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The Hills: Kelly Employs Another Hopeless Hillie


So last night's episode of The Hills was pretty humorous, thanks to a fabulous appearance by Ms. Kelly Cutrone herself. It looks like Stephanie Pratt is going to be the next Hills cast member to be employed by Cutrone's agency, People's Revolution. Could somebody please remind me again how Stephanie landed this job? First of all, not only is the girl's hair a hot mess, but she presents her resume, folded up in an envelope, nervously enters Kelly's little closet I'm assuming to be her office, and then, within the first two seconds, states that her lifelong goal is to pursue her own handbag line. WTF?! This interview debacle was almost as funny as Charlie's dance moves on the way to the club. Where did this pedophile look-a-like come from? I guess he became Spencer's one and only new bestie because creepy facial hair likes to travel in packs. Sorry, got off track there. Back to the wonderful Kelly. Ms. Cutrone decides to give Steph a try because it is her inclination that if the interview was such a folly, then Stephanie could be genius. Hmmmm. Still trying to figure that one out. It's okay, Kelly. I still love you despite this decision and also despite the fact that your teeth were looking extra black last night.


So, Hill-A-Holics, I ask you: do you love Kelly as much as I do? Who's outfit did you like better last night? No pants-homewrecker-Stacie? Or fur-wearing-dog-Stephanie? And is it just me, or does Heidi's dialogue seem more and more scripted with every episode? Her acting is as fake as her hair. Lastly, just wear is the Dreen-ster? It looks like her plot might finally thicken next week with the "made-up" love story between her and the Brod-ster. Feel free to comment below.

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  1. Anonymous4/14/2009

    i agree! love love kelly! she so needs her own show. this episode was pretty funny. def had its moments, like the run-in between stacie, heidi and stephanie. that was pretty good. typical bitchy girls. :)

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