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A MILLION LITTLE THINGS Spoiler Alert: ‘ironic’ Delivered an Ominous Reveal

April 19, 2023 by  

Is Gary dying on A Million Little Things

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS – “ironic” – Katherine and Greta celebrate their wedding in spite of several setbacks. Regina faces tough competition, while Maggie and Gary navigate parenting decisions. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Darko Sikman)

[Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Wednesday, April 19 episode of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, “ironic.”]

For much of the Wednesday, April 19 episode of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, love was in the air.

Though Katherine (Grace Park) and Greta’s (Cameron Esposito) original plan for their wedding—on a boat!—was derailed by a storm, the duo tied the knot. And after years of guilt and miscommunication, Eddie (David Giuntoli) and Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) kissed.

But, alarmingly, mid-fight with Eddie at the reception, Gary (James Roday Rodriguez) had a bad coughing spell…and realized he had coughed up blood. Initially, Gary refused to get treatment and disrupt Katherine and Greta’s party, but ended the night by revealing to Maggie (Allison Miller) that they were headed to the hospital so he could be seen by doctors.

Earlier in the season, Gary received positive test results about his health—but he also knew he had to contend with battling cancer for the rest of his life, for however long that might be.

“For Gary, the return of his cancer and to know that this is something he’s going to be navigating his whole life, it makes him no longer scared of the screenings, no longer waiting for tomorrow,” A MILLION LITTLE THINGS creator DJ Nash previously told Give Me My Remote. “I think he very much is determined to live life to the fullest. Sort of the way Maggie was when we met her in the pilot. So I think he has a perpetual kick in the butt that happens, and we see an optimistic side of Gary, as he tackles this.”

At the time, Nash also acknowledged that, “Spoiler alert: All of these friends die. I don’t know if they told you, but everyone dies [eventually]. But really, I get asked the question, ‘Is Gary gonna die?’ And it’s like, ‘All of them die! That’s what happens.’ Whether they all die on camera is sort of the hold-your-breath part of this. I’ve had a community that I’ve been telling the story about for five seasons. When you are battling cancer, or when you’re battling depression, sometimes you beat the disease and sometimes the disease beats you. And you don’t know that ahead of time.”

Nash also allowed that some of the storylines this season might be tough for viewers. “I know the stories that we’re telling, whether it’s about breast cancer, depression, being physically challenged, they’re some really personal stories that have resulted in those members of those communities watching our show and following it,” he said. “So as I said, I’m not sure everyone will love every single story turn we take this year, but I hope that all of them will understand and feel that they’re authentic.”



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