You Know What You DidThe Hills : Season 3 Episo...
"You Know What You Did" was produced by Tony DiSanto, Adam DiVello, Liz Gateley, Sara Mast, Andrew Perry, Jason Sands, Robyn Schnieders, Sean Travis, Michael "Spike" Van Briesen, and Rick Van Meter. The episode was met with generally favorable reviews from critics, who felt that the changed dynamic between Conrad and Montag was entertaining for television. It was additionally notable for Conrad's delivery of the titular line "You know what you did!" when speaking to Montag, which has since been recognized as an iconic moment from the series.
You Know What You DidThe Hills : Season 3 Episo...
At the recommendation of Spencer, Heidi confronts Lauren before she is able to leave the club. Lauren and Audrina get into an argument with Heidi and Spencer outside of Les Deux, where Lauren delivers the now-famous quote "You know what you did!", elaborating that "You started a sick little rumor about me! You're a sad, pathetic person." The following morning, Heidi explains to her co-worker Elodie Otto that she was unaware of said speculation, and still wants to reconcile with Lauren. Meanwhile, Lauren tells Whitney that she is saddened by the idea of losing her friend, although admits that she has benefited from their separation.
The president of entertainment for MTV, Brian Graden, commented that the series benefits from the media coverage it receives in between seasons, which he described as a "six-month commercial for the show that doesn't five away the narrative in full." He elaborated that MTV wants "viewers to watch Lauren and the girls as the characters we know instead of in a show about being the stars of The Hills"; the sex tape rumors were consequently presented like a personal conflict between the women, and was intentionally not addressed as a highly publicized controversy.
The aforementioned women's storylines were largely developed by a number of supporting cast members. Spencer Pratt, originally credited as "Heidi's boyfriend" and later "Heidi's husband", was added in the second season. Also that season, Brody Jenner was introduced as "Spencer's friend". After establishing a friendship with Conrad, he became known as "Lauren's friend". Jenner was later credited as "Kristin's ex-boyfriend" when Cavallari assumed Conrad's position in the fifth season.
The Hills was often criticized for appearing to fabricate much of its storyline. In one instance, the president of entertainment for MTV, Brian Graden, commented that the series benefits from the media coverage it receives in between seasons, which he described as a "six-month commercial for the show that doesn't give away the narrative in full." He elaborated that MTV wants "viewers to watch Lauren and the girls as the characters we know instead of in a show about being the stars of The Hills"; the sex tape rumors were consequently presented like a personal conflict between the women, and was intentionally not addressed as a highly publicized controversy.
In 2008, Patridge noted that a producer offered her a position on the series to become friends with Conrad and Montag. She later appeared on an episode of Chelsea Lately, where Chelsea Handler suggested the program was improvised. When pressed further, Patridge replied, "We're put in situations where however we'd react and that's what comes up [on TV]", and additionally stated that the series was unscripted. In 2008, Montag and Pratt acknowledged that their Mexican elopement was "entirely symbolic", while their civil ceremony was filmed after office hours without a county court judge present. Additionally, the Associated Press noted that neither person had filed for a marriage record at the time. An additional source of suspicion arose during the fifth season, where Conrad was shown to be moving out of her house the day prior to Montag and Pratt's nuptials. However, Conrad and Bosworth had actually left the property several months prior in January, leading to speculation that addressing the wedding as "the next day" was pre-planned.
After leaving The Hills, Conrad appeared on The View in June 2009, where she was asked how she felt about her apology from Pratt involving the sex tape rumors. She replied, "To be perfectly honest, I wasn't on the other line of that call [...] I didn't even know about it until [afterwards], so no, I didn't get an apology, he's lying". At Montag and Pratt's wedding, it was depicted on the series as if Conrad and Cavallari were displeased with each other's presence, though the latter commented that they gave each other "a big hug, and that's it". She also stated that when she joined The Hills, "It's work! And drama sells. I think that's why they're bringing me in, because I know what works".
Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge return for a third helping of City on a Hill. Loyal audiences have been rewarded by Showtime for a third season with 8 hour-long episodes. Here is what we know about the premise courtesy of Showtime:
But this continuity error from the infamous "You Know What You Did" episode is. You definitely remember this one: In the first episode of the third season, Conrad suspects that Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt started a rumor that she made a sex tape with her ex-boyfriend, Jason Wahler. Speculation turns into sparring at a dimly-lit Los Angeles watering hole after Montag denies the claim. The fight reaches a climax when Conrad, cocktail in hand, yells to Montag at the top of her lungs, "You know what you did!"
While recapping episode four, the cast wondered whether Brooke was a virgin before hooking up with Lucas in season 1. "We were all talking about this after the last episode. I think Hilarie, you said, 'I always got the sense that Brooke was actually a virgin,' and I think so too," Bush said during the July 19 episode. "I think that what resonated with me about her was a girl who only was taught to validate herself by other people's opinions ... The shame and the desire to be liked, she leans into it."
"Sometimes you should listen when people tell you to be careful and you're young and you don't know what you're doing in relationships," Bush, who was married to Murray from 2005 to 2006, said. Burton later joked that they have a "dozen" engagements between the three of them.
While recapping episode 10, Bush revealed she's still extremely uncomfortable by the scene of Brooke and Lucas buying condoms. "As soon as we were in that grocery store, I pulled my sweatshirt up around my face because I was like, 'Oh no, oh no, oh no. I know what this scene is,'" she recalled during the August 30 episode. "I was so embarrassed then. I realize that as an adult human it's silly that I'm still mortified. I'm still mortified by that scene. ... It was so uncomfortable to do the scene. The second-hand embarrassment that I had having to do it. And now that I feel!"
Later in the episode, Burton explained that Kelly was the person who gave her permission to leave the show when everyone else told her to stay. "I don't know what would have happened to me if I stayed. I met my husband [Jeffrey Dean Morgan]. My son [Gus] exists because Moira Kelly told me to run and so I did," she said. "I just think about how different my life would be if she wasn't that one person to give me permission to just go."
It begins in 1979, four years before the events of Stranger Things' first season. Dr. Martin Brenner (Matthew Modine) is at the Hawkins lab, conducting studies on a young subject he calls Ten. Ten is having visions of horror, a bloodbath. Brenner investigates: Dead children, shattered glass, blown-out doors. It appears that it's Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), seething and dripping with blood, that's responsible. "What have you done?" Brenner asks. What has she done, exactly? It appears the Eleven we've come to know these last few seasons has an even darker history than we realized.
In Eddie's eyes, Chrissy is catatonic, her eyes rapidly blinking. She begins to levitate and, as he watches in horror, her bones snap in unnatural directions. Her eyes spill blood, then suck back into her skull. It's easily the most explicit shock of violence in Stranger Things history, a gut-churning tease of what's most certainly the series' most horror-inspired season.
After being fired from the Hawkins lab after the Starcourt fiasco, Paul Reiser's Owens returns in "The Monster and the Superhero" when Lt. Colonel Sullivan (Sherman Augustus) drops a chopper on the disgraced scientist's front lawn, accusing him of helping Eleven. Sullivan, an agent of shadowy militaristic forces, believes Eleven is the cause of the horrors unfolding in Hawkins. Owens, on the other hand, thinks Eleven could be the cure for what's afflicting the town. After she's cuffed and shipped to juvie for taking a skate to Angela's nose, Owens and his men in black intercept her on the road. They have a plan. It involves helping Eleven regain her dormant powers; he believes he can help bring them back even stronger than before. "What if I'm not good?" Eleven asks. "What if I'm the monster?" That question, I'd wager, will hang over this entire season.
We've gotten glimpses of what life was like for Eleven in the Hawkins lab, but never a detailed accounting of the experiments that turned her superhuman. Now, four seasons into the series, it's time we get a genuine grasp on just what she and "Papa" Brenner were up to in those sad, sterile halls. He's back, by the way, and not just in flashback. The scars on his face prove that he is very much alive, having survived his encounter with season 1's demogorgon.
"We've filmed five seasons," Nick Lachey told the outlet. "Every single one has been so different from the others, so that's what makes it interesting, what makes it intriguing for us allows us to approach every single season with a fresh attitude and fresh perspective."
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