List of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce episodes

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce in an American drama television series on Bravo. It was developed by Marti Noxon and based on the Girlfriend's Guide book series by Vicki Iovine. The series premiered on December 2, 2014.[1] The show was renewed for a second season which premiered on December 1, 2015. It is Bravo's first original scripted series.[2]

On April 13, 2016, Bravo renewed the show for three more seasons. Season three began on January 11, 2017. Season four began on August 17, 2017. The fifth and final season premiered on June 14, 2018.[3]

During the course of the series, 45 episodes of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce aired.

Series overviewEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113December 2, 2014 (2014-12-02)February 24, 2015 (2015-02-24)
213December 1, 2015 (2015-12-01)February 23, 2016 (2016-02-23)
37January 11, 2017 (2017-01-11)February 22, 2017 (2017-02-22)
46August 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)September 21, 2017 (2017-09-21)
56June 14, 2018 (2018-06-14)July 19, 2018 (2018-07-19)

EpisodesEdit

Season 1 (2014–15)Edit

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11"Rule No. 23: Never Lie to the Kids"Adam BrooksMarti NoxonDecember 2, 2014 (2014-12-02)1.04[4]
Abby McCarthy, a self-help author who writes about marriage and childcare, struggles to hide the truth about her marriage as she continues to spend time with divorced moms Phoebe and Lyla. Taking advantage of the separation, Abby goes out to a club and later hooks up with a younger man. Lyla gets back at her ex-husband Dan after having sex with him. During a book signing, Abby breaks down and declares her book a lie, exposing the truth about her marriage.
22"Rule No. 174: Never Trust Anyone Who Charges By the Hour"Adam BrooksMarti NoxonDecember 9, 2014 (2014-12-09)0.84[5]
After her breakdown at the book signing, Abby tries to do damage control. While working out the particulars of the divorce with Jake, such as finding a place for him to live, Abby meets with Delia, a divorce attorney and Lyla's business rival. Phoebe tries to pick an idea for her next business venture, deciding upon infant jewelry. Lyla gets payback on Dan after he has her car impounded with tickets, resulting in him asking for full custody.
33"Rule No. 47: Always Take Advantage of "Me" Time"Leslie LibmanLiz Kruger & Craig ShapiroDecember 16, 2014 (2014-12-16)0.70[6]
Abby has the weekend to herself and uses it to come up with book ideas. However, after getting drunk and wrecking Lilly's poster, Abby, Phoebe and Lyla go out to find a new poster. Jake finally settles into his new place and has the kids over for the weekend. When the kids get bored, he calls Max for help and has Becca Riley come over to liven the evening. Lyla sends her nanny to story time at her kids school, but gets reprimanded by the principal.
44"Rule No. 426: Fantasyland: A Great Place to Visit"Robert Duncan McNeillPaul AdelsteinDecember 23, 2014 (2014-12-23)0.77[7]

Abby pursues a relationship with Nate, but has trouble trying to connect with him on a deeper level. At the suggestion of everyone around her, Lyla tries to find methods of de-stressing. She later fights with Phoebe after trying a special massage without warning of what it entails. Max and Ford are honored at the Family Equality Gala, but Max has trouble getting with the program. Phoebe pursues a relationship with a married man as a way of "saving the relationship".

