Next Time On… Loot season 1, episode 6

July 8, 2022
Ricky Valero 0
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This article contains predictions for the Apple TV+ series Loot season 1, episode 6. 

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From Arthur asking a girl out to Molly throwing her old friend’s stuff in the hot tube, It was another jam-packed episode of Loot leading into season 1, episode 6. Here’s what went down in “Halsa”

  • Arthur throws away the painting Molly bought, only to dig it out of the trash moments later.
  • Arthur and Molly share an awkward moment in the break room.
  • Howard and Nicholas take Arthur to lunch with them which leads to them helping him set up a dating profile.
  • Molly brought the team for a much-needed spa day after Sofia was freaking out about something that went wrong at the office.
  • Arthur makes a move with a woman he meets at lunch and it impressed Howard and Nicholas.
  • Molly throws her old friend’s stuff in the hot tube which leads to her getting her membership to Halsa revoked for good.
  • The ladies come back to the office to the guys who are slightly drunk and Molly finds out that Arthur asked a girl out and she was a little jealous.
  • Molly decides to not text Arthur and eat dinner alone.

Loot season 1, episode 6 release date/time

The sixth episode, titled “The Philanthropic Humanitarian Award,” is scheduled to premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, July 15th, 2022, at midnight PT. This is the fifth of ten total episodes airing weekly between now and Friday, August 12th, 2022.

Where to watch online

Loot will air exclusively on Apple TV+. Based on a US subscription, the streaming app will cost $4.99 a month, with a seven-day free trial for new users or three months free when you buy an Apple product. 


  • Arthur goes on a date with Chelsea but Molly still lingers in his head.
  • John reappears which causes Molly to get slightly sidetracked.
  • Nicholas gets a part in a movie.
  • The city council finally approves the deal for the foundation.

You can watch this series with a subscription to Apple TV+. 

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