They filmed Spencer apologizing, but Lauren was not on the other end of that phone call. Many of the scenes you see in this show are scripted and edited so that they fit together. You will see the girls wearing outfits from days before in two or more episodes and you know that these are scenes that are being put together. What's interesting to see is how the younger audiences and these audiences are mostly targeted for women, are thinking that this lifestyle of these young women on the show are real, but clearly they are not. The show is ridiculous with the drama that goes on. It all surrounds their relationships and boy drama. It's interesting to compare a show like the Hills to Sex and the City. In the Hills, you have Lauren Conrad who appears to be working hard at school, getting respected internships then working on her own fashion line and becoming a successful woman, yet she struggles in the men department. Sex and the City portrays four successful independent women who also struggle in their relationships with men. However, though the parallels of the show are different, they are similar from a marketing standpoint for their women audiences (Levine). Here is another clip of a parody done by James Franco and Mila Kunis. A perfect example of the "relationships" on the hills. Also, at the end there is a slight portray of the "egg shot" talked about in the Levine article.
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