The Hills (2006) s01e03 Episode Script

An Unexpected Call

I got into deep trouble at Teen Vogue all because of Heidi.
We have to talk about the party.
Your friends' behaviour I heard that they were quite drunk and had a fight.
I'm sorry.
Brian had his sights set on Audrina and was about to make his move.
I want to hang out with, like, me, you, Heidi and Audrina.
Of course you do.
Of course you do.
Heidi and I were supposed to go to fashion school together.
I didn't finish.
But she dropped out.
- I got a job! - Good for you.
Now Heidi was about to realise that her party job might not be such a party after all.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- What are you doing? - Getting ready for work.
I like what you have on.
I think that's really cute.
You're not really mad at me about not going to school any more, are you? It's kind of weird because it's like, the reason you came to L.
A.
Was to go to school.
But I guess when, like, other opportunities come up, you got to take them.
- I really am excited, though, for my job.
- What are you excited to do? I don't know.
It just seems, like, it'll be like Like running around all the time, being really busy, and meeting celebrities, and being in the clubs and, like I'm so excited.
Good.
You should be excited.
You know you are gonna have to work, though.
I know.
I know.
You know, I have to do homework tonight.
I have that big school assignment.
Luckily, like, I'm not working too late, so I can come home and do it.
Oh, my God.
I don't even know what to wear to this job.
Do I wear heels? Do I Always dress nicer than you think you should.
It's my first real job.
Geplaatst door: Wendelina1987 - Hello? - Hey.
- Hi.
- It's Blaine.
Can you come down to my office when you have a second? - Yeah.
- Okay.
Thanks.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Have a seat.
So, you know, when you got this job, I told you there would be lots of work.
- Yeah.
- And So, sometimes you end up being somewhat of a messenger.
So, there is a dress that needs to get to New York, and you need to get it there.
The company is taking care of it.
They're talking to travel right now.
You're gonna be on a red-eye tonight.
- Seriously? - Yeah.
At this point, I have no idea how long you're gonna be there for.
Get this dress to Lisa.
It's Fashion Week.
That's about it.
- Get out of here.
Go pack.
- Okay.
- You're done, yeah.
Go.
- I'll guard it with my life.
- Bye! - Bye.
- Hello.
- Hi.
- How are you? - Good.
How are you? You're probably like, "What the heck is he doing here?" I know.
This is a surprise.
I saw the huge billboard, Quixote, and - You did? - Yeah.
I was, like, right down the street.
Cool.
That's a nice surprise.
- So, this is where you work? - This is where I work.
- Am I gonna get you in trouble? - No, I'll show you around.
- This is one of the stages.
- This is all for photo shoots, right? Yeah, like, they do all the photo shoots.
They do commercials, everything.
They're doing a Maxim shoot.
- Oh, really? - Yeah.
Wow, I came to visit you on the right day.
I know, you get to see all the girls.
And then this is, like, all the stage managers, and then this is the wardrobe room for stage 3.
Do the models get mad that the receptionist is hotter? - This is pretty much it.
- Well, thanks for showing me around.
It's a good surprise.
Well, I was gonna ask you if maybe you wanted to get Do something tomorrow night.
I don't know - Okay.
- Maybe go out to dinner? I work till 6:00, and then you want to go at 7:30 or 8:00? I usually don't get out of bed till 6:00 anyway.
- So that's perfect.
- You suck.
- Hi.
- Hi.
What is that? - It's a dress.
- You brought me a present? I love you.
No, I have to bring Lisa Love a present in New York.
What? I'm going to New York.
My car comes in an hour.
You're gonna get ready in an hour? - So what time does your flight leave? - I don't know.
He just said, "A car will be there at 7:00.
" - I have a suitcase.
- The pink one? Yeah, I'm like, "How long am I there for?" Well, he's like, "Well, it could be a day, or it could be five days.
" - It could be five days? - I don't know what to wear on the plane.
