Welcome to Sweden Spoiler: Separate Lives/Home [WATCH VIDEO]

By Rachel Cruz | 3 years ago
Welcome to Sweden Spoiler: Separate Lives/Home [WATCH VIDEO]
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Welcome to Sweden” Season 1 Episode 8 “Separate Lives” and Episode 9 “Home” will air on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on NBC. This will be the show’s season finale, so read on for some hints about what will happen in the episodes. Before anything else though, here’s a quick recap from last week.

Previously in “Parents,” Wayne and Nancy, Bruce’s dad and mom, arrived to Sweden for short visit. They met Emma’s family and had lunch together, including Emma’s weird uncle. But Wayne, ever the traditional mid-Westerner, ended up offending his hosts and the rest of the family because of his conservative views on religion and marriage. Nancy, meanwhile, was drawn to Viveka’s secret stash of mushrooms and was high for most of lunch.

Bruce made it clear to his father that he made the right choice of moving to Sweden for love. While Wayne wasn’t thrilled about this, he at least respected his son’s decision.

Also in this episode, the couple had a pregnancy scare, but thank goodness it was a false alarm!

In the second episode entitled “Homesick,” wanting to get Bruce back to work for her, Amy Poehler, Bruce’s celebrity client, sent Aubrey Plaza to Sweden to bring Bruce back to America. Bruce, meanwhile, came up with a good idea of becoming a money manager for Swedish celebrities. He tried to land clients, but as there are no celebrities in Sweden, at least according to Amy Poehler, Bruce wasn’t able to have much success with this job.

Meanwhile, Viveka thought Bruce was depressed and sought a moment with him. Bruce revealed that he was just trying to immerse being Swedish, which is probably why he’s behaving differently. But Viveka, and even Emma, advised him to just be himself.

When Bruce told Emma that Amy offered him a huge salary if he would only return to work for her, his girlfriend was more than thrilled at the prospect.

Spoiler Alert: “Welcome to Sweden” Season 1 Episode 8 “Separate Lives” and Episode 9 “Home” airs on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on NBC

As published in sTVplus through an NBC press release, “Separate Lives” will have Bruce returning to the United States to help a client (Amy Poehler). But Emma is left behind in Sweden and starts having doubts about her relationship with him. What’s more, Emma’s ex-boyfriend, Marcus (Gustav Roth), is back in town. Will Bruce and Emma’s relationship survive the distance?

On the flipside, Emma and her mother, Viveka, spend a night out of town, but things will not  be turning out well.

The following episode, “Home,” will feature Bruce in a compromising situation with Aubrey Plaza. He will then plan on returning home to Sweden, but his other clients are making it too difficult to leave. Meanwhile, Emma and her brother Gustav devise a plan to reunite their parents.

The back-to-back episodes will also feature Claes Månsson, Patrick Duffy, Illeana Douglas, Christopher Wagelin and Per Svensson.

And that’s what you can expect from “Welcome to Sweden” Season 1 Episode 8 “Separate Lives” and Episode 9 “Home,” which will air on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on NBC. Check out a clip from the finale episode below.

NBC has also released a bonus episode, “Breakups,” which can be seen exclusively online. You can watch it here.

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Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/NBC/ Steff Geissbuhler, Chermayeff & Geismar

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