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- Previously on "Shahs of Sunset."

- The wedding is, like, upon us,

and we're not doing enough.

There's a lot that needs to get done,

so I need to take care of everything really quickly.

- So, basically, you're getting married, like, tomorrow.

- I don't ever want to be divorced again.

I don't want to (BLEEP) up someone else's life.

- Absolutely. [sobbing]

I swear to God, you're not gonna ruin Morgan's life.

Mike, let go.

- She broke up with me. - It's done?

- Done. - Wait, what?

- Morgan broke up with me. - Oh, sh-- . -Sh--.

- I have to do my homework. I have to work on myself.

- Divorce messes with your head.

- You're right. - I hired someone...

[speaking foreign language]

to see if they could help find my father.

- Oh. - I just want answers.

I need to kill this ancestral trauma.

- [speaking foreign language] I don't want her to do this.

- This elevator pitch that's coming up,

there's people there that are willing to invest

if they like it.

- This is a huge, monumental moment

for her and her company,

and, like, I oftentimes don't know if she understands that.

I have a lot on the line for this.

- WuSah. That's me.

Basic--that's my story, and that's WuSah--click.

Did this get louder?

[playful music]

- ♪ Cut a lot of girls, cut a lot of checks

That's the life here on Sunset

Rich and famous, I am success

Met her at Les Deux and she do love sex

I'ma sip this, you do the rest

You know what you do, you do the best

Do me a favor, lose the dress

We run LA

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- Hi, how are you?

- It's good to finally meet you in person.

- Very nice to meet you. come on in, have a seat.

Can we get you anything to drink?

- I have. Thanks. - Okay, great.

Congratulations, first of all.

- Thank you. - More important than anything.

So we're gonna do a prenuptial agreement for you.

- Yes. - All right.

- Anybody with a brain in their head

is gonna have a prenup.

- Do you have a prenup? - No.

- You didn't get a prenup.

Why?

- Let's have a chat once Tommy

gets the first draft of your prenup.

- I'm just gonna tell you what I want.

Currently I make maybe a little bit more money than him,

and I want what I make to remain mine.

In two weeks, 14 days aka, I'm going to get married.

I'm dead for those goblets.

There's so many things to worry about at the last minute

that I could just come completely unglued.

- I'm having bead workers working on it as we speak.

You're gonna love it.

- A prenuptial, meaning not post-nuptial,

has to be done at least seven days in advance

so you have enough time to review it

so you don't some kind of duress, you know,

a gun to your head.

This prenuptial agreement is my insurance deal.

If his company becomes really successful,

then I want 50% of his wealth.

- Right.

So his--his interest in the company will become

a community property asset upon the marriage.

- And income.

- All income or just income from that business?

- All of his income should be-- - All of his income

would be community property during the marriage, okay.

- Mine is mine.

There is no 50/50 in this.

- Right.

- My approach is very feminist and very smart.

Like, do we split a nine-month pregnancy down the middle?

No. It's a double-- what do you call it?

A double standard prenup. - Okay.

- I mean, I'm really not very negotiable on these terms.

It's very Ivana Trump,

where she says, "Don't get mad, get everything."

Now, I have two dogs.

Toya is also mine in the prenup, please.

- Okay. - I opted to get my eggs frozen

and that was at my expense.

- It sounds like you're telling me

you want to keep it as your separate property?

- I feel like I would be maybe open to that,

but for the most part,

it's more his money that I'm interested in.

- Okay.

- Do I seem like aggressive to you at all?

- Uh, no, no.

Of course, he's gonna have counsel,

and so we'll see what the push-back is,

but I have your back, and I think we'll be able

to get it done the way that you want,

- Thank you. I'm protecting myself and him

because, if we split up, you don't want me to be mad.

You want me to be calm and happy as possible

because I would do the crime,

and I would do the time, and I don't care.

- Leave it up to me, and we'll get it done for you.

- I feel calm.

- Good. - Thank you.

♪ ♪

[door knocks]

- Oh, Jesus Christ, there's a doorbell.

Is it the ----ing police or something?

- What's up, sweetheart?

- You're knocking like the police.

- Oh, well, you never know in this house.

I brought lunch for you. - Oh, what'd you bring?

