The Hills (2006) s02e11 Episode Script

Everybody Falls

- Surprise! - Surprise! Heidi reminded me what a good friend she was when she threw me a surprise birthday party.
Heidi, the love of my life, loves Lauren more than anyone in the world.
- Cheers.
- Happy birthday.
But Spencer kept pressuring her to move in.
There's a big difference between your friends and people you're romantically and intimately involved with.
Whitney was about to graduate college, and it was time to start thinking about her career.
I'm just ready to have, like, more responsibility.
But we had already learned that the fashion industry had tough competition.
She's not coming.
Emily, why don't you take a seat at the table? And you can take the other girls down.
They're gonna go.
Whitney really wanted to move up at Teen Vogue, but she was about to find out that sometimes the last step is the hardest.
As you know, the Oscars are this week, and we have a wonderful opportunity.
Andre Leon Talley is coming in to town.
Andre is the editor-at-large at Vogue, and they're doing a segment of Good Morning America.
We have now collected 30 dresses worn by famous actresses to the Oscars.
- Wow.
- Wow.
You will have Emily from New York.
She's coming out to help on this event.
She will be modelling one of the dresses in the show.
Any questions? No, but do you have a second to talk? - Absolutely.
Yeah.
- I'm fine.
- Thanks.
Okay.
- I'm gonna go to the closet.
Sorry.
As you know, I'm graduating in May.
And I just wanted to know, like, what realm of this whole world I could possibly work in.
- I just kind of want your input.
- What do you think? What are you thinking? I don't know.
It would be my dream to work for you, to work for Amy.
There is a job possibility here at Teen Vogue.
And that's as a fashion contributor.
So, it's a great time for you to be graduating from college and looking for a job.
There are other interns that also have the same qualifications, and will be interviewing for the same job.
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- Hey.
How'd it go? Good.
Basically, she said that they're looking for someone to fill the position called a "Fashion Contributor.
" She said there's a bunch of other interns that would be applying.
It's gonna be a little competitive.
Yeah.
I would not want to compete with Emily.
So, I just kind of have to, like, I guess, prove myself, especially with this shoot coming up.
Let's make you look good.
Yeah.
- Thank you.
All right.
- This is a feast.
Thank you.
So, I had fun at Lauren's birthday.
I think it's very ironic that I ended up somehow making Lauren Conrad's birthday toast.
I bet she hated that more than anything.
What was that birthday toast about, though? You thought it was nice.
I was trying to be mean.
- Spencer.
- What? I feel like if we really did start thinking about moving in together, honestly, it's like we'd have to really make sure that there's never gonna be another Playmate incident.
You know, those things, they can't happen again.
How much I love you now compared to where we were at then is from earth to the moon.
So I think moving in would be brilliant.
We'd have to really, you know, trust each other.
You don't trust me? I mean, I don't even know what to say.
It's like, I don't 'Cause I know I trust you.
Where's super Emily? Your competition has arrived.
- Hi.
How are you? - Hi.
- Good.
How are you? - Good.
Ladies, just quickly to go over with you, Andre's gonna be here in a few minutes.
Lauren? Just making sure you're listening.
- Yeah.
- Okay, so when he gets here, if we could just eliminate as much chaos as possible, - with all the people and everything - Okay.
- Okay? Thanks, guys.
- Great.
This is so exciting.
I mean, this is, like, - such a huge thing to be working on.
- I know.
I remember all these.
The pink one's the Gwyneth Paltrow one, right? Very good.
The blue one's the Hilary Swank.
I want to wear all of this stuff.
Okay, tell me exactly what his job is.
He's the editor-at-large of Vogue, as in, he's, like, the premier Vogue person - next to Anna Wintour.
- Wow.
You look fabulous in this dress! Fabulous! See? It's just changing the dress on her.
I like that shoe.
That's the shoe.
- That's the heel, Lauren.
- That's pretty.
Where's the Manolo flat that you just had? She's learning, your little intern.
And she's asserting herself! It starts with this.
This is where you go ahead in life.
That's it.
She asserted herself.
Divine! Let's see her walking in this.
Okay, I think you might want to try that sandal.
What about Sue London? Have you seen those flats? No.
What do they look like? They're basic flats that come in every colour.
Yeah.
Are you a model? The lady in the top? - No.
