Queen of the Willis (season 8)

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Queen of the Willis (season 8)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 13
Original channel First-run Syndication
Original run February 14, 2020 (2020-02-14) – May 15, 2020 (2020-05-15)
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List of Queen of the Willis episodes

This is a list of episodes from the eighth season of Queen of the Willis.


Broadcast history[edit]

The fourth season premiered on February 14, 2020 and ended on May 15, 2020 and consists of 13 episodes.


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Quillsville Under Siege

Samantha Zinn Teleplay by: Donna Doogan & Tim Doogan
Story by: George Geiger & Tom Chehak

January 17, 2020 (2020-01-17)
January 24, 2020 (2020-01-24)
January 31, 2020 (2020-01-31)
February 7, 2020 (2020-02-07)
Ava anad Melissa track a pair of killers through Quillville and Quill County where a crimewave and backlash vigilantism threaten to tear the city apart. Quillsville Police establishes a task force to assist in crime control.
(Part 1): As part of a task force response to curb growing vigilantism, Sergeant Lilly Rush goes undercover to investigate a Craven North employee's murder at a Quillsville housing project. Meanwhile, Nancy Bones (from The Rape of Heather Willis) escapes custody with the help of her prison cellmates and vows revenge on Melissa, Ava, and Rush.
(Part 2): A vigilante (identified as Jay Grissom, the father of Ray Grissom) faces trial for the beating death of a shoplifter. Meanwhile, Melissa and Ava attempts to decode the Nancy Bones' hit list (with Deanna's help) as her body count continues to grow, and Rush's cover is blown by Ray Grissom.
(Part 3): Jay Grissom's murder provides Ava, Melissa, and Quillsville Police with vital evidence to locate Nancy Bones and her accomplicae. Meanwhile, Captain Hunter works to bring down the corrupt Deputy Chief () and Rush turns to her sister and Rumer Moffitt to build a case against Ray Grissom.
(Part 4): Prostitutes in Quillsville are being murdered by a woman who lures them disguised as a bus driver. When Rush's sister from Philadelphia and Heather's daughter goes to the profession, they may be the next target.
  • The episode was loosely based on T.J. Lane's escape from the Allen Correctional Institution in Lima, Ohio.
  • The episode was originally scheduled to air on September 6, 2019 (2019-09-06); September 13, 2019 (2019-09-13); September 20, 2019 (2019-09-20) and September 27, 2019 (2019-09-27), but series creator Ava Zinn pulled the episode and was postponed due to the Skylea Carmack case coinciding with the timing of the scheduled episodes.
191 5 Valentine's Day in Quillsville, Indiana

Luka Runecraft Luka Runecraft

February 14, 2020 (2020-02-14)
To engage in romance for Valentine's Day, Angie and Ava decide to go on a 1980s-style murder mystery party on a train, but when Melissa ruins the surprise, thanks to Lilly Rush's discovery of what her role is, a new mystery crops up — after Ava and Angie have sex in the train bathroom. Meanwhile, Shushu travels back in time to the '1940's and "visits" a little boy who turns out to be Ava's infant father to her dismay; Brynn learns a secret about her boyfriend, Caleb Mullins; Mayor Pence learns to treat men with respect or else; Tabby sets up the sextuplets on blind dates; and Heather is visited by her ex-boyfriends/signigficant others.
Guest stars:Brynn Cartelli, Maddie Poppe, Jena Asciutto, Jordan Smith, Britton Buchannan, Nick Fradiani, and Billy West
192 6 The Steak Nazi

