The Hills

2006, TV Show

The Hills Episode: "They Meet Again"

Season 3, Episode 7
Episode Synopsis: Audrina and Justin reunite; Lauren and Jason run into Heidi and Spencer at a West Hollywood eatery.
Original Air Date: Sep 17, 2007

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"They Meet Again" Season 3, Episode 7

Is every single relationship on this show dysfunctional? The only people who seem to have a somewhat normal relationship are Whitney and Lauren. Audrina and Lauren are getting along (and usually do lately) because Lauren knows to keep her opinions to herself when it comes to Justin Bobby. We didn't see Lo tonight, but I have a sneaking suspicion she really wouldn't like what was going on with Lauren and Jason. I guess Spencer and Heidi's relationship is going OK, but it pains me to think they are the least dysfunctional of all the couples. How about this: they're good to each other but horrible to everyone else. Yep, I like that. You know who I think would be great in a relationship? Whitney. She's cute and seems really great. Why aren't the guys knocking down her door? Work. Sigh. Let's talk about work for a moment before we look at all these messy personal lives. Linda Love, West Coast editor of Teen Vogue, makes her first appearance of the season. The magazine is putting on the Young Hollywood party, featuring Marc by Marc, and Whitney's in charge of scouting locations. They check out the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel (where Pretty Woman Julia Roberts gets her man). The space looks cool, but Linda is expecting to get 1,500 names so they need to find something bigger. Over at Bolthouse, Heidi is settling into her new position. Now you may remember Elodie congratulating Heidi on getting the job last week, but this week things sure are different. Elodie escalates those nasty looks she's been giving Heidi to full-on word warfare - and I say it's about time. I think we all agree that Heidi stabbed Elodie in the back so Elodie's perfectly justified in what she says to Heidi. Heidi did have every right to go after that promotion but she should have been upfront with Elodie. That's how you do business in today's world and keep your friends. After hours. What bad luck when Spencer and Heidi and Jason and Lauren both end up at Ketchup. Lauren and Jason go there just to relax and hang out while Spencer suggests the new hot spot to Heidi to celebrate her promotion. I think Lauren had the right idea to rise above it and ignore them. But Spencer's greeting - when he's never even met Jason - is not cool. Granted, I'm not a huge Jason fan, but I'm even less of a Spencer fan. Then: Spencer: "Maybe she picked him up out of rehab." Heidi: " out of jail." Heidi: "Maybe they're back in the moviemaking action." I think there are some pretty low blows in there, but if Spencer hates Lauren as much as he claims to, I can believe something like this coming out of his mouth. But Heidi's barbs just prove she will follow wherever Spencer leads. And let me just say that although Lauren says Jason seems like a different person, he's probably not. Yes, he's sober but Lauren catches him checking out another girl right in front of her. Hello? Heidi and Spencer end up going to Don Antonio's to celebrate her promotion. She's upset that Elodie is taking Heidi's promotion so badly and tired because she's having trouble sleeping. I have no sympathy for her whatsoever. Some other good lines: Lauren: "Homeboy would poison my drink. Are you serious?" Elodie: "You don't even know what's wrong and what's right anymore. It's so sad." Things to ponder: " Heidi seemed to think she was being nice by sending Jason and Lauren drinks and is insulted when those drinks are refused. Does she have any right to feel that way? " Was Lauren hanging back when Jason dropped her off at her apartment? Do you think she was waiting to get some action? " Lauren offered to have "sober nights" with Jason when they'd go bowling or to a comedy club. Do you think she's just setting herself up for another heartbreak? I know we all know Jason's engaged in real life, but I don't think he's told her on the show yet. I can't wait to hear your thoughts. In the meantime, check out our Online Video Guide for more on The Hills. show less
Is every single relationship on this show dysfunctional? The only people who seem to have a somewhat normal relationship are Whitney and Lauren. Audrina and Lauren are getting along (and usually do lately) because Lauren knows to keep her opinions to herself when it comes to Justin Bobby. We didn’t see Lo tonight, but I have a sneaking suspicion she really wouldn’t like what was going on with Lauren and Jason. I guess Spencer and Heidi’s relationship is going OK, but it pains me to think they are the least dysfunctional of all the couples. How about this: they’re good to each other but horrible to everyone else. Yep, I like that. You know who I think would be great in a relationship? Whitney. She’s cute and seems really great. Why aren’t the guys knocking down her door?Work. Sigh. Let’s talk about work for a moment before we look at all these messy personal lives. Linda Love, West Coast editor of Teen Vogue, makes her first appearance of the season... read more

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Premise: A hit reality series following a privileged pack of pretty people living in Los Angeles as they navigate the ups and downs of their friendships, careers and romances. The first five seasons were centered around "Laguna Beach" alum Lauren Conrad. She moved on in Season 5 with Kristin Cavallari, her "Laguna Beach" rival, poised to take her place as series star.

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