Gil gets shot in Ginny and Georgia Season 2. Georgia goes downstairs, believing Paul has returned, but it's Gil who greets her. He launches an attack on Georgia. Although viewers think Austin got shot, it is Austin who then shoots his father, Gil, in the arm with the revolver he found concealed in the house. However, nothing big has happened to him. Gil's injured arm is stitched up by Georgia.
Ginny & Georgia on Netflix, which follows the titular mother and daughter combo played by Antonia Gentry and Brianne Howey, has given viewers what they've always wanted. Ginny and Georgia try to find their place in their new life in the utopian community of Wellsburg, a la Stars Hollow from Gilmore Girls. Fleeing a deadly past, Georgia relocated her children to Wellsbury to live the life she'd imagined since she was 15 and met Joe (the younger version played by Yatharth Bhatt) at a rest stop.
Georgia appears to have accomplished everything she has ever desired after becoming engaged to Wellsbury Mayor Paul Randolph (Scott Porter), yet her son and daughter now live with Ginny's father Zion (Nathan Mitchell) in Boston, when season 2 begins. However, as the season passes and both of her children return home, this changes.
Ginny narrates Season 2 Episode 9 and tells viewers that her mother, Georgia, always encouraged them to keep on alert. We then hear a gunshot inside their house, but the scenario is unknown. So, in Ginny and Georgia, who gets shot? Let us investigate.
Gil Gets Shot by Austin in Ginny and Georgia Season 2!
We hear a gunshot in lovely Wellsburg at the close of episode 8 of Ginny and Georgia. But we don't find out what happened until episode 9, which goes into greater detail about what happened in episode 8.
Let's take a moment back, before the gunshot, Ginny (Antonia Gentry ) (@_antoniagentry_ ) rushes home in tears, telling her mother that Marcus had broken up with her. She consoles her. Austin has returned home as well, and he is visibly traumatized by what he has seen his mother do. Georgia goes downstairs, believing Paul has returned, but it's Gil who greets her. He launches an attack on Georgia. Georgia reaches for a knife, but he continues to injure her. Austin then shoots his father, Gil, in the arm with the revolver he found concealed in the house.
As, per Netflix Life, Georgia takes the rifle from Gil and points it at him. She tells Gil to stay put and begs his children to help clean up the mess before Paul gets home. However, nothing big has happened to him. Gil's injured arm is stitched up by Georgia. Paul returns home to see Georgia and her children all happy. On the wall, he notices a drawing (the one Austin did to cover up the damage caused).
Georgia checks in with her children after speaking with Paul. Ginny wonders why Georgia never told them about Gil, but Georgia explains that she was young and stupid, with no other options. Gil is the last person Austin and Ginny want to see. In a flashback, a younger Georgia examines a positive pregnancy test.
As if the gunshot incident wasn't bad enough, Gil wants money from Georgia - specifically, Paul's money, which Georgia will have access to once she marries him and the private investigator hired by Kenny's ex-wife (Georgia's deceased husband's ex-wife) to look into Georgia's suspected involvement in Kenny's death is still sniffing around. When things become too much for Georgia, she cancels her wedding and prepares to depart with her children to a new location.
When Ginny discovers what her mother is up to, she persuades her to tell Paul the truth about her history. She tells him everything, from how she took money from his office to show that adorable family photo he adores on the kitchen wall covering up a bullet hole. When the situation becomes too much for Paul, he walks out, but the next morning he messages Georgia to meet him at his office, where he is accompanied by a lawyer, a police officer, and Gil.
Paul informs Gil that he will not receive any money from his family and that he would have to battle for custody of Georgia and his son Austin. Something Paul knows Gil does not want because he is an ex-convict, and an ex-convict receiving custody is unlikely to look good in court. After he leaves, Paul says that he is still madly in love with Georgia and wishes to marry her.