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Little Fires Everywhere

Little Fires Everywhere

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The intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. Explore the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, the ferocious pull of motherhood – and the danger in believing that following the rules can avert disaster.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Little Fires Everywhere

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E1

#1 - The Spark


Season 1 - Episode 1

The picture-perfect lives of the Richardson family are upended by the mysterious arrival of artist Mia Warren and her daughter Pearl in Shaker Heights, OH – an idyllic town founded on the utopian principals of harmony and order. Egged on by her guilty conscious, do-gooder Elena Richardson rents to the mother-daughter duo, irrevocably intertwining the fates of the two families.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 585 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E3

#2 - Seventy Cents


Season 1 - Episode 3

Party preparations for Mirabelle McCullough’s first birthday are underway as Mia helps Bebe search for her daughter. To Pearl’s dismay, Moody tries to take their relationship to the next level at the Homecoming dance while Izzy sends a message to April. Mia’s discovery at Mirabelle’s birthday threatens her newfound friendship with Elena.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 445 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E6

#3 - The Uncanny


Season 1 - Episode 6

In 1981, Mia begins studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where she meets the captivating photographer Pauline Hawthorne. Struggling to pay her tuition, Mia makes a decision that will change the course of her entire life. A young Elena questions past choices as she adjusts to life with a fourth child.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 410 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E2

#4 - Seeds and All


Season 1 - Episode 2

As Moody’s friendship with Pearl deepens, Elena’s relationship with Mia grows increasingly strained. Unsettled by a faulty reference, Elena snoops into Mia’s past while Lexie worries about her Yale admissions essay. Mia bonds with her immigrant co-worker Bebe Chow, who makes a confession with far-reaching consequences.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 491 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E4

#5 - The Spider Web


Season 1 - Episode 4

Moody is envious of Pearl's friendship with Lexie, as Lexie enjoys her newly sexually-active status with Brian. Inspired by Lexie, Pearl explores her budding sexuality and sets her sights on Trip. Mia and Elena find themselves at odds over Mirabelle/May Ling, which ends in an epic showdown and launches a custody battle.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 418 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E5
#6 - Duo
Season 1 - Episode 5

Bill Richardson has his hands full representing the McCullough’s in the custody case. Lexie finds out upsetting news and turns to Pearl for help. Elena goes to New York to search for clues about Mia’s past and enlists the help of an old acquaintance.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 407 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E7
#7 - Picture Perfect
Season 1 - Episode 7

Mia, Bebe, and lawyer Ed Lan prepare their case against the McCulloughs. Izzy grows closer to Mia over a shared experience while her relationship with Elena reaches a boiling point. Bill and Elena’s marriage is tested. Trip and Pearl continue to explore their relationship while Lexie and Brian consider ending theirs.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 397 votes.

Little Fires Everywhere - S1E8
#8 - Find a Way
Season 1 - Episode 8

Elena’s bombshell reveal to Pearl threatens to forever damage Pearl’s relationship with her mother. Moody feels betrayed when he discovers Trip and Pearl’s secret. And the jury’s divisive verdict triggers a series of catastrophic events, which leads three of our characters to leave Shaker Heights for good.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Little Fires Everywhere from 403 votes.

Last updated: apr 20, 2021



[spoiler] Not sure why Mia made the bitch face all the time. [/spoiler]


Dont waste your time! What a sh*t show!


I thought this was a brilliant ending. First watching the show I thought it was a bit soap opera like and one dimensional, but the characters did flesh out well for the most part. The two main characters were complex and I don't think the writers wanted it to be good v bad because they were both very complex just like in real life I guess. I was sweating from watching this so that is always a good indicator it was good as it only happens when I'm on tenterhooks watching a show or movie (haha), unless I have a medical condition I should check out.


This show is terrible... I had to suffer through it cause there was nothing else on and my wife wanted to watch it. She even commented "It's not the worst show we've ever watched" to which I replied "Yeah, but we've never sat through 8 episodes of crap this bad before!" It's a long drawn-out soap opera that has no point and is a complete waste of 1's and Zero's along with any money invested in this train wreck. There is no one in the show that is even remotely interesting or even likable. Lexi Underwood is the only one that is not insufferable and you wish would just go away. Either Kerry Washington is a superb actress or she's really just a horrible person - I don't know, but I hated her from the beginning. I give this mess a 1/10


pretentious, unbelievable story points, unlikeable characters who don't do anything remotely rational and none of it is ever questioned. this show was just infuriating. if you were expecting something great like big little lies, don't bother watching this


It was good show but a bit over dramatic. Also this would’ve worked better as 6 episode format. And the ending was so stupid...OK I take it back. It was an OK show. I hope they don’t make 2nd season.


This show is the kind of series that I hope never has a season two not because it was bad but because it was so perfect as is. My wife wanted to watch it so I was along for the ride but it was instantly luring me in. Both leads are solid actresses playing good characters. The kids were doing believable kid stuff without stooping to obvious manufactured drama that were a series of bad decisions. Instead the story gives difficult situations to navigate without a clear "good guy vs bad guy". Here there be SPOILERS... Watching Reese play the entitled white savior was amazing. Seeing how obsessive feud consumed her weakening her already failed family bonds was riveting. Mia was a perfect example of a good person making mistakes and owning up to them but damn she had no problem going on a warpath. Both sides were written well enough to care about and agree with. I could speak about all of the great characters in this drama. Love it


Amazing!! Really! One of the best TV Shows I ever watched. Amazing actresses too, that really gave a perfect tone to the story the interpreted. I don't know if I want a second season, cause this season has a perfect ending alone. It could continue, but the ending was good enough for me.


A story in which the lives of white people are destroyed by one black woman.


One of the most intriguing shows I have seen in the last years. And I think it is almost one of the most polemical ones not because the plot itself but because the actions and way of thinking of the characters. I really loved it. I did not give 10 because I am not sure about the last episode, everything passed very quickly.

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