Shahs of Sunset, Season 2HDClosed Captioning
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Season 2 finds Reza in a full-blown self-proclaimed “gaylife crisis.” He is reevaluating everything--his commitment to his boyfriend, his friendship with MJ and his lifelong resentment towards his grandmother. MJ, who recently decided her mom is wrong about her, is ready to find a real relationship with a good guy, but her party girl habits seem to be catching up with her. Meanwhile, Mike has met a beautiful girl he thinks could be “the one.” There’s only one problem… the fact that she isn’t Jewish threatens to derail their relationship before it can start. Asa finds herself in a financial crisis as she continues to pursue her dream of becoming a Persian pop priestess and distributing her infamous “Diamond Water.” GG is finally making the move to get a job and is starting a business with her sister, but throughout the process her fiery temper continues to rear its ugly head. And finally, new girl Lilly seems to have it all: rich, thin, successful, and a wealthy and powerful on-again-off-again boyfriend. But underneath her veneer of Persian perfection, Lily wrestles with balancing her successful swimwear line in Los Angeles and boyfriend back in Houston.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Whiskey Makes You Frisky||Asa takes a big financial risk and moves back into her Venice mansion and MJ and her mother spar at a birthday dinner, but MJ is caught off guard by the viciousness of Vida's response. Reza befriends new Persian Princess Lilly, and attempts to introduce her to the group, but things go south when GG and new friend Omid hit the bottle a little too hard and get more than a little sexual at the dinner table.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Persian Nose Business||After her spat with Vida at a birthday dinner, MJ heads to the therapist to confront her issues with her mom, and realizes she is carrying more baggage than she thought. Mike has fallen in love with a girl but faces obstacles in their relationship. Then tempers flare at a pool party over a perceived insult, and Asa and GG's simmering resentments come to a shocking climax.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI Love You But I Don't Like You||The crew becomes divided as Asa and Reza draw a line in the sand over GG's behavior at the pool party. Asa tries to solve her money problems with an outrageous new business idea that's so crazy it might just work and GG's plans to become a business tycoon are derailed when she and her sister have a nasty fight. Reza is increasingly disillusioned with what he sees as MJ's character flaws and their friction sparks into a potentially friendship-ending fight.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYou Shouldn't Have Worn That Dress||Asa makes a surprising turn as an old-fashioned gal when she brings her celebrity boyfriend lunch on the job. Mike struggles to tell his skeptical parents about his new job partnering with Reza. Then, Reza and MJ see each other at a cocktail party for the first time since their fight and are forced to confront their vengeful feelings.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPlease Bring A Man||GG meets Omid for drinks and discovers he has been going out with her friends and she was deliberately not invited. After talking with his mother, Reza's heart softens towards MJ and he decides to mend fences. MJ decides to throw herself a deluxe birthday party with unusual party favors and is faced with choosing between inviting GG and inviting the rest of the crew.||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYou Took An Ambien||The friends decide to take a long weekend in Cabo, but Reza and Asa refuse to go with GG, so the group must make a tough call. GG decides to make the best of being cut out of the vacation by digging in and taking over the launch party for her extensions line, hoping to prove to her sister that she has what it takes to be a real business woman. Lilly and MJ bristle at being forced together by the rest of the gang, and tempers flare when Asa blurts out loud what everyone in the group has been wondering.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMo-cedes, Mo Problems||The group finds a way to move on after the explosive fight at dinner the night before by kicking it on a mega yacht. GG scrambles to pull together her launch party at the last minute, while trying to fan the flames with her love interest Omid. After going out to get their Heyvoon Vasi on, Reza, Asa and Mike begin to suspect that Lilly might not be as good a fit in the group as they originally thought and MJ begins to stumble her way back into their hearts.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHappy New Year||After securing a major investor for "Diamond Water," Asa is finally able to purchase her diamond and create the first tank of her high energy gem infused water. Still exiled by everyone but MJ, GG questions if MJ is really her last friend standing, and spends a steamy day hanging with her crush Omid. Mike brings his girlfriend, Jessica, to his family's Shabbat dinner so that she can finally meet his parents, but wonders if she will pass the Persian Mom test, Reza brings Mike, MJ, and Asa to Great Neck for his family's Rosh Hashanah celebration and begins to consider forgiving his grandmother after gaining some insight into her difficult past.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHard For Me To Say I'm Sorry||MJ has a breakdown at lunch with her mother and finally asks her to go to therapy with her. Lilly is shocked when a friend tells her that perhaps Ali won't marry her because her bikini business is not a "respectable" job for a Persian wife. Reza works behind the scenes to get everyone to sit down with GG so they can decide once and for all whether to officially "file for divorce" or mend the fences with her.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPersh-a-Pelooza||Mike embarks on a mission to break it to his Persian-Jewish parents that Italian-Catholic Jessica is "the one." Reza finally decides to get serious about his relationship with Adam and tell him he loves him. Lilly is brokenhearted and back to square one after deciding to break up with Ali...this time for good. Asa makes her public performance debut as the headliner in the Persian pop music festival she created - Persh-a-Pelooza.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReunion Part I||Bravo caps off the explosive second season of "Shahs of Sunset" with the first ever two-part reunion when Reza, MJ, Mike, Lilly, Asa and GG all sit down with Andy Cohen for the ultimate Farsi face-off. In part one of the reunion, Asa and GG are in a room together for the first time since the terrible knife-wielding dinner party and apology-gone-wrong in the season finale. Accusations fly about out-of-control-lifestyles plus behind the scenes revelations about MJ's criminal past.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReunion Part II||In part-two of the reunion, Reza, MJ, Mike, Lilly, Asa and GG join Andy Cohen again to address this season's conflicts and craziness. Reza and MJ finally reveal the behind-the-scenes drama that has been tearing the group apart all season.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLost Footage||This lost footage special features supersized drama that did not make it into the season, including the never-before-seen early days of Reza and Lilly's friendship, Lilly's trip with Asa to see her favorite plastic surgeon, and an ultra-revealing look into the rumors about MJ's drinking problem.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Wow are you serious?
This is the most racist, condescending, mentally absent people I have ever seen. Seriously not trying to be funny. Iranian-Americans should be angry that this is how they are being portrayed.
Jersey Shore meets The Real Housewives of….
This show is what a reality TV is about. Can it be racial, etc? Yes, but so is every other show on TV. I am hispanic, plenty of shows are condescending. Do I wish it will stop? Yes, but until the world is a better place, everybody is made fun of, even in Church. This show is very funny and entertaining, sometimes sad. I'm not gay, but I love Reza. I love to see anyone who's had suffering in life (half Jewish, half Persian) and still made it through. I like to live vicariously through rich people also. Not that it's at the same level, but after Jersey Shore ended, this is the only show that satisfied my craving. This show will show you the highs and lows of another of human plight, rags to riches, riches to less riches, Persian and Jewish intermingles. The rest of the crew is just as entertaining and good.
Who Live Like Thiiiis!
This show is very entertaining. They're annoying but it's like a train wreck, you can't look away!
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- Released: Dec 02, 2012
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