Forever: Official Description For “Best Foot Forward” Forever: Official Description For “Best Foot Forward”
Official ABC description with spoilers for the Forever episode Best Foot Forward Forever: Official Description For “Best Foot Forward”

“Best Foot Forward” is the title of the April 7 episode of Forever, and ABC has released a fairly lengthy description to promote it.

IOAN GRUFFUDDHere’s that write-up with new spoilers:

The uber-competitive and passionate backstage world of ballet is the backdrop for Henry and Jo’s next murder investigation. When a severed human foot encased in a blood-soaked ballet shoe turns up in a bin at the theater, Henry and the detectives race the clock to find the body in this high profile case. Flashbacks to 1929 Paris reveal Henry’s emotional experience with a female sculptor friend when drugs collided with the pressure of artistic inspiration. Meanwhile, things have heated up a little too quickly between Jo and Isaac for Jo’s taste, but Henry encourages her to overcome her fear of being hurt and take a chance on finding love. Abe engages Lucas’ help in tracking down Abigail’s whereabouts after leaving Henry. Finally, Henry contemplates whether he should try out Adam’s theory about the gun that originally shot and killed him.

Forever stars Ioan Gruffudd as Henry, Judd Hirsch as Abe, Alana De La Garza as Detective Jo Martinez, Lorraine Toussaint as Lt. Joanne Reece, Donnie Keshawarz as Detective Hanson and Joel David Moore as Lucas.

Guest starring in “Best Foot Forward” are Cuba Gooding, Jr. as Isaac Monroe, Carmen Cabrera as Eva, Andhy Mendez as Luis, Irina Dvorovenko as Odessa, Michel Gill as Dmitry and Elizabeth Gray as Valerie,

“Best Foot Forward” is written by Sarah Nicole Jones & Zev Borow and directed by John Kretchmer.


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