In our final episode Bill Cooper meets his end and his legand is born. And when you're done with Bill check out this lecture from the gay frog doctor. The fabulous and brilliant Dr. Tyrone Hayes https://youtu.be/bzTuKj-xhy8
This is the sory of a marriage that should have been a divorce and a family that should have split and the sickness that springs from forcing and unhappy family together. "All happy families are alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." -Leo Tolstoy
Despite the fog of drugs and lies, Greg makes professional moves and starts thinking about a house and family, meanwhile, Kristin and Mike try to make their affair public, and Kristin faces the second most significant performance of her life.
In the conclusion; the investigators hone in on the motive as Craig rallies his fan club around him.
A Stephanie and Craig make a marriage where opposites attract, but as the reality of married life sets in they being to drift apart to catastrophic effect.
In Part 2, Seth leverages Joey's very real and valid fears of foster care to help him conduct a despicable campaign of harassment against Vikki, meanwhile, the police are powerless to do anything helpful about the escalating stream of domestic abuse.
In the prelude to Vikki's disappearance, we explore parental disappointment, marital disappointment, the stigma of mental illness, and a vicious custody battle. Also, we feature a Worst Song of the Week that will melt your brain.
We've come to the conclusion; the net tightens around Fred as the community he exploited turns on him, meanwhile, Sara's family fights for her kids and an ambitious D.A. makes them big promises.
In part 2 the walls start to close around Fred's shady empire and as he grows more desperate Sara makes her move to escape and Eddie finds an accomplice.
Sara was looking for a hero, a man who could help her replicate her idyllic childhood. After one oopsie marriage with a personal trainer, she thinks she's found that hero and that lasting marriage in a creature named Fred. Once he gets his claws into her the pressures to try to make a second bad marriage work closes her off from freedom.
Nancy is gone, Big Daddy knows how and who's to blame, and Richard is about to drag the Dillards through a Texas sized scandal from the witness stand.
We're baaaaaack! And we come bearing the gift of a crumbling marriage in the heart of a wealthy Texas enclave. Snobs, puritans, and therapy collide in high-society lethality that is not to be missed.