- I got you a salad, which I'm sure

you're not gonna touch. - I mean, I'll smell it, look.

- Yeah. - Oh, I think I'm already full.

- You look good, G. - Yeah?

- I like the little, like, crop top sweater thing you have on.

- I mean, I'm just chilling. All right, I'm serving here.

Sure.

You're all grown up now.

You're, like, launching a company, like--

- I mean, right? Look at this sh--

Well, I've ordered these random things.

This is, like, a--it's a diffuser, but it lights up

and it reflects light so I was gonna use it to,

like, go on the walls inside the launch.

- I'm proud of you for doing all this.

I want to chat you about that, though.

- About what?

- About that elevator night that happened.

- I've never had a job in my life.

[dramatic music]

This is it, and it is about to blow the (BLEEP) up.

[laughs] - Yeah, right.

- I wish Golnesa would have taken it more seriously.

She needs to understand that, like, I have a lot riding here.

If she does well, everything goes great.

If she does bad, it will result in my partners

questioning my judgment

to work with her in the first place.

- You saw me. I was ----ing a mess.

- I don't know if that's because you got nervous,

if you were just, like, maybe too stoned for it?

Like, I don't know what-- no, don't get mad.

- It had nothing to do with weed, it was nerves.

- Okay, but, before you stab me,

I have a GG folder.

There are three versions of you that I have met.

We're gonna walk through them. Are you ready?

- Oh, here we go. - Option one,

this is GG

who is, like, stab you, have the knives.

This is my girl G, and I have a huge crush on her.

- [giggling] Aw, okay. - I can't get enough of her.

- Okay. - And then, this is Golnesa.

Listen to me. I know that

all three of these people live inside here, right?

I just want to talk to her.

You are about to embark on becoming the chairman

of a company that is going to,

in my estimation, make a lot of money,

so I think you need to be very dialed in.

- Daddy, tell him to shut up.

- When I was working on your presentation--

- Yeah.

- You were playing with your cat.

Hi. You should have been like, Let's go through it.

This is your company. This is your baby.

You've known this backwards and forwards.

You're in the big league now.

- Are you my--my partner? - No.

- Why do you think you know so much

of what I'm doing in my business?

- Because I've launched four companies.

- But you've never really seen

inside of what I'm doing for it.

I'm just curious why you think I'm not doing enough?

- Because I remember the first year of all of those companies,

and I didn't have a moment to breathe.

- I totally get why Nema's worried.

He's put so much of his own time into helping me

and I obviously failed the elevator pitch thing,

but what Nema doesn't realize is that I've invested

so much of my own money into this.

- A lavender goes hand-in-hand

with therapeutic anti-nausea type of thing.

- That's so subtle and nice. I love that.

It's not overpowering. I've made the drinks.

I've made the inhalers. I've made the vapes.

I'm just not good at giving speeches.

- I believe in you. That's why I'm here.

I left a $4 million commercial shoot to talk to you

and have this lunch with you. Like, if I didn't believe

in you, I wouldn't do these things.

- I appreciate it. - All I want from you is to,

like, give you the best possible chance.

- I'm launching next week, Nema.

Come on, give me a little credit.

- I give you all the credit in the world.

- You don't.

Knowing that I have this launch party coming up,

this will be a good chance for me to

hopefully find a manufacturer interested

in putting WuSah on the market.

- I'm just trying to help you succeed, that's it.

- I'm on it. Now, can I enjoy the salad?

- Yeah.

- [exhales sharply]

You heading out?

- I have to head back to set, honestly.

I left the shoot to come hang out with you.

That's how much I care.

- Saving those photos, huh? - Yeah.

- You need some napkins too? - No.

[laughter]

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- How's it going? - It's going well.

- Excellent. May I please get a large,

iced, almond milk latte?

- I can bring this out to you whenever it's ready.

- Thank you.

Oh. [exhales deeply]

[funk music]

Your latte. - Oh, thank you so much.

- Thank you. - [speaking foreign language]

- Hi, nice to see you.

I'm so glad you got here first.

Now that Destiney's not here, before she gets here,

I quickly want to fill you in

because it seems like with Destiney and her mom--

- They're reluctant. - Yeah.

- I don't understand why.

