New Night and New Drama: The L.A. ComplexAugust 24th, 2012 at 2:21 pm by brandyzapata under CW Star, The Dayton's CW
I’m going to catch you up on what’s been going on in the scandalous Hollywood world. But if you don’t want the spoilers then check out all the episodes HERE.
First off, a few familiar faces drop off the map. Alicia decides to take the dance troupe offer and moves out of the Lux Hotel. After being beaten in a homophobic rage by Kaldrick, Tariq has goes into hiding and eventually moves back home.
But out with the old and in with the new. Beth is a teenage runaway and her 10-year-old brother Simon is looking to pursue an acting career. They land themselves in all kinds of sticky situations trying to get into auditions and trying to pay rent at the Lux on next to no income.
Raquel is pregnant but decides to keep that little secret to herself. She also ends up getting a DUI, losing her job, and breaking up with Connor. Things were pretty bleak for her, so she makes a desperate move to get some money and camera time. . . celebrity rehab.
Now onto Kaldrick. . .he has plenty of problems. He’s having trouble dealing with the aftermath of his violent actions. He attempts suicide, seeks out his father who deserted him as a kid, and refuses to get back in the studio to finish his album. He is pushing people away left and right as he continues to struggle with the fact that he’s gay.
Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about Abby. She’s finally landed herself a solid role on a christian show called, Saying Grace. But she quickly finds herself in the middle of a love triangle that threatens to ruin it all. If she doesn’t tread carefully, she may find herself without a job. . . again.
Connor is still on the road to success, minus the fact that he has entered into a publicity stunt romance with Hollywood starlet Jennifer Bell. Not to mention the fact that he is still taking part in self-affliction whenever things get too tough for him. He is going to have to deal with his past sooner rather than later or it’s not going to end well for anyone.
Finally, we have Nick who is vying for a comedy writing job against his enemy/lover Sabrina. When they aren’t pulling pranks on each other they’re usually making out. But I have a feeling that their little fling won’t last long once one of them gets the job and the other is left behind with nothing.
The L.A. Complex will be moving to Monday at 8pm starting August 27th.