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The crew heads to where they suspect Chantal is hiding, but when Dory is floored by a terrifying connection, things take a disastrous turn.
The episode was rated 7.82 from 343 votes.
The gang ties up loose ends before facing the reality that they might go to jail by midnight, leaving it up to Dory to figure something out.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 155 votes.
It's the tensest day of the gang's lives as the jury deliberates over Dory and Drew's fate.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 91 votes.
Alarming evidence surfaces that potentially obliterates Dory and Drew's chances of being acquitted. Elliott confronts his roots, and Portia attempts to make amends for testifying against her friends.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 92 votes.
Elliott takes the stand to testify for the defense. Portia's faith deepens, as does her bond with her new Christian friends. Drew makes a dangerously self-sabotaging choice, and Dory receives a terrifying message.
The episode was rated 7.52 from 84 votes.
The real Lylah appears, and the gang finally gets a solid lead on Dory’s whereabouts.
The episode was rated 7.49 from 78 votes.
As Elliott descends into insanity, the gang turns their backs on Dory, who begins working with Julian at a political campaign.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 155 votes.
The gang is invited to Chappaqua where they receive the key to the city for finding Chantal, while a police woman named Joy begins to uncover their tracks.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 173 votes.
The crew wreaks havoc on Chantal's sister's rehearsal dinner and have no choice but to pay off an unlikely source for Chantal's possible whereabouts.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 344 votes.
After finding the not-so-missing Chantal and killing the not-so-villainous Keith, the gang is faced with the horrifying task of trying to bury a body before the sun comes up.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 207 votes.
Dory and Drew receive a visit from Officer Joy Hartman, make a shocking discovery, meet up with Elliott, and make it to Portia's play on time.The episode was rated from 153 votes.
Dory meets a handsome private investigator who guides her through a risky adventure to probe deeper into Chantal's personal life.The episode was rated from 379 votes.
The crew drops in on a sinister cult tied to Chantal's disappearance, but they reassess their situation when Dory and Drew come home to a threatening note.The episode was rated from 382 votes.
While Dory and Drew face their grueling first day in court, which begins with damning testimony from Portia, Elliott plays with fire by appearing on a conservative talk show.The episode was rated from 94 votes.
The gang must get $60,000 to their blackmailer; Joy follows Fat Franky around town, which doesn't end as suspected.The episode was rated from 155 votes.
The gang gets some much-needed closure.The episode was rated from 68 votes.
Chip drags Dory back to the house, where a nosy Paula Jo awaits. Drew rushes back to New York after seeing something strange on social, Portia has a bleak first day on set, and Elliott gains even more notoriety.The episode was rated from 71 votes.
The world discovers that Elliott is a liar, so he enlists Drew to help save face; Portia is given the opportunity to dazzle the set; Dory and her boss go undercover.The episode was rated from 296 votes.
Dory escapes, Drew’s past resurfaces, Portia meets her movie’s director, and Elliott embraces his new role at the network.The episode was rated from 74 votes.
While the gang's distance grows, Dory drops in on Keith's funeral, Drew investigates the threatening flowers left at his work, Portia severs ties with her mother, Elliott endures group therapy at rehab, and Julian realizes Mary may be an imperfect role model.The episode was rated from 161 votes.
Last updated: sep 22, 2022
Quirky... original... humor... engaging -- a fun watch and just 10 quick 30 minute episodes.
A show where nothing really happens and everyone is so annoying and self-obsessed but, somehow, you can't help but feel compelled to watch the next episode because you want to know what's (not) going to happen next.
I had the time of my LIFE what a ride
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