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What Will the Talented Young Cast of "The Hills" Do Now It's Over?

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Today, Intern Anna recaps the dramatic events of last night's episode of The Hills. This is what we make our interns do at Racked—so no one can ever tell them they didn't pay their dues.

Last night may have been the saddest Tuesday night of our lives. Our favorite fairytale melodrama The Hills had its official last season finale. The show is finally over, which means maybe some of my brain cells can grow back!

The show wrapped up with each of the leading ladies going their separate ways. The adorable Lo went against her rules and made plans to move in with her equally adorable boyfriend, Audrina decided she needed a break from her grueling schedule of not having a job and moved into a house in Hermosa Beach, Stephanie finally secured a third date (and a boyfriend), and Kristen not to be outdone by her cast members decided it was time to get into some cat fights in Europe. But with the ending of the season and the girl's plans for their new lives, the question remains, where will bartender Stefanie mooch now that Kristen is "moving away"?

But MTV gets credit for ending the show (aka giving us back that half hour of our lives) by taking a jab at itself. When the heart wrenching goodbye scene between Kristen and Brody commences, we see the camera zooming out from a set and the director yelling "its a wrap". The ending begs the question, was the show real or scripted? And why do we care?—Anna Fursoff
· The Hills [MTV]