In the season finale, we learn how Ola takes Whitney’s confession, as her girls bond over drinks and weed and either deal with or avoid their own situations.
Loyalty and appreciating your team is how one moves up in business and in life. However, between betrayals and lack of appreciation, some people f*** up this episode.
It’s a therapy episode that focuses on everyone’s past and recent events, so they can move forward – with the help of Rosie O’Donnell.
Matthew and Sondi face the university over their relationship as Whitney’s mother comes to town, as well as her maid of honor.
As Renee struggles to get rid of Jason, Ella is trying to determine how to handle Anderson and Whitney? How to deal with the weighing guilt on her conscience.
It’s Ella’s birthday, and rather than it be a momentous occasion, she’s the type who takes stock of what she doesn’t have, and it brings down the vibe.
As it becomes clear Renee’s marriage is in shambles, and Whitney’s engagement, Ella decides to try white d***, I mean c***.
Run The World presents itself with many familiar characters and storylines, but there is hope it can establish its own identity in time.