Jake is worried that Eddie's new music is off base; Lily, Tyler and Jackie try to warn Chloe about Oz's intentions.Previews of Hollywood Heights are available in Wikipedia please read and check for more things thanks You. Watch video Hollywood Heights Season 1, Episode 46 Jake's Concern on IMDb Free Download Video Hollywood Heights 20th Aug 2012 Live Streaming Video only on Nickelodeon Channel.Online Watch Hollywood Heights Full Episode Watch Video on Internet TV. So don’t forget to Watch Hollywood Heights and have fun enjoy the show. I’m sure we’ll have fun to watch it. Hollywood Heights is based on the Mexican telenovela, Alcanzar una Estrella, and follows Loren Tate (Brittany Underwood, One Life to Live) as she wins the love of rockstar Eddie Duran (Cody Longo, Days of Our Lives; Make It or Break It; Fame) and the ups and downs of her inner circles daily lives. When placed next to typical teen dramas, Heights stands out for its focus on family, friends, high school, and relationships. When was the last time the lead character on a teen drama spent most of her time mooning over her star crush? It's aspects like these that make the show so refreshing.It is not impossible that, counting the four hours out of 80 I have already watched — and you might have as well, since they're already available online — I will still miss 76 of them. But what I've seen, if not exactly appointment television for a person of my age and interests, is pretty appealing; by the standards of most other TV shows about teens and pop stars, it is well observed, well informed and (so far) plausible. (It may grow less so the closer Loren's dreams come to coming true — but maybe not.
But now I’m interested to know if HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS really is about family. The pilot sure didn’t look like it, because it was about having boyfriends and girlfriends and crushes on a superstar. Not much of a family, especially when all family members are stinking clichés. Beginning with the Lorelai-Gilmore-type of mother in Loren’s camp, and the exact opposite in Mel’s (Ashley Holliday) home. Going over to the bossy and overprotective rich father for Adriana (Haley King), followed by the “easiness” of Phil’s (Robert Adamson) father (not to forget that Phil and Mel are siblings). And finally the whole deal around Eddie and Chloe. He with the tragic past, she with the (hopefully) millions of ex-lovers she has in her closet. That’s the typical stuff for every soap opera you’re writing, and HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS beings it all in the pilot. Absolutely nothing is new and innovative, and I literally have seen anything in television before. The worst thing is though that the pilot didn’t connect anything. Besides the missing payoff at the end, characters and families weren’t connected, stories weren’t developed, conflict wasn’t prepared. But all of this is still predictable – you will know which stories will be coming, which character is going to have which kind of trouble, and what will lie in store for both Loren and Eddie and the main fixation of the show. When the pilot doesn’t even tell me all of this, because the script is not preparing any of it, and I can STILL smell the upcoming events, then the writing is just … I’m continuing to be nice here."I love how my incredibly sensible, practical, straight-A student daughter turns into this crazy teen fan girl over some rock star," says her groovy but lovelorn single mother, Nora (Jama Williamson), who is not beyond suggesting that the two of them ditch work and school and drive up to Santa Barbara for tacos. Rounding out Team Loren is Melissa (Ashley Holliday), bigger, louder and bolder, in the best-friend mold, who pushes Loren to grab for various brass rings.
If "Heights" is not particularly novel — it is, after all, based on a series two decades old — neither does it reek of must and mildew. Nor do the musical performances seem contrived, or rather they seem authentically contrived, staged as they would be staged by a performer like Eddie, who deals in thumping aspirational party anthems.
Appropriate to the venue, the show is also relatively chaste; what I've seen hasn't pushed past enthusiastic kissing. (Nickelodeon describes it as a "family drama," providing older-generational story lines to go with the younger.) "I'm not some kind of cheap slut who puts out for the first guy who buys her something sparkly," says the girl who in the usual way of things would totally be a cheap slut putting out.
