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Friends drag Reggie out on the town to stop him from brooding over the revolution and Sam's new beau. But the night takes a harrowing turn.
The episode was rated 8.46 from 437 votes.
Gabe finally gets a chance to interview Sam for his documentary, but they both have trouble sticking to their promise not to make things personal.
The episode was rated 8.40 from 173 votes.
A family emergency draws Sam home, where she wrestles with feelings of guilt and stumbles across a piece of Winchester history.
The episode was rated 8.12 from 152 votes.
With tensions running high before the town hall, Sam tries to patch up her relationship, Coco steals Troy's thunder, and Lionel makes a bold move.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 354 votes.
Tired of living in Sam's shadow, Joelle strikes up a flirtation with a student outside the A-P circle who treats her like a queen.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 153 votes.
Shell-shocked, Sam and company plan a protest against the campus police, while Reggie finds his own way to process the ordeal.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 375 votes.
Lionel puts his fledgling romance in jeopardy as he teams up with Brooke to hunt down @AltIvyW's identity for an exposé.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 154 votes.
As the campus braces for Rikki Carter's speech, Sam and Lionel piece together the clues they've gathered on the secret society known as Order of X.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 151 votes.
With her political capital on the rise, Coco sets her sights on a new role. But a startling discovery forces her to rethink her future at Winchester.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 175 votes.
Picking up on the chemistry between Sam and Reggie, Gabe obsesses over the state of his relationship -- and makes a startling confession to Joelle.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 357 votes.
After bombing at a stand-up comedy set, Troy sets out on a shroom-fueled quest to find his true voice, connecting with friends and exes along the way.The episode was rated from 158 votes.
In the wake of the town hall protest, Sam finds herself at the center of an alt-right backlash and goes to war with a social media troll.The episode was rated from 199 votes.
As college radio host Samantha White leads the outcry over a blackface party on campus, a revelation about her love life puts her in an awkward spot.The episode was rated from 695 votes.
As Coco gears up for an exclusive soiree, a fight with Sam stirs up memories of their friendship -- and the differences that drove them apart.The episode was rated from 406 votes.
Coco jumps at the chance to join Troy at a party for wealthy donors, but the evening leaves her questioning his priorities.The episode was rated from 325 votes.
Buoyed by his front-page story on the party, shy reporter Lionel begins to come out of his shell and embrace his true identity.The episode was rated from 500 votes.
Still haunted by flashbacks to the house party, Reggie bounces from therapy to Bible study to drinking as he seeks an outlet for his pent-up emotions.The episode was rated from 177 votes.
While party-hopping on Pride Night, Lionel struggles to make small talk with strangers and decipher mixed signals from Silvio.The episode was rated from 173 votes.
To show just how pervasive Winchester's race problems are, Lionel sets out to write a feature on Troy and makes some unexpected discoveries.The episode was rated from 347 votes.
Golden boy Troy schmoozes his way around campus at his dad's behest, campaigning for student body president. But his smile hides nagging doubts.The episode was rated from 447 votes.
Last updated: jul 20, 2022
The fact that Dear White People has such a low rating proves the point of the whole show
I really wanted to give the benefit of the doubt to this show. The title is telling you that this show is going to be about the wall in the society that is race. I guess it was my fault expecting something more than that. After having to sit through 30 minutes of a badly written, directed and acted episode, I realized that the creator of this show only wants to fuel the hatred in the black society. The show tries to do this by diminishing the white race. (You're in an Ivy League college, who fucking asks "What are you?" to a black person?) But I'm sure the limited target audience of this show will love it.
Although (I am sure) lots of things slipped my understanding firstly because I am white and secondly because I am European, I believe that shows like this one are extremely necessary for understanding others, changing ourselves and making society a better place.
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