Tuesday, June 30, 2009

[video] NYC Prep - Top Half of 1%

"NYC Prep chronicles the lives of a group of privileged teenagers who are key players in Manhattan's elite high school scene. Students who travel in packs whether it's to Gstaad on vacation or to a townhouse for an exclusive midnight party their lives intertwine as they network, shop, party, study, date and write college applications. Everyone's beautiful and everyone's connected.

On the surface, it seems that these teens live an enviable life. They have access and privilege to spare, and can't imagine that anything or anyone, will get in their way. Over the course of the series, see them on the benefit circuit, viewers will get to know their families, doormen, their entourage (trainers, college application advisors, stylists) and their guys/girls of the moment. But privilege has its price. Despite their carefree lives, the pressure of lofty expectations can sometimes be too much for even the most confident teenagers.
" -- iTunes Store

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Episode Summary
In the first episode of "NYC Prep," seniors Jessie and PC establish themselves as the King and Queen of the NYC prep school scene. Sharp and sassy, the pair cast a cruel eye on the rest of the city as they hit New York’s most exclusive spots. Since they used to be an item, Jessie gets tense every time PC looks for a new girl. Jessie isn’t quite sure if she wants to be with PC, but definitely doesn’t want anyone else to have him either! Camille is the prim and proper prep school junior, but is her obsession with Harvard killing her social life? Further uptown, prep school junior Kelli is living the dream with her own apartment in New York City, which means plenty of nights out. While dining with friends, Kelli runs into sophomore Sebastian who has a serious playboy reputation, and Kelli finds herself falling under his spell. Meanwhile, public school student Taylor enters the mix and sees Sebastian as her ticket into the tight knit prep school scene.

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