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Netflix's 'Selling Sunset' does not skimp on drama; here's a ranking of the new season's kerfuffles(EDITORS: This discusses plot details from the second season of "Selling Sunset.") - - - For those with no room in their lives for other people's drama - totally understandable, at this point - here is your final warning. Because the second season of Netflix's "Selling Sunset," now streaming, does not skimp on the pettiness one bit. In fact, it overloads the pettiness. If we were to fill one of the show's Los Angeles mansions with a tangible form of pettiness, the foundation would start cracking. As a refresher, "Selling Sunset" is the reality series centered on West Hollywood's Oppenheim Group, a real estate brokerage employing the sort of agents who might accidentally wear stilettos to a construction site. The company is run by a man - Jason Oppenheim, whose twin brother, Brett, serves as senior vice president - but the show is more concerned with the women who work there and the drama consuming their televised lives. "Selling Sunset," it should be noted, comes from the creator of "The Hills." None of this is to suggest these agents aren't good at their jobs - one of them even shows a property on her wedding day. If anything, they're remarkably efficient, making room in their lives for luxury property sales and friendship meltdowns of a similar scale. But not all drama is created equal. So, in the spirit of pettiness, here is a ranking of this season's kerfuffles, from worst to best. 5. Christine's sudden engagement The second season picks up a bit after the first, with resident villain Christine Quinn returning from various travels abroad with her new beau, Christian. Christine's co-workers are surprised to learn ahead of her return that she is newly engaged, a fact she declined to share with them. She says she was waiting to tell them in person, but the others, especially estranged bestie Mary Fitzgerald, still...