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The City 2 Seasons

Season 2
4.0 out of 5 stars (22) IMDb 5.1/10

This season on The City, Whitney, Roxy, Olivia and Erin will learn that in New York City, climbing your way to the top means doing it alongside both friends and enemies. New season. New betrayals. New alliances.

Starring:
Whitney Port, Olivia Palermo

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1. Show 'Em What You Got

Whitney gets a once in lifetime chance to show her line at New York Fashion Week, but only has a week to pull the whole thing off. Joe Zee settles the dispute between Erin and Olivia.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 26, 2010
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2. Friends In High Places

Whitney has no time to rest after her first big fashion show, when Kelly pushes her to market her line. Olivia refuses to support Whitney's line at ELLE Magazine, but Erin goes over her head to Joe Zee.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: May 3, 2010
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3. Professionally Dangerous

Whitney and Olivia go head-to-head after Olivia decides to interview her friend for ELLE, instead of covering Whitney's line. Roxy goes out with Zach, and realizes their relationship may become more than just professional.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: May 10, 2010
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4. Queen of Diamonds

Olivia and Erin have very different ideas of how to dress Fergie for an ELLE cover shoot, leaving Joe Zee in the middle. A French photographer shows an interest in Whitney.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: May 17, 2010
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5. The Belle Of Elle

Whitney doesn't follow Kelly's advice and brings Roxy along to a Glamour magazine shoot, and it almost ends in disaster. Erin and Olivia compete to be featured in New York's biggest gossip column.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: May 24, 2010
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6. Fashion With A Capital F

Olivia disappoints when she refuses to wear a designer's clothes to their own party. Whitney gives a preview of her line to Joe Zee and gets some harsh criticism. Erin eyes a replacement for Olivia.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: May 31, 2010
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7. The British Are Coming

Olivia's flubs during Fashion Week leave an opening that Erin quickly tries to fill with a new fashion reporter. Roxy impresses Kelly by helping to produce a huge fashion show. Whitney fights for a spot in an emerging designer show in Miami.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 7, 2010
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8. Work Horses And Show Ponies

Whitney and Roxy fly to Miami to put on a fashion show for Whitney's clothing line, for the first time without Kelly's help. Olivia fights for her job by scoring an interview with Zac Posen.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 14, 2010
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9. One Girl's Trash

After a successful showing, Whitney's first big sale for her line almost ends in disaster. Erin suspects Olivia of taking undue credit for pulling the perfect look for ELLE's shoot with pop-singer, Ke$ha.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: June 21, 2010
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10. Stage Fight

Roxy & Whitney have a falling out after Roxy is tasked with dressing a new musician in Whitney's clothing. Erin scores a spot for ELLE's editor-in-chief on the Martha Stewart Show, but needs Olivia's help to make it a success.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: June 28, 2010
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11. Roommate Wanted

The tension between Roxy and Whitney builds, and Roxy starts to look for her own place. Olivia reluctantly interviews a celebrity wearing Whitney's line, while Erin sees another opportunity to replace Olivia at the magazine.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: July 5, 2010
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12. Lost In Translation

Whitney faces her biggest career challenge yet, when a powerful fashion PR company offers to represent her line.. Erin makes a final play in her effort to get Olivia replaced at the magazine.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: July 12, 2010
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Bonus: Sneak Peek

What's next for 'The City' girls? Get your first look at all the drama heading your way.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: April 20, 2010
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As you finish the first season you may now begin to form relationships with Erin, Olivia and Joe Zee. Learning about the back scenes of Elle magazine was interesting and I have seen these people on Rachel Zoe and other fashion shows. Very cool.
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Guilty Pleasure. I loved Erin, she was hilarious in almost every interaction with Olivia. Seriously, how did she get that job if she always does things wrong. 1 job well done doesn't account for the 100's I'm sure she did wrong!
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I think actual episodes are missing. (... Or maybe it's just scenes that are missing?). Perhaps it was one of those things that MTV called supersized episodes but this is not a complete. I remember quite a few things that were nowhere on these DVDs
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This seasons cuts out the tiring drama between the models in season 1.
Theres plenty more of Elle magazines Erin, Joe & Olivia, however the focus very much stays on Whitney.
The show remains just as career inspiring as the 1st season while teaching the realities of the world.
Whitney starts being mean at the end of the season. I wasn't surprised since she blew off that nice model guy at the club in Season 1. Whitney also ignored the nice photographer at her photo shoot. Roxy became humble & sweet over time, cocky attitude out the window. Nice people stay around if they are useful to her, then buh, bye! However in Season 2 she stops trying to please people who treat her bad & lets them have it!

