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The music industry bids goodbye to Phil and Shelli makes a difficult decision in the season finale of Roadies.
“The Corporate Gig” follows the Staton House band to San Diego as they play at a private corporate event for the CEO of a rubber company whose products used to be harmless, but are now ethically questionable.
In this episode, we find out what sparked Phil’s legendary career as a roadie, Reg labors over who’s going on the Staton-House Band’s European Tour before making a truly shocking and troubling discovery, and Bill’s reminded of where Shelli’s ultimate loyalty lies.
This week on Roadies, Kelly Ann learns the hard way sometimes your idols aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, and an unlikely trio road trips to Mike Finger’s house to retrieve some stolen Staton-House goods.
This week on Roadies, the hometown double-header in Denver draws to a close, and not without casualty. Bill and Shelli tiptoe around an awkward conversation, the illustrious Janine drops a huge truth bomb, and the tour still doesn’t have an opening act.
When the band comes home to Denver on Roadies, friends and family swarm the arena, bringing tough memories and old hang-ups with them.
The crew’s day off is ruined when they must go to extreme lengths to break a curse Reg brings upon them while Shelli and Rick scramble to find Rick the bass player, who’s disappeared.
The crew faces the wrath of a famous music blogger until Wes takes matters into his own hands, and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac guest stars, helping Roadies finally pack some serious musical punch.
Bill and Shelli must scramble to find a new opening act; Bill fears the stress of filling Phil’s shoes might kill him, literally; word spreads among the crew that cutbacks aren’t finished and someone else is getting fired.