Intrigue abounds at the Grand Waimea Hotel, an exclusive Hawaiian escape for the wealthy, powerful and beautiful. Hawaiian-born Jason Matthews runs the hotel as the assistant manager and ...
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Intrigue abounds at the Grand Waimea Hotel, an exclusive Hawaiian escape for the wealthy, powerful and beautiful. Hawaiian-born Jason Matthews runs the hotel as the assistant manager and makes sure every guest gets everything they need. But when former flame, Nicole Booth, arrives as the hotel's new Director of Guest Relations, Jason's world is turned upside down. But the Grand Waimea owner, Vincent Colville, is staying on top of him to make sure his past with Nicole won't affect their work life. Just as interesting as the hotel's wild and crazy clientele is its staff, which is filled with friends, thrill-seekers, con artists, and dreamers in paradise. Waitress M.J. Bevans, Jason's surrogate little sister and roommate, is just waiting for her t-shirt design business to blossom into a fashion empire. Chris Remsen runs an adventure company that caters to Waimea guests. Bartender Frankie Seau keeps those guests well-lubricated while trying to hide a mysterious past. Also included is ... Written by
Just what primetime television needs, another Melrose Place/Las Vegas/90210/O.C. clone. I thought this show would be cool like Magnum P.I., but instead it's filled with close-ups of smooth young faces in turmoil, tinkling piano music, lame plot twists, and a telling absence of local people. Everyone speaks as though they are L.A. transplants, complete with snotty valley lingo, and not a single "howzit?" or "oh, for real?" can be heard from anyone's lips. This show needs some local flavor, pronto, otherwise they should rename it "Malibu". The only remotely Hawaiian thing about the show is the beach, and even it looks artificial. Even the intro and the song are about as uncool and uninspired as you can get. Also, they need to back up the cameras about twelve feet, I don't want to subconsciously study all those California nose jobs. You know, if the cameras get any closer to the actors on these shows, soon the lens will be pressed right up against their skin. I predict this show will last for ten episodes.
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