Whoa! The drama kicked up a notch on the July 15 episode of ‘Finding Carter.’ Carter met Crash, the town’s bad boy, and Elizabeth did not approve. The drama escalated even more when Carter invited crash to her house and taught Grant how to roll a joint!
The July 15 episode of Finding Carter was filled with a lot of drama. Carter (Kathryn Prescott) met Crash (Caleb Ruminer), the school’s drug dealer, while apologizing for her foam finger prank at the police station. Carter was intrigued by this bad boy, but after he taught Grant (Zac Pullam) how to roll a joint, Elizabeth (Cynthia Watros) told Carter to have nothing to do with him! The drama heated up on tonight’s episode of Finding Carter and we have your full recap!
‘Finding Carter’ Recap: Carter Meets A Bad Boy
After the FBI took over Carter’s case, Kyle (Eddie Matos) told Elizabeth that she did not have a single piece of solid evidence against Lori (Milena Govich). Elizabeth responded that, as a mother, she knew Lori would go to any lengths for her and Carter to reunite. Little did they know, Gabe (Jesse Henderson) found a list of Lori’s aliases on his dad’s computer and Carter eavesdropped on the conversation from the other room.
Carter went to the police station to apologize for the prank her and her friends had pulled in the mall with the foam fingers. Before Carter left the police station, she saw Elizabeth bring in a blond haired guy in zip ties. Interested, Carter asked Elizabeth who he was and Elizabeth responded with a “blond haired, blue-eyed piece of sewage.” Harsh![pmc-ndn videoid=”26402186″ playlistid=”16852″]
As Carter walked out the front door, Elizabeth ran after her because she wanted to have a conversation about boundaries. Carter did NOT think that this was an appropriate time or place for the conversation, but stubbornly agreed to Elizabeth’s 10 p.m. curfew.[pmc-ndn videoid=”26398505″ playlistid=”16852″]
After Carter left the police station she went to Bird’s house and told her friends about the conversation between her and Elizabeth. While she was mid-sentence, Crash — the guy Carter saw at the police station — appeared in the doorway. Crash apologized for not introducing himself because he was not exactly mobile. When Carter got up to leave minutes later, Crash stood up, grabbed her arm and told her that she did not have to leave. (Swoon.)
‘Finding Carter’ Recap: Elizabeth & David Kick Crash Out Of The House
When Carter came home before curfew, Elizabeth was happy, but it appeared that she regretted showing her approval when she learned that Carter brought friends home, including the guy she arrested earlier in the day.
While Carter and her friends raided the fridge, Elizabeth and David discussed Crash. David was happy that Carter brought her friends to the house, but he understood where Elizabeth was coming from when she listed all of the bad things Crash had done. The bottom line was that Elizabeth did not want a criminal in her house. (She is a police officer after all.)
Together, David and Elizabeth walked back into the living room and saw Carter and her friends dancing — harmless fun, right? Wrong! David became angry when he saw Crash teaching Grant how to roll a joint. Angry, he grabbed Crash, yelled in his face and told him to leave. Elizabeth told Carter the she did not want her to have anything to do with him. It seemed as though Carter might listen to Elizabeth this time, but then she walked up to Crash and kissed him! (Hooray!)
‘Finding Carter’ Recap: Does Elizabeth Want Max And Carter To Date?
While Taylor (Anna Jacoby-Heron) and Max (Alex Saxon) cooked in the kitchen, Elizabeth asked Max a harmless question: Why weren’t he and Carter dating? Max told her that they dated in the past, but they were better off as friends with occasional benefits. That night, Elizabeth pretended to kick Max out of the house. This made Carter want him to stay. Later, Carter found out that Elizabeth’s tough guy charade at dinner was just an act.
The next day, Crash waited for Carter outside the school because he wanted to apologize for what he did. He confessed that he wanted her to like him and give him a chance. Carter told him that he did not ruin his chances and got into his car. Crash drove to an empty parking lot and sat there until they heard police sirens.
Carter had a suspicion that the car Crash drove was not his when the sirens did not go away. When he didn’t answer, Carter told him to pull over so she could get out of the car. Carter called her dad to pick her up. On the drive home she told him that what she did was wrong and she was stupid because she could have gotten arrested. Carter was upset at how Elizabeth would react. David told her that she wasn’t home and she would never have to know. (Father and daughter bonding is the best!)
When David and Carter got home, they got out of the car and shared their first hug. Little did they know that Lori was sitting in a car watching them. Dun, dun, dun.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Carter and Max will get back together? Or do you think she will fall for the new guy, Crash? Let us know!
— Stephanie Bray
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