Paul Adelstein does not appear in this episode.
55"Rule No. 21: Leave Childishness to Children"David KatzenbergEd RoeDecember 30, 2014 (2014-12-30)0.87[8]
Abby runs into Will and tries dating him, and begins experiencing some youthfulness as a result. Lyla's mother (Bernadette Peters) visits during the weekend when she has her first dinner with a court-appointed caseworker. Phoebe's relationship with Vika and Merete reaches a new level. Jake has the kids for the weekend, but loses Lilly, who runs out to the same club Abby is at.
66"Rule No 33: When in Doubt, Run Away"Victor Nelli, Jr.Marti Noxon & Ilene RosenzweigJanuary 6, 2015 (2015-01-06)0.87[9]
Phoebe takes Abby, Lyla and Delia to Vegas to promote her infant jewelry line. After being called out by rising author Cleo Stevens, Abby uses the trip to gain some inspiration. Lyla uses the trip to de-stress following an embarrassing dinner with a social worker. Jake and Becca go on a retreat to a visit a shaman to help Jake make a deeper connection in their relationship. Jake stumbles out of the retreat, high, and goes back home, where he and Abby have sex.
77"Rule No. 67: Don't Kill the Princess"Daisy MayerJanine NabersJanuary 13, 2015 (2015-01-13)0.77[10]
Abby holds Lilly's birthday party at the house. She also sets the boundaries for the party, initially forbidding Becca from coming, but yields when the party turns out to be a bust. The party suffers a complication when the girls get drunk and put vodka-laced tampons on. Delia handles the divorce of a wealthy businessman (Matthew Glave), but soon becomes enamored with him, starting a secret affair. Becca breaks up with Jake after finding out about his and Abby's tryst.
88"Rule No. 17: Ask the Answer Lady"Brian DannellyAshley CardiffJanuary 20, 2015 (2015-01-20)0.69[11]
Abby's friend Jo (Alanna Ubach) comes to visit during a very hectic time for Abby. She preps for the proposal of her next book while trying to take care of Charlie as Jake takes a directing job for Blood Sisters. Phoebe preps for her baby jewelry launch event while consorting with Ralf's new girlfriend. Delia's affair with Gordon comes to a head when she reaches an impasse on a condition of his divorce with his ex-wife. After experiencing some discourse, Max and Ford try to reconnect on a date.
99"Rule No. 32: F-You, Rob Frumpkis"Robert Duncan McNeillMarti NoxonJanuary 27, 2015 (2015-01-27)0.91[12]
Abby's pitch leads to an opportunity with Huffington Post in which she goes on ten dates and writes about them, one of them with former flame Will. Looking for a new path in life, Phoebe helps out at a home grown foods farm while eyeing the head farmer, Marco (Brandon Jay McLaren). Delia convinces Courtney to give up Asia in the divorce, but breaks up with Gordon after finding out he slept with Courtney. Jo accompanies Abby on several of her dates, and goes home with one of them, which leads to a fight between her and Abby. Meanwhile, her daughter Zooey flies over to stay with her. Max and Ford settle their issues by reverting to their old arrangement.
1010"Rule No. 3: Don't Stand in the Doorway"Silver TreeLiz Kruger & Craig ShapiroFebruary 3, 2015 (2015-02-03)0.74[13]
Abby's article trends all over Twitter, so much that she is offered a job as senior editor. However, the article also creates problems for Lilly as her name appears on a slut list circulating throughout the school. Delia struggles to let Gordon into her life while Phoebe helps make Marco's business more successful. When Jo tries to settle her financials and send Zooey to school, she finds out that her husband has a second wife.
1111"Rule No. 46: Keep the Holidays Low Key"Robert Duncan McNeillEd RoeFebruary 10, 2015 (2015-02-10)0.83[14]
Abby hosts a Thanksgiving dinner for her friends and boyfriend, but has to add the kids to the mix when Jake gets sick, and Jake soon after when Charlie begs for him to come. Delia deals with her difficult father while Phoebe invites Marco to the Thanksgiving dinner. Meanwhile, Abby and Jo look through a box found in the backyard containing photos and letters of a former tenant.
1212"Rule No. 92: Don't Do the Crime If You Can't Do the Time"Millicent SheltonIlene RosenzweigFebruary 17, 2015 (2015-02-17)0.74[15]
Abby and Jake's divorce is coming to a close, but Abby gets cold feet when Jake starts making strides in his career. After Gordon pulls his business of the law firm, Delia must face her unresolved issues with Gordon to save her job. Phoebe has trouble facing a person from her past while defining the limitations of her relationship with Marco. Jo tries to help Zooey become more social at school while helping out with the school fundraiser.
1313"Rule No. 101: Know When It's Time to Move On"Robert Duncan McNeillMarti NoxonFebruary 24, 2015 (2015-02-24)0.79[16]
Abby and Jake finalize the divorce and go out on a divorce signing date to sign it together. Towards the end of the date, Jake proposes that they don't file the papers, expressing that he still loves her. Delia is offered a partner position at the firm, but upon learning the terms of deal, she demands full equity partnership. Meanwhile, Delia reconciles with Gordon but when confronted with the idea of marriage, becomes apprehensive and breaks up with Gordon. Jo holds a divorce party to celebrate Abby's divorce, while going to therapy with her embattled daughter. After blowing up at Kori at school, Phoebe confides in Abby and Marco what Kori did to her when she was younger. Max and Ford continue their arrangement, but soon find out how complicated it is. Becca tells Jake that she is pregnant.

