The Best Episodes of UnREAL
Producer Rachel Goldberg returns to Everlasting, a popular dating show, after a breakdown. With a reputation to rebuild and executive producer Quinn King breathing down her neck, Rachel must pull out all the stops in what she does best: manipulating the contestants to create the outrageous drama that viewers expect.
#1 - Friendly Fire
Season 2 - Episode 10
In the second-season finale, Quinn's plans for the remaining two contestants could be foiled by an unexpected turn of events. Meanwhile, Rachel stands up to Coleman just as his plot to expose the show begins to unfold.
#2 - Espionage
Season 2 - Episode 9
Coleman tries to coerce Rachel into helping him destroy Quinn and the show, but Rachel has her own plan. Meanwhile, Darius and Jay join forces to ensure their ideal contestants make it to the finale; and Quinn receives perspective-changing news.
#4 - Ambush
Season 2 - Episode 7
Quinn interferes with Rachel and Coleman's new relationship; Darius decides to take a break from the show with Romeo; and Rachel makes a decision with dangerous consequences. Meanwhile, an unexpected visitor stops by the set.
#5 - Infiltration
Season 2 - Episode 5
Coleman invites Rachel to the Impact Awards. Quinn is introduced to the new owner of the network. Darius must make a big decision. Jeremy's relationship with Rachel continues to cause problems on the set.
#10 - Truth
Season 1 - Episode 5
The crew heads to Mississippi for Faith’s hometown date with Adam. Rachel makes a startling discovery about Faith, and enlists the help of Adam to protect her. Jeremy and Rachel take the first step towards mending their friendship. Meanwhile, Quinn sues Chet and Shia takes drastic measures to boost a girl’s popularity.
#11 - Guerilla
Season 2 - Episode 3
Chet has been given the reigns to produce a more male skewing version of the show. Quinn decides to produce the "Sistine Chapel" of episodes by targeting the two most vulnerable contestants in order to prove her own value. Rachel starts to suspect Darius is hiding a secret. Chet struggles in a custody battle over his son.
#14 - Insurgent
Season 2 - Episode 2
Quinn and Chet start producing two different versions of "Everlasting," forcing the crew to choose a leader as new alliances are formed. Rachel feels her promotion slipping away as the crew is divided and takes matters into her own hands, yielding unexpected results for everyone.
#15 - Fugitive
Season 2 - Episode 8
Rachel struggles in the aftermath of an incident with Darius, revealing a huge secret to Coleman that might affect his next move. Meanwhile, Quinn works hard to balance ruminating over her feelings for John and maintaining control of the contestants as things go awry on the set of Everlasting. Chet gets some attention from an unlikely source.
#16 - Mother
Season 1 - Episode 3
Broke and drowning under a pile of bills, Rachel is forced to ask her mother for financial support. Back at the mansion, Adam's best friend makes waves on set when he is asked to choose three women for a romantic dinner date with Adam.
#17 - Treason
Season 2 - Episode 4
Darius reveals his secret to Rachel and tells her he needs to quit the show. Rachel enlists Coleman's help to figure out a way to keep it quiet and reverse his decision. Quinn and Chet find themselves back on the same team as they produce this week's Everlasting episode of powder puff football. Chet brings his baby to work as a bonding moment, causing a stir with all the contestants. Quinn confronts Rachel about her betrayal to the network and also receives some upsetting news from her past.
#18 - Wife
Season 1 - Episode 4
The girls are in an uproar when a tabloid story exposes some news about Adam’s past. Rachel has to produce a romantic date at Adam’s vineyard. Quinn realizes she will always be the “other woman” in Chet’s life and revisits an old relationship. Jeremy is grateful to Rachel when he receives a promotion.
#19 - Relapse
Season 1 - Episode 2
A family tragedy strikes one of the girls. Quinn continues pushing boundaries when she offers a cash bonus to Jay, Shia, or Rachel to create this season’s villain out of the remaining girls. Rachel’s old laptop falls into the wrong hands and threatens to expose intimate details of her past relationship with Jeremy.