Season 2 leaves you hanging. I was left wanting to know what became of the characters & what became of Whitney Eve, Whitneys business.
Erin from Elle is great & holds the viewers attention. She could have a show of her own.

I wish there was a season 3, if it was ever filmed please get it on dvd!
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I'll admit, I was skeptical of the decision that MTV made to give Whitney Port her own spin-off series from The Hills. The first season was extremely bland and boring. Basically Whitney moves to New York and starts working and dating a loser "musician" with an accent. He is just as bland and boring as Whitney. I wasn't sure if the series would be renewed for a second season, but it was and it's a good thing because this series is really getting good.

There are actually good and entertaining story lines and cast members in season 2. Whitney works at People's Revolution all while being mentored by Kelly Cutrone and starting her own clothing line. Whitney's former co-worker Olivia works at Vogue Magazine and is challenged by her role as "web cast interview chick". Conflicts with co-workers and her too forgiving boss arise making her storyline just as entertaining as Whitney's. Olivia's co-worker and enemy Erin breaks out as a strong third main cast member in the series.

The City is less about scripted "drama" and pointless scenes in clubs where people spat about relationships. It's more about young women working towards achieving their goals in the fashion world. Hopefully the series continues and gets better now that the train wreck known as the last two seasons of The Hills has ended.

I have an easier time believing this series than The Hills due to the fact that you can actually see that these girls are working and doing what they do on the show. Hopefully MTV doesn't wreck this show.
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Expect more enticing drama here, in the second season. Gone are the days of Whitney's flaky friend Erin and Olivia's toady cousin Nevin. If you were a fan of Jay, you can rest assured knowing that he'll make a few more appearances. This season welcomes Roxy, Whitney's feisty new sidekick at People's Revolution. Roxy enjoys pushing the limits while boss Kelly Cutrone tries to tame her with an iron-fisted tongue. Also new to "The City" are two key figures of Elle magazine: editor Joe Zee and head of publicity, Erin Kaplan. Joe Zee may be one of the head honchos at Elle, but his better judgment is compromised when he ushers in Olivia Palermo. Luckily, Olivia's personable, pleasant facade is not lost on Erin Kaplan. She understands that Olivia possesses a fair amount of fashion value, but knows she is not worth her weight in Manolos. And so, the head-butting begins.... Meanwhile, Whitney dreams of creating her own fashion line. With the help of Kelly and Roxy, she hopes to make those dreams a reality.
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Now if your a fan of original season which started out with whitney port leaving sunny L.A. to go out to start a new life in the fashion capital of the world and start a fashion career at Diane Von Furstenberg and find a new boyfriend almost instantly which was Jay if i'm not mistaken and making a whole lot of new friend's erin, ally, and maybe a girl named samantha idk i forgot and a somewhat arch rival olivia although did not start out that way originally, well anyway season 1 was great but then by the start of season 2 what the hell happened a whole new make over happens whitney has a new workplace to work at while still maintaining a work friendship with kelly, hooks up with a couple of guys here and there after her break up with jay and the worst part is yet come all of her friends from season 1 were missing and brings in a new friend "Roxy" which is kinda crazy yet fun to kick it with and a couple of extra characters appear namely manager joe, and another girl named erin who seems to a have it out for olivia which i can see is somewhat justifiable
I'm pretty sure that the season 2 quality of the dvd is fine but for the season itself let's leave it at that it was god awful, season 2 of the city is one of the reasons why society is messed up today all that arguing and bickering was a very petty move for this show to follow and slowly drifted into mediocrity and was rarely about whitney finding herself in the fashion world and loving what she did and did not even stop until when whitney lost contact with kelly and stopped working and being friends with her, lost her friend roxy who moved away then later was left on her own, to a new job position with some blonde in a pink dress and ended there - overall worst season, the first season is better
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