Ok so Siesta Key just ended maybe three minutes ago and I rushed here so I could immediately vent about Camilla.
I feel like we all felt really bad for her last season because Jordana (Jordan?) was all over Brandon in front of her right after he had cheated on her. Not a cool thing to do and the wounds were still fresh but I was relieved to watch Camilla move on with Will (even though it seemed completely forced). But that was then and this is now. After the Siesta Key premiere tonight I absolutely cannot stand watching her. First, she got back with Brandon after he had a baby with someone else AND after the whole Jordana thing, which really makes me wonder wtf is going through her mind.
Then at Juliette's birthday party she wasted a perfectly good charcuterie board and threw crackers at Will just so she could have a moment of male attention. When Will shrugged her off, and clearly showed he wasn't interested (and not even in a rude way) she went off. I get it's embarrassing to throw crackers at someone and not have them think it's adorable but she needed to calm down. She then had the nerve to tell him that he should've chased her and tried to win her back after she went back to Brandon. CAMILLA, HAS THE KHALEESI BLONDE HAIR BLEACH GONE TO YOUR HEAD? Why on earth would Will (who seems actually normal and capable of a functioning human relationship) follow you around like a love sick puppy after you ditched him to get back with your cheating ex? Wake up. I'm telling you right now I cannot watch an entire season of her acting this desperate.
Ok, rant over.
Okay so we know that Juliette and Kelsey had an on and off friendship throughout all of the seasons of Siesta Key, but the last fight they had was definitely the worst in my opinion. Yet, in the new trailer they’re seen talking about Juliette’s relationship and even sitting next to each other. Not to mention it’s the relationship that Kelsey was accused of trying to break up. So do we think that Kelsey and Juliette built up their friendship again? Because it would probably take a lot for Juliette to trust Kelsey again when it comes to her relationship with Sam. Are they friends? Are they frenemies? Are they just civil?
I can't be the only one who felt how anxious Juliette was last night when she told Sam she wanted to have her own space and was looking at apartments. I mean, I could literally feel it through my screen. As someone who has been a fan of JAM, I didn't really like how much Sam tried to pressure her into not getting her own space. I feel like yes, it was expected for him to be a little upset, but I think he took it a little too far. She made it clear that it was for work and she'd still sleep at his place like she still lived there, so the only difference really would be her working somewhere that isn't his house. Maybe if he didn't have people partying like he's still twenty-one then she wouldn't feel the need to do it in the first place? Thoughts?
Ahead of tonight's episode, I was just thinking about how much longer Sam will be the center of Juliette's complicated love life. I'm dying to meet her new boo, Clark. When do you guys think he will debut on our screens? Also, without having much of an impression other than social media right now, what do you think he/their relationship will be like? I am dyinggggg to find out. Also, no shade but I think he's the cutest guy so far.
Siesta Key is focusing on Juliet crying these crocodile tears as if she was really into Sam in the first place. From the moment Sam arrived on the show you could tell that Juliet was not really only with him for his money but also to show that she could get someone with more money and more status than her ex Alex. Alex was absolutely the worst person on this show he cheated on Juliet multiple times gaslit her and then bought her things to make it all OK. Now, Juliet is trying to make herself the victim when she knows she was just never that into him.
Her and Sam had absolutely no chemistry from the get-go but she needed a storyline a one up on Alex and a jumpstart on her swimwear label. She is the one who had been taking trips and leaving Sam alone before they even decided to break up.
Then she decided that she wanted to move out but allegedly still be in a relationship. When she moved out, it’s clear that she no longer want it to be with Sam. But now that Sam has moved on she wants to cry to make herself the victim and I do not feel even a little bit bad for her.
However, Sam has no personality and we don’t really know anything about him. We don’t know his family we only know Jordana and now this season they are introducing more friends. And after all of the social media drama they are finally making Mike which is his best friend who is about 46 years old so it feels very icky and out of place and the infamous Megan who is only 21 years old compared to Sam‘s 30 years on earth it just feels so gross and made up. I was obsessed with the show up until the middle of last season but now I am disgusted. I will still watch because I just don’t really have any self-respect when it comes to shows lol.
First of all, what season are we calling this? Season 4? Season 4B? Season 5? I love how the MTV website doesn't clarify, and none of the publishers like People or Us Weekly say what season it is. They just call it the "new season." So, the trailer for "the new season"... I hope we don't spend too much time on the Sam and Juliette drama. We all saw that play out on social media. Plus, Sam is such a dud on camera. He isn't dynamic whatsoever. Let's leave him in "last season" and focus on Juliette, who has true star power. I'm here for her and her new man. I'm also here for thirsty Chloe coming in hot off her "wellness" journey to call someone a stone cold bitch. Kinda need more from Kelsey, and tbh, the Brandon and Madisson storylines are too depressing to watch (on account of Madisson's tragic still birth) so I could use less of them.
TLDR the more Juliette Being Juliette, the better.
If I have to continue hearing Chloe's now husband Chris talk about energy, vibes, astrology, and crystals I am going to throw my computer.
I don't know how people have serious conversations with him without laughing or slapping him.
Juliette being in Paris did not make Siesta Key a safe space for Meghan and honestly, I'm living for it. Juliette's besties Amanda and Lexie had her back the entire time, good for them. I did think Amanda went a little too far? Calling Meghan a trophy rebound when it honestly seems like Meghan had no idea Sam was still texting Juliette seemed a little harsh to be honest. Though I do think Meghan is a little fishy, especially after what Cara shared with Jordana, that Meghan has a past with rich exes and using them. Is it true? We have no idea, but we know Cara doesn't spill tea unless she thinks it's 1000% true. So, what do you all think? Is Meghan just using Sam or does she genuinely like him?
I’ve honestly been thinking about how Juliette’s been in Paris and how time apart might be good for her when it comes to moving on from Sam, but then I remembered she has to come back to Siesta Key at some point. Right? Which would mean that she’s probably going to run into Sam (maybe even Meghan) because they hang out in the same group with the same friends, but is she really ready to move on like he’s been? We saw last week how upset she still was and I honestly believe that if she does end up seeing him when she gets back home, it might hurt her or even make them want to get back together… which would just make their situation even more complicated and messy if they end up breaking up again? What do you think? Am i reaching or am I making some points?
So, we all know that Cara was not having it with Chloe the last time they talked. No matter how hard Chloe tried to talk to her and convince her she was changing, Cara made it clear she wanted nothing to do with her. I mean… you do you I guess, but if everyone is giving Cara a second chance then maybe she should be understanding with others too. In this new season trailer, Chloe straight-up calls Cara a lying and vindictive bitch, and honestly, I can’t wait to see it unfold because I missed when Chloe called people out on their BS. Cara is probably right to have written off Chloe…