“There Goes the Motherhood” Season 1 came to an end Wednesday (June 8) by showcasing how far all the mommies have come since the season started — all except Alisa Starler, that is. But rather remarkably, the other five women don’t really have any negative things going on this episode, which is great.

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1. Stefanie Fair, up 1 spot

She kills her Viper Room performance and feels like she has started a new chapter in her life. It’s great, especially because all the moms plus Stefanie’s four kids are in attendance supporting her.

2. Jen Bush, up 1 spot

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She has decided to go ahead with having baby No. 2 on her own, so fingers crossed that this show gets renewed and we get to watch Jen do that. Good for her.

Also, she apologizes to Beth in group about the mean things she said to Beth early on in the season, which is nice and very big of her.

3. Beth Bowen, up 1 spot

She’s come a long way in terms of opening up and being honest about things. Also, she finds a house to move into with her kids and is talking to her ex-husband about the custody arrangement.

4. Leah Forester and Meghan Conroy-Resich, held steady and down 3 spots

The only reason these ladies are in the No. 4 spot is because they don’t quite have as much going on this episode as the three previous mommies. But they’re in really good places with their kids and their husbands. Meghan gets a victory with Haddie’s potty training and we are very intrigued to see if Season 2 brings baby No. 4 for her and Nick.

5. Alisa Starler, up 1 spot

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OK, this girl needs to get a storyline, stat. She was barely in the finale at all, which is right in line with us hardly seeing her all season. But c’mon, show. Either cut the cast down to five or find something interesting for Alisa to do.

Posted by:Andrea Reiher

TV critic by way of law school, Andrea Reiher enjoys everything from highbrow drama to clever comedy to the best reality TV has to offer. Her TV heroes include CJ Cregg, Spencer Hastings, Diane Lockhart, Juliet O'Hara and Buffy Summers. TV words to live by: "I'm a slayer, ask me how."