Show Tracker

What you're watching

« Previous Post | Show Tracker Home | Next Post »

'The City' sneak peek: Roxy Olin gets tough love from her dad, 'Brothers & Sisters'' Ken Olin

July 6, 2010 | 10:24 am

The tension between Whitney Port and Roxy Olin on “The City” has been building for quite a while and last week it hit an all-time high.

After Roxy successfully placed a Whitney Eve jacket on Canadian singer Lights, all seemed to be OK. That was until the performer apparently pulled the jacket off and threw it to the ground just moments after hitting the stage. By the way, according to our readers who attended the performance, Lights kept the jacket on for about half her set! Nevertheless, Whitney blamed Roxy, yet we’re unsure how Roxy could have avoided that. Later at home, the two argued over the incident and Whitney suggested that living and working together was no longer good for their relationship.

In Tuesday’s episode, Roxy takes to the streets for apartments, but realizes the harsh truth about living alone in the city. It’s way too expensive for a current PR Girl who's in-between careers. In our exclusive preview clip above, Roxy appeals to her father, Ken Olin of “Thirtysomething” and “Brothers & Sisters” fame, for help and she doesn't like what he has to say.

Also in the next episode, Olivia Palermo begrudgingly interviews someone wearing Whitney Eve and Erin Kaplan sees another way to oust her nemesis.

“The City” airs Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. on MTV.

-- Jethro Nededog


'The City': Roxy, did you tell Lights that jacket was an area rug?

'The City' sneak peek: Is Roxy Olin's best not good enough?

All 'The City' coverage on Show Tracker

Video credit: MTV