Joon Chung/Sceenshots via YouTube
Joon Chung/Sceenshots via YouTube

What The Hills did for Los Angeles, The Bedford Stop may do for Brooklyn. The Bedford Stop is a YouTube reality show about four young women living in Williamsburg. The pilot episode shows Brooklyn—a New York City borough with a population of over 2 million—as a gentrified paradise filled with nice apartments, brunch spots, and white girls. But there's a sliver of darkness in one of the girls, "Olena." She may be the loudest one, but no one seems to really hear what's she's saying.

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In the pilot, the women living in Williamsburg are depicted doing fascinating Williamsburg things like…

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Brunching:

Wake and brunch
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Thrift store shopping:

Vintage clothes be like
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(Apparently grammar and spelling aren't strong points at the Bedford stop; the show's subtitle says "who's" when it should be "whose.")

Talking about fall and winter fashions:

They just do
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Complaining about New York City prices at brunch:

It is!
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Getting professional headshots for Tinder and looking for true love:

Finding a husband
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By…not smiling?

Too real?
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Wait, what?

YOLO?
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Okay… Well, they figure out what to do for the night, and act really insensitive about last year's Ebola crisis.

Remember that?

Insensitive again!
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Then they complain about "best" friends:

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Yeesh. Her friend is luckily there to support:

Listening versus bowling reservations
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Or not. Oh boy, the friend just wants to bowl.

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TL;DR:

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[h/t Paper Mag]

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