Share & Connect
The American comedy drama on HBO How To Make It In America premiered its second season earlier this month. In a press release, the channel has revealed the plots of the upcoming episodes this November.
The show follows two friends, Ben Epstein (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam Calderon (Victor Rasuk), as they hustle their way through the backdoors of New York’s fashion scene, determined to make it big. Through their perseverance and connections, the two enterprising young men try their best to break into the city’s competitive fashion scene.
Episode #14: “I’m Sorry, Who’s Yosi?”
Ben senses a conflict of interest when Nancy (played by Gina Gershon) sets CRISP up with a manufacturer named Yosi (Nick Chinlund). Determined to bring some spice to Biscuit, Rachel (Lake Bell) disregards her boss and pursues an edgy lead. The feds catch up with Kapo (Eddie Kaye Thomas); Lulu (Nicole Laliberte) warns Cam (Victor Rasuk) against selling out; and Rasta Monsta incites the ire of the East Flatbush Caribbean League.
Episode #15: “The Friction”
Ben and Cam debate the future of CRISP. Rene (Luis Guzmán) hunts down the culprit behind the Rasta Monsta tincture spray, and gives Kapo some advice on how to survive medium security. Rachel commemorates a job setback with ‘shrooms and a shvitz.
Episode #16 and season finale: “What’s in a Name?”
Questioning his faith in Nancy and Yosi, Ben tries to find a way to stitch CRISP – and his friendship with Cam – back together. Domingo (Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi) and Cam try to clear Rasta Monsta’s name with the East Flatbush Caribbean League. Rachel seeks Edie’s (Martha Plimpton) advice; Kapo has the best prison send-off party ever.
The second season of the zesty New Yorker tale has already proven fiery as the 32-year-old Lake Bell, who plays Rachel, Ben’s on-off girlfriend, went topless in the season’s second episode. Bell’s character is an interior designer on the search for herself. Before How To Make It In America, the stunning actress starred alongside Alec Baldwin and Meryl Streep in the 2009 comedy It’s Complicated.
How To Make It In America has the successful team behind HBO’s Entourage as executive producers, including Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson and Rob Weiss.
Image Courtesy of http://www.facebook.com/howtomakeit