She feels that she was being baited by her cast mates constantly bringing up her ex, but decided to finally come back out. Reza's husband, Adam, joins the group and they surprise their friends with jaw-dropping news. He also asked for spousal support for their 12 second marriage. He feels that Reza of all people should understand how that feels. That is how most real people are. The rest of the gang is kind of pathetic. I only watch the reunion shows,the rest 5 or 10 minutes is all I can handle.
I guess I'm alone on my island of adoration for this season. If I had only ever seen this one episode of Shahs, I would think Mike is really a closet case. I love her energy and her family. She desperately needs a stylist. And that was supposedly what this show was supposed to be about. My husband was on it for psoriatic arthritis for several months before he moved to another medication. Basically it devolves into all of them not so obliquely arguing to Andy that Asa should not be on the show.
You know what, I actually believe this. Destiney reexamines the emotionally-draining search for her father and shares what she found out about him. Mike decides to expand his shoe line to include baby shoes. Where to go from here? Continuing to drink and party all night probably wasn't helping her overall health, but old habits die hard. Mercedes, with Vida and Tommy by her side, divulges secrets about her wedding and their hopes for the future. Nema has a white Lexus. I think the others are not very well set up for when the show ends.
She says that the season has been a very difficult one for her because she feels like her friends were not there for her in the happiest time of her life. I don't know why or where her sudden animosity came from. Reza says that her denial about saying that is the reason their relationship is in the mess it is in right now. Don't spend that kind of money on a ring for a woman you met a month ago. Will you guys be watching? Both Adam and Reza talk about their relationship like it might end any second and take it day to day. Reza calls out Mike and says it may not be that she likes women.
Really, five seconds ago she told the paramedic she just smoked some pot. Mike delivers the final word on his future with ex-wife Jessica and Shervin addresses the infidelity rumors surrounding his relationship with Annalise. She needs some sympathy attention before Andy rips into her. There are so many people in this world that don't understand how the body works and think that they are invincible. And, I don't mean that in a good way. You see, when Mike said that, he also threw in the not so insignificant statement that Jermaine is black and in Persian culture, dating outside of your race is a big deal.
I agree with Reza that she has psychiatric issues that she's clearly not addressing and from the groups reaction to the above question, I think there's background there that we're not privy to. They revist the fight between Reza and Mike in Las Vegas. But sigh, why do I try to make sense of Shahs? Autoimmune docs have tons of extra training because treating autoimmune disorders is so difficult. It all remains to be seen. Giving him the ring is essentially a pay off to funds he's not entitled to.
Nothing redeeming from any of them. It's ugly and the she needs this guy gone from her life with the quickness. When big treatment talk like chemo is getting thrown at them, their brain can go into a tailspin. Andy asks if she is still high now. Adam and Reza's small tiffs come to a head when Reza makes a comment that may push Adam over the edge. With everything laid out on the table, a concerned Asa is asked the question on everyone's mind — does she still care about her friends? Reza pretends that next year he and Adam will be in their house and hopefully pregnant.
That's my feeling on the matter too. Andy wants to know who on this couch believes that Asa conceived naturally. The point of the show was to showcase the cultural values of the Iranian diaspora in Beverly Hills. She realizes in seeing that episode how much Tommy loved her to put up with her being so irrational about the whole thing. With everything laid out on the table, a concerned Asa is asked the question on everyone's mind — does she still care about her friends? They were mean and when she got annoying to the point that she would come off poorly on camera, they just doubled down and were terrible friends, instead of telling her to calm down. They are very perplexing to me. They all look, dress and act like fucking idiots.