In this episode of The Empire Files host Abby Martin turns a sharp eye towards the United States' relationship with Saudi Arabia and delivers an alarming overview of the country's poor track record with regards to human rights violations.
On the surface, Saudi Arabia appears to be a lavish, civilized society boasting regal architecture and extravagant resorts.
The house, located at 9809 Margo Street, was originally owned by Jesse's aunt Ginny.
Jesse moved in while his aunt was dying of lung cancer.
However, earlier in the series (Art House episode, S1 - E24) we learn that Arthur can play the piano when he temporarily moves out and after his house warming party Doug says to Carrie, "Who knew Arthur could play the piano like that?
" In the final scene of the episode, Arthur is searching for used bottles of nasal spray.
Always thinking three-steps ahead, Kenya is preparing to take her hair care line into retail stores and is excited for this exciting next phase.
Though Kenya has been in a relationship with a man 16 years her junior, she's nobody's old lady.
While talking to Carrie, he puts the Cheese Doodle package on the table with a can of cola behind it.
Kenya Moore is the triple threat with beauty, brains, and talent.
Originally from Detroit, the former psychology major left Michigan with fierce drive and determination to build her own unique brand.
After spending the next few months alone in the house, which is still much larger than he needed, Jesse began hosting a multiday, nonstop, drug-addled party with strangers in an attempt to cope with his guilt following the murder of Gale Boetticher.
This was followed by another wave of renovations to deal with the graffiti leftover from the party.