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Ginny and Georgia Season 2 – What Happened to Tom Fuller?

Ginny & Georgia Season 2 premiered on Netflix this January and left viewers curious as to what became of Tom Fuller. Cynthia Fuller’s husband is seen in a vegetative state throughout the show; doctors have informed her that he may never recover or come out of his coma.

In the final scene of Ginny & Georgia, we witness Georgia being arrested for the murder of her former husband Tom Fuller. What does this portend for her future?

Tom Fuller

Fans of the Netflix show Ginny and Georgia may have been curious what happened to Tom Fuller in Season 2. As Cynthia Fuller’s comatose husband who was left behind when she moved to Wellsbury, Tom remains unrecoverable and doctors have predicted that he won’t make a full recovery or awaken.

Cynthia opens up to Georgia about how much she and Tom are struggling as a result of Tom’s illness, hoping that it will provide comfort. Though initially feeling threatened by Georgia, Cynthia soon warms up to her and realizes she isn’t the only one dealing with Tom’s comatose state.

As a result, they become friends. Unfortunately, it won’t be long before dark secrets start to surface between them.

Add to that, Cynthia’s son Austin (Diesel La Torraca) begins to unravel her secret and attempt to help her out. He claims he was hiding in a cupboard in Tom’s room when she killed him, yet it wasn’t until long after the wedding that police discovered what really happened.

Once police learn of Georgia’s plan to murder her comatose husband, they rush in and arrest her. The Season 2 finale of Ginny and Georgia concludes with PI Gabriel Cordova arriving to arrest Georgia for Tom Fuller’s murder.

Detectives are still uncertain as to why Georgia is suspected of murdering her husband, but it’s evident they aren’t satisfied with her actions. While they lack any proof against Georgia, it is certain she was present when Tom suffered a few nights before he passed away.

This is a major development, as it suggests there is no evidence to back up her claim that Tom died while unconscious. The only way to discover the truth is for a coroner to conduct an autopsy on Tom’s body and obtain the results.

Fans hope this is just the start of many revelations about Tom in Ginny and Georgia. It’s an intense story that leaves viewers with many unanswered questions moving forward.

Tom’s Illness

On Ginny and Georgia, Tom Fuller (Vincent Legualt) was diagnosed with a terminal illness that would ultimately take his life. Cynthia and Zach faced an uncertain future as Tom lay in a coma and on the verge of passing away, yet miraculously Tom managed to stay alive weeks longer than doctors expected.

When Tom was diagnosed, Steffanie Miller – Georgia’s sister-in-law – was eager to find a way to help him fight off infection. She reached out to researchers around the world in hope of creating a phage that could eradicate Tom’s bacteria. Texas A&M University scientists responded quickly and offered their lab as an incubator for finding solutions.

Tom’s wife Cynthia Fuller (Sabrina Grdevich) also attempts to help Tom cope with his condition, but is ultimately unsuccessful. When Tom entered a coma, Cynthia felt overwhelmed by how much pain it caused him and his family; additionally, she felt guilty for becoming frustrated over Tom’s slow decline in health.

One evening, Cynthia was talking to Georgia and expressed her desire for Tom’s suffering to end. This led Georgia to smother Tom with a pillow before calling out to Cynthia in the room. She indicated that it was time for Tom to go, as his machines began beeping violently.

Tom’s death scene was one of the most shocking moments in season 5, leaving viewers in complete disbelief. It proved to be one of the most unexpected turns for Tom throughout all season long.

Some viewers pondered why Georgia did it, while others worried about Tom’s son Austin. He had been playing hide and seek with Zach in Tom’s closet when the murder took place, so he witnessed it firsthand.

No doubt, the murder was shocking; however, Antonia Gentry and Brianne Howey recently revealed in an interview that they are eager to see what surprises are in store for viewers in season 2.

Fans are eagerly awaiting more details about Tom’s illness, but the show has an ongoing focus on mental health throughout its entirety. According to Sarah Lampert, its creator, they aim to help people manage their problems realistically.

Tom’s Coma

Tom Fuller’s coma is one of the most shocking developments in Ginny & Georgia season 2. As Tom progresses toward death, Cynthia struggles to cope with what is happening and it is incredibly heartbreaking for everyone involved.

In the season opener, Steffanie discovers Tom is unconscious and suffering from a deadly superbug resistant to all antibiotics. After several days passed, doctors informed Steffanie there was nothing they could do for Tom; their efforts had come to nothing.

Thankfully, Steffanie connects with scientists around the world who specialize in phage therapy. Through phages, researchers can fight superbugs and save lives.

After reaching out to phage researchers in North America, Steffanie discovered Dr Ry Young at Texas A&M university was eager to assist her. He offered to turn his lab into a command center for Tom’s treatment and even asked other scientists to send their phages over as well.

Once Steffanie had some phages available, she began inducing Tom’s consciousness with the aim of giving him a brief period in a coma so his brain could heal.

He suffered a variety of injuries during his accident, such as cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (a blood clot that prevents blood from draining out of the brain), a minor dissection of carotid artery, fracture to his temporal bone and stroke that got worse throughout the day.

As the weeks pass, Steffanie begins to worry that her husband won’t make it through the week. She fears he is too far gone to recover and that he won’t wake up at all.

At this point, Georgia decides to murder Tom. She knows her son Austin is hiding in a cupboard in Tom’s room, so she takes action to eliminate him from their lives.

She then goes to Tom’s room and strangles him with a pillow, calling Cynthia later to inform her of Tom’s passing.

Georgia is soon arrested for her murder, though she is unaware that Austin witnessed it all. As her son remains in the closet, he murmurs that he kept what he saw to himself.

Tom’s Death

In a heartfelt exchange, Cynthia Fuller (Sabrina Grdevich) and Georgia Miller (Brianne Howey) share their struggles with Tom’s illness with both of them and their son Zach. After sharing an intense discussion, Georgia makes the momentous decision to kill Tom and ease Cynthia and Zach’s suffering.

Ginny & Georgia season 2 begins promisingly, but soon becomes dark. When Tom’s condition deteriorates and recovery is no longer expected, the Fullers must face life without their father in a vegetative state. While this proves devastating for everyone involved, Cynthia especially struggles as she spends most of the season grieving her father’s absence and unable to move on.

Ginny & Georgia season 2 also revealed Tom Fuller’s death was connected to her past criminal activities, shocking everyone – especially Ginny who had previously been blacklisted from residing in Wellsbury due to her involvement. But Georgia saw it differently; her murders were justified because she was protecting herself and her family from abusive men.

However, police and private investigator Gabriel Cordova still arrest Georgia for her role in Tom’s death. While it may be a letdown to see her arrested for murder, the whole ordeal still comes as a complete shock.

Following the shocking Ginny & Georgia season 2 finale, viewers are left asking how and why Tom’s death was connected to her past criminal activities. But there’s more going on than meets the eye.

In conclusion, Georgia killed Tom with the hope that it would help Cynthia and Zach cope with their father’s illness and provide closure. She strangled him with a pillow in order to free herself and Cynthia from their grief, allowing them to finally move on with their lives.

Strangely enough, Austin (Diesel La Torraca) was present when Georgia snuffed out Tom. But he kept this information to himself because he feared it would ruin their friendship if he revealed it to his mother.

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