One road trip leads to another.
The 'New York' art critic, one of the show's judges, gives his inside take on the reality show's first episode.
In this episode, Kristin asserts her sexual magnetism over Brody, and some crazy girl named Allie shows up to jump-start the drama (which, without Speidi, is sorely lacking).
We love it — more than most things in life! But the show still has a lot to learn.
When the Housewives go out of their way to tell Danielle they don't want to be her friend, tears are inevitable. As are arguments.
This week’s episode is owned by the titanic performance of Gilford as an angry, confused, and grieving Matt Saracen.
Kristin mourns her non-relationship with Brody, Lo plays mentor, and Audrina and Justin Bobby finally reunite.
Whitney cried SO HARD on the inside.
At first, we worried about this week’s episode. But we shouldn't have.
Danielle stages a public showdown with the Manzos at a benefit.
Skyler gets in on the game, and Walt cooks (food, that is) with Gus.
It's all one big farce in this highly entertaining episode.
Tami suffers, Luke and Vince tangle, Landry flirts, Matt and Julia fray, and Tim Riggins ... visits a dress shop?
In the final episode of the show, everyone gets to where they need to go. Hooray.