"It was a drama based show, so if you didn’t have drama you didn’t have a show.
But I feel like there was a lot more of the arts that could have been shown and a lot more humor that I think we got towards the end that started to lighten it up," he admits.
"A man so great he needed two names." "The Hills'" resident bad boy, Justin "Bobby" Brescia is back -- and he's getting candid in a new interview with Complex magazine about his time on the MTV reality show and why is TV persona is nothing like who he is in real life.
The star didn't appear on the famed series until season three but he quickly left his mark on the show's fans. "We worked a lot, we had some moments, we spent a lot of time together.
He stopped by just to say hi, but when the episode aired it gave a whole different portrayal of events.
"'J-Bobby leaves Audrina empty handed at a beach party.' And then they’d show me the clip and she's holding the helmet crying.
"It seems like we're about to go back in time right now and reminisce and I'm ready for it." Ready, indeed!