Love and Hip Hop season 2←Love and Hip Hop season 1 Love and Hip Hop season 3→
Air weekdate:Monday Cast:Yandy Smith, Tara Wallace, Amina Buddafly, Rich Dollaz, Peter Gunz, Sexxy Lexxy, Miss Moe Money, Mendeecees Harris, Chink Santana, Remy Ma, Yorma H, Rah Ali, Mariahlynn, Bianca Bonnie, Cardi B, Somaya "Boss" Reece, Olivia Longott, Kim Vanderhee, Emily Bustamante, Chrissy Lampkin Genre:Reality Channel:VH1 Status:Continuing
Love and Hip Hop season 2 episodes list:
Chrissy still doesn't have a ring on her finger and her rapper boyfriend, Jim Jones has already lost his! Jim's mom is wrecking havoc again; she recorded a diss rap, "Psychotic Bitch," clearly aimed at Jim and Chrissy.
Emily's emancipation party played like an MMA cage match. In the aftermath, everyone tries to make sense of it. But battle lines are beginning to emerge. Yandy gives Chrissy a self-help book aimed at troublesome mother-in-laws. The book instantly creates more problems than it solves. Somaya has a big showcase coming up but she's not getting much support from her manager Maurice who books ballerinas instead of B-Boys for back-up dancers. When she finally does make it to the stage, the dancers are perfect ... her wardrobe, not so much
The battle between Chrissy and Yandy escalates after Yandy expresses interest in managing Somaya. Feeling disrespected, Yandy goes AWOL and Jim Jones misses a show AND a big pay day. Emily gets the keys to her new place and has her first house guest, good friend and recording artist Teairra Mari. Teairra wants to help Emily transition to the single life and drags her to an industry event; turns out it's a party to celebrate Kimbella's cover photo on "Black Men's Magazine."
Olivia reveals her troubled relationship with her mom. Meanwhile, Jim's mom Nancy is working hard to improve relations with Chrissy. She's also trying to improve her bottom line by marketing t-shirts with a label Chrissy slapped on her last season: Psychotic Bitch. Hopefully no one will notice or mind that she spelled "psychotic" wrong. Meanwhile, Kimbella tries to make up with Emily by throwing her a party. A party that turns awkward when Chrissy arrives.
Emily's new life as a single working mom takes off when she lands a high profile styling job during New York's fashion week. But when Fab shows up to support her, everyone begins to wonder just how "single" she really is. Chrissy and Kimbella meet to try and resolve their long simmering feud. Yandy is forced to work a few miracles when Jim decides to shoot a video with 48 hours notice.
Jim buys himself a fancy new car which doesn't sit well with Chrissy who is still waiting for her fancy new ring. She meets with a trusted aunt and uncle who drop some wisdom that seems to give her renewed strength. Yandy meets up with a potential new client, video model turned singer Erica Mena. But when Erica meets Kimbella, a war of words turns physical.
Yandy finds herself at odds with both Jim and Chrissy and begins to consider a career move. Meanwhile, Kimbella tries to understand why she brings out everybody's mean side. Tired of waiting for a commitment, Chrissy gives in to pent up frustration and questions her relationship with Jim. Needing a getaway to clear her head, she takes off to Miami with Emily and Olivia. Is Jim's secret plan to engage Chrissy too little and too late?
Jim Jones suprises Chrissy in Miami with a touching proposal. Kimbella faces the demons of her past by meeting with her mother & the demons of her present by meeting with Erica to squash the beef. Meanwhile, Teirra Mari and Olivia are both being courted by super producer Rico Love. It's a three way that creates instant tensions. Exhausted and fed up, Yandy resigns as Jim's manager. And when they meet at a club in Miami, the long simmering feud finally erupts in an epic face-off.
After a volatile rain filled trip to Miami, Yandy seeks some advice from the people that mean the most in her life. She prepares to move on to greener pastures & possibly take on a new client. Olivia meets with influential DJ Funk Master Flex hoping she'll be able to move forward by confronting her harshest critics. Meanwhile, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel for her record deal quest. Emily has been enduring criticism & unsolicited opinions regarding her relationship with Fab, its time to face reality head on.
Is Olivia finally on the path to success? Will Emily & Fab live happily ever after? Jim and Chrissy confront the inevitable: will they marry or split up? Can Kimbella move past her video vixen past and settle into a more classic role with her boyfriend Juelz Santana? And how exactly will Yandy re-position herself now that she's dropped her number one client after 7 years.
"Love and Hip Hop 2: Reality Check" is not your traditional reunion show. Due to all the fights and arguments the cast had with each other, the producers were forced to do something different since several of the ladies refused to be in the same room together! In revealing, one-on-one interviews with Executive Producer Mona Scott-Young, all of the Love and Hip Hop stars speak frankly about which cast members they get along with, who they hate, and answer all of the burning questions that the fans want to know. Can Emily and Fab work it out? What exactly was in Yandy's explosive e-mail? Are Chrissy and Jim ever getting married? And, most shocking of all, find out who quit the show and may be gone for good. This special episode is not so much a season recap as it is a revelation of all the dramatic moments that never aired as well as a candid look at how being a reality TV star can change your life forever.