The third season premiere of "Necessary Roughness" was all about change. In fact, by the end of the episode, it felt like a brand new show. When the Hawks got a new coach who wanted Dani to tell him everything that happened in her therapy sessions, she refused. And just like that, she was let go.
Nico got her a new client under a sports management company. That one-time job turned into a full-time job offer by the end of the episode. John Stamos and David Anders joined the cast as her new bosses at this company. Their only catch to her joining their company full time? She had to go exclusive with them.
T.K. isn't going to take that well, though he might be finally ready to move out on his own as well. He tried to quit the team due to the new coaches unorthodox style, but Dani convinced him to roll with it. She also told him he might be ready to leave therapy. Does that mean he'll leave the show, too?
TV Fanatic wasn't surprised that Dani said yes. "“Money, prestige, and a handsome, charming boss," they wrote "Why would anyone turn down working with John Stamos?”
Buddy TV was enjoying the new energy Stamos brought to the show, but worries about Dani. "John Stamos is charming as Connor, but he's also extremely cunning as he demonstrates during the episode," they wrote. "He's going to be dangerous both professionally and personally for Dani. He's the type of guy that gets what he wants no matter the cost and has the ability to succeed.”
Will the Hawks still be a part of the storyline now that Matt has gotten married and left the team? Find out as the all new "Necessary Roughness" continues on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on USA.
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