- Because the mom is protecting them from having to say,

"Listen, he didn't want us enough,

"he didn't love us enough,

"or I made him go away. It's my fault."

I 100% think that

Destiney's mom knows more information

than she's sharing, but in her heart,

I feel like she's trying to protect Destiney

and do what's right for her.

- Here's the thing. When I do a background check

on anyone to locate,

I have to have something to work with.

So you were not raised with him?

- I was not raised with him. - No.

- I never saw him until I was-- probably about ten years ago.

- I don't know how she did it, but my mother ended up

finding him, and then she brought him out here.

- Why were you able to find him ten years ago

but all of a sudden now,

he's disappeared like a fart in the wind?

- Thank you. - Hey, guys.

- Hey, Destiney. - Hey, there. How are you?

- Nice to see you. You look good.

- Thank you. Thanks. - What's up, my love?

[lips smack]

- Go and sit down, honey.

I'm really confused about this case

because your mom called your father

after he went back to Iran, so she has a phone number.

- Do you have any idea where could he be now?

- I don't know.

I don't know nothing where he go.

[playful music]

- I have actually, working with that much information,

and I came up with some answers.

- Ali Reza Rezaei or Reza Rezaei, there's 168 of them.

33 of them returned to I--

- Came back to Iran.

- Ten years ago when my father came to America,

I remember just shutting him out.

[dramatic music]

I was just scared because I was so hurt.

- So when you're dad left,

he could have been one of those 33 people.

And if he went back, what did he go back to?

- I know. Regret sucks.

I for sure blame myself.

He probably thought I didn't give two sh--s about him,

which is the worst feeling because I do.

- You need to get--get real tough on your mom.

♪ ♪

What number did you call

ten years ago to get him here, right?

- I already asked her that. I don't have it.

- Well, you've got to do it again.

Pin them down.

- Coming up...

- How are you doing? - [speaking foreign language]

...We broke up.

It's hard, Dad. It's hard.

[upbeat electronic music]

♪ ♪

- You have to pin your mom down.

What number did you call

ten years ago to get him here, right?

- I already asked her that. I don't have it.

- Well, you go to do it again.

You need to get real tough on your mom.

Let's go call her. - God.

- Thank you, Monique joon. Don't give up on us.

- Nope, never.

- Let me walk you to your car,

and we'll call your mom.

What we can say is we're calling her to let her know

about this info so she doesn't feel ambushed.

- Yeah, okay.

[line trilling] - Hello...

[speaking foreign language]

- I'm good, baby joon, I'm good.

- What's happening, baby?

- Listen, listen... [speaking foreign language]

...200 Ali Reza or Reza Rezaei,

they have U.S. passports, and then we have 168--

- Died. - [speaking foreign language]

Mama... [speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

- Get their names, what are their names?

The mom and dad.

- [speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

[dramatic music]

- I'm gonna get as much information as I possibly can?

- You don't need it.

[speaking foreign language] -

No, Mama, I have to do this.

I have to do this. - Honey, stop it.

- No, no, no. - Stop it.

- I need to know. Like, I just need to know

my dad's information, his parents.

- [speaking foreign language]

- Hey, Tammy joon. - [speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

- I know, I know,

but... [speaking foreign language]

- She understands.

- [speaking foreign language]

- I know, Mom, I know, Mom,

but I need this. Like, I--I just need it.

- [speaking foreign language]

- Do you have the mom or dad's name?

- [speaking foreign language]

[stirring music]

- Abbas and Firoozeh?

[speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

- What about khahar ? - [speaking foreign language]

- What was her name? - Mansureh.

- Mansureh? - Yes.

- I'm doing this because I don't want to regret

not going 100%.

Sitting back two years from now telling myself that,

"Why did you stop doing this? Because you were scared

"you're gonna keep hurting your mom?"

I don't want these to be the roadblocks

that stop me from healing.

- We're good, we're good. - Okay, perfect.

[speaking foreign language] [clears throat]

- I love you, Mom. Bye.

[upbeat rousing music]

[giggling]

- All the "I don't knows, I don't knows,"

look, we found out some big sh--.

Let's go. - I can't believe this.

- Oh, my God.

- Yay! - We're gonna find his ass.

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- Hey.