Season 2 (2015–16)Edit

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141"Rule No. 58: Avoid the Douchemobile"Adam BrooksMarti NoxonDecember 1, 2015 (2015-12-01)0.70[17]
Abby and Jake are secretly hooking up with each other while at the time she has a meeting with an online magazine called SheShe. In her meeting with the people from SheShe, Abby goes on to tell how divorce can be fun but one of the editors Barbara (Retta) who is also divorced disagrees. Delia gets engaged to Gordon. Kori puts out a restraining order against Phoebe after Phoebe attacked her. To retaliate Phoebe wants to make public all she went through with Kori when she was younger. Jo asks Abby if she and Zooey can move in permanently. Becca tells Jake that she has decided to keep the baby and not have an abortion. Will gets mad when he figures out that Abby and Jake are sleeping with each other.
152"Rule No. 77: Don't Blow The Bubble"Brian DannellyCarol BarbeeDecember 8, 2015 (2015-12-08)0.62[18]
After walking in on Abby and Jake making out, Zooey promises to not tell anyone what she saw. The two continue to keep their relationship a secret from everyone else. One of the SheShe people tell Abby that she is the sexy face of divorce and needs go to events such as fashion shows. Jo prepares for the opening of her vegan bakery, Rize, and has a problem when her chef, Scott uses butter in one of the pastries. The two talk and then she decides to sell both vegan food and non vegan food, and says that if anyone has a problem with it, there are plenty of other vegan restaurants in Los Angeles. Delia meets with a wedding planner, Jo finds a new place to live, and Phoebe and Marco break up.
163"Rule No. 8: Timing Is Everything"Randy ZiskMarti Noxon and Lisa EdelsteinDecember 15, 2015 (2015-12-15)0.59[19]
Abby goes on a date with a TV doctor, Dr. Harris. Everyone plans for Delia and Gordon's engagement party. Jo decides to take some time off from seeing Abby. Jake tells Becca that he is back together with Abby but he hasn't told her yet about Becca's pregnancy. Delia asks Gordon's mom to help plan the wedding. Abby gets angry at Jake when she finds out that he went a month without telling her about Becca.
174"Rule No. 65: You Can Go Home Again"Robert Duncan McNeillPaul AdelsteinDecember 22, 2015 (2015-12-22)0.57[20]
After sending the kids away, Abby and Jake spend the weekend together completely alone at home to evaluate their relationship. When Delia and Gordon go house hunting they find out that they have different tastes and don't want the same things. Jo finds out that Zooey gets along well with her step-mother. Zooey then returns from visiting her father and step-mother in Kentucky. After spending the weekend together Abby and Jake both come to the same agonizing conclusion about their relationship. Even though they still love each other, their insecurities will prevent them from being a couple again.
185"Rule No. 72: It's Never Too Late to Be a Mean Girl"Millicent SheltonAdam MilchDecember 29, 2015 (2015-12-29)0.68[21]
A 1990s-themed prom is thrown for Phoebe to celebrate her getting her GED. Abby goes on a second date with Dr. Harris. Frumpkis comes to Los Angeles to spend time with Zooey. After seeing a totally reformed Rob Frumpkis, Jo discovers that she wants him back.
196"Rule No. 25: Beware the Second Chance"J. Miller TobinIlene RosenzweigJanuary 5, 2016 (2016-01-05)0.60[22]
While in New York trying to sell her 'Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce' book to a publisher, Abby runs into Dr. Harris. TMZ has learned about Becca's pregnancy and is going to announce it to the public. Jo finally meets Frumpkis' new wife Charlene, Phoebe takes a class on Gender Studies.
207"Rule No. 14: No...Means No"Michael B. SilverJanine NabersJanuary 12, 2016 (2016-01-12)0.76[23]
Abby gets a visit from her parents George (Barry Bostwick) and Dina (Lesley Ann Warren). Abby and Becca talk. Jo is in risk of losing her bakery because of her custody battle with her ex so she has to prove that she got the bakery through inheritance. Her family also comes to town. Jo and Phoebe try out the dating scene with Jo online dating and Phoebe dating her college professor. Delia is getting cold feet and gets close to her boss, Albert. Jake leaves for Latvia to direct a movie there for a few months.
218"Rule No. 79: Labels Are For Canned Goods"Silver TreeAshley CardiffJanuary 19, 2016 (2016-01-19)0.65[24]
