Two new British agents replace Madison's drama with their own
Drama level: 4
Smarm level, on a scale of 0 to Josh Altman: 0
Hair situation: several inches high on the top of his head and rising
After slapping other Josh at the end of last season, Josh Flagg doesn't have much to do besides actually sell houses, which may explain why the producers are importing Ryan from "Million Dollar Listing: New York" to negotiate with him over a property next week. While he's always been the least grating character, ever since Josh Flagg came out and we were introduced to his partner, Colton, he's been even softer and less smarmy.
Josh Flagg handles the show's conceit the best, perhaps because he's been with the show the longest and now knows how to create his own scenes that don't actually interfere with his real estate. His probably-real back injury lead Josh to create some comedy by requesting he be pushed around Beverly Hills in a gold wheelchair, which he'd hope out of while other people weren't looking--well, everyone except the camera crew. He also had another agent visit his sickbed as if he was the Godfather.
The show's best character has been Josh's grandmother, Edith Flagg, who appeared just once earlier this season; she died in August, so it's unclear if any future episodes will include footage with her. She will absolutely be missed, however.