How did Siesta Key follow up that big twist at the close of its series premiere?
With another party, of course.
On Siesta Key Season 1 Episode 2, all roads seemed to lead to Brandon's birthday party, and it became clear this series is going for style over substance.
When the episode got underway, Chloe was telling Alex about what happened to her face. Apparently, Amanda attacked her in the Uber on the way home from Alex's birthday party.
Throughout the episode, there were various scenes that contradicted what each of the girls had said previously about the fight.
One of them claimed that they were getting kicked in the chest. I'm sorry, but how the heck can that happen in the back of an Uber?
Unless you can get an RV on Uber in the Sarasota town, I sincerely doubt they would have had enough space to kick each other in the chest.
Chloe claimed that she needed surgery because her nose was broken in two places. It did look swollen one point, but it seemed like the rest of the scenes were filmed out of order.
Her face kept changing throughout the episode, and it made me question whether there was someone on tap to do her makeup to make it look worse than it was.
Even her friends questioned whether she was the one with the issue. As far back as school, she apparently had an anger problem.
Despite several attempts to right the ship, all she wanted to do was lash out at those closest to her, and it was sad to watch her combust on-screen.
Chloe was the one that emerged from the pack of wannabes last week, but her storyline this week proved she's just like the rest of them.
Any way you look at it, Amanda should not have been romancing Brandon, so she should not be getting off without some sort of consequence.
Instead of taking a step back to give Chloe some time to get her feelings in check for Brandon, Amanda was all over him like a rash.
It was exhausting, to say the least.
Meanwhile, Madisson continued to pursue Alex in some scenes that were just too absurd to even think about. They went to her empty family home and spoke about all the time they spent sneaking around there over the years.
It was tiring to watch because the origins of their romance just seem so false and like they're desperately trying to get viewers to believe it.
Alex shocked nobody when he labeled his ex-girlfriend as "The Bow Down Queen." Like, this dude needs to get off the show.
But that is not going to happen when you consider the fact that his father is an executive producer and is allegedly footing the bill for it.
Then there was Kelsey and Garrett. They went on an anniversary dinner to the beach, and she got him a bag of nuts, while Garrett went all out and got her a jar with 365 thoughts of her.
Cute? Of course.
Okay, so that wraps up another episode of this MTV reality series.
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