- This is Whitney, another intern.
- She should be one.
- I'm an intern.
An intern? You should be a model.
She walked in one of the Teen Vogue shows.
You're beautiful.
You should be a model.
- Thank you.
- You never modelled? - No one told you, you should model? - No, never.
I mean, people have said it because of my height, but Can we try a dress from over here? Can we try How about trying Faye Dunaway's white dress? - No.
- It's making me sweat.
- Sophia Loren dress.
- The Sophia Loren dress.
Really? Look how skinny her legs are.
Oh, my goodness.
You missed your calling.
She hasn't got a job yet, you know.
She's just graduating.
You know what she would look good in, is in that Go back there and give her the Hilary Swank dress.
Guy Laroche.
She's got the look of a Television look.
She's got that television face.
- Whitney.
- Come on.
A star is born! A star is born! We're gonna put her in the show.
She's going on that TV show.
She's going on the show in that dress.
- You're looking great in the dress.
- Thank you very much.
Good Morning America, Whitney.
That's crazy! You've been discovered.
Have you seen my shoes? - What do they look like? - They're, like, black stiletto pumps.
I'm afraid I have not seen any black stiletto pumps.
I have to go to work, and I'm late.
You know why I don't feel bad for you? - Oh, why? - 'Cause if we lived together, you wouldn't have that inconvenience of always having to go get that last little thing you forgot at your apartment.
- That really helps right now.
- You know what, Heidi? - What, Spencer? - Go to work, and we'll talk about it when you get back.
What is that supposed to mean? I'm ready to get serious now.
I've been doing the whole "single in Hollywood" thing.
If you don't want to get serious, you just need to tell me that.
I'm serious.
Does that mean I have to move in with you? Is that the next step? That's not fair.
It's not about the next step.
It's about making this relationship better.
So living together is gonna make it better? Living with Lauren is ruining our relationship.
There's a difference between a best friend and a best friend/roommate.
I would rather you live by yourself than with Lauren.
Why don't you decide my living arrangements, and you can just tell me later? I've already decided your living arrangements.
It's a huge thing.
It's not just like, "Let's move in together.
" This is probably the biggest decision I've ever had to make.
This is serious, and you're the first girl that I've ever wanted to take it to that next level with.
And that's fine.
If you don't want to do that, let me just get out.
All right, everybody, quiet, please.
We're gonna go live in five, four, three.
Good morning, Andre.
Tell us a little bit about your exhibition.
Well, Laura Ziskin, who is producing the Oscars this year, came to Vogue and to me and to Anna Wintour and said, "Let's have a great show about historical Oscar fashion.
" So, what we have is the history of Oscar fashion.
We have these four extraordinary ladies coming down the steps now in a representation that I think is so fabulous.
We start first with Didanka, who's wearing Barbra Streisand's Arnold Scaasi dress, for Funny Girl.
Then we have Whitney, an intern from Vogue, wearing Hilary Swank's beautiful blue silk jersey dress from Guy Laroche for the year when she got Million Dollar Baby.
It's an extraordinary dress, and Hilary picked it because she thought it'd be chilly that night, so she wanted long sleeves.
But when she turned around, you got all the drama of an Oscar-gorgeous gown.
And then we have lovely Emily, another Vogue intern from New York, wearing Vera Wang's extraordinary dress with a beautiful necklace from Fred Leighton.
And it's all about couture with Vera, and this was a great hourglass shape going to a bombastic sweep of skirt.
You see glamour.
You see style.
Thanks, Andre.
Diane, back to you.
And we're clear.
Honey, it's fine.
It's a great way to begin your career.
- What happened? - I don't know.
You didn't fall on the floor, did you? - No, I just went to the side.
- It's the train.
It's real.
That's real.
Thank you.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Whitney! - I'm so embarrassed.
- Hey.
You okay? Whitney, no, you were beautiful! Please, don't be sad.
You looked perfect.
I highly doubt that.
Don't stress.
It's fine.
- You looked great.
- Thank you.
- Whitney! I'm gonna cry now.
- At least you didn't really fall.
Like, you could have actually fallen, like, on the ground.
Yeah, I fell to the side.
- Whitney.
- Relax, it's okay.
- You're making me so sad.
- No, it's fine.
We need to talk about Good Morning America.
You did a great job, Whitney.
