Mona refuses to go along with Spencer's desire to sign a talentless but popular heiress to Delicious. She is bringing many of her own associates along, so she begins conducting interviews to see which employees will get to keep their jobs. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. After she announces plans to return to school, her fed-up father not only cuts her off, but orders her to pay back all expenses accrued since her 21st birthday. The first biography is due out this year and a British production company has signed a deal with Miramax to make the film. Spencer gets close with a rival music executive whom Mona despises. After Dee Dee loses her old room to the baby and Big Dee Dee misses several appointments, Dee Dee begins to worry that the baby is forcing her out of her parents' life.
Mona believes they should stay out of the situation to avoid causing further harm; but Dee Dee insists on taking in the devastated Neil when he shows up on her doorstep.
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Big Dee Dee considers having her breasts enlarged, but winds up receiving comfort from Phyllis as she faces a potential health crisis. Dee Dee is not interested, but Mona and Big Dee Dee convince her that he is a good guy who deserves another chance. Phyllis chastises Mona for letting "her" man get away, while Adam refuses to believe that Spencer is over Mona. The series ends with Mona calling one of the men to tell him he's the one. Camille returns from a vacation in London and behaves coldly toward Spencer. Mona tries to comfort Spencer, but he rejects her for failing to back him throughout the relationship.