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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31 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will admit that I have only seen one episode of SoH and perhaps the series will get better with future installments, but based on the pilot episode currently on AE On Demand, I will not be tuning in to see how the show develops.

I simply do not understand what exactly this show wants to show us, or has to offer from the glut of other reality t.v. currently airing today. There is not a single likable character - Not David Weintraub and his voice-overs that stress just what a big deal he is, and how he loves the Hollywood glitz and high life. Not Randy Spelling, whom seemed affable enough, but simply didn't do much of anything to imprint himself on a viewer one way or the other, and surely not Sean Stewart whom goes through lazy rich kid, spoiled aspiring musician, binge-drinking, aggressive behavior, and then blowing all his money at a casino and spending the rest of the night trying to bum money from his posse to continue playing. If the main cast comes off as a lesser Princes of Malibu, then the supporting cast is the very worst of entourage. I couldn't tell you any of their names, but I will say that every time they came into the camera's view, the viewing experience became even worse for me.

As to the show, what is the point? The main characters chain smoke, drink at every moment, order the most expensive meals at one restaurant then bemoan how low they have fallen when forced to eat eggs and hash browns at another, and basically do nothing interesting the entire show. No clever little moments, witty sayings, or interesting happenings that make you glad you tuned in. No, this is simply Rich Boys Gone Wild on their parents bank accounts and a camera crew in tow.

Total, complete waste of time in my opinion.

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