I know it was hard for you, but it was really impressive.
I think it was a really endearing moment.
Everybody falls.
Here's a letter from Amy Astley to you.
Oh, my gosh.
"Dear Whitney, even Naomi Campbell has taken a tumble on the runway, "so that puts you in great company.
" - That's so sweet.
Yeah.
- It's really sweet.
And besides Amy Astley, Anna Wintour also called to say that she thought you did a really great job.
Wow.
You just recovered really well and dignified, and you represented us really well.
Okay, good.
Yeah, I just didn't want to disappoint you.
- You didn't.
- Okay, good.
On that note, we're thinking that it would be a really great idea for you to go to New York to meet with Amy Astley about this job that I spoke to you about before.
Wow.
That's amazing.
Thank you.
I feel like I am really ready for this responsibility.
I highly recommend you.
I think you've done a great job.
But I talked to you about this before, that Amy will be interviewing others.
- My gosh.
Okay.
- All right.
- Well, thank you so much.
- You're so welcome.
I feel, really, so honoured to have this opportunity.
Well, we definitely want to keep you in the family.
Yeah, I'm gonna take this, though.
- Yes, that's for you.
Absolutely.
- I feel like I should frame it.
You're going to New York? That's awesome.
I know, but the Good Morning America thing, it's just been, like, replaying in my head.
We walked on the stairs.
We rehearsed it five times.
I was like, "Fine, no problem, whatever.
- "I can handle this.
" - And it's live, right? It's live.
I get to the last step, and I just, like, kind of collapse to the side.
- She didn't go all the way down.
- I didn't go all the way down.
I come up, and I just keep this smile on my face because, you know, what am I going to do? I can't just run off.
It was just embarrassing.
Just 'cause it was live TV.
- I just started hysterically crying.
- But you know what? You got up and kept doing it.
You didn't run off stage and start crying.
It could have been a lot worse.
I thought it was going to be a domino effect with the models, and they were all going to go down.
At that moment, I thought it was, like, the end of the world.
So, what is the job, Whitney? Lisa titled it Fashion Contributor.
It would have something to do with styling, and she said that I would be, basically, head of all the interns.
You didn't tell me that.
You're head of all the interns? I mean, it's not something that I really, like Well, if I go back there and intern next year, then you would be in charge of me.
I mean, technically.
I would rather you be there instead of, like - Emily.
- Emily's a possibility.
You would love that, Lauren.
Come on.
I would quit.
I actually would quit.
You know you have to get the job, right? Hopefully.
- Hello? - Yeah, I'm in the alley.
- Okay, I'll come outside.
- All right.
Bye.
- What's wrong? - You tell me what's wrong.
- Nothing.
- I disagree.
What? I got this unresolved living situation with my girlfriend.
I don't know.
It's a really big decision.
Well, for me, it's not, so that's the difference in our relationship.
It's just over this, you not ready to go to the next level with our relationship.
It's not about going the next level with our relationship.
I have other things going on, too.
Stop saying "other things," just say, "Lauren.
" Say, "Lauren.
" Okay, you know what? It's like - No, it's not just Lauren.
- What else is it, then, besides Lauren? Why now? Why are you pressuring me so much now? It's, like, what is this big moment? It's, like, come on, relax! It is a big moment.
I want to move on with my life.
- But it's not like move on, or - It is that.
- No, it's not like that.
- For me, it is.
For me, it is that.
It is.
You can't wait a couple months? - What do I have to wait for? - For me to be ready.
Everybody's pulling at me.
Just let me relax for a minute! I don't know what you want me to do.
- You do, though.
- You want me to move in, but what about the repercussions for the rest of my life? - Where? - For my friends Friends? It's one person.
You keep on trying to pretend How's it going to affect your work? Why now? Why can't you wait? I don't understand.
We've been talking about this for over a month.
Over a month now, we've been going back and forth.
Is this, like, your way out? If you want to be single, you want to run around with all these girls, just tell me.
- Heidi - Don't blame it on a moving-in thing.
Yes? If I wanted to go around with all these girls, you think trying to get you to move in is what I would be doing? Does that sound like it makes sense to you? - Yeah.
- It does? 'Cause it doesn't really make sense to me.
Nope.
It doesn't really.
All right, well, my answer is no.
Sweet.
My answer is get out of my car.
Stupid car.
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