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There's not much to expect out of a MTV show, especially when most of their programs targets tween to early 20's audiences.
Of course, for its purely entertainment value, you SHOULDN'T have to think too much of the program - just sit back and relax...right? But "The Hills" is unbearable. Period.
I decided to give it a try and watch one episode since my girlfriend has been begging me to watch it. At first, you kind of admire Lauren's maturity of wanting to go to school and create a future for herself. Then you realize that of course she would get ushered into a reputable school, get hired for a job that most girls dream and die for. It's a goddamn TV show that sets up everything to make life seem easy! And why wouldn't it? The main characters are inherently wealthy, good-looking fashionable girls with material goods 3/4's of Americans can't afford.
There's no way in hell that Heidi could've gotten hired for that job that she had - (something about being a professional events organizer?!?) without any references, or even a flippn' resume. She basically said in the interview that she has drive, is motivated to work?! What's sad is that this creates an unrealistic dream for teens.
I think I watched about 15 minutes of it, and turned it off.
I'll say this though, MTV can really market their products, and they are definitely experts at making crap look like it's worth watching...even when it isn't.
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