Not only does Josh rub elbows with the rich and fabulous, he also conspires with Gummi Bear to fake his own death. In a memorable moment from the first episode of Listing, besties Jason Davis (aka Gummi Bear) and Josh consider staging their deaths and holding funerals to find out who their REAL friends are. Sounds like someone has too much free time.
Poor Chad. He might make millions, but the poor guy just wants to make his dad proud. It’s this dysfunctional dinner scene that leads to Chad opening up about his strained relationship with his father. Maybe Dad’s just jealous of his son’s hair?
It was hard at times to remember that this was a series about real estate … not hairstyles. But some of Million Dollar’s best moments were of Chad primping to make that Beatles inspired ‘do look perfect.
Million Dollar Listing’s most hilarious asset, Josh’s Grandma, is possibly the savviest real estate agent on the show, and Josh is the first to admit it. "My grandma helped me get the listing and now she's going to help me close the deal." Grandma’s one tough lady - good luck getting that inheritance Josh.
Much of season two revolved around Madison’s sexual escapades. Is he bi? Straight? Gay? We don’t know, and he doesn’t seem to know either. The plot thickens when we meet Madison’s ex, Lauren, who he says he’ll love forever. He certainly loves her in a skimpy bathing suit…
You’d think there would be plenty of young, intelligent people ready and willing to work for a hot, successful real estate agent. Not exactly. Madison’s hunt for the perfect assistant involves interviewing a string of attractive blondes, who, like, can’t work full time cause they, like, have other important things to do. And dreams besides filing and faxing.
Mo’ money, mo’ problems, especially between the stars of Listing. Madison is the only agent who manages to avoid the mess, but Josh and Chad go at it like ten-year-olds on the school playground. After a couple rounds of “he said, he said” the guys decide to avoid one another and resolve to gossip behind each other’s backs.
Suzan Hughes wants a beachside rental in the Colony. Chad’s all, “That’s impossible!”And then of course does the impossible, finding her the perfect spot in Malibu (a steal at only 75,000 bucks a month!) Ever the gentleman, Chad gives Suz a housewarming gift and a note telling her to enjoy her stay in the ‘bu. Suz is confused. The ‘bu? Boo? Booohh?
Quick quiz: What’s the one thing Chad loves more than his hair? His GF Victoria! After a visit to the spa, a romantic dinner, and some lavish jewelry (Victoria, just marry him already) Chad pops the question. No, not marriage. Moving in!
To be as successful as Chad, you’d expect the guy to be a little bit anal and obsessive compulsive. But Chad, plastic bags? Really? Chad just really likes to keep things organized. And leak free. And air tight. And his um, toilet paper fresh.
The top two things on Madison’s mind? Sex and money. When he’s not making real estate deals, he’s questioning his sexuality. In this classic scene, Mad finally defines his sexual preference: Polyamorous. Poly-whatnow? According to Madison (and Madison’s therapist) this means you can have an open relationship with anyone and everyone!
Chad decides to do his client, Cuttino Mobley, a favor by finding him a place in Vegas. But instead of showing up to look at properties, the NBA star sends his assistant, Lauren, who shows up with big hair, a big scowl, and a big list of demands. Someone needs to take off her cranky pants.