"Without both halves of the couple, the show never would have been able to continue," Andrew Gruttadaro says of Cavallari ending her E! reality show after three seasons in the wake of her divorce from Cutler. "In many ways, it was a brand extension promoting an image of Cavallari as a woman who has it all, a flourishing business and a delightful home life. The divorce dents that image, but also makes it clear just how much the show was a projection. Season 3 of Very Cavallari mainly centered on the expansion of Uncommon James and how supportive Cutler had been as a husband, when in reality the couple was apparently on the brink of splitting up...Let’s be honest, Cutler was never going to do a season of TV that documented the end of his marriage. And without Cutler, well, Very Cavallari is a very different show. The various Uncommon James workplace dramas aren’t as entertaining if you don’t have a straight man in the background rolling his eyes. There was a beautiful, delicate balance between Kristin getting mad at a social media editor and Jay forcing another employee to place traffic cones up and down his driveway."