'Selling Sunset' Season 5: Mary takes over as manager while Chrishell-Christine feud intensifies
The conflict between Chrishell and Christine at the Oppenheim office deepens as Jason transfers the baton to Mary
Mary Fitzgerald, star of 'Selling Sunset,' has been appointed to fill in the new managerial position at The Oppenheim Group, where she will be responsible for keeping control of some of the toughest people in the drama-filled workplace.
In the exciting season 5, fans of the blockbuster Netflix show will see Mary in action as Vice President, but it doesn't appear to be all fun and games. Jason Oppenheim can be seen spending a lot of time down in the OC office while somebody needs to keep order at their OG office, and Mary is honored and pleased that he trusted her with the task. However, she must also strive to keep control over some of the people who are hard to check. The work that appears to be a pain in the neck might actually be rather enjoyable at the moment. All the girls, for the most part, are exceedingly polite and eager for Mary to take up this new job.
Even though Mary wishes for everyone to start afresh, it takes a lot of effort to do so. The continuous conflict between Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn is making things difficult at the office. Christine indicates in one scene from the season 5 trailer that Chrishell is only receiving more listings because she is "f**king" boss Jason. Things can't be as easy as Mary would like them to be with so much animosity in the office. It's especially difficult for her since she needs to put her friendships and personal sentiments aside while she's at the office and concentrate on what's best for the brokerage and how to resolve issues. Christine Quinn and Mary Fitzgerald had a strong friendship at first, but it wasn't long until they couldn't agree on anything.
Although her ex-boyfriend Jason Oppenheim has gone public with girlfriend Chrishell Stause on the most recent season of 'Selling Sunset,' Mary Fitzgerald is overjoyed for the new pair. The reality star could be seen admitting to her co-stars that Jason was now in a better position to "commit," compared to when she dated him. In terms of the workplace, Mary believes the relationship will not influence the Oppenheim Group, where both Jason and Chrishell work. The nod to this relationship might also indicate that the "Mary gets favored" baton has been handed to someone else. There have already been allegations that Jason offered Mary more listings because of their past, which the Oppenheim founder has disputed.
Where do Christine and Chrishell stand now?
From pals to barely courteous. Following the seemingly cordial relationship between Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause imploding in front of the cameras, the formerly amicable coworkers were thrust into an emotional roller-coaster of a drama that only grew as the show progressed. While they are no longer friends who can catch up over a cocktail after filming, they are now sharing an office at The Oppenheim Group and are attempting to work together. After hearing many dubious statements made behind Christine's back in season 4, Chrishell maintained her distance from her this new season.
Chrishell addressed the media about why she refused to film with Christine after season 4 aired, stating that her nemesis made some rather defamatory statements against her in an interview. She also revealed that she was thinking of filing a lawsuit against Christine. While Chrishell is dating Jason in the current season, Christine is shown slamming the pair, stating she doesn't know whether their love is genuine. Christine has made several snarky remarks about Chrishell throughout the years.
'Selling Sunset' Season 5 premieres on Friday, April 22, 2022, on Netflix.