Rome and Regina Reconnect After She’s Hospitalized – A Million Little Things

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    Regina (Christina Moses) is hospitalized after she was knocked to the ground by police during a George Floyd protest, and Rome (Romany Malco) wasn’t even allowed into the hospital to see her due to COVID-19 protocols. When they’re all back home, they take a moment to reconnect. From ‘A Million Little Things’ season 3, episode 13, ‘listen.’ Watch ‘A Million Little Things’ WEDNESDAY 10|9c on ABC, streaming, on demand, and Hulu.

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