Here’s a recap of last night’s The Hills: Lauren drives up to her new apartment; Lauren has to go to her intern interview earlier than planned; Lauren gets her internship; Lauren works a party where she fails her one and only job.
Wow, no wonder I felt totally unsatisfied with this show. I felt emptier afterward than before. I also had high hopes for last night, so I may have been setting myself up for disappointment, I mean, it CAN’T be Lauren’s fault.
My absolute favorite part of last night was when she and Heidi (I can’t believe there are girls names Heidi everywhere) were at the pool and one-brain-cell girl asks Lauren if she can get her into the party. And Lauren says – I don’t want to risk my internship just so that you guys can get into a party. This was the best part EVER – Heidi’s face totally said: “But that’s why you got the internship, isn’t it? To get into parties?” She was sooooooooooo confused. Then they freaking show up at the party and Lauren sneaks them in. And why? So that they can regroup in their own circle of friends in a different environment. Why in the world they did they HAVE to get into that party? All they did was talk to each other…ahh, how I miss
I also have to comment on these freaking princess, spoiled little bitches who all have had the life sucked out of them. Lauren was telling her admissions officer at FIDM how an internship at Teen Vogue was so great and unbelievable and the best opportunity she could ask for. Then she shows up at the interview and says – “Like, I like Vogue, so Teen Vogue is like, ummm, it’s like where it’s at” or some other worthless shit like that.
And then, the worst part was when they told her she got the internship, and her reaction was null & void. It was like some sort of life was TRYING to come out of her but all she was able to muster was an open mouth. If I were on the other end of that line, I would have thought she was the most idiotic and conceited bitch ever. Well, I still think that, but I’m just saying. Her big reaction to this ‘unbelivable opportunity’ was a mere: cool, thanks. Arghhhh, show a little excitement, appreciation, pride, gratitude, SOMETHING, some resemblance that you’re alive and not a floating feather. It’s like when the twins showed up totally late to the Acuvue commercial (which was the biggest account of their life) and they couldn’t even muster up an apology, they just stared straight ahead and waited for instructions. Or when Sabrina got a really big job and when she was told on the phone, her reaction was a soft ‘yaaaay.’
Is it totally uncool to show emotion or excitement? I’m pretty chill myself, and don’t overreact to a lot of things, but if I get a job that I’m excited about, I don’t just bob my head up once and take a breath as a show of celebration.