The Weber and von Weber families are thrown into a tizzy when Hazel gets her period, but that’s nothing compared with what happens when someone from their past appears on “The Wendy Williams Show.”
Animal instincts take over during the annual sleep-over at the natural history museum; Brooke has cold feet about Lex going to Mars; Simone reveals her true love; Vanessa surprises herself; Andy realizes he’s been chasing the wrong woman all year.
Jill books a photo shoot in Los Angeles and brings Vanessa along; they follow musician Dave Navarro on a crazy adventure; Candace oversteps her boundaries with Hazel; Lex faces his deepest fears in a zero-gravity chamber.
By day, Jill shoots Brooke’s new line of Von Weber wares, and by night, she and Vanessa investigate a rash of infections plaguing the Upper “Yeast” Side; Candace seeks answers for why she keeps getting called “Candy Ass.”
Faced with an impossible work deadline on the night of his Dad’s Committee Night Out, Andy takes stimulants; Jill and Vanessa learn the cruel definition of Med Spa as they visit their college friend Ollie at his new venture.
Jill is riddled with guilt when Candace makes her dramatic return from sequestration and tells the family the lurid details of the cruise ship murder trial.
Children in the Corn Pudding
Jill is forced to face her fear of the suburbs while attending a traditional Thanksgiving meal with Brooke’s sisters; upon meeting Barrett, a perfectionist homemaker, and Berkley, a paragon of condescension, Jill learns why Brooke is the way she is.
M.F.A. in B.S.
Jill struggles to make the right impression at her art show; New York Times best-selling author Derek Blasberg pays a visit to Brooke and Devon at Von Weber headquarters, but things do not go as planned; Lex gets advice from a stranger.
Candle in the Windbag
Jill hits her breaking point with Candace living at the apartment and takes surprising action. Elsewhere, Vanessa tries to add spark to her long-distance relationship with Graham, and Lex receives life-altering news.