- Hey, Mikey joon, good to see you.

- You old stud, how are you? You look good.

You look like you're losing weight, huh?

- Well, I try. - Are you working out?

- Oh, yeah.

- Me and my dad are identical in the way we look,

the way we act. You're wearing skinny jeans.

- [laughs] [speaking foreign language]

- This is it?

- This is the wire for the dishwasher.

- Okay, perfect.

- Look at the catalogues and see which ones you like.

- This is nice. This is cool too, man.

- My dad's an electrical contractor,

and God bless him for helping me

and saving me a boatload of money

by doing the electrical work for my home.

- [speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

- Yeah. - How you doing?

[dramatic music]

- [speaking foreign language]

...we broke up.

- She says, "Why do you have a problem

"moving forward in the relationship?"

- She was trying to go to the next stage.

- Since Morgan and I have broken up,

I'm having a hard time dealing with it.

I haven't been sleeping. I haven't been eating.

I want to move forward,

but I'm having a hard time figuring myself out.

[speaking foreign language] Especially being divorced.

- [speaking foreign language]

Get the (BLEEP) out of my house.

"...You have anger issues."

...all of a sudden you just became super cool, chill,

nothing bothered you anymore.

- The stage of life. - When does that stage happen?

- [speaking foreign language]

- Mm.

My parents have been married for 43 years.

Moved from Iran to America. No money.

Together built a family,

built a home that's stronger today than it's ever been.

- I have no reason to have, uh,

anger like many others.

- But we're talking about 1975.

It's a little bit harder nowadays.

- [speaking foreign language]

...and that's not easy, I'm telling you.

- No. - It's not easy.

- No, it's definitely not. - [speaking foreign language]

- [speaking foreign language]

I just want to make sure this time I do it right.

I don't want to hurt myself, you, Mom, anyone.

- I don't want you to do this for me especially, no.

I want you to do it naturally.

- It's hard then, it's hard.

- Coming up...

- So you're gonna give me everything you have

in the prenup, whatever I say.

- That's a little ridiculous.

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- You got one more following you, boo.

Baby?

- Come on, Julio.

Having a dog show up here.

There's ----ing 40 dogs here.

- It's a dog park.

- What are you doing with all this crap?

- I brought it for you and me and the dogs.

Are you wondering what the camera's for too?

- To take pictures?

Of the, what, the dogs wearing their collars?

- Maybe. - I love this one.

They're all dressed up.

This one makes you look so vicious.

- Dogs give us so much love every single day, so Tommy

and I created Pablo's Paws, a collar and leash line

as an homage to my first Chihuahua, Pablo.

- Where is Pablo? - With me.

- Where? - Freezing.

- So he's in your freezer? - Yeah.

Do you want to see Pablo? - [gasps]

[menacing music]

- I can't, I can't, I can't. - This is my Pablo.

- You can't just go around the house

chasing people with your dead dog.

- Once he passed,

I wanted to contribute in a meaningful way

to give back to the local dog shelters

on a regular basis through a portion of the sales.

Okay, perfect. I'm kind of feeling it.

[camera shutter snaps]

- [barks]

- Thanks, how nice of you. - Toya, stop barking.

- Toya!

- She really only listens to you.

- If it doesn't work out, I get Toya.

- No, you cannot have her in case we get a divorce.

- That's definitely going in the prenup.

- Tommy and I didn't come out from under a cave.

We see people getting divorced left and right.

I'm protecting myself and him.

if something happened to cause us to split up,

you don't want me to be mad. People think I'm nice.

I'm not. I'm a lot more street

than people give me credit for.

Street. So you're gonna give me

everything you have in the prenup, whatever I say.

[tense music]

♪ ♪

- You get anything that you

walked into the marriage with is yours.

- No, no, no, once we become married--

- Yeah, I don't get anything from you, you just get from me.

- My income is, um, not community property.

Yours is community property. - That's a little ridiculous.

With the prenup, the whole point of it

is to keep things civil,

but thus prenup is just another test,

and she's gonna make it terrible with barbed wire

and nuclear weapons

just because she wants me to prove that I care.

- She wants it so that all of her earnings would be separate,

meaning hers. - Okay, okay.

- And that all of your earnings are community,

meaning she would be entitled to half.

