. Both of whom serve as narrators. From purchase to resale, weaving their personal lives within the story of the flip. The show hones in on its target demographic and gives them exactly what they want in a glitzy package. I don't think that she's a bad kid. In season 2 their world revolves around him. The show has a morbid fascination to it, like watching a snake eat a rat or driving past a nasty head-on collision.
From the nail-biting purchase at auction, to the frustrating renovations and maddening showings, to the giddy acceptance of an offer, we'll follow along as these two relatively novice flippers try their hand at the toughest game in town. Cameras capture events with angles impossible to have taken all at once and show is shaped into a such-as-it-is narrative structure. This reality series chronicles the lives of several Laguna Beach High School students, including Lauren Conrad, Lo Bosworth, Kristin Cavallari, Stephen Colletti, Talan Torriero and Tessa Keller. Quotes : Daddy, Lo thinks I shouldn't be grounded : I think Lauren should not be grounded. Those corporate stooges here are creator Liz Gateley and developer Adam Davolla. Instead of ironically mocking them, the show is a slobbering celebration of their life.
They do nothing in the world but sit in the hot tub, shop, party and gossip. I'm going to have to admit total lack of comprehension with the show's storyline. From paying cash, sight unseen, for a property at auction, through the hapless remodeling process, to the frantic sale, this young couple is putting everything they have into this venture. Without giving away plot lines, Lauren does something completely random and out of character in the final few episodes that gives her a dramatic arc. His jerk tactics work like magic on every girl on the show.
Christina is Tarek's picture-perfect wife, who Tarek's friends still can't believe he landed. The teenagers must contend with love triangles, strained friendships and questions about their future beyond their lives in Orange County. Jim, please just let her come out with me! My favorite is when he says he's mad at his girlfriend for the look on her face. The show might have worked by putting an ironic or satirical eye on their antics. But it's a life where the girls spend most of their time sitting around being victims to apathetic dudes with a reputation for cheating who then cheat on them.
Lauren plays the nice girl role that falls for all the jerks, knowing that they are jerks, and ends every first date in the hot tub. I'm all about anti-heroes, always have been. Those characters - a group of barely distinguishable sun worshipers who continually swap partners amongst their own incestuous group, then gossip and cry about who is with who now. I think it's second semester senior year. The guy's idea of a practical joke is to dress up in a bear costume and crawl into a tent, or don ski masks and stalk outside a girl's poker party smearing fake blood on the window. The show falls in a surreal valley for the viewer: to technically polished to be real, yet so frivolous, so lazy, about so little, that who in their right mind would go to the trouble to fake or script it. But if you were able to read this review, you know this much.
In each episode of Flip or Flop, Tarek and Christina flip a new property. . . . .
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