Elliott takes the stand to testify for the defense. Portia's faith deepens, as does her bond with her new Christian friends. Drew makes a dangerously self-sabotaging choice, and Dory receives a terrifying message.
Alarming evidence surfaces that potentially obliterates Dory and Drew's chances of being acquitted. Elliott confronts his roots, and Portia attempts to make amends for testifying against her friends.
The real Lylah appears, and the gang finally gets a solid lead on Dory’s whereabouts.
The world discovers that Elliott is a liar, so he enlists Drew to help save face. Portia is given the opportunity to dazzle the set, and Dory and her boss Gail go undercover, which ends face-to-face with a prime suspect.Watch Now:Amazon
Dory escapes, Drew’s past resurfaces, Portia meets her movie’s director, and Elliott embraces his new role at the network.
Chip drags Dory back to the house, where a nosy Paula Jo awaits. Drew rushes back to New York after seeing something strange on social, Portia has a bleak first day on set, and Elliott gains even more notoriety.
Pandemonium breaks loose when an anonymous tip is leaked to the press. Dory and Drew lawyer up, while Elliott and Portia head for the hills. Or, rather, the sand dunes of East Hampton.
Dory tries to break out of her felt prison, Drew starts a new life at a theme park, Portia auditions for the film adaptation of the trial, and Elliott reconsiders his political beliefs for a chance to host his own talk show.
Dory enlists her family to join her for a melodramatic TV interview, where they give the performance of a lifetime. Portia bonds with her new Christian friends, while Elliott and Marc's wedding plans become more and more extravagant.
When Dory discovers that her friend, Chantal, has gone missing, she becomes obsessed with finding out what happened, even though boyfriend Drew and friends Elliott and Portia could not care less.Watch Now:Amazon
After discovering the pills’ grisly side effects, the squad scrambles to save humanity before it’s too late.