- You know, that's crazy. - What do you think is fair?

- I don't know, I just don't-- I shouldn't have to give you

50/50 if you're keeping all of all your money.

I'm totally getting the shaft here, you know.

- You know, it's interesting that you say that

because when I read this agreement I thought,

"This is really one sided," and not on your side.

- Yeah, yeah, not at all, not at all.

- I'm giving you a baby or two.

- Whatever, and I'll do my job as a man to make sure

that that baby is provided for always.

That's just being a little rational, you know what I mean?

- Irrational? - No, rational.

She's Persian, so there's Persian all in this,

which is like guilt trip,

and she wanted to take my testicles.

I'm surprised that's not in there.

I don't want you to ever feel cornered,

you don't want me to ever feel cornered,

and a prenup that's reasonable for each one of us is,

you know, what we should do.

- Uh-huh.

The last thing I want to fight about

is what goes in the prenup a week before

we're supposed to get married.

This is why we don't have a prenup right now.

- We need one for the peace of mind.

- I don't know if the sh--'s

gonna hit the fan when we get to the attorney's office.

I'm done. I'm tired of talking.

- Still want to marry me?

[playful music]

[upbeat percussive music]

♪ ♪

- Hi, can we get some help, please?

- Okay.

♪ ♪

- Watch your head.

I'm supposed to make a speech,

but I haven't practiced anything.

- Just keep it short and sweet. - To the point, memorable.

Like Obama would do a speech.

WuSah, that's me.

That's my story, and that's WuSah--click.

Did this get louder?

I fell on my face at the elevator pitch,

and everybody wants to see if I'm gonna flop all over again.

See, you got an anxiety attack all of a sudden too, I felt it.

- No, it's nerve tickling. - [sighs]

Because I have quite a lot of,

you know, (BLEEP)-ups in my past.

I will show you (BLEEP), (BLEEP) your ----ing hands off.

Now I'll (BLEEP) your ----ing ass up.

I will (BLEEP) your ass up.

Just angry, sad.

- You have become almost a different person.

Impatient, aggressive... - Stop. I don't want it.

Drunk on pills. Oh-oh, oh-oh oh.

Fighting.

Get the (BLEEP) out of here.

[overlapping chatter]

Get in, you ----ing bitch.

- G, look out. - (BLEEP).

- Ouch, GG! - (BLEEP) you.

Ugh.

God, I'm so good now, look at me.

I look better than I did then.

Mm-hmm.

I was avoiding looking through the guest list,

but I'm doing it right now. This is a lot of people,

and everyone's like confirmed plus two.

- That's good. - I was not prepared for this.

- Coming up...

- I hope my dad knows

how much I love him

- Of course he knows it. Oh, oh.

[laughs]

[coughs]

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- Hi, babe. Wow.

You look so pretty.

- Thank you. - You ready to do this?

[stirring music]

Is your Dad with us?

- Mm-hmm. - He's in here?

♪ ♪

It's a good thing that we're spreading his ashes

because it's not good to keep them.

- No? - It's not good Feng Shui.

- That's right.

- I've never experienced a loss like this,

but my cat Buzzy passed a little over a week ago.

I took so many pictures of him

because I wanted to have them for when he died.

I just didn't think it was gonna come so fast.

[solemn music]

♪ ♪

I got him from MJ 16 years ago,

and I loved him more

every day that I had him.

That little cat had such a profound impact on my life,

and I can't imagine what it feels like to be MJ.

We're pouring one out for your dad.

- Yeah.

- [speaking foreign language]

- Oh.

When I drive down the street there is not a chance

that I can go a block without seeing,

like, 100 memories that I have with him.

My father and I would drive out to Malibu

every weekend in a convertible.

We walked down Venice Beach.

We discovered California together,

at least through my eyes.

- We're here.

- He is and always

will be my best friend.

- Here, let me hold that for you for a second.

[car door closes]

Oh, my God, Babe, this place is stunning.

[speaking foreign language]

- Yeah.

This is something that I wanted to do before my wedding

because I know that my father believes in reincarnation.

- Oh, my God, look at that little bunny rabbit.

I'm telling you, that's a sign right there.

- And I think that the smart man that he is,

decided that he would rather be cremated

and have his ashes spread at sea.

