About an online game of truth or dare gone wrong.
Stop lying to people on the Internet, America!
Don't be fat. Don't be poor. And if you are, lie about it. This is America.
Our favorite MTV reality show had its season two finale last night.
A fly catfish who nearly passes for a dude poses as a well-known rapper.
You want to root for a guy like Derek to find love, but c’mon, dude, open your eyes.
“She’s bigger than I thought she was.” Cue the dramatic music!
Boys, boys, boys.
Was last night the first time the phrase "con artist" was used on Catfish?
Nev and Max served up a double-catfish blue-plate special last night.
Last night's episode introduced a new breed of catfish.
Weapons of mass destruction, what?
Last night's episode got serious with talk about PTSD.
Know your Catfish, so you don't get ... caught.
Twitter talk around Catfish's mid-season check-in resembled the idle gossip at a typical class reunion.
Twitter users set their sights on Kristyn's glass eye.
This week, it was difficult not to feel for the catfish.
"And that's awesome!"
The rulebook goes out the window when you’re dealing with a sociopath.
Last night was some real male privilege bull.
Finally, a happy ending.
Last night’s Catfish was, hands down, the most shocking episode to date.
This week, Catfish had a catfight.
One woman talks online to her fiancé for more than two years without ever meeting him.