Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 5 (2018)


Season 5
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce

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Air date: Jun 14, 2018
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Abby (Lisa Edelstein) and Mike (James Lesure) take their relationship to the next level, but not everyone is happy about it. Jake (Paul Adelstein), for one, isn't happy with Mike moving in with Abby and blending their families together. Mike's ex-wife Colette (Stephanie Szostack) clashes with Abby over boundaries. Jo (Alanna Ubach) and Albert (Brian Markinson) push through with their relationship, but Albert gets challenged by Jo's need to help out Frumpkis (Maury Sterling). Phoebe (Beau Garrett) tries to get back into online dating, but things don't seem to be looking great for her. Delia (Necar Zadegan) announces she is pregnant, but the question of who the father is floats in the air. Barbara (Retta) decides to explore greener pastures in New York City.

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"Rule #773 Step and Repeat" kicks off their final season with a whirlwind of an episode.

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Audience Reviews for Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 5

  • Jun 22, 2019
    Vacuous can one-worded describe this show. Unless you're a full-makeup-wearing uber-rich woman wearing designer clothes with perfect hair at all times whining about 'life problems', this show probably isn't for you. Hippie alimony barbie mopes around in her house, and complains about how hard life is, Abby is neurotically annoying to the point of nails down a chalkboard. Lawyer barbie fits the definition of snobby to a T, and Joe could be the only semi-relatable one minus the attitude problem. The men are also overly-makeup heavy on the show and casually gorgeous. Abby's partner may be the only relatable actress on the show with her being semi-down to earth. But the writers really went full vapid, self-absorbed 'high-power' women who basically have the most first-world problems I've ever watched. Massive eyeroll to catering to only the 1% of women out there, writers.

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