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All hell breaks loose at Jennie's Pho luncheon when Meredith sees Jen, Mary questions her innocence and Lisa feels attacked. Meanwhile, Heather learns her brother is leaving the Mormon church, Whitney shares some shocking news about Mary and Robert Sr. and Jen and Sharrieff come to terms with her mounting legal fees.
The episode was rated 8.29 from 35 votes.
Jen hosts a Cinco De Mayo celebration, where Jennie finds herself at odds with Mary yet again; and when Meredith defends Mary, a distraught Lisa goes off.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 35 votes.
Mary reveals intimate details about her marriage and sets the record straight about her church. Jen finally puts the hospital comments to bed, meanwhile Meredith demands respect from the women about her marriage. Frustrations heighten between Lisa, Whitney and Heather, which finally pushes Lisa to her breaking point.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 32 votes.
Jen, Lisa and Whitney unite to address their issues with Heather, but only Lisa finds common ground with Heather; Meredith copes with past family trauma; the husbands meet up for a BBQ.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 10 votes.
After the authorities leave Beauty Lab, shocked, the ladies move forward with their girls' trip. Back in Salt Lake City, Jen faces charges brought against her and the women are left questioning if they really know her at all.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 44 votes.
The Cinco De Mayo festivities intensify as the tension between the ladies boils over. Mary and Meredith cling together as the rest of the women hound Meredith for the date of her father's memorial and struggle to understand Meredith's unwavering support for Mary. Once back in Salt Lake City, the women try to make sense of all chaos left behind in Zion. Jen visits Mary’s church to see if the rumors are true, Lisa seeks advice from John and Meredith offers an olive branch to Heather and Whitney.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 44 votes.
After returning home from their trip from hell, Lisa questions Meredith’s loyalty and friendship, but Meredith thinks they’re all responsible for what happened in Vail. Jen feels alone and isolated, but Heather agrees to see her and offer her support. Mary meets with an organizer to try to bring order to her chaos, while Jennie plans a Pho luncheon. Whitney confesses her rebrand has drained the family savings, but goes ahead with an expensive photo shoot.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 34 votes.
Despite being in over her head financially, Whitney throws a lavish party for her Wild Rose rebrand; but Jennie uses the opportunity to confront Mary for her tone-deaf comments at Pho. Meanwhile, Lisa gets Jack ready for prom and Jen questions who her true friends are in the group. Heather and Whitney suspect it may have been one of the women who turned Jen into the authorities.
The episode was rated 7.85 from 39 votes.
Meredith throws Seth a birthday party and doesn't invite the Shahs, leaving Heather and Whitney to believe something bigger is causing a rift between the two women; Jen and Sharrieff work on their marriage.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 37 votes.
Separated from the church, Heather meets with her estranged sister to make amends. Whitney feels blindsided when Mary's late night gifting results in a renewed friendship with Lisa. And when the group gathers to hash out their grievances before heading home, a heated argument divides the ladies, leaving two behind in Vail.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 35 votes.
Mary hosts a cooking class and confronts Whitney for missing her call and disobeying the dress code. Heather meets with her once devout Mormon niece and Lisa defends her son’s charity guest list. Finally, the ladies get ready for their trip to Vail; but before they depart, Jen receives an urgent call leaving her friends shocked and concerned.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 39 votes.
The reunion kicks off with Jen revealing the issues that still haunt her and her husband Sharrieff, while Whitney addresses the rumors swirling in her marriage. Meredith confronts Jen about the awkward night at her house, leading to a heated conversation about Brooks. Tensions rise with Lisa and Mary when Lisa defends her friendship with Jen.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 37 votes.
Meredith and Seth are happy to be back together, while Heather has an awkward Valentine’s Day with her ex-husband and Lisa spends time with her family at the aquarium. And after Jen plans a surprise birthday party for her husband and doesn’t invite Mary, Whitney hears that the other women are talking about Jen behind her back and things get heated when she decides to tell Jen the rumor during Sharreiff’s birthday party.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 32 votes.
The women of Salt Lake City return and fractured friendships have split the group in two. Caught in the middle, Lisa tries to get Jen and Meredith to make amends. While Heather prepares her daughter for college, Whitney throws a birthday bash for her stepson and Mary starts a podcast. Lisa’s friend of 10 years and new housewife, Jennie is introduced.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 34 votes.
In the wake of Jen's indictment, the ladies attempt to get to the bottom of the rumors about Mary; Meredith questions her chance encounter with Cameron, while Heather and Whitney accuse Lisa of masterminding the meeting.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 42 votes.
Last updated: jan 20, 2023
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