While there have been many confusing parts to season four of Selling Sunset (for example, THAT love triangle with Christine Quinn and Emma Hernan), viewers have actually been super puzzled by a certain word the cast keep saying.
Fans have been wondering what on earth "escrow" means, a term that the cast have been using when discussing their listings on the show.
One Twitter user posted an edited picture of a Real Housewife asking "Who is escrow?" with the caption: "Me watching Selling Sunset,"which garnered a huge response.
Another tweeter replied: "HahHaha I finally gave in and decided to Google that word seven episodes in."
While somebody else admitted: "Four seasons and I still don’t know what it means".
Another viewer similarly confessed on Twitter: "Four seasons of Selling Sunset finished and I still have no idea what 'fell out of escrow' means".
To which someone replied: " HAHHAHAHAHA same and every time I’m like … omg no not the escrow !!!!"
One helpful Twitter user gave an explanation though: "Period of time the buyer can back out after the offer is accepted".
Which is pretty on the money - escrow is the name of the time between accepting an offer and before the transaction is actually completed - it's a sort of limbo land in real estate where someone can still pull out.
However, now some viewers are happily using the word "escrow" and even getting emotional about it.
"I honestly started watching Selling Sunset ironically, but now I’m genuinely concerned that Chrishell’s deal fell out of escrow and she has no back up offers..", tweeted one invested viewer.
"I’m so emotional I got teary eyed when Chrishell went into escrow on Selling Sunset", said another fan.
Well, we're happy for 'Escrow'... whoever she is.
Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix.