Kada se između Becce i Emilyna oca rodi ljubav, njih dvoje moraju naučiti balansirati svoju vezu sa svojim odgovornostima.
U srcu mlada diplomantica Becca sklopi neobično prijateljstvo s Emily, šutljivom djevojčicom koja je nedavno izgubila majku.
Although she cannot be trusted, Nicole thinks she’s found a caring friend in Audrey and begins to confide in her about Mark.
The drinks are quietly taken from them, but there are no serious consequences.
, is directed by Kohl Glass and written by Blaine Chiappetta.
Sage: it's like watching Mary Poppins on crystal meth Sage: I know we were like fairy godmothers today, except not all old and dumpy Sage: It's our house and our food, so technically you're eating with us Sage: Okay that "first thing in the morning chipper voice" you do has to stop Sage [to Rose]: You're getting all perspirey, you look like the help Sage: Why would an American guy join the Italian army? My ass can write better than Ernest Hemingway Sage: You know since you've moved into this house, I actually look forward to going to school every morning Megan: Aww thanks sage Sage: Not a compliment Sage: Does Romie have a family?
Hale’s real-life roommate is Ashley Newbrough, who played her sister on "Privileged,” so she still has a remnant of the show she misses working on.
Handsome and talented, Mark seems like the perfect guy, and Nicole is more than thrilled when he finally asks for her hand in marriage.
After Mark symbolizes his love with a big beautiful diamond, it’s obvious that Nicole is more important to him than anyone else in the world.
To make matters even more complicated Megan’s best friend Charlie (Michael Cassidy from People of Earth and The Magicians) is secretly in love with her.
The guest stars who were featured in the one and only season of Privileged included: Dave Franco (brother of James Franco) who went on to appear in the Now You See Me movie; David Giuntoli, who became the star of the long-running NBC fairytale drama Grimm; Andrew J. Follow her at @ruebenrambling or contact her at [email protected]
Still, there's a good bit of blunt language to contend with (think "vajayjay" and "douche bag") and some instances of underage drinking (which don't appear to have serious consequences).
And, context or no, teens who watch will see a fair number of high-end brands and get an eyeful of a generally luxurious, unattainable lifestyle.
She watches at least 25 TV shows a week, goes to the movies as often as possible, listens to music every waking moment, reads every day and “plays” on the internet every chance she can.