Why don't you bring a change of clothes so you can sleep in them? And then right before you get off the plane, or in the bathroom in the airport, you change.
- What do you wear to a show? - You wear the designer.
- You're supposed to wear whatever - Yeah.
Don't get too dressed up, though.
You're gonna have so much fun.
You're working there for like, two days, and you're already like, jet-setting.
- Jeez! - Okay, seriously.
Oh, my God.
- I'll call you when I get there.
- Bye! Love you! - Got it okay? - Yep, got it.
Thank you.
- That feels so good.
- It's so hot.
It feels so good.
- What about Brian? - Brian? I don't know.
Hopefully it will be better than the date with Kevin you went on.
- Oh, my God! Disaster.
- Oh, my God.
Okay, every guy who's not from L.
A.
And is from, like, North Carolina or wherever, they're like, "I'm such a good guy," and that's just their front.
They just say that because they can get away with it.
See, I haven't met any guys who've said that.
Guys who would hit on Lauren or any of our friends, they'd be like, "I'm a really good guy.
Just looking for a good girl.
" I hate that.
You're like, "No, you're really a Iooking to get laid.
" - That's all they really want.
- So, how's school? - I dropped out.
- No way.
Because why would I go to school when I already got my dream job? I was just like, "This is just not what I want to do.
" - Is Lauren still going there? - Yeah, she is, but it's just, you know School's not right for everybody.
I know.
I dropped out, too.
I was going to OCC - and I went for half a semester.
- That's what made me feel better.
I was like, "If Audrina can do it, I can do it.
" I mean, Lauren thinks that I should go, but it's like, that's what's right for her, not what's right for me.
Do something that you want to do.
You're gonna benefit from it and meet so many people.
- I just want to get us into clubs.
- Yeah! So many parties.
That is so cool that Lauren got sent to New York.
She's gonna have the best time.
I'd like to welcome you to New York's Kennedy Airport, where the current time is approximately 7:37 AM.
- Hi.
I'm Heidi.
- Hi.
- It's my first day.
- Hi, I'm Landon.
It's nice to meet you.
- Let me see if they're ready for you.
- Okay.
Thanks.
- Brent, are you all ready for Heidi? - Yeah.
- Yeah, you can go on back.
- Thanks.
Hi.
How are you? - Good, good.
How's it going? - Good.
Thank you.
Sit down.
Sit down.
- Are you ready to work? - I'm ready.
I'm so nervous.
We got to get a couple things clear.
You're gonna assist the whole company right now.
Like, if the events department needs help with something, if you need to go, you know, run somewhere and pick up something that we're gonna need Right.
Like today I'm gonna have you help them with the mail or whatever the mailing department does over there.
I don't really know.
But you're gonna work Monday through Friday.
So whatever we kind of need you to do I didn't know if it was, like, full-time.
I thought that when you hired me, it was part-time.
- I didn't really know.
- You're here to work every day.
- Okay.
- The way we work is, you sink or swim.
All right, so, you can just grab a seat right here.
All we're doing is we're just stuffing these envelopes Two per envelope And later we'll have to seal them, too.
That's it.
Okay.
Do you guys work here, or are you interns? - I'm an intern.
- So, what do you want to do? I'm a merchandise marketing student at FIDM.
Oh, really? I just dropped out of there.
- Did you? You didn't like it? - No.
Yes, and I always try to stay later, and it doesn't always work.
So, definitely.
Hi.
- Okay.
Okay.
- Thanks.
Hello? How was your first day? Well, it's not what I thought it was gonna be.
Now they're saying it's full-time from 9:00 to 6:00.
It's so boring.
I'm stuffing envelopes.
This was my nightmare of a job.
- You got to give it more than one day.
- I know.
- How's New York? - Good.
I just went and delivered the dress, but I'm leaving right now.
I have to go straight back to L.
A.
I can't believe they just put you on a plane like that.
They treat it like an errand.
