Shahs of Sunset 3 Seasons 2013

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Season 3
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1. Only Guilty Men Bring Flowers TV-14 CC

After an epic battle at reunion last season, Reza decides to mend fences with MJ in the best way he can. Mike and his girlfriend Jessica get serious when she agrees to start converting to Judaism. GG finally apologizes to her old nemesis Asa. Lilly throws herself a gala bash for her "Dirty 30" birthday, but MJ ends up left off the final guest list.

Starring:
Reza Farahan, Lilly Ghalichi
Runtime:
1 hour, 0 minutes
Original air date:
November 5, 2013

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Only Guilty Men Bring Flowers

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Season 3

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Genres Documentary
Starring Reza Farahan, Lilly Ghalichi
Supporting actors Golnesa Gharachedaghi, Mercedes Javid, Omid Kalantari, Raumak Rahmani, Asa Soltan Rahmati, Mike Shouhed, Tehran Soparvaz, Sammy Younai
Season year 2014
Network Bravo
Producers Tim Atzinger, Kris Curry, Joubin Mortazavi, Ryan Seacrest
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Awesome, down to earth reality TV.
jawilli6
I like it when the Shahs' families are included in the show--it makes it really interesting, and I enjoy learning more about Persian culture through them.
Book Junkie
This show is such a guilty pleasure, but I love to watch it.
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If you need a good laugh, and are secure enough about your intellect not to think that watching (gasp!) a reality show will irreversibly "Kardashianize" your critical thinking ability, you will get more than a good laugh out of this show. "Shahs of Sunset" has become my new favorite guilty pleasure. If you have no experience with Iranian- American culture, think of this show as comedic Cliff notes of National Geographic on the subject. What surprised me about this reality show was the fact that it IS a reality show. Where as other shows in this "genre" play down, if not leave out completely, anything that may be perceived as politically or socially incorrect, "Shahs shows it like it is". The cast of characters are hilariously unapologetic about it's culture's superiority complex, and it's all consuming dedication to the Olympics worthy race to "keep up with the Shahrani's". But for the Iranian -Americans, "keeping up" is not enough, they must "out- glitz","out-earn", and "out-spend". One might find the astronomic level to which materialism, and the worship of conspicuous consumption, is taken appalling. (Especially in view of this country's current economic state.) But the unabashed honesty and self depreciating humor with which the characters tell their stories, actually makes them...likeable.
The characters, for the most part, have grown since the show started. Seeing herself on t.v. did Golnessa some good. Perhaps anger management therapy is starting to work, because she's really using her words now... it's almost safe to put the knives away. (Seeing her on t.v. did Mike some good as well. His new girlfriend looks like a keeper) M.J.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Book Junkie on November 29, 2013
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Season 3 got off to a really slow, boring start, but by episode 3, it improved dramatically. I'm liking Asa more and more...she's a true artist, and a mature, compassionate human being at the same time. I wish they showed more of Asa.

I get so bored with GG's fights and MJ's fights--I often fast-forward through them.

I love when Reza shows his emotional depth--he actually has a lot going on inside and isn't just entirely superficial.

I like it when the Shahs' families are included in the show--it makes it really interesting, and I enjoy learning more about Persian culture through them.

Mike is SO controlling--I hope his girlfriend realizes this before she commits to a lifetime with him.

Lilly provides great contrast to the immature and boring GG and MJ. I'm glad she joined the cast.

To the Shahs producers--if you an radically cut down on showing GG's fights and MJ's fights and increase all the other, more interesting stuff, Shahs will be the best reality show on TV!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shadow on December 19, 2013
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I can't help but be addicted to this show. I don't have cable so purchasing through amazon is amazing! Each episode gets better than the last.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carrie on February 13, 2014
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I love this show! I love the people and learning about new cultures! These people are super funny and this was my favorite episode when they traveled to Turkey! Very cool!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By louis on December 1, 2013
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mj is an oversaturated bag of hatred and meanness. the physics of her situation do not end well. i like the show, especially the lunatic golenessa (GG), but mj is a hot mess and not in a good way. more later because amazon only lets us do one review per season...
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By Makeupbymegs on July 14, 2014
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They are awesome! This season was the realest.. I love my middle eastern's.. Taken it back home to Iran, showing some family love & good food, party.. the whole nine. Kudo's to the team.
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I really enjoy learning about Persian culture watching this show. The people are really interesting, and the cultural elements included in the show make it worth watching. I've learned a lot about what Iranians went through during the revolution & the challenges they continue to face as a result. Very interesting.
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By Cee Bee Tee on April 21, 2014
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This is a really great series it seems these people are as real as one can get for a reality show. I know some situations are "placed" but. I want to see more and know more about them. They are interesting and show their hearts and flaws. These would be people you would want on your side. It is the only reality series where I don't want to smack anyone there are no nasties; maybe just major misbehaving. PS Mike is stellar handsome and his fiancé should kiss his feet. Love it.
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