Tracia Matthewson Season Atkins

February 21, 2020 (2020-02-21)
As Ava and Angie prepare to celebrate Angie's 50th birthday, which comes to an abrupt end when Ava suffers a heart attack after apprehending a dine and dash suspect and Angie lashes out at the Willis family. To make themselves all feel young, Deanna takes The Willis family and Heather's daughter, Rumer Moffitt, to Saint Chuck Marlow Steak House. Upon arriving, Ava, Angie, and Deanna all have interactions that make them feel insulted and old and while there, Ava suffers a heart attack and Heather's water breaks and goes into labor at a restaurant. The Willis family and Heather's daughter, Rumer, get to the hospital for the birth of the baby, of which Rumer delivers Heather's son and Rumer's brother (whom Heather names "Arthur") but gets overwhelmed when Heather embraces new parenthood as a single mother. Angie tries—in vain—to be cool at the hospital. Deanna performed CPR on Ava, saving Ava's life. Ava's hospital room becomes the venue for Angie's scaled down 50th birthday party.
The Girls Are Back in Quillsville

Tracia Matthewson Tracia Matthewson

February 28, 2020 (2020-02-28)
March 6, 2020 (2020-03-06)
With channel 40's switch from The CW to CBS, Kendra Kendall returns to Quillsville, with her transgendered husband and two younger daughter saccompanying her. When a conflict arises between Angie and Miles, it is up to Ava, Melissa and Kendra to reconcile their wives in order to save their friendship. Meanwhile, Deanna, Connie, Allison and Jackie anger a psychopathic bully who threatens to kill the four women in a fight. Meanwhile, Heather is disturbed by Angie exposing her nudity to her.
  • First appearance of Kendra Kendall, Allison Kendall, and Jackie Kendall
Girl (Lobster) Meets Boy (Lobster)

Tiffani Zinn Breeanna Sorensen

April 3, 2020 (2020-04-03)
April 10, 2020 (2020-04-10)
April 17, 2020 (2020-04-17)
Part 1:After Heather falls in love with Jake (voiced by Gilbert Godfried), a male lobster, who is more sexually active as she is, but things take a turn for the worse when he kidnaps her to be his sex slave, so Angie, Stephanie, and Miles must search the seedy back alleys of Quillsville to rescue her. In a subplot, Joyce and Kayla's friendship with Tabby and Shushu are put to the test after Joyce mutilates Tabby's stuffed animal, Kevin.
Part 2: Heather decides to take Jake's hand in marriage and quickly comes to regret her choice when they find out Jake's cancer has regressed after this discovery was made by Dr. Coxson.
Part 3: Heather's marriage to Jake is not what she had imagined, so she decides to let herself go at Angie's suggestion, which leads Jake to make a surprising announcement that would have Heather secretly euthanized. Meanwhile, Tabby, Shushu, and Brynn take up vaping after attending a party.
198 12 Revenge of the Male Anchors 5

Karly Jameson Ava Zinn

April 24, 2020 (2020-04-24)
Victims: Rex Smith (fatal dog and cat bites plus stab wounds), Sam Bauman (genitals bit off by Shushu), Pat Hoffman (right thumb bitten off by Tabby, despite being demoted back to sports anchor) and Michel Kuhn (fatal cat bites by Shushu and gunshot wounds by Tabby)
Motive: Emily Dwire-Smith, Julian Teekerman, and Kayla Stewart left WPTA and move to Quillsville with Teekerman and Stewart move to Fox 11/CBS 40 Quillsville.
Resolution: Mayor Pence mandates the two woman and woman-transwoman anchor format.
N/A Queen of the Willis' 200th Episode Special

Ava Zinn Karly Jameson

May 1, 2020 (2020-05-01)
Ava Zinn and Karly Jameson hosts a special looking back at the most memorable episodes from the past 200 episodes of Queen of the Willis. Fans get a look behind the scenes at the most outrageous moments on Queen of the Willis.
Quillsville Wasteland

Michael Simpson Fritz Gordon & Ava Zinn

May 8, 2020 (2020-05-08)
May 15, 2020 (2020-05-15)
Angela Baker (Shushu) who murders a prospective camper named Maria (Samantha Kendall-Dailey) and takes her identity and place at the reopened Camp Rolling Hills, renamed Camp New Horizons, and is looking to change its reputation and brand to one of friendship amongst teenagers of different social classes and racial backgrounds. The campers are separated into groups with adult leaders, but Angela/Maria makes her way around the woods, integrating herself into the groups and killing the campers and leaders. Angela shows more of a sense of abandon in killing the campers this time around, some of whom she kills for next to no reason.
201 15 Angie's Progress

