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* CanonDiscontinuity: The final scene of the original series, in so much as MTV actively refusing to air it again. Online versions of the ending cut the final scene off after Kristin leaves in a taxi, omitting the final shots of [[GainaxEnding the set dressing being taken down around Brody Jenner]], and TheReveal that the scene (and possibly parts of the series) were filmed on a backlot. The only ending currently available to view on MTV's Youtube channel is the alternate ending, which has Brody immediately visit Lauren at her apartment after saying goodbye to Kristin. Likewise, TheRevival completely ignores the final shots of the original series.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The final scene of the original series, in so much as MTV actively refusing to air it again. Online versions of the ending cut the final scene off after Kristin leaves in a taxi, omitting the final shots of [[GainaxEnding the set dressing being taken down around Brody Jenner]], and TheReveal that the scene (and possibly parts of the series) were filmed on a backlot. The only ending currently available to view on MTV's Youtube channel is the alternate ending, which has Brody immediately visit Lauren at her apartment after saying goodbye to Kristin. Likewise, TheRevival the {{Revival}} completely ignores the final shots of the original series.


* CanonDiscontinuity: The final scene of the original series, in so much as MTV actively refusing to air it again. Online versions of the ending cut the final scene off after Kristin leaves in a taxi, omitting the final shots of [[GainaxEnding the set dressing being taken down around Brody Jenner]], and TheReveal that the scene (and possibly parts of the series) were filmed on a backlot. The only ending currently available to view on MTV's Youtube channel is the alternate ending, which has Brody immediately visit Lauren at her apartment after saying goodbye to Kristin.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The final scene of the original series, in so much as MTV actively refusing to air it again. Online versions of the ending cut the final scene off after Kristin leaves in a taxi, omitting the final shots of [[GainaxEnding the set dressing being taken down around Brody Jenner]], and TheReveal that the scene (and possibly parts of the series) were filmed on a backlot. The only ending currently available to view on MTV's Youtube channel is the alternate ending, which has Brody immediately visit Lauren at her apartment after saying goodbye to Kristin. Likewise, TheRevival completely ignores the final shots of the original series.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The final scene of the original series, in so much as MTV actively refusing to air it again. Online versions of the ending cut the final scene off after Kristin leaves in a taxi, omitting the final shots of [[GainaxEnding the set dressing being taken down around Brody Jenner]], and TheReveal that the scene (and possibly parts of the series) were filmed on a backlot. The only ending currently available to view on MTV's Youtube channel is the alternate ending, which has Brody immediately visit Lauren at her apartment after saying goodbye to Kristin.

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The show was later given a {{Revival}} in the form of 2019's ''The Hills: New Beginnings'', in which many of the cast members (save for Lauren, who declined to appear) are followed years later, having married or had children in the interim.


* CoolestClubEver and InDaClub: All da time.

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* CoolestClubEver and InDaClub: All da time. Particularly the (now closed) Les Deux club where the infamous fight between Lauren and Heidi happened.



* TwentyFourHourPartyPeople

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* TwentyFourHourPartyPeopleTwentyFourHourPartyPeople: Rarely ever do you see these people working or doing anything productive.


''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. MTV Canada personalities Creator/DanielLevy and Jessi Cruickshank hosted <i>The After Show,/i>, which was often about The Hills and is credited with being one of the first post-show talk shows. The Hills also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.

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''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. MTV Canada personalities Creator/DanielLevy and Jessi Cruickshank hosted <i>The ''The After Show,/i>, Show'', which was often about The Hills and is credited with being one of the first post-show talk shows. The Hills also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.


''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. MTV Canada personalities Creator/DanielLevy and Jessi Cruickshank hosted The After Show, which was often about The Hills and is credited with being one of the first of its kind. It also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.

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''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. MTV Canada personalities Creator/DanielLevy and Jessi Cruickshank hosted The <i>The After Show, Show,/i>, which was often about The Hills and is credited with being one of the first of its kind. It post-show talk shows. The Hills also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.


''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. It also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.

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''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. MTV Canada personalities Creator/DanielLevy and Jessi Cruickshank hosted The After Show, which was often about The Hills and is credited with being one of the first of its kind. It also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.



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* Stephanie Pratt, Spencer's sister. Her appearances on TheSoup via AdamWesting later turned her into a BreakoutCharacter.

''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. It also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.

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* Stephanie Pratt, Spencer's sister. Her appearances on TheSoup Series/TheSoup via AdamWesting later turned her into a BreakoutCharacter.

''The Hills'' was a hit for MTV, with some of the highest ratings of any show on cable. Even though its ratings declined from its early peaks, it is still regarded as one of MTV's most popular shows. It also managed to earn itself a sizable {{hatedom}} when it was airing, and earned a reputation for being staged and vapid. It is one of ''TheSoup'''s ''Series/TheSoup'''s favorite targets of mockery.


* RichIdiotWithNoDayJob
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney

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* RichIdiotWithNoDayJob
RichIdiotWithNoDayJob: Several, but mostly Spencer
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoneyScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: Again, Spencer

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* {{Retool}}: The show was originally about Lauren trying to juggle school, work and romance along with her three friends (who also worked). When Kristin replaced Lauren, the show switched focus onto anyone who has ever spoken to Lauren (Brody, Spencer, Lo, Stephanie) and was no longer pretending that any of these people had anything remotely resembling a real job.


* Whitney Port, once a fellow intern of Lauren's at Teen Vogue. She went on to star in her own spinoff, ''The City'', in which she works as a fashion designer in NewYorkCity.

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* Whitney Port, once a fellow intern of Lauren's at Teen Vogue. She went on to star in her own spinoff, ''The City'', in which she works as a fashion designer in NewYorkCity.UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity.


''The Hills'' is a {{spinoff}} of the Creator/{{MTV}} reality show ''LagunaBeach'', following a group of twentysomethings living in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. In particular, it follows (or followed) Lauren "LC" Conrad, one of the characters from ''Laguna Beach'', as she attends the Fashion School of Design and Merchandising and gets an internship at Teen Vogue magazine. She later went on to work for the fashion PR firm People's Revolution, and left the show in season five following Heidi and Spencer's wedding. Other characters include:

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''The Hills'' is a {{spinoff}} of the Creator/{{MTV}} reality show ''LagunaBeach'', ''Series/LagunaBeach'', following a group of twentysomethings living in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. In particular, it follows (or followed) Lauren "LC" Conrad, one of the characters from ''Laguna Beach'', as she attends the Fashion School of Design and Merchandising and gets an internship at Teen Vogue magazine. She later went on to work for the fashion PR firm People's Revolution, and left the show in season five following Heidi and Spencer's wedding. Other characters include:



* Kristin Cavallari, a ''{{Laguna Beach}}'' alum like Lauren and an aspiring actress. She became a [[ReplacementScrappy replacement for Lauren]] in season five.

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* Kristin Cavallari, a ''{{Laguna Beach}}'' ''Series/LagunaBeach'' alum like Lauren and an aspiring actress. She became a [[ReplacementScrappy replacement for Lauren]] in season five.

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