Abby and Barbara attend SplitCon, a convention for people who are broken up from relationships. Frumpkis ask Jo if Charlene can work at the store and be co-manager since he owns half of the store, much to her chagrin. The two fight on how to run the store. Delia tells her boss that she has to stop seeing him. Someone at the convention gets Abby to have her own line of merchandise. Phoebe's new beau(Niall Matter) introduces her to the LA art scene. Jo catches Charlene fooling around with Scott. Jo tells Frumpkis to leave the store alone until the judge decides who gets it. Abby confess to one of the guys at SheShe that she tried to reconcile with Jake. Someone sends Delia incriminating photos of her affair with Albert.
229"Rule No. 81: There's No Crying in Porn"Robert Duncan McNeillMarti Noxon & Vicki IovineJanuary 26, 2016 (2016-01-26)0.74[25]
Abby runs into Carl, the professional gigolo she met while in Las Vegas, who is currently in L.A. entertaining a client. Jo warns Charlene not to do anything nuts around Zooey or she's going after her. Delia worries about Gordon finding about her affair with Albert. She goes to Albert to talk about it and there she finds out that he is a serial cheater. A baby-shower for Becca is thrown by her friends at Abby's house. Phoebe meets J.D., an extremely shy artist, and is intrigued by both his work and him.
2310"Rule No. 36: If You Can't Stand the Heat, You're Cooked"Uta BriesewitzAdam MilchFebruary 2, 2016 (2016-02-02)0.69[26]
Abby's editor wants her to finish her book sooner, and to include details about her dates with Dr. Harris. Phoebe introduces J.D. to Ralph, who then helps put on an exhibit and auction for J.D.'s art. The girls question Abby about her taking care of Becca. Abby hosts a party at her house with disastrous results: Dr. Harris arrives, meeting Charlie and finding out that Becca is staying in the guest house, Delia gets embarrassed by Gordon's rude behavior, and Jo and Scott consummate their feelings for each other. Becca goes into labor with Abby at her side. Abby faints when she sees that the baby boy is black.
2411"Rule No. 118: Let Her Eat Cake"Andy WolkIlene RozenwwigFebruary 9, 2016 (2016-02-09)0.64[27]
Abby has been admitted to the hospital after she passed out. During her checkup the doctor tells her that she doesn't look too good and prescribes her with fluids, to eat a sandwich, and rest. Abby tells the kids that Jake is not the father of Becca's baby. Lily asks if she can still see the baby and maybe babysit for Becca sometime. Things get awkward between Jo and Scott at work so they talk about the night before. J.D. insults Phoebe in front of an art dealer. Delia gets surprised with a bachelorette party. At the party Abby gets drunk, out of control and outs Delia and Albert's affair to everyone. Albert tells Delia to marry him instead but tells him no, they're through.
2512"Rule No. 876: Everything Does Not Happen For a Reason"Robert Duncan McNeilAshley Cardiff & Janine NabersFebruary 16, 2016 (2016-02-016)0.64[28]
Delia's wedding day has arrived, and Abby says she's not going. Abby rushes to finish her book. Zooey tells Jo that Charlene left Frumpkis, and that she is worried about her dad's drinking problem. Jo, Phoebe, and Barbara stop by Abby's to check on her and drag her to the wedding. Before heading to the church, Gordon receives a package for him that has the pictures of Delia and Albert together. Abby's editor says her book is gibberish and wants her to re-write it. Gordon confronts Delia and has her go through the wedding as a punishment. Once the wedding is finished, Gordon leaves Delia once they walk out of the church.
2613"Rule No. 59: Happily Ever After Is An Oxymoron"Marti NoxonMarti NoxonFebruary 23, 2016 (2016-02-23)0.76[29]
After Gordon walked out on Delia after the wedding, they try to make sure that people won't notice that he is missing during the reception. Delia lies and tells everyone that Gordon got sick and can't attend. Abby's editor Kat, reveals to her that Carl released the names of the women he has been with in an article. Abby tells her that she never paid to sleep with him, just paid to talk to him. In the article Carl says a whole bunch of stuff that Abby told him about her personal life. Jake returns from Latvia and visits Becca. Becca asks Jake to take care of the baby so she can rest. J.D. accidentally let it slip to a drunk Frumpkis that Gordon left Delia for what she did to him. Frumpkis then goes to the microphone and blurts out the real reason why Gordon left and that he is not sick. Jake takes the baby to pick up Lily from the reception and hears about Abby and goes to find her. Jake and Abby talk about their lives and Abby tells Jake about Carl. Together they both tell Lily about Carl. Barbra tells Abby that her brand has helped her. J.D. and Phoebe got married the day before. Kat wants Abby to write a tell all or she's finished. Abby refuses to write it and fires Kat. When Jake takes the baby home, they find out that Becca isn't there.

