We often give the The City credit for its realism ... at least compared to The Hills. Well, last night that was nowhere to be found, because it was Fashion Week. Again.

Seriously, wasn't it Fashion Week, like, two weeks ago? They make the world of fashion look as glamorous as the ease at which things seem to in Whitney Port’s lap.

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We realize that as a show about women in fashion, MTV's The City is bound to cross-promote certain magazines, designers and brands ... but this is getting ridic.

It's basically the Elle reality show at this point ... this week's title even had Elle in it. Bad as it is for Elle that Olivia Palermo works there, the PR volume makes up for it.

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Whitney Port's dating history on the The City has been suspect to say the least.

Jay Lyon? That hairy freeloader acted like he was "putting that on lockdown" when really he just needed a place to stay before he left with his band on tour.

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Okay. If you've watched 30 seconds of The City in your life, you know Olivia Palermo's "job" (term used loosely) at Elle is menial at best, and utterly pointless at worst.

Most jobs, especially in the world of fashion, are a bit less glamorous than you think. Still, there are deadlines, meetings, places to go, things to do, people to meet, etc.

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Every reality show, or MTV program posing as one, needs a villain to stir the pot on occasion. On The City, that pot-stirrer is Olivia Palermo, who fills the role to a T.

It's about all she does well in life.

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We tend to forget Whitney Port was once a part of The Hills. It's easy to, since it's currently so bad, and our favorite stars (Whit and LC) are gone.

Port has since moved to The City, but the SoCal girl still has plenty to say about The Hills and her spinoff series. Excerpts from her chat with E!:

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The City Quotes

From the beginning of The Hills, I was very career-oriented. I had had a boyfriend for the first year and a half, and I made a conscious effort to keep that to myself. I just didn't want to be that vulnerable.

Whitney Port

I just want to live a normal life.

Whitney Port