“As the curtain falls on Season 7 of Selling Sunset, the tumult and rifts within the Oppenheim Group, prevalent throughout most of the season, seem to approach a turning point, demanding resolution as the season concludes.
A central mystery in the season finale revolves around G and Chrishell’s relationship. The revelation of their secret wedding adds a layer of intrigue, with Chrishell sporting a diamond ring, a subtle hint at the undisclosed event that unfolded off-camera between seasons.
Bre, feeling undervalued and seeking empowerment, presents a bold proposal for a revised agent-brokerage sales split. Jason, however, opposes Bre’s proposition, emphasizing equal treatment for everyone in the office. Bre’s response manifests as a dramatic departure from the office, a firm stand after her proposal meets staunch resistance.
Bre’s absence from the storyline persists until the grand opening party of the new Los Angeles office, where tensions escalate. Jason, a central figure in the season’s drama, plays a crucial role at the event, navigating turbulent office dynamics while grappling with personal conflicts.
The season finale features a heartwarming moment as Amanza and Chrishell, who had their share of conflicts, finally sit down to address their misunderstandings. Amanza’s plea for unity contrasts with Chrishell’s need for personal space, providing a poignant moment of reconciliation.
Cassandra’s arrival at the grand opening party introduces a new dynamic. Chelsea attempts to mediate a conversation between Cassandra and Bre, but the latter’s resistance becomes apparent. Cassandra, diplomatically but assertively, confronts Bre about her reputation, leading to a heated exchange. Bre’s frustration culminates in a shocking moment when she stands up, removes her microphone, and declares, ‘Fck this place and Fck this show,’ before storming out.
The Selling Sunset Season 7 finale, titled ‘Commission Impossible,’ weaves together the threads of tension, conflict, and personal growth that defined the season. While some storylines find resolution and reconciliation, others conclude with explosive confrontations and dramatic exits, leaving fans eager to discover the future of the Oppenheim Group.”