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Sorry, A Million Little Things fans — the next new episode of season 4 won’t air on ABC for two weeks. But it certainly seems like it’ll be worth the wait. The A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14 preview teased pregnancy talks for Maggie Bloom (Allison Miller) and Gary Mendez (James Roday Rodriguez) when new episodes return. Katherine (Grace Park) and Greta Strobe (Cameron Esposito) take an exciting step together, and Rome (Romany Malco) shows his documentary at his old prep school. Here’s our breakdown of the promo trailer for “School Ties.”

[Warning: This article contains spoilers from the A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14 promo trailer.]

‘A Million Little Things’ Season 4 Episode 14 preview teases a tough conversation between Rome and Tyrell

The preview for A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14, “School Ties,” starts with Rome walking into an auditorium of kids clapping at his former prep school. His old friend, who now works at the school, Dre Washington (Keith Robinson), asked Rome to show his documentary to the students. However, in the final moments of A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 13, Rome confided to Tyrell (Adam Swain) that he plans to tell the students they have a racist dean.

“I’m doing this for the kids that went through the same thing that I went through with this place,” Rome defends his plan to Tyrell.

However, the young adult has a powerful response back to his adoptive father.

“I’m all for speaking truth to power, but have you thought about what it could do to the Black students who go there?” Tyrell asks Rome. 

Tyrell is excellent at defusing Rome’s impulsive ideas and suggesting constructive ones instead. So, hopefully, the pair will show and introduce the documentary positively.

Maggie and Gary talk pregnancy in the ‘A Million Little Things’ Season 4 Episode 14 promo

As the promo for A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14 continues, Gary and Maggie have pregnancy talks with separate people. In the trailer, Gary confides in Eddie Saville (David Giuntoli) about his worries over becoming a father.

“I thought I wanted to be a dad, but after all the stuff that happened with Sophie — what if I’m just terrible at it?” Gary asks Eddie in the trailer.

Then in another clip, Maggie’s doctor informs her that she’s running out of time to conceive a baby.

“You may not have 10 years of ovulatory life left,” the physician informs Maggie. 

Viewers don’t see the discussion between Maggie and Gary that brought on these parenthood and pregnancy questions. However, the ABC synopsis gives more insight.

“Now that Maggie and Gary have found their way back together, they take important steps to secure their future as a couple,” the ABC press release reads.

Could the “important step” be to harvest Maggie’s eggs to freeze for the future? Or is it only talking about having a family? Viewers will have to wait until A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14 returns on April 6 to find out.

Katherine and Greta attend their high school reunion together in ‘A Million Little Things’ Season 4 Episode 14

Although the A Million Little Things Season 4 Episode 14 trailer does not mention Katherine or Greta, they have an interesting storyline coming. According to the press release, “Katherine and Greta attend their high school reunion.”

Now that Katherine’s son, Theo (Tristan Byon), knows she is dating Greta, maybe she will tell the world. Or at least the microcosm of her former high school. 

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'A Million Little Things' James Roday Rodriguez talks worriedly to Allison Miller as they portray Gary and Maggie
‘A Million Little Things’: James Roday Rodriguez and Allison Miller | ABC/Darko Sikman

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Now, A Million Little Things fans will have to wait two weeks before season 4 episode 14 airs on ABC. The next new episode will not be released next week. Instead, A Million Little Things will return on Wednesday, April 6, at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.