I DVR the show every day, I believe POP has 3 episodes a day. I've been busy & not able to watch the past couple of weeks. I had stopped watching when Kelly had to go in treatment & had that crazy roommate who she felt responsible for.
First, Kelly, who never touched anything stronger than an over the counter diet pill, has her feelings hurt because her dad left. So, to "show him", she roll up the check he left her to buy something nice for herself & snorts Collin's gram in one swoop like she's an old pro. Next week, she's a full blown addict, just living for the next hit. The following week, she is a walking zombie, dirty hair, dressing like she doesn't care, so hooked in coke is she, she can't eat, go to class, just wants to go find the next hit. Back in my late teens/ early 20's, I got in with a group of "friends" who dealed in coke. It was the late 70's & "everyone was doing it". I did it quite a bit longer than 2-3 weeks... or even 2-3 months, whatever this time period this was supposed to be. We still held jobs, went to classes, lived our lives. Not only did Kelly get addicted so quickly, she became a "cocaine connoisseur". Then, she befriends that homeless wacko in treatment. First, I find it very odd that Kelly from Beverly Hills would be in the same treatment center as a homeless person. In real life, that girl would have been sent to some clinic downtown, not to an upscale treatment center where she can experience cashmere. For the counselors to encourage Kelly to take in this minor homeless girl is another "hmmmmmm" thing. She would have gone to a half way house.
Needless to say, I went through last night & deleted the 'Single White Female' episodes, the OJ chase with a white van (when did Colin get a full size utility van?!), the 'Steve befriends a prince & finds Colin in Long Beach after trying to fight Pauly Shore" all the way through Val becoming a movie star manager episodes.