Things are about to get all sorts of fun, crazy and weird for our cast, as last night’s whopping 29-minute episode set the stage for tons of forthcoming drama.
Our boy Cam still has his sights set on getting a new place, and hopes that Domingo will let him in on his marijuana dealing so he can make a few extra bucks. I guess you do what you’ve got to, but something tells me Cam might get caught up. Ultimately, we know he’s doing all of this to prove himself to Lulu.
Cam’s other half, Ben, and his girlfriend Julie are having issues. There’s some other guy, and if Ben can’t prove he loves Julie she’s swapping him out for the man that does. If you’re in the boat of folks wondering why this storyline is seemingly headed for a fast ending, I have two words for you: Gina Gershon.
Last night's episode of "How to Make It" didn't have the same pace as the premiere, but it was a nice segue to the storylines (and drama) ahead.
We left off with Ben and Cam being approached by Andy, a sales rep who wants to help get Crisp into every store in NYC. During their meeting, the fellas aren’t too sure about Mr. Andy, an up and comer trying to make a name for himself.
While Andy’s "let’s build a brand and empire together" sentiment is honorable, this is the generation of instant, not delayed, gratification.
If we learned anything from last night’s premiere, it’s that the path to success will be littered with Neanderthals, a Japanese fetish dance performance and cigars laced with angel dust.
Yeah, I didn’t see much of this coming, but that made season 2's opener of "How to Make It in America" that much more memorable.
So, let’s catch up with Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam (Victor Rusk):
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