The group’s time in college is finally coming to an end. Unfortunately, Joseline and Amber Rose won’t be participating in the program anymore, and we know why, but their absences are felt tremendously. But the rest of the crew must keep moving forward and do what they must to graduate. That means it’s time for them to go to school and get their final assignments sorted out.
Ray J swears he’s going to become valedictorian, even though Parker is the one with the highest GPA. Iman and Kway also swear that maybe they’ll be able to pull off valedictorian too.
Let’s fast forward a bit.
Now, we find them back in school at the start of finals, and they present their projects in African American Lit, Civil Rights History Class, acting, and more. They’ve learned a lot during their short time in school, and it’s especially fun to watch them do their acting finals. They all got deeply personal in the scenes they wrote.
Back at the house, Tiffany remembers being engaged and tells O’Ryan they should keep things platonic. She adds that she won’t make any more flirtatious advances. O’Ryan is receptive and says he’d love to move forward as friends. But then, right after saying that, Tiffany starts flirting with him again. It doesn’t seem to go anywhere, except for Tiff offering to give O’Ryan another bath but then mentions that she also wants to take advantage of him.
Their chemistry is strong, but it’s unclear whether this is over because what Tiffany says and does vary.
Graduation day has finally arrived. They all look good in their black and gold cap and gown ensembles as they get their ASU certificates. Tiffany, Parker, Ray Jay, Iman, Kway and O’Ryan get introspective about what they’ve learned about themselves from the experience.
Ray J, Iman, Kway and Parker, all graduate with honors. However, Parker becomes a salutatorian, and surprisingly, there are two valedictorians. Iman and O’Ryan share that title. They move their tassels to the left to signify that they’ve completed their requirements for their certificates in multidisciplinary studies, and that’s another season of “College Hill: Celebrity Edition” down in the books.
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