Although melodramatically eventful, soap operas such as this also have a luxury of space that makes them seem more naturalistic; indeed, the economics of the form demand long scenes, and conversations that a 22-episodes-per-season weekly series might dispense with in half a dozen lines of dialogue may be drawn out, as here, for pages. You spend more time even with the minor characters; the apparent villains grow less apparently villainous.
And I really would like if the writers here actually understand their craft. I know I don’t most of the times, but I continue to learn. This episode taught me that not even soap writers are out for the payoff in any way. I mean, a pilot is written to not just introduce the characters, but also set up the first bunch of stories, right? Well, this pilot introduced the characters (we saw them, we heard them talking about stuff) and a few storylines were set up, but there was one payoff missing. Loren (Brittany Underwood) is obviously supposed to be the main character of the show, rising to fame and glory out of nothingness, so her story needs to be set up the most. Was it? Absolutely not. How did the episode end? With the man of her dreams touching Loren’s hand – that’s not a payoff, that’s just flirting. And within the story of the show (at least what I expect from it) this “touching” didn’t even have meaning. Loren was affected, because she has a crush on Eddie (Cody Longo) – the first part of the story setup. But the second and final one wasn’t even realized by the writers to be at the end of the episode: To make Eddie aware of Loren – not as a fan, but as a character.
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Loren is the daughter of a single her mother, her father having left the family a long time ago. She and her mother have a Rory and Lorelai Gilmore type relationship. They tease one another, share their highs and lows, respect one another, and Loren supports her mother's return to the dating world after years of being out of it. Her mother encourages her to enjoy life; her rockstar crush included, and doesn't mind that her daughter wants to go to Duran's concert on a school night. It's a stark contrast to Loren's best friend, Melissa who has a severe helicopter parent, the kind that makes you cringe and want to throw your remote, but also the kind you or your friends may have had growing up.
Together, they are a duo of outcasts; Melissa for her flashy and fun fashion sense and Loren for her intelligence. Neither really seem to mind. Melissa's confidence makes her extremely likeable. If only more girls were less concerned with what people thought about them. She doesn't even get that upset when teased for her wardrobe, but given that she's a teenage girl, I expect such comments to rear their ugly head at some point.
Their low-key, typical high school senior life is a stark contrast to Eddie Duran, who spends his traveling the world and selling out concerts. His return to LA marks the last show on his tour and his world is filled with problems, most of which he isn't even aware of, showing a realistic portrayal of the ripple effect fame can have. His manager, Jake that constantly pressures him to work and work and work some more, never taking a break. Perhaps this is to keep Jake away from his marriage, which is clearly suffering. His girlfriend, Chloe used to date his best friend, Tyler and is clearly still holding a candle for him, but wants to be with Eddie because of the attention he brings to her and her modeling career. She's even willing to make a deal withTylerto help him get a touch of Eddie's fame as long as he remains quiet about their relationship. Meanwhile, Eddie's father, who was once part of a legendary music duo with his mother, worries about the pressure put on his son. He and Eddie lost their wife and mother in a car accident just before Eddie's career took off. Talk about a lot of demons to carry.
Eddie initially connects with Loren when he grabs her hand and sings to her at a concert, but it's later via a Twitter message that she really seems to get to him. Nice utilization of social network there, Nickelodeon. Loren enjoys writing music and songs, but swears she doesn't want to be a singer. So touched by Eddie's concert, she sends him some of her lyrics and he appears impressed when he reads them. In passing, Jake mentioned a song writing contest that Eddie was sponsoring, so this is likely where he and Loren will meet again and their real relationship begins.
Hollywood Heights Season 1, Episode 46 Jake's Concern
Airing at: Nickelodeon Genre: Drama, Family, Music, Romance Directors:Casey Childs, Noel Maxam Stars:Cody Longo, James Shanklin and Justin Wilczynski Country:USA Language:English Release Date:June 2012 (USA) Filming Locations:Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA