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The Best Episodes of Why Women Kill

Every episode of Why Women Kill ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Why Women Kill!

Three women living in three different decades: a housewife in the '60s, a socialite in the '80s and a lawyer in 2018, deal with infidelity in their marriages.

Genres:ComedyCrimeDrama

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The best episode of "Why Women Kill" is "Kill Me as If It Were the Last Time", rated 9.3/10 from 1459 user votes. It was directed by David Warren and written by Marc Cherry, Curtis Kheel. "Kill Me as If It Were the Last Time" aired on 10/17/2019 and is rated 0.4 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "I Was Just Wondering What Makes Dames Like You So Deadly".

  • Kill Me as If It Were the Last Time
    9.3/10 1,459 votes

    #1 - Kill Me as If It Were the Last Time

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2019-10-17

    Kill or be killed, that is the question. After learning the shocking truth about her daughter's death, Beth Ann devises a plan for revenge that could alter the course of many lives. As Karl's health worsens, Simone's commitment to their relationship is tested. With Jade out of the picture, Taylor and Eli are focusing on their love story, and are hopeful the past is far behind them. Season finale.

    Director: David Warren

    Writer: Marc Cherry, Curtis Kheel

  • I Was Just Wondering What Makes Dames Like You So Deadly
    8.9/10 930 votes

    #2 - I Was Just Wondering What Makes Dames Like You So Deadly

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2019-10-10

    As Beth Ann plots to remove April from Rob's life for good, a surprising confrontation reveals a secret that will shock Beth Ann to her core. Meanwhile, Naomi is reeling with anger and will do anything to protect her son, even if it means destroying Simone and Karl's reputation along the way.

    Director: Dawn Wilkinson

    Writer: Mary Elizabeth Hamilton

  • Marriages Don't Break Up on Account of Murder - It's Just a Symptom That Something Else is Wrong
    8.4/10 808 votes

    #3 - Marriages Don't Break Up on Account of Murder - It's Just a Symptom That Something Else is Wrong

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2019-10-03

    Beth Ann recruits Sheila to help pull off her faux diagnosis, taking her already far-fetched plan another step too far. As Simone and Tommy arrange their European rendezvous, a revelation may foil their plans. Taylor reaches out to Jade in hopes of helping Eli battle addiction, but his new found riches have Jade only seeing green.

    Director: Lucy Liu

    Writer: Alexa Junge

  • Practically Lethal in Every Way
    8.3/10 819 votes

    #4 - Practically Lethal in Every Way

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2019-09-19

    Beth Ann and Rob throw a housewarming party to introduce themselves to the neighborhood, but something seems to be amiss with neighbors Mary and Ralph. Hijinks ensue and secrets come to light when Simone and Karl have dinner with Amy’s conservative future in-laws. Tensions rise in the throuple after Taylor begins to question the living arrangement and reveals a dark truth about Eli.

    Director: David Warren

    Writer: Joe Keenan

  • I Found Out What the Secret to Murder Is: Friends. Best Friends.
    8.3/10 805 votes

    #5 - I Found Out What the Secret to Murder Is: Friends. Best Friends.

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2019-09-26

    Beth Ann is elated when Rob ends his affair, but that feeling is short-lived when Beth Ann learns that everything is not as she thinks. While Simone and Karl work to find common ground in their relationship, conflict ensues as Naomi grows suspicious of Tommy's erratic behavior. Eli, Taylor and Jade try to work out their issues by heading to a polyamory retreat but Eli's relapse with addiction may derail everything.

    Director: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum

    Writer: Hannah Schneider

  • The Unguarded Moment
    8.2/10 499 votes

    #6 - The Unguarded Moment

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2021-07-22

    Three weeks have passed and Alma, now very comfortable with her position in the Garden Club, decides to run for the vacated presidency. With Isabel's demise, Rita is freed from jail and Bertram grows more guilt-ridden and depressed, while Vern pursues the truth.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Murder Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry
    8.1/10 1,207 votes

    #7 - Murder Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2019-08-15

    One Pasadena, Calif. house serves as the focal point for three decades worth of marital strife. In 1963, Beth Ann's life as a doting housewife is upended when she learns of her husband Rob's infidelity. In 1984, socialite Simone is blindsided by her husband Karl's devastating secret. In present day, high-powered lawyer Taylor has an open marriage with husband Eli.

    Director: Marc Webb

    Writer: Marc Cherry

  • I Killed Everyone He Did, But Backwards and in High Heels
    8.1/10 902 votes

    #8 - I Killed Everyone He Did, But Backwards and in High Heels

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2019-08-29

    Beth Ann's scheme to drive Rob away from April brings her closer to the mistress; Simone and Karl try to keep up appearances at a gala, but Tommy gets jealous; Taylor is forced to confront the true nature of her feelings for Jade.

    Director: David Grossman

    Writer: Randi Mayem Singer

  • You Had Me at Homicide
    8.1/10 842 votes

    #9 - You Had Me at Homicide

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2019-09-05

    Beth Ann's walk on the wild side with April leads to an interesting dinner party with Rob's boss; A visit from Simone's daughter Amy threatens to derail Tommy's plan; Taylor, Jade and Eli get mixed up with Jade's crazy ex-boyfriend Duke.

    Director: Valerie Weiss

    Writer: Greg Malins

  • There's No Crying in Murder
    8.1/10 809 votes

    #10 - There's No Crying in Murder

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2019-09-12

    Beth Ann's budding friendship with April leaves her feeling conflicted, just as she is beginning to win back Rob's attention. Simone and Tommy get stuck in a precarious situation, leaving Simone to call on an unexpected source - Karl - for help. With Taylor out of town, Eli and Jade's relationship enters new territory when she helps him with his script.

    Director: David Grossman

    Writer: Jeff Strauss, Brendan Stephan

  • Dangerous Intruder
    8.1/10 531 votes

    #11 - Dangerous Intruder

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2021-07-01

    Alma takes matters into her own hands after persuading Bertram to ease Carlo's suffering. Meanwhile, Rita ensnares Scooter in her plot to blackmail Catherine and Vern's feelings for Dee grow.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • I'd Like to Kill Ya, But I Just Washed My Hair
    8.0/10 971 votes

    #12 - I'd Like to Kill Ya, But I Just Washed My Hair

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2019-08-22

    Three women living in three different decades: a housewife in the '60s, a socialite in the '80s and a lawyer in 2019, deal with infidelity in their marriages.

    Director: Marc Webb

    Writer: Austin Guzman

  • Murder, My Sweet
    8.0/10 486 votes

    #13 - Murder, My Sweet

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2021-07-15

    As Alma celebrates finally being admitted into the Garden Club, Bertram mourns the loss of the old Alma. Isabel uses her recent discovery to her own advantage and Dee grows suspicious from conflicting information surrounding Mrs. Yost’s disappearance.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Secret Beyond The Door
    7.9/10 842 votes

    #14 - Secret Beyond The Door

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2021-06-03

    With dreams of status and glamour, Alma Fillcot hopes to fill a recently vacated seat in her local Garden Club, led by the intimidating Rita Castillo. However, when Alma discovers her loving husband Bertram's shocking secret, all of that preparation and hard work is jeopardized.

    Director: David Warren

    Writer: Marc Cherry

  • The Woman In The Window
    7.9/10 639 votes

    #15 - The Woman In The Window

    Season 2 Episode 2 - Aired 2021-06-03

    A shaken Alma investigates Bertram's disturbing collection of "souvenirs," determined not to let this discovery complicate her Garden Club aspirations. Meanwhile, Rita is still suspicious of Scooter's devotion and is further aggravated by the arrival of Catherine, her ailing husband's daughter.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • They Made Me A Killer
    7.9/10 535 votes

    #16 - They Made Me A Killer

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2021-06-24

    Alma learns how cruel a wounded Rita her advantage. Bertram feels tempted to resume his "hobby," leading him to seek counsel with a trusted figure from his past.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • The Woman in Question
    7.9/10 488 votes

    #17 - The Woman in Question

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2021-07-08

    Newly widowed, Rita's elation is short-lived when Catherine questions her innocence in Carlo's death, much to Alma's delight. Dee introduces her parents to Vern at a dinner with multiple shocking revelations.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Lady In The Lake
    7.8/10 579 votes

    #18 - Lady In The Lake

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2021-06-10

    Alma and Bertram devise a plan to bury a potential setback. Their daughter, Dee, enlists Vern's services when she suspects Scooter of lying, meanwhile Rita attempts to clear the air with Catherine.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Scene Of The Crime
    7.8/10 558 votes

    #19 - Scene Of The Crime

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2021-06-17

    After Alma is tipped off that the Garden Club will make a surprise visit to her home, she persuades Bertram to help her prepare despite the police investigation of their missing neighbor next door. Heartbroken, Dee seeks comfort in Vern.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • The Lady Confesses
    7.5/10 599 votes

    #20 - The Lady Confesses

    Season 2 Episode 10 - Aired 2021-07-29

    In order to protect her glory, notoriety, and newly glamorous life, Alma concocts a desperate and dramatic scheme after Vern’s investigation leads to his new in-laws.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A