Season 3 (2017)Edit

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271"Rule No. 43: When One Door Opens, There's An Icy Draft"Robert Duncan McNeilMarti Noxon & Emily FoxJanuary 11, 2017 (2017-01-11)0.44[30]
Jake has been stuck with Becca's baby Christopher for days, he's tired and suggests surrendering the baby at a fire station. Abby intervenes and offers to take care of him so that Jake can rest. Abby is called into work and Delia says she will baby-sit while she is gone. While in her meeting with her boss she is fired by Mitchell who wants "to go in a different direction." He has Barbara write Abby's article. Delia wants to move to New York for a fresh start. Abby discovers she is having hot flashes when she mistakes it for the baby having a fever. Jake is able to get the baby off their hands after getting in touch with Becca who fled to Florida. Abby thinks that Becca isn't ready to be a mother, and suggest that she and Jake raise Christopher because they work well together. Jake insists that neither he or she wants to raise any more kids.
282"Rule No. 137: Move Your Car"Brian DannellyAdam Milch & Vince CalandraJanuary 18, 2017 (2017-01-18)0.37[31]
Since Abby no longer has a job she doesn't know what to do now. Barbara is having a hard time writing Abby's article, she doesn't quite get the criticism of the article, plus her writing style is the opposite of what SheShe is looking for. Charlie starts playing baseball and Abby becomes one of those crazy baseball moms when Charlie gets benched. Scott's sex addiction gets the best of Jo and she breaks up with him. After a talk with Barbara she goes to make up with him but it's too late when she arrives to his empty trailer and sees that he's gone. Delia is ready to fight when she realizes that Albert tricked her into taking a clingy client. Phoebe is having some financial troubles due to her no longer getting alimony payments from Ralph. She wants to make things work with J.D., and has to sacrifice, no longer buying the luxurious things she is accustomed to.
293"Rule No. 188: Mind Your Side of the Plate"Michael B. SilverLisa EdelsteinJanuary 25, 2017 (2017-01-25)0.40[32]
Abby and Barbara spend the night out on the town where Barbara gets ideas for her column. The two get into it when Abby attacks her about her weight, Barbara answers right back and calls her a skinny bitch. They eventually apologize for their behavior. Abby fantasies about Charlie's baseball coach, Mike Brady, when she's writing her book. Phoebe and JD takes her kids camping; Jo deals with Scott's departure.
304"Rule No. 225: What Happens in Bakersfield Stays in Bakersfield"Steven TsuchidaIlene RosenzweigFebruary 1, 2017 (2017-02-01)0.40[33]
Charlie's baseball team travels to Bakersfield for a tournament and Abby tries to make friends with the other moms. Delia, Jo and Phoebe head to Palm Springs where Delia runs into Gordon. All the baseball moms get carried away with heckling the umpire. Abby takes it too far, making the ump angry which later leads to Mike being thrown out from the game for his dispute with the ump. He blames Abby for it. Later that night the two end up fondling in the hotel's laundry room but he stops before things go any further because he doesn't want to go over the line. Jo has Frumpkis watch the store while she's gone and spies on him via a video surveillance app. He "broke" out of rehab which concerns her. While talking to her on the phone he sees the camera in the corner of the store and chastises her for spying on him. Gordon agrees to have breakfast with Delia but it doesn't happen since she gets arrested for a CUI (Cycling Under the Influence). Gordon bails her out, they talk where he says that he still loves her but he will never trust her again. He also doesn't want to see her again.
315"Rule No. 99: Cook Naked"Kat CoiroJanine NabersFebruary 8, 2017 (2017-02-08)0.42[34]
Abby hosts a party for Charlie's baseball team as a way to spend time with Mike. With everybody outside, the two use the laundry room to fool around, but Linda accidentally walks in on them. Barbara looks to get her kitchen remolded, and Phoebe introduces her to someone (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) to give her ideas, although Barbara is unimpressed with his slick style and high-end catalog of appliances. Phoebe continues to spend hours on end with Gemma. Zooey finds new strength in being assertive in a way to be noticeable to Ethan. However, all that comes crashing down after finding her dad collapsed at home with an empty liquor bottle by his side. Frumpkis is taken to the hospital, where he admits the true extent of his alcoholism to Jo, who tells him that he has to get clean for real this time.
326"Rule #No. 218: There's No Crying in Baseball"Andy WolkMatthew ShireFebruary 15, 2017 (2017-02-15)0.28[35]
Abby is processing that Mike is still living with his ex. She also tries to make it through Charlie's last baseball game of the season without creating any conflict. Lily and Zooey fight over Ethan which leads to Zooey bullying Lily. Standing up for their daughters, Abby and Jo end up fighting with themselves. Barbara steps in to up break up the fights. Phoebe worries about the art direction J.D. is going in after seeing the painting he painted for Gemma. When Jo tells Zooey that her behavior was not acceptable, Zooey quickly tells her mom that she learned that behavior from her. Delia's new client isn't helping her get her former reputation back at the firm. Mike comes over to tell Abby that he now has his own place, and with this they go up to her bedroom to have sex.
337"Rule No. 91: Run Toward What Scares You"Robert Duncan McNeillAdam Milch & Emily FoxFebruary 22, 2017 (2017-02-22)0.29[36]

