Chris Brown continues proving what a bully he is with women, Janet Jackson is irritating fans with no refunds and "Catfish" creator Nev Schulman felt the Twitter-verse turn quickly with just one tweet.
Season 4 Episode 18 of Catfish starts with Nev introducing his temporary partner-in-crime (while Max is away directing a movie) Todrick Hall, who was a contestant on American Idol and is now a Youtube star.
Season 4 Episode 16 of Catfish begins with Nev and Max receiving an email from 22-year-old Ayissha who lives in California. She explains how she met a girl named Sydney two years ago who was from California, but was living in Texas.
After the previous episode of Catfish “Prophet and Trinity” went through all the typical things we expect to see in an episode, episode 14 of season 4 “Sara and Thaddeus” brought a relatively more unorthodox story to the show.
If I told you that this episode of Catfish involved a celebrity, you would probably assume was about an imposter using a star’s identity to catfish someone. However, Season 4 Episode 13 “Prophet and Trinity,” actually involves a Grammy-nominated artist being catfished by a regular girl.
Episode 12 is the final episode of season 4 of MTV’s "Catfish: The TV Show" revolves around Falesha, who discovered a mysterious profile of a girl named “Jacqueline,” someone who was using her pictures (Falesha's) throughout a social media profile.
Season 4 Episode 10 of “Catfish” begins with Nev and Max reading out an email they received from Aurora, mother of Steven. She tells Nev and Max that Steven, who lives in Texas, has been interacting with a Californian girl named Samm online.
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