Sons of famous celebrities trying to make it on their own in Hollywood

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Series cast summary:
Sean Stewart ...
 Himself (12 episodes, 2007)
David Weintraub ...
 Himself (12 episodes, 2007)
Bobby Heyward ...
 Himself (3 episodes, 2007)


Sons of famous celebrities trying to make it on their own in Hollywood

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30 June 2006 (USA)  »

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Give it a chance...
17 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I know most reviews haven't been too nice and really made it sound like a show you shouldn't be watching but really you should give it a chance.

The show is great! I realize at times, the guys seem like they are trying a little too hard, can be real jerks i.e., Sean and sometimes they put the cheese on a little too thick. But this show finally shows most of us "normal" people that while we might not be rich and/or famous we might have better lives.

These guys, well mostly Sean, seem so confused at times and so unsure of how to act that it's a little sad… I know you say they have money they have connections why feel bad for them – but come on if your father was like this huge star and you wanted to venture out in the same field wouldn't you feel a little insecure and maybe not handle the pressure that well? Besides at the end of the day I really don't think these guys are that bad. Plus there are some pretty funny scenes – like them dancing keeps me laughing all week.

Plus each guy does bring his own personality to the table (which is different in all three guys).

Randy is pretty down to earth, educated and polite. I don't see a huge acting career in his future. You either have it or you don't and while I haven't really seen much of his work I don't think he has it. But he has passion. Which you can see in the way he handles some of the situations in his life, which every good producer, director needs. He just has to find a good project and go with it. I don't see him becoming the next tragic E! True Hollywood Story – I think at the end of the day he knows what matters most.

Dave a pure "nobody" in a sense is very hard working and dedicated to making a name for himself, when he could just tag along on the coat tails of his friends. He also seems to truly care for the guys – because you can tell when he is "acting" and when he is actually being there for the others. He does seem a little overbearing at times but I guess that's the business. He also tries to act like Ari Gold but doesn't everyone out there want to "hug it out" - so better to pick him as inspiration than say Joe Simpson – who is just creepy.

Sean- poor Sean. I think Sean is a jerk but I think he is broken and while he is rude, crude and needs a good slap in the face he really needs to learn to like himself and surround himself with positive people who like him for him. I also think he needs to hang out with people who don't drink and feel the need to go to clubs every night. I know he wants to be a "Rock Star" but he needs to make his health and mental state his number one priority. But he is a funny guy when he can control his temper. He just needs more real friends – ones that will tell him how it is. Because if he did, do you really think he'd act the way he does and still have people to call?

So viewing audience I would consider watching the show – it's good for a laugh and gives you the opportunity to see that the grass isn't always greener.

One last comment – these guys smoke WAY too much so please don't think it's a "cool" thing to do… It's gross

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