Breeanna Sorensen Marti McDaniel

May 22, 2020 (2020-05-22)
Angie learns from Miles' Mexican psychic cousin, Mister Claude, in a palm reading that in a past life she was Witney Angieson (the founder of Quillsville). We are shown an 18th-century England in which Witney proposes to the love of her life, Willlie Redbush. The ruthless Queen Sheryl II, however, spots Redbush strolling through town and decides that she will marry him. When Witney is en route to her wedding, Sheryl exiles her to the New World. As Willie Redbush waits in growing anxiety, Sheryl walks into the church; she tells her Witney Angieson is dead, marrying him herself. Reaching the New World, Witney establishes the colony of Quillsville (which becomes a thriving settlement) and moves on with her life. Queen Sheryl's jester, Jesteress Tabitha soon reveals the truth to Redbush, who leaves for Quillsville and reunites with Willie. When the queen learns Redbush is gone, she leaves for Quillsville to reclaim him. When they are found, Witney threatens to kill an officer and Sheryl threatens to kill Redbush. After the exchange of threats, Witney and Tabitha decide to settle their dispute with a talent show. For her act, Queen Sheryl steals Jesteress Tabitha's (mostly unfunny) jokes. However, Witney steals the show with a techno-rock number; she and Redbush live happily ever after in Quillsville.
202 16 A Fight Waiting to Happen

Amanda Bearse Amanda Bearse

June 5, 2020 (2020-06-05)
(Part 1): Ava returns home and work to strict diet regime and other rules that she soon violates behind Angie's back. When Angie finds out, Ava walks out, and her 35 year marriage may collapse after Angie, Amanda, Deanna, Tabby, Heather, Shushu, Brynn get to a huge argument, unleashing old resentments and them trashing the house due to their suppressed anger. Heather walks out as well, and Ava temporarily moves with Heather into an apartment run by Karla Spinazola.

The episode was originally scheduled to air on February 28, 2020 (2020-02-28), but due to the death of Caroline Flack on February 15, 2020, series creator Ava Zinn pulled the episode and was postponed from that date.

203 17 The Gs in Apartment 23

Amanda Bearse Amanda Bearse

June 12, 2020 (2020-06-12)
(Part 2): Ryan Seacrest and Carson Daly visits Quillsville after Angie writes emails about the bias of female contestants. Meanwhile, in light of moving out, Heather and Ava become Quillsville Police officers as the latter's second job for Heather to obtain some money to pay the rent to Karla Spinazola.

The episode was originally scheduled to air on March 6, 2020 (2020-03-06), but due to the death of Caroline Flack on February 15, 2020, series creator Ava Zinn pulled the episode and was postponed from that date.

204 18 Crimes and Males Demeanor

Amanda Bearse Amanda Bearse

June 19, 2020 (2020-06-19)
(Part 3): Stuart, Ron, Brian takes up drinking at a middle school party while Brynn, Amanda, Emilie, Hillary, and Luanne take up porn, which brings out their more outgoing and loosened side, both concerning and delighting Angie. Meanwhile, while recovering from a leg injury following the incident in the last episode, Heather suspects that Principal Halvorson is doing drugs and enlists Deanna, Tabby and Shushu to help her and Ava out.
  • Final appearance of Deanna Willis, Brandi Sousa, Lina Willis, and Tessanne Sousa due to the Queen of the Willis spin-off, Deanna & Brandi
  • The episode was originally scheduled to air on March 13, 2020 (2020-03-13), but due to the death of Caroline Flack on February 15, 2020, series creator Ava Zinn pulled the episode and was postponed from that date.