Flying across the country is no big deal to them.
It's like going down the street and picking up photocopies.
Plus, I have that big school assignment due tomorrow.
We're both having bad days.
I just don't know how I'm gonna do this and school.
Landon, do you think I can speak to Brent for a minute? - Yeah, go on in.
- Thanks.
Okay, so, I want to talk to you.
I didn't know that it was full-time.
I thought that when you hired me, it was part-time.
When I spoke to you on the phone that day, you were like, "I'm not in school.
" Here's the deal.
We have a real job.
We're gonna count on you.
You being here full-time is what is best for us because then you're consistently here all the time.
We need you, and we want you, and we want to make sure that you are 100%y% committed to wanting to be here.
Okay.
I didn't know that.
Coming in, I just kind of thought it was a little bit different, and I didn't really realise that, like I want to do it, and I'm excited to do all the events and stuff.
You know, that's part of what I want to do with my life, but I just didn't really understand that I was gonna be stuffing envelopes.
If you want to be part of this, you have to be committed to it, particularly if you're gonna get involved more in the nightclub aspect.
You got to crawl before you walk.
If you're gonna come here and work, we need you to work.
- Okay.
- Thanks.
- See you tomorrow.
- Okay, bye.
This is the first date that I've been on in so long.
- Hey, guys, how's it going? - Hey, how are you? Good.
Thanks.
What would you guys like tonight? The green apple shochu sounds kind of cool.
Only women order that.
- Only women? Oh! - Or gay men.
We can switch! So, wait, what's the manliest drink on the menu? Why don't you try a glass of sake, then? A glass of sake? I'm gonna go with the green apple shochu.
Green apple shochu? - Because I'm secure with my manhood.
- Okay! And do me a favour Don't tell anybody about the green apple shochu.
It's really good.
You can try.
Take anything of mine, too.
I really like your hair, by the way.
- Really? - Yeah.
- How long have you lived in L.
A.
For? - Like, seven or eight months.
- How long have you lived here? - For about six months, I'd say.
How's your job going? You told me that you wanted to do something different, right? I love it there, and it's I love all the people there, but I want to get a part-time job.
Yeah, every time we do anything, I always feel bad for you, - 'cause you always have to work.
- I know.
I want to do, like, work part-time and then get an agent and go to acting school during the day and then go to castings.
Do you have a headshot or resume or anything? Yeah, but it's when I had blonde hair.
Like I haven't done - Oh, really? You had blonde hair? - Yeah.
Oh, man.
Did you have a good time tonight? Yeah.
Did you? Yeah, I had a lot of fun.
So, what are you gonna do? I don't know.
Are you going to bed already? In a little bit, if you want to come hang out for a little.
Sure.
Jordan, wake up.
It's so much fun working a 9:00 to 5:00 job.
- 6:00.
9:00 to 6:00, baby.
- Oh, sorry.
I feel like I'm in school again.
I have to run to the bathroom to use the phone.
Okay.
Stop! Stop! Stop, Jordan, no tickling.
All right, stop! You're gonna make me late! Don't go to work.
Just lay in bed all day.
- Heidi, we need you in this.
- Yeah.
All right, so since Landon's gone You gotta do travel today for me, Damon, and getting Rob back.
Wait, who's the third person? You, Rob and - Damon.
- Damon, and he's here, right? Yeah, Damon, who works in the warehouse.
- Okay.
- Does that make sense, Heidi? - Yeah.
- Follow that? I think that's it.
I need to get lunch, so, Heidi, will you get me a sandwich? One message.
Hey, what up, Lauren? It's Jason.
Seeing what you're up to.
Haven't talked to you for a while.
I know you live in L.
A.
Now.
Seeing as I just moved up here as well, if you want to hang out, it'd be great to catch up.
Give me a call.
All right, bye.
Your books are due today, your trend book, project one, our first big project.
I'll sit back here.
I need to hear you, okay? Okay.
All right.
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