Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23 “Shitagi Nashi” Review – Season Finale! May 23, 2012 ABC, Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23, Reviews I’m so sad that Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23 is over! Tonight’s “Shitagi Nashi” was the season finale of this fantastic ABC comedy. June (Dreama Walker) is thrilled to be considered one of the “cool kids” while hanging out with Chloe (Krysten Ritter). The only problem is, she and Chloe don’t really have a lot (or anything) in common, and when June is forced to stop drinking because of alcohol poisoning, she begins to feel a little desperate and left out of Chloe’s lifestyle. An unlikely friend points out that June has forgotten every reason that she came to New York in the first place, which sets June back on her path to finding a job on Wall Street. Said friend is actually the author of a graphic novel titled “Tall Slut, No Panties” which is based on our favorite b—-, Chloe. She attempts to play off the novels as nothing more than something she thinks is a little neat, but freaks out when Patrick changes heroines and has “Bowling Girl” (June) killing Chloe’s character. James (James Van Der Beek) explains to June that Chloe is afraid of losing her “It Girl” status and has a revelation about him and Luther (Ray Ford) as well. Dean Cain guest stars on Apartment 23 this week and James’ Dancing with the Stars competitor with a dressing room that is six inches larger. James blames Luther for his lack of the best dressing room, and teeters on firing him. However, in the end, James realizes that Luther is more than an assistant, he’s a friend. Which Chloe discovers about June as well. Even if they don’t have a lot in common, they’re still friends, and June can still be one of the “cool kids” without partying with June. As always, the one liners of Apartment 23 were the best parts of the episode. Here are my favorites: “His dressing room had 1/3 more ceiling tiles than mine! That’s six inches larger! The walls are closing in!” “If I had time to know who was stalking me, I wouldn’t have time to be my fabulous self!” “Let’s get someone impeached!” “Do I like myself better upside down?” “Now she’s dead. Or lives on a horse farm. Or makes organic baby food or something…” “Shut up, goblin! I don’t know you!” While comedies really aren’t normally my cup of tea, I just absolutely adore Apartment 23. The cast, the writers, everything about this show just makes it a spot on sassy comedy that makes me happy each week. I’m going to miss you, Don’t Trust the B—- In Apartment 23! I’m going to miss your theme song, I’m going to miss June’s wide eyes, I’m going to miss all of Chloe, and I’m going to miss all of the love James has for himself. Until next season when we can meet again, I just want to say I’m looking forward to it! Follow me on Twitter! @popKelture Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Michelle Great review! I agree this show is hilarious and love James Van Der Beek playing himself. Can’t wait for next season.