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Privileged Rundown: Episode 15, "All About the Big Picture"

Privileged Rundown: Episode 15, "All About the Big Picture"

Soooo much family drama in this week's episode of Privileged. Too much family drama? Hmm. There is also some fun Marco stuff (having to do with his dream to open up his own place!) and the twins grapple with the old conundrum: Fame or boys?

Did you watch Privileged this week? To see some of my thoughts on this episode and chat about it all,


  • There's a lot of interesting stuff in this episode, like Will and Megan fighting over Will's role in the whole Lily/mom debacle and Lily and Megan's minor reconciliation. But I'm not watching the show to find out whether Megan's dad starts drinking again. Is that bad to say?
  • "You're a billionaire! Isn't there a special hotline for you guys?" Also love Megan's response to Will's cheesy crack about what said hotline would be ("1-800-IM-RICH?"): "That's not enough numbers!"
  • Rose's relationship with Zach is still adorable, even if it's baffling her friends. "You're dating a mathlete! And you won't even make fun of him!"
  • Sage's continued giddiness over her new relationship with Luis is also pretty cute. And for some cheesy reason, I find it endearing that the young chef falls in love with a girl named Sage because, you know, Quiche Sage actually makes sense no matter how you mean it.
  • Marco's stress-organizing post-breakup. Megan wants him to channel his energy into other things, like changing his hair. His response: "I'm not 16, or a girl, or white."
  • Will's mom cooks?
  • I love that Pete Wentz shows up and then gets totally overshadowed by gross Max. Max first acts all squicky and intimate with Rose, then Sage tells him that Hugh Hefner wants his nasty plaid jacket back.
  • Ack, Lily is just nothing but trouble. She raises hell over not knowing her mom was in town, then about her mom skipping town, and then she has to go and kiss Will! I have such a hard time sympathizing with her. At all.
  • Even the heartwarming scene between Megan and Lily toward the end did very little for me. I think I'm getting sick of Megan feeling responsible all the time and apologizing and Lily never feeling responsible or apologizing.
  • Oh, so much drama with Marco's restaurant! Obviously I don't want him to leave the show, but I was so happy for him when he thought he was going to be moving on and opening his own place. And I absolutely loved the part with Marco and Megan squealing and jumping up and down over the news that Laurel is giving him the money.
  • Dear CelebStyle, please find me that dress that makes Megan look "respectably hot-cute," 'k? Thanks.
  • Wait, after Megan leaves Will's place for dinner, does she not go back to her dad's like she said she would? Or did that just get cut? It was bizarre to see her go from that emotional scene to a happy, chipper moment with the twins.
  • Apparently the Baker twins' big moment as celebutantes has passed. It's kind of funny to see them so wiped out from nights of nonstop parties. Also funny? Rose's ho-hum line as she's putting on jewelry: "OK. I'm ready to help cure cancer."
  • "Driver Dave" will probably never stop being a funny name to me.
  • Coincidentally, I also wanted the Reality Bites Ethan Hawke to marry me.
  • Ha! Megan says Miley Cyrus already looks older than she does.
  • Aaaaaack! Will loves Megan! And Megan loves Will, but he still said it first!

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Susanna Susanna 8 years
I'm so over Megan's family drama. I'm tempted to mute those scenes when I'm watching. Lots of great lines though. "A Mafia kiss?" and my favorite: "I don't even like to use the word 'party' as a verb."
clarabelle98 clarabelle98 8 years
There is nothing remotely endearing or redeeming about Lily. I agree they better MAKE something endearing about her soon, or she won't be worth watching. The thing about TV "villains" is that no matter how mean and evil they are, there is SOMEthing about them people relate to. Lily doesn't have anything worth relating too, she's just a loser.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i feel like they are trying way too hard to do things with this show which is really sad since i used to LOVE this show (i loved the book). anyway, i can't even begin to talk about this since i don't know where to start.
kred kred 8 years
Lily remind me of my older sister... and its not a good thing. Lily needs to repent ASAP or I will turn the channel everytime she has screentime.
katalyst katalyst 8 years
1 more note: found it in a size 4 on ebay was on sale in the stores though for $39.95
katalyst katalyst 8 years
dear buzzsugar, even though i'm not celebstyle....... megan's "hot-cute" purple dress was from anthropologie by yoana baraschi. it was in the october catalog and was called the "vaego" dress! love, katalyst
shilpsugar shilpsugar 8 years
Have to completely agree with emms in that Megan's family drama is starting to get old. And as much as I LOVE Wil, how much more can he realistically handle? Has anyone else heard the rumor that Lipstick Jungle hottie Robert Buckley is joining Privileged? Rawr.
graylen graylen 8 years
I think Rose's mathlete is the worst actor on the show. It's distracting. LOVE Marco and Megan. Their friendship is so sweet. I also like the relationship with Will and Megan- mostly because Will's just too adorable. His family was normal for a TV family!
emms emms 8 years
There were some cute, funny lines in this episode which you already touched on, Buzz, but overall I found this episode draining. Megan's family and their problems are exhausting. I think Lily is yelling, "But we're your family!" when Megan was going to leave for dinner at Will's. Um, hello? You go get married and don't tell or invite any of your family as well as do plenty of other shady things to Megan and yet she feels like she has the right to utter that sentence? I don't think so. When Megan went back to Will's at the end of the episode, I was really anticipating a break up. I mean, how much more drama can Will take? If I was him, I would be drained by Megan and her constant family drama. But alas, her loves her. No I just wonder, if he can deal with her family, what's going to make this relationship crash and burn?
smileyface smileyface 8 years
Loved this episode. At the end when Will said he loved Megan I was like awwwwww. Lol. LOVE Marco. His I'm not 16, a girl, or white line cracked me up. Also when Megan told him to go to the gym and he was like Why because I'm fat?! Hah. Love the twins as well and concur that their relationships are cute. So over Lily. I feel a little bad for her, but that is quickly replaced by her not wanting to own up to anything ever.
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