On episode 7, after a seven-day religious fast David enters a dream-like state where he follows the hero’s journey to find God, so that he can get the answers he’s been looking for. ✪Share your thoughts below >>
On episode 8, Tia takes her activism and relationship with Dream to the next level set on a meaningful way to support strippers; Ari finally gets underneath his masculinity issues and goes to Dallas; Simone and Bryson rekindle >>
On episode 6, Crystal takes a solo trip to Paris to celebrate her new job; initially more interested in social media, she eventually finds adventure and romance without her phone, coming into her own as a new strong, >>
On episode 5, Simone gathers the gang at her father’s luxury beach house. Although meant to bring everyone together, it ends up highlighting how everyone is changing and possibly growing apart.
On episode 4, Bryson pushes past the acceptable limits of male intimacy when trying to talk about his experience at the barbershop; Ari considers the limitations of his sexuality and masculinity.
On episode 3, the powers of influence are explored when social media influencer Tia lands a high-paying one-night gig at a strip club, while David comes under the influence of a new megachurch.
On episode 2, going back to the day of Simon and Bryson’s breakup, the gang gives their versions of what went down, revealing what they think of their friends and testing where their loyalties lie.
On the season premiere, as the gang heads to Homecoming, some with sex on their mind, it becomes clear how everyone has (or hasn’t) changed since Simone and Bryson’s breakup.