Season 4 (2017)Edit

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341"Rule No. 776: The Cat is Always on the Roof"Robert Duncan McNeillEmily FoxAugust 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)0.37[37]
352"Rule #No. 10: Just Survive"Scott WilliamsIlene RosenzweigAugust 24, 2017 (2017-08-24)0.36[38]
363"Rule No. 706: Let Them Eat Cupcakes"Tanya WexlerJanine Nabers & Emmylou DiazAugust 31, 2017 (2017-08-31)0.37[39]
374"Rule No. 49: Let It Shine"Terrell CleggMatthew ShireSeptember 7, 2017 (2017-09-07)0.42[40]
385"Rule No. 930: Plan for New Plans"Jude WengMatthew Scott HunterSeptember 14, 2017 (2017-09-14)0.42[41]
396"Rule No. 155: Go with the Magician"Jonathan FrakesAdam MilchSeptember 21, 2017 (2017-09-21)0.32[42]

Season 5 (2018)Edit

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Title [43][44]Directed byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
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401"Rule No. 73: Step and Repeat"Robert Duncan McNeillEmily FoxJune 14, 2018 (2018-06-14)0.42[45]
412"Rule No. 149: Don't Eat the Yellow Snow"Robert Duncan McNeillIlene RosenzweigJune 21, 2018 (2018-06-21)0.45[46]
423"Rule No. 97: It Takes Two to Stab Yourself in the Butt"Janice CookeJanine NabersJune 28, 2018 (2018-06-28)0.44[47]
434"Rule No. 63: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint"Lisa EdelsteinEmmylou Diaz & Matt ShireJuly 5, 2018 (2018-07-05)0.42[48]
445"Rule No. 303: Burn That S... to the Ground"Alysse Leite-RogersAdam Milch & Emily FoxJuly 12, 2018 (2018-07-12)0.49[49]
456"Rule No. 1: Keep the Toast Short"Robert Duncan McNeillAdam Milch & Marti NoxonJuly 19, 2018 (2018-07-19)0.52[50]

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