Season 1 finale: Cameras follow Robert for a documentary. Also on his agenda: a Broadway musical titled "Gay Gardens." Meanwhile, Robert attends the premiere of the Broadway musical "9 to 5" and styles Eva Longoria Parker, assisted by Donatella Versace.
Robert wants an awards show of his own, so his staff must look for a suitable location and design Robert's award. Meanwhile, Robert hosts the red-carpet gala at the TVLand Awards and styles Kathy Griffin for the GLAAD Awards. RuPaul also appears.
Robert wants to look younger, so he and the team develop personalized age-reversing surgical procedures and cosmetic products. Robert also plans a surprise 40th-birthday party for the vice president of his company.
Robert wants a shopping mall of his very own, filled with stores that sell his favorite things. Robert also donates clothes to the Housing Works, a thrift store benefiting homeless people with HIV/AIDS.
Robert wants a royal wedding, but first must find a Prince Charming, so he begins dating. Meanwhile, he styles Eva Longoria Parker for the Met Ball costume affair at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Robert and his team meet with television executives to develop the Robert Verdi channel (RTV), and Bethenny Frankel ("The Real Housewives of New York City") helps Robert develop a cooking show for RTV. Meanwhile, Robert gives his team members makeovers to get them dates for a party he's organizing.
Style expert Robert Verdi juggles his professional life and private desires: "I'm always looking to expand the Robert Verdi brand," he says modestly. In the opener, he says that he wants to become an internationally beloved children's cartoon character before heading off to a toy store with his "focus group": his four nieces. Verdi also consults cartoonist-author Marisa Acocella Marchetto about his character. Meanwhile, his assistant oversees a baby shower for Ana Ortiz.