Hoo boy was there was lot to unpack and digest in episode 12 of It’s Okay to Not be Okay. The signs where there all along that Moon Young’s mom may (1) not be dead, and (2) may be more evil than simply an emotional child abuser. The possibility that she may be the butterfly killer of Kang Tae and Sang Tae’s mom is obscene and yet even if true it should not change what the three leads have found together as a family unit. Moon Young and Kang Tae are abused kids, forced to grow up to young, and Sang Tae wears his enemy 24/7 which is his autistic disability. These three actually have bigger challenges than solving who killed the Moon brothers’ mom and I’m actually hopefully it’s all a feint and not Moon Young’s mom. It’s someone connected to her likely and still around to torment everyone, and whomever it is I hope the bitch burns in hell for hurting so many people already so traumatized and daring for a little happiness. I loved the ending of episode 12, when Kang Tae made his choice, but just as importantly that Moon Young and Sang Tae gave him space to take him time to come to his own decision.