TV Land’s new series Younger starring Hilary Duff and Sutton Foster aired its tenth episode on Tuesday night, “The Boy With the Dragon Tattoo.” The installment ended with the reveal of Foster’s on-air boy toy’s romantic new ink, but next week teases a break up. Yikes.
For those of you who haven’t been following the new series, Foster’s character Liza Miller plays a 40-going-on-26-year-old to land a job as a book editor after her married life in the suburbs takes a turn for the worst. Liza's newfound love, Josh (Nico Tortorella) comes covered in tattoos and, not to his knowledge, much younger than her.
Like every show with a secret (hello, Pretty Little Liars) Liza Miller walks the thin line of confessing her real age to Josh and her co-workers in every episode. This time, just as she’s about to word vomit all over her beau, he makes his feelings for her official and shows off the dragon he just added to his collection of arm tattoos (it looks really fake). After admitting to Liza, “It’s for you,” washing her already concerned face with a soaked sponge of guilt, she was left totally “speechless.”
Duff’s character (who’s always got a few drinks in her system), Kelsey Peters, the spitfire book editor that she is, cheers with excitement over Josh’s dragon tattoo in honor of Liza’s birth year. Now of course, we have to wait until next week to see where Josh’s new ink leads Liza in her will to come clean.