This week on "NYC Prep," our preternaturally mature teens look to their future, focusing on internships, sum, and careers -- all things more commonly associated with being a senior in college, not high school. I love it when an 18-year-old makes me feel inadequate.
Camille is determined to get involved with Operation Smile, and goes to PC to get an in with Jessie. Camille really only wants to be involved with OS to get community service hours for her college application, but in her meeting with Jessie fakes enthusiasm very well. At first Camille does well and she and Jessie have a decent rapport, until Camille insinuates that Jessie's school is a cakewalk compared to hers. Camille has no tact, which Jessie points out later to PC and their friend Kat.
Later, Jessie and her mom meet to discuss Jessie's plans for the future. They discuss specific careers and point out that Jessie needs to start sending out 'sum's and getting a job. I have a feeling Jessie's first job isn't going to be at Hardee's, like mine had the pleasure of being. She does a group interview for an internship at some design house I've never heard of. I'm not up on the fashion elite, y'all. Sorry. The interview seems to go well, but we don't find out the outcome.
Kelli is determined to get her music career going and starts interviewing voice coaches by herself. Apparently, she found these people on Craigslist missed connections or something, because wow. Let the freak parade begin! I have to say, it's good the camera crew is there because otherwise this endeavor could be quite dangerous...especially since the third candidate sort of looked like he wanted to eat Kelli's face. She finds a great coach but has to audition for HER, not the other way around. The coach likes her and wants to do a demo and send her to a stylist. Please cut her hair, stylist. Please.
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