- Are bunny rabbits normally at the beach?

- No.

- Dude, that's Shams right there.

- I think it's because your soul leaves the body anyway,

so why let it decompose underground and let worms,

you know, grow through your skull.

I don't want this to be sad, you know?

I want this to be happy.

- Don't, don't let it be sad.

- [whimpers]

[solemn music]

♪ ♪

- I just want to say thank you so much for being so cool

and making me comfortable enough to come out to you

and thank you for giving me this girl

because she rocks my word,

and I know that all of that personality comes from you,

because as much as I love Vida joon,

she is a straight up hater.

I love her, but she is a hater.

- I thank him for being, like,

this super insanely reasoning person

who was so generous and instrumental

in so many people's lives

in giving them their first jobs, their first--

- Loans. - And loans and opportunities--

- Whatever they needed. - And just a break.

- Shams had 13 sisters and brothers.

All of them he brought them to United States

rather than being in Iran after this revolution,

and he helped hundreds of people.

Friends, family, really hundreds.

- I hope that he knows how much I love him.

- Of course he knows how much you love him.

- Okay.

- I think you--yeah,

I think use your hand, maybe.

- I don't know if it's gonna...

The wind is gonna blow it. - But go low--

lower it down. See?

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.

- [laughs] - Bye, Shams. We love you.

- He doesn't want to go.

- I know he wanted to go in the ocean,

but some of him is over there, and it's okay too.

[playful music]

Okay, here's the plan. I'm gonna hold your--

- There's no wind right now... - Go for it.

Do a thing. Do a handful.

Oh, oh, oh! [laughs]

I just got some in my mouth.

[laughing, coughing]

[coughing] - [laughing]

- [speaking foreign language]

Low, get low.

There you go, low.

- That's not...

That's all of him. - That's it?

- That's all of him.

♪ ♪

- I don't know. - There's your dad.

- That's actually beautiful.

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- Hi, GG.

- Hi, how are you?

Oh, my gosh, so much stuff. Look at that.

So the people that you said are working to help, who are they?

- They're behind the bar. - They're what?

- They're behind the bar.

- They're behind the bar right now?

These are the two?

- Well, I thought you said there was guys

that I paid for to come--workers?

- Oh, my God.

- Okay, the first thing I'm thinking right now is run.

Get in my car. Get out of here.

So this is--this is not enough tables

right now the way it's set up.

I wasn't prepared for this.

- Coming up...

- You've been tormenting him with this ring.

- This stuff antagonizes him.

- Give him the ----ing ring and call it a day.

[tense hip-hop music]

- Yes. okay, yeah.

We don't have a lot of time, you guys, so please help.

I can't run.

I got to own this and put people to work.

And now we need to move this.

I think we should go back to the way it was.

Yeah, we need more tables.

- Okay. - I feel like a pimp, you know?

They'll be my bitches.

I've always wanted to have bitches.

[upbeat music]

- Oh, wow.

Hey, this is dope, G. - Mwah, mwah.

I have to get dressed right now, but I'll be back.

Okay, okay. - I got it. I got it.

Get going. - Okay.

- It's beautiful here, and he brought me here

and now we brought him here.

- I mean, your dad is definitely all around.

- Yes. - I can feel his presence.

- My father hasn't come back

to show me his presence in a ghost-like way,

and maybe coming back to one of our favorite places,

maybe this is him.

- Your dad is with us right now.

- I really want him to haunt me on a daily basis,

like, everywhere.

"Ghostbusters" style, except I wouldn't bust that ghost.

- Thank you for letting me be here with you today.

- Thank you for supporting me

and making life just so much sweeter.

- I love you.

Can I tell you something? - What?

- Because Buzz passed, that little mother----er

changed my life.

He was the best thing I ever had.

Ever.

- Thanks for giving me Buzz.

[electronic dance music]

♪ ♪

- Can you open this for me? - Yeah, yeah.

Plus, it's a twist off.

- Okay. - [chuckles] There you go.

I went in tonight being like,

I'm gonna, like, not get that drunk tonight.

I'm gonna, like, be there for GG.

Then I'm like, Bottoms up. See you in two hours.

[door knocks] Oh.

- Oh, grab that, it's probably Mike.

- Don Miguel.

How are you buddy?

- Well, hello.

- Hey, we're going to the party.

You're not gonna be the ----ing server.

- You think I'm gonna waiter? [laughter]

- Hi. I like it.

It's very Hamptons.

- Well, that was very endearing to me.

- It is. Can we make you a drink?

- Let's see if Reza is coming, guys.

[line trilling]

- Hello.

- Hello. - Hey, what's going on?

- Where are you? - I'm in Malibu with MJ.

- In Malibu? Why do you sound all nasally?

- Uh, we just scattered her dad.

- Ooh. - Oh.

[stirring music]

- Obviously, I love and support GG,

and I wish her the best, and, you know, I can celebrate

Golnesa's success with her.

- That's uh--obvi--understandable.

- Hey, can I speak to MJ real quick?

- Hold on, Mikey. - Hello.

- MJ, I love you.

- Oh, thank you, Mikey joon.

- And, uh, we're sorry we won't be with you tonight,

but, um, you'll be there in spirit.

- Thank you, thank you. - All right, babe. Be strong.

If you need me, I'm here for you, okay?

- Thank you. - I love you.

- Bye. - Bye.

♪ ♪

- Let's transition all the love we feel right now for Golnesa.

This is her night.

- Yeah, let's go. - They're not coming,

so we have to, like,

double our efforts to support her, you know?

- I agree.

- Golnesa's put a lot of time and effort into this.

Let's go show her a good time tonight.

Let's roll guys. - We'll be there for her.

- And we're all wearing high water pants,

so this is--this is great.

[upbeat music]

- Hi, joon.

- You look so cute.

- Are you excited for me? - You look so good.

- Okay. Take it easy.

♪ ♪

- Where's GG?

- Hi, how are you guys?

- Good.

- Oh, look at you guys. Fabulous.

- We aim to please. - Thank you for coming.

I have my own handle on Snapchat, so use WuSah.

- You got it. - WuSah.

- All right, go take your photo.

- Oh, photo action right here?

No, excuse me, you couple over there.

By myself.

I'm, like, a little impressed with Golnesa

for putting this together right now.

Walking into the WuSah event,

I'm completely blown away by Golnesa.

It looks stunning. The room is packed.

Did Golnesa really put this all together herself?

I was expecting to walk up to, like, an empty room

with, like, a tray of Subway sandwiches.

Hi. - Hey!

- I'm honestly, like, so ----ing proud of you right now.

Like, I'm so--like, this is really--

- Are you ready? Hi.

- I am in awe of how strong Golnesa

has been through this whole divorce

because when I was with my situation, I was a mess.

I didn't want to leave the house.

With her, she did the goddamn opposite.

Good to see you. - Good to see you too.

- Congratulations.

- Hi, yeah, thank you. - All grown up.

She's like, "I'm a woman on a mission.

"Hear me roar like the tiger that I am."

- Shervin. - Wow.

- [giggles]

- She got rid of the ring,

but the wedding band still lives on.

- Baby steps, baby steps.

- Oh, trust me, he wants his ring.

- For the life of me

I don't understand why Golnesa keeps her ring.

- You gonna hold on to this?

- She's essentially holding onto the past.

- Why don't you say, "Look, here's your ring.

"I don't want it." He'll probably go away.

- It keeps coming back down to the ring, doesn't it?

- I think so. - I think so too.

- Do you want me to tell you what I think it's worth?

- Yeah.

- It's gonna be about $165,000.

- What?

- You've been antagonizing him and tormenting him

with this ring. You made this monster.

You kept posting it. You kept ----ing with him.

- Who thinks she should give back the ring?

Give back the ring.

Give back the ring. - Every single person around.

- I don't have a reason particularly to be

wearing the wedding band still.

You know, it's like, "Wish this."

[guffaws]

- Just stop antagonizing him.

- Can you guys come inside with me?

- Let's go have fun.

- I'm want to give a speech. Come, come, come.

- Speech, speech, speech. - I'm gonna give a speech.

- Okay, go do your thing.

♪ ♪

- GG! [applause]

♪ ♪

- I'm really embarrassed right now.

[giggles]

- Yay!

- Come stand here, Mom.

