What is their deal?
What can viewers expect from the last two shows? To care more for the characters, says Katrina Campins.
Yes, she's fully aware that Miami Social's cast hasn't been well received (Miami Herald TV critic Glenn Garvin calls the photogenic septet ``pathetically vacuous, narcissistic excuses for human beings'').
Are her friends really so shallow? On last week's episode, Lina Fidler told boyfriend George French that she lost their baby but might not have been pregnant in the first place. Then again, he heard she had an abortion.
``People are quick to say their depiction is due to editing,'' Campins says of her castmates. ``But people do live like this in Miami. It's a little scandalous is what it is.''
What about fashion designer Ariel Stein? The dude takes issue with anyone with more than 5 percent body fat.
``Ariel is tough to watch, but he's brilliant,'' Campins says politically. ``If he focused all that negative energy on the positive he could do amazing things. I think he'll learn a valuable lesson by watching himself.''
So, what is the future of Miami Social?
``I think viewers are beginning to
relate to the characters,'' says Campins,
who hears Season 2 will start filming
`It's the engine that
could -- an acquired taste.''