Nadine Rajabi

Nadine reflects on all the love and progress in the season finale.

on Feb 10, 2013

It’s the season finale of Shahs. What a long ride it’s been. I know we still have the two-part reunion and a lost footage episode to come, but I’m already going through withdrawals thinking about not having my Shahs fix.

I loved this episode for many reasons. It tied up most of the story lines, but still left some things open-ended to keep me wanting more in the reunion.

. . .Let’s dive right in!

Last week the episode left off with GG at the dinner party about to confront Asa. Though the confrontation happened, her big apology was certainly not how Reza, nor anyone else had planned. She basically said she didn’t mean to violate Asa in a physical form, but she’s not sorry for “the source of her anger.” Then a series of “wack” things ensued. Before I go on, let’s distinguish what the word "wack" or "whack" means so there’s no confusion about the tone with which this exchange went down:

According to Urban Dictionary:

Wack or Whack (Adjective
1. Lame, sorry ass, aint even legit

2. Something that just plain sucks, or isn’t cool at all. Lame.
Sentence: In the famous words of Whitney Houston, “Crack is Whack.”