The Family Recap Episode 3: “Of Puppies and Monsters”

By Ann Jackson | Mar 14th, 2016

In case you missed The Family, Episode 3"Of Puppies and Monsters" do not worry, we have you covered!  Check out the full episode RIGHT HERE! Short on time? Check out The Family recap, a video filled catch up on all of the drama that you may have missed.

FBI Agent Gabe Clements joins the investigation and makes it clear to Nina how he would like to handle the case. Nina interviews a seemingly innocuous refinery employee, but later we see that she has a questionable connection. Despite Claire's objections, Adam Warren agrees to return to the bunker to see if anything will trigger his memory, and when he’s down there alone, it becomes evident that he is hiding something.

Watch Adam's dramatic return to the bunker:

Claire's motives are questioned when she ends her national interview with an emotional plea. Meanwhile,Hank's plans to get his life back on track are derailed when the Warren family brings attention to him again.

Watch the emotional interview now:

In the past, John’s hesitancy to provide an alibi for some missing time has repercussions on his relationship with Claire. Bridey continues to follow her leads, but her contact with the family is put into jeopardy when Danny makes a discovery.  We learn Willa and John share a secret when Nina investigates the 911 call that led the cops to search Hank’s house. 

Watch the night that changed everything for Hank: 

Hank plans to get his life back on track are derailed when the Warren family brings attention to him again.

Be sure to tune in for Episode 4, “Feathers or Steel” Sunday March 20 at 9/8c.”


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The Family stars Joan Allen as ClaireAlison Pill as WillaMargot Bingham as Sergeant Nina MeyerZach Gilford as DannyLiam James as AdamFloriana Lima as BrideyMadeleine Arthur as Young WillaRarmian Newton as Young DannyRupert Graves as John and Andrew McCarthy as Hank.



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