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I am going to rate this season a 3/5. It's only semi-entertaining at best. The series has definitely reached it's expiration date. It's basic Hills: the gang getting drunk and going out, "drama" between whoever is having casual sex with Brody Jenner and who ever wants to or used to, random vacations where they all just party, Audrina dating random dirty looking guys, one girls talking about another girl behind their back regarding something petty, Heidi and Spencer "fighting", etc. It's worth watching for the hot body of Audrina Patridge, but not much else.
The best thing that the creators of the show could have done would have been to scrap the series after season 4's Heidi and Spencer wedding episode. I am convinced that if the series were to continue to a season 6 or 7 in it's current form that even the most hardcore Hills fan would agree.
10 Episodes on 2 Discs (2010) being released on DVD April 27
"The Hills" is a "reality" soap opera taking place in Hollywood with several similar characters. If you've never seen the series before like me, you'll have trouble even distinguishing the girls from each other and the guys from each other because they all look a little alike and have similar hair styles. The distinctive pair are Heidi and Spencer because they have been plastered everywhere else on magazines.
The cast is full of superficial semi-celebs who never have in depth conversations, all very shallow surface value interactions and spouts. Kristen Cavallari enters the scene to take up where Lauren Conrad left off. She narrates the introductions explaining what happened last episode and what is to come. She is painted as the "b*tch" because she is more independent and outspoken than the other ladies and when she is crossed over by guys, she cuts them off. The other girls seem completely dependent on men (and in Heidi's case, babies) being in their lives and respond to their every beck and call. The whole series is a step back for women's liberation in some ways, but at least Kristen gives a slightly different perspective. Some of the girlfriends are just there to hear the others whine and they don't get to have their own romances because they have to be the shoulder to cry on and are all too happy to spill secrets to people they aren't supposed to. Very catty and gossipy which are some of the worst female qualities to display but some young teenage girls are really into this sort of things these days unfortunately.
The fabricated drama and scripted arguments are obvious.Read more ›
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I will always be on team Lauren and this season or this part of season 5 was the first time it felt fake. Read morePublished 8 months ago by myranda m.
amazing :) thank you it was honestly worth the wait and purchase by far exceeded my expectations and happy i purchasedPublished 22 months ago by Adri Zubiate