After weeks of deals panning out and falling through, drinks being thrown, grandmas dispensing priceless advice and more grand vistas than you can imagine, the season's final episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Wednesday night at 9/8c) is upon us. Will Madison Hildebrand close out strong with a deal (while dealing with some sad dog news), or give more reason for Josh Altman to keep ragging on him for not selling like him. Are Josh Flagg and boyfriend Colton going to make things official? Or, perhaps Josh will spend some of his hard-earned commission loot and put a ring on it for Heather?
You'll see all of that during Wednesday night's big finale, but for now, let's reminisce in some of the best moments from Season 5, both on the show and off:
He may not have broken the sales records this season, but Madison sure did get summer off to a hot start with his Summer By Bravo ads. Bravo indeed, sir.
Early on in the season premiere, viewers got to see Mr. Flagg and Colton sharing some pajama time with Godzilla, perhaps the best dog on Bravo (sorry, Giggy). What you didn't see on the episode was this BravoTV.com exclusive of a minute-long singalong that shows of Godzilla's pipes and penchant for a good tune. Better work on your solo skills, Gig.
Speaking of coupledom, it was the season of Heather and Josh's love -- and even though it caused all sorts of drama with Madison, it was nice to see Heather being the voice of reason when Josh got a bit too headstrong and stubborn on a deal. That's what a significant other is for!
Oh, right, the aforementioned drama. In the realm of Bravo drink throwing, Heather's dousing of Madison was pretty strong (good splash, it made a big public scene, etc), though among a crowd of fellow brokers and agents, we doubt it did much to further her career aspirations.
If it ain't Godzilla, Edith Flagg -- Josh's adorable and fur-flaunting grandmother -- is by far our favorite personality on MDLLA. She never minces words, always has the fine china out and will tell Josh to stop being a wuss when he needs it. Case in point ...
In one of the sadder moments of MDL history, Madison's adorable pup Rex went on to doggie heaven after 14 years of companionship. If you've ever had a dog or pet, you can certainly sympathize here.
And, because we had to save the best for last, Josh Altman dropped his tough guy persona for a little fun in the name of charity, unleashing his rap debut "I Sell the Dream" in order to raise money for wounded veterans. The slick video features Josh rhyming "let's go" with "escrow," Heather in a teeny gold bikini and even a sweet Shahs of Sunset cameo. Let's go, baby:
Make sure to tune in tonight at 9/8c!