Be careful. Can you guys hear me?

I'm sure.

- It's like when your kid goes up

on stage to do that solo.

All you're thinking is, "Please don't (BLEEP) it up again."

- Okay, hi.

This makes me want to sing karaoke.

- Coming up...

- Are you gonna call me tomorrow and tell me

I was all over you tonight when you're all over me right now?

[upbeat music]

- Um, can you guys hear me? Okay. Hi.

Hi. This makes me want to sing karaoke.

Um... - [laughs]

- The guys who know me know that's funny.

Honestly, I just want to start by thanking each

and every person here.

all: Whoo!

- Amazing. I realized being, you know,

diagnosed with an auto-immune disease, it's a hard battle.

It's a hard battle for those who know,

but this is happening for some reason for me.

- Yes. - This means a lot to me,

and I want to give it to the rest of the world.

It's amazing. Thank you so much to everybody that's here,

I appreciate all of the love.

[cheers and applause]

♪ ♪

I love the expression, "Let success make the noise."

People doubted me,

for good reasons,

but tonight was a huge success,

so hopefully people will remember how awesome

my products are and how they're ready

to be a part of it,

and so Loch-Nessa is the boss-Nessa.

That's what they call me.

- You should go up there right now and ask her

to marry you in front of everyone.

- [chuckles]

- Hi.

- Hi, how are you? - You guys enjoying it?

- Yes.

We're talking about having you

on the cover of our magazine. - Oh, my gosh.

Give me your hand. Shake my hand. Hi.

- I don't think it could have gone much better,

to be honest with you,

you know, great vibe, great crowd,

god influencers in here.

- You know, I was trying to put out my best vibe.

- Everybody's feeling it. - Yeah.

- And so, you know, from your standpoint...

- You know, Greenstone would like to take the next step

if you're willing to put in the effort.

[rousing music]

- What? [laughter]

Hallelujah.

Of course I'm willing to put in the effort.

Greenstone is a huge deal in this industry.

Manufacturing, distribution, cultivation, you name it.

Let's do business.

You guys meet Nema?

- Honestly I'm super proud of both of you.

You guys are next level.

She's next level, so, like, the two of you guys together,

this is a very next level thing.

- Yeah...

- It only gets better and it only gets bigger, you guys.

- I'm completely blown away by Golnesa.

She has come light years

from bombing on stage at elevator

to coming out as a CEO of a company tonight.

Congratulations.

- Thank you. - It's an amazing launch.

Take her to the next level. She belongs there.

- Can we get a little WuSah?

One, two, three...

all: WuSah.

[laughter]

[playful tense music]

♪ ♪

- So are you gonna call me tomorrow

and tell me I was all over you tonight

when you're all over me right now?

- I'm all over you right now,

but we always switch at some point

when you get hammered, we switch at some point so...

Golnesa plays this cool card in public,

but the minute that the group disperses,

the texts start coming in.

"Hey, I'm glad you were there tonight."

"Hey, you looked cute tonight."

It's not as one sided as people make this out to be.

When we get married one day--

- [guffaws]

♪ ♪

- I am team GG and Nema.

She wants to play with it like the cat that she is.

He's a little bit of catnip for her,

you know what I'm saying?

Like, she's just like, "Okay. Ah."

You know, and he's like feeding into it.

He's like, "Oh my God, she's so hot.

"She's paying attention to me."

Like, I'm all about it.

- Whatever, Nema and I are in the zone right now, you know.

It's been a while for me.

I'm sure it's been a while for him.

It's circles. It's a dry boning of the hands.

That's what Nema and I are doing,

with my parents right over here.

- Next on "Shahs of Sunset..."

- If you leave me for some secretary,

I will kill her and then you will walk around

the world without a penis.

[playful music]

- It's really important to make the person you love happy,

but Reza, maybe he actually doesn't want kids.

- On a scale of, like, one to ten...

- Yeah. - How much do you want a kid?

- I'm doing a house right now. Stop pressuring me about a kid.

- I spoke to that lady again. - What happened?

- She found someone. - You know what I want.

What is it that you want?

- I want whatever I want in the moment.

If I want to (BLEEP) you in that moment

I'm gonna make that happen.

- You're making him hard by saying these things.

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