Casual Season 4
Casual season 4 started airing on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S4E8 Finale
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Vikings End Half With a Rather Casual Hail Mary - Slate - via Slate
Hail Marys should be difficult. Teams know they’re coming so they can pack the end zone and establish position ahead of the receivers. You have to actually defend the incoming pass, however, and the Detroit Lions forgot this important wrinkle just before halftime on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Tight end Kyle Rudolph didn’t even have to jump to catch Kirk Cousins’ desperate heave, and the Vikings took a 14-9 lead into the locker room.
Experts Explain What Smart Casual Is and How to Wear It in 2018 - via Thestreet
Women generally have more of a range when dressing for work. And with so many more options than their male counterparts, it can be that much more confusing when determining what "smart casual" actually looks like (especially when office guidelines are ambiguous).
Take A Walk Around BB Lemon, Washington Avenue's New Cozy and Casual Stunner - via Houston
The restaurant faces its sibling restaurant and predecessor, both of which get their name from restaurateur and owner Benjamin Berg. The 1,900 square-foot space looks a whole lot different than when it was home to nondescript bar Caddy Shack, and its exterior has been given a revamp with green paint and a bright, art-deco style neon sign with the restaurant’s name that is illuminated in vibrant yellow light at night.
Meghan Markle Wears Back-to-Back Casual Outfits on the Royal Tour in New Zealand - via Townandcountrymag
Sadly, with only two days of the royal tour left, these two casual outfits are among the last that we'll see from Meghan in Oceania. But with both formal receptions and nature tours on the schedule, we'll at least get to see how she styles herself for a variety of occasions—including (fingers crossed) a gown or two.
The 'Casual' Habit That Could Get Meghan Markle in Royal Trouble - via Travelandleisure
But as far as we're concerned, Meghan should be allowed to put her hands in her pockets all she wants, especially while traveling. After all, she’s not carrying a purse, and she’s on the go for the second week in a row, and needs somewhere to put her hotel key, right?
Previously on Casual: Valerie tries to repair her relationship with Laura while confronting resentments she harbors towards Dawn. Alex resolves to embark on an epic camping trip – but is epically derailed.
In their shortest season, the writers really go for it, too. Episode 5, “The Last Super Bowl,” barely ties its story to the series’ roots in the internet, dating apps, and A.I. Instead, it’s about celebrating the NFL’s last game — take that as you will. An episode like this, based in <...> - by indieWire [Ben Travers]
I have to laugh at the fact that a man who made all his money by designing a dating website and who has used them for years fell for such an obvious ploy. The virtual reality makes everything feel too real and made him too trusting. Meagan is a medical student by day and TV obsessive by night. While Lorelai Gilmore and <...> - by Tell-Tale TV [Meagan McNicholas]
Casual gets extra credit for exploring all that, as well as other cultural changes — FYI: the NFL is on the verge of dissolving — without ever being flashy or silly about it. Like everything in this series, each new device or development is presented as something completely organic to the world in which these <...> - by New York Magazine/Vulture [Jen Chaney]
A bit of a refresher: Season three followed Alex and Valerie dealing with their father’s death — a particularly trying time for Valerie after learning some interesting news about her father — and the co-dependent siblings navigating their new dynamic. Casual has created a voice for itself through the <...> - by ATVandCity - Season 4 [G.P.]
Perhaps the least affected by the time jump is Valerie. For her, the past four years have brought more ennui than change, a listlessness that pushes her to make a dramatic decision at the beginning of season 4, one that will inform the entirety of the character’s final arc. When compared to the relationship <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]