leave, I've been taking a picture of every place on Jim's list. You two are amazing, you know that? Do we really think the person behind the God account sent us here to find them? I'm slightly embarrassed to admit that while I should have seen the beyond obvious revelation that Bleaker was Jim, it went right over my head. A binary star looks like one star but it is actually two stars that orbit around each other very closely, making it seem like a much more massive star. Or they despise social media like your sister. Okay, you don't like labels.
We need to stop her from going home. I think people meet; there's an attraction; and they see what happens. I'm just going to donate it anyway. I just knew I had to shake my life up. Plus a few words from Joe Morton that inspired us.
The open source code that I mentioned on the tour? Even spiral galaxies abide by this ratio, right? This trip has been a total bust. Um, I need a bank of high speed processors to try and find any cracks in its firewall. What are we looking for again? You know, there is something that I've been wanting to ask you. The code that's going to help me track down my missing star? Then, Cara impressively and correctly pointed out Fliss as the first person they should try helping, while Rakesh somehow knew that Bleaker was connected to all of this. As a matter of fact, I recently did. Miles instead wants his show to be more of an open conversation.
Yeah, but can't she just find the guy on the internet? Okay, so my friend from high school, she just got married. Okay, the lady spilled her coffee and Cara went in to see if she needed our help. Mm, says the girl getting her M. If we find out who's behind this account, that will make for an amazing story. It can't end like this. In todays episode, Jaimi Alexander, Rochelle Pollard, and Mina Wahab discuss Cara and Miles going from first date to friends to that kiss! Well he wanted to get it repaired before he donated it. And now that we're here, together, under the stars, it's like we were meant to be.