Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood

  1. Episode 18 The Reunion: Part 2
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Reunion Recap: 9021-NO The season wraps with a reunion full of accusations, apologies, and Akbar.
  2. Episode 17 The Reunion: Part 1
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Reunion Recap: Screen Time A sweaty clamor for screen time characterizes a weird reunion filled with people being removed from the stage.
  3. Episode 16 Wedding Crashers
    Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Finale Recap: Nothing Is Promised A misbegotten vow renewal forms the centerpiece of a finale in which nothing is resolved, and nothing happens — much like this season.
  4. Episode 15 When Wigs Fly
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: No More Parties in L.A. A love triangle forms around Brooke Valentine as the season lurches toward its final episode.
  5. Episode 14 Oops She Did It Again
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Love and War Moniece and A.D. break up via text while, elsewhere, RoccStar continues to talk much louder than he needs to.
  6. Episode 13 Episode 13
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Rumor Has It Rumors fly as Lyrica has a messy gender reveal party and Apple Watts heads to jail.
  7. Episode 12 Last Tango with Paris
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: K. Michelle and Paris get into it in an episode filled with even more conflict than usual.
  8. Episode 11 Bad Grandmas
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Family Feud A game of Never Have I Ever goes awry in London, while back in L.A. an attempt to repair some relationships hits some snags.
  9. Episode 10 Mind the Gap
    Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Recap: London Bridget A girls’ trip to London hits some bumps, as does Teairra’s press junket.
  10. Episode 9 True Hollywood Story
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Bad Kid, W.O.R.S.E. City Teairra tries to explain herself to Brooke while, elsewhere, Bridget celebrates the release of her album.
  11. Episode 8 Sex, Lies and Videotape
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Real Friends Rumors swirl as the drama around Teairra Mari’s leaked sex tape deepens.
  12. Episode 7 Shaking The Table
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: Get Rich Or Die Fighting Fights break out all over the place in an eventful, explosive episode.
  13. Episode 6 Pretty Hurts
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: 808s and Food Fights The pros and cons (mostly cons) of butt injections get discussed before the episode devolves into a food fight.
  14. Episode 5 School of Rocc
    Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Recap: I Like Kandie The end of A1 Sauce and Lyrica’s marriage continues to send out shockwaves and a showcase proves to be a decidedly mixed bag.

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