Welcome to the recap of Episode 4 from Season 2 of “The Summer I Turned Pretty”! In this episode, we dive deeper into
the lives of Belly, Conrad, and Jeremiah as they navigate their complicated emotions and try to save their beloved
beach house from being sold. Join us as we unpack the key events and moments from “Love Game”.
Conrad’s Anxiety Attack
brother, Steven, rushes to his side, offering support and guidance. Conrad reveals that these episodes have become
more frequent since his mother’s passing. They discuss the trigger behind this latest incident and Conrad shares
his concerns about leaving Jeremiah during this emotionally turbulent time. Steven assures him that he will keep
this conversation confidential.
The Open House and Julia’s Disinterest
disrupting the event, but they lack a concrete plan. Conrad engages in a private conversation with Julia, expressing
the sentimental value the beach house holds for everyone. However, Julia remains disinterested due to the costly
maintenance involved and her inability to afford it from across the country.
Belly’s Fib and the Malfunctioning Air Conditioning
She claims that Julia has called off the event when the realtor arrives. However, her fib is quickly uncovered.
As if by fate, the air conditioning suddenly malfunctions, leading Julia to cancel the open house after all. There’s
a subtle hint that Steven may have had a hand in this act of sabotage.
An Adventure to the Boardwalk
suggests heading to the boardwalk and invites Skye to join them. What starts as a casual outing soon turns into
a friendly competition between Team Belly and Team Conrad, testing both physical and emotional skills.
Triumphs and Bonds
Taylor in rock climbing, showcasing his strength and agility. The rivalry continues with a basketball match between
Belly and Conrad. Despite the friendly tension, the elderly couple bonds with each other, playfully teasing and
reminiscing. Belly ultimately triumphs over Conrad, claiming a cuddly toy as her prize.
Flashbacks and Past Heartbreak
particularly stands out, containing Conrad inadvertently hurting her when they were younger. Since her early teenage
years, Belly has always pursued Conrad wholeheartedly, even through heartbreak.
The Love Triangle Resurfaces
of events, suggesting that the love triangle is back in play. Belly also spends time bonding with Jeremiah, suggesting
her conflicted emotions. The rivalry between the two teams persists as they engage in a dance-off, resulting in
a tied score of 2-all after Skye triumphs over Jeremiah.
Laurel’s Emotional Conversation with Cleveland
Meanwhile, Laurel meets up with Cleveland in New York. He has been following her to the event, hoping to ask her
out on a date. During their conversation, they delve into the loss of Susannah and Laurel’s grief. Laurel admits
that she has been concealing her overwhelming sorrow from Belly to protect her. Cleveland encourages Laurel to
open up more to her daughter and share her feelings. However, Laurel is not yet ready to let down her emotional
“Love Game” takes us on an emotional rollercoaster as Conrad battles his anxiety, Julia grapples with the decision
to sell the beach house, and the love triangle between Belly, Conrad, and Jeremiah resurfaces. As the episode
unfolds, we witness the deep bonds between characters, the nostalgia of cherished memories, and the complexities
of navigating relationships. Stay tuned for the next episode as the summer continues to unfold.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is “The Summer I Turned Pretty” based on a book?
Yes, the series is based on the trilogy of novels by Jenny Han.
2. Are there more seasons of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” beyond Season 2?
No, Season 2 is the final season of the show.
3. Will Belly ultimately choose between Conrad and Jeremiah?
The love triangle between Belly, Conrad, and Jeremiah remains a central plotline, and the resolution is yet to be
4. Where can I watch “The Summer I Turned Pretty”?
You can watch the series on various streaming platforms or check your local TV listings for air timings.
5. Are there any spin-offs or related shows?
No, there are no known spin-offs or related shows to “The Summer I Turned Pretty” at this time.