The Hills: New Beginnings is back for its highly-anticipated reboot after nine years off the air. The game-changing MTV series will reunite fans with core stars such as Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Justin Bobby Brescia, Frankie Delgado, and Brody Jenner, as well as introduce newcomers Brandon Thomas Lee and The O.C. star Mischa Barton for a new round of drama.
And while The Hills cast's personal lives might have changed significantly, there's one thing that remains the same - Justin Bobby and Audrina's stop-start relationship.
After Justin and Audrina's reunion, episode two of the reality tv reboot saw the star-crossed lovers attend Stephanie Pratt's welcome home party. Audrina wonders why Justin hasn't been in touch until now. He responds by explaining that he's been living in a treehouse in Nicaragua.
"I left this Hollywood world behind for a bit, went and stayed in huts on the beach, lived in treehouses. Went to Nicaragua for four days and I stayed for about three years," he said. "But there was just so much more that I wanted to do, so I just felt like getting back to the states. Couldn't be a major rock and roller in Indonesia, or the sands of Nicaragua."
Meanwhile, Stephanie inevitably gets into an argument with Spencer and Heidi and as Stephanie cried all alone, it was Justin Bobby who came over to comfort her.
The next day, Justin went over to Stephanie's house to make sure she was OK, and they talked about just taking off and starting over. Wait. Do we have a Stephanie - Justin - Audrina love triangle on our hands? Apparently, we do because Justin has a date with Audrina later on.
Things are off to a rocky start, Audrina is upset that Justin wasn't going to pick her up to go to a music festival, so she had to meet him there.
Audrina's random friend declared that Justin was "so in love" with Audrina, and Audrina explained that Justin is "so frustrating" just in general.
She then revealed that her random friends are setting her up on a double date, and Justin pretended to be thrilled it was a guy with a real job ("a business operator") who could take care of her.
The episode ends, and we haven't really learnt that much. Except for this unexpected nugget of wisdom from our new favourite superhero, "Mom Heidi."
The lesson here can best be summed up in just one tweet: "If you have to make him jealous, he’s not worth your time."