The season comes to a close with a pizza-delivery caper and some thoughts about parenthood.
A definitive guide to the Fab Five’s most cry-worthy moments.
An ode to Jordan, whose constant self-owns were a welcome comedic reprieve from a grim season.
Beth must finally decide: Kill, or be killed?
We better put Beth/Rio Make-Out Watch on indefinite hold.
Mary Pat is a very worthy foe for the ladies.
Welcome to the show, Allison Tolman!
“That wifey of yours who lived to make you dinner has left the building.”
The girls are cardigan-deep in a money-laundering scheme.
“Atom Bomb” moves the story forward in its grandest and most unexpected way yet.
Three episodes in, Good Girls nails a very tricky (and very funny) hour.
“She felt each [implant] like a sommelier would. Then she goes, ‘It’s number two.’”
A surprise appearance at Vulture Festival!
“Maybe they’ll get their act together, put me in that movie.”
“Mommy, are we bad because we’re white people?”
This episode was an emotional roller
Will it be India, Tatiana, or CoryAnne?
Kandi shows the receipts in full multicolor, one-sided, collated, triple-ply glory.
At this point, India is surely the model to beat.
We’ve reached the Final Five of VH1’s Little ANTM That Could.