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New York Goes to Hollywood

California Here I Come! (Season 1, Episode 1)
TV-PG
TV Episode | 22 min | Reality-TV

New York lands in Hollywood, with celluloid dreams but no concrete connections. So she places an ad for an assistant and begins the interview process, in total New York fashion.
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Cris Abrego (creator) | Mark Cronin (creator)
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Updated Aug 4, 2008

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Aug 4, 2008 (United States)

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Zachary Christopher Fay
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Amyrh Harris
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Lizza Monet Morales
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Tiffany Pollard
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Zondra Wilson
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