Jessica and Nick are embarking on critical phases of their careers: shooting their new videos. Nick is first and this video is extra important for him because it is his first as a solo artist. Laser lights, a shirtless Nick and hot dancers all add...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Jessica and Nick are embarking on critical phases of their careers: shooting their new videos. Nick is first and this video is extra important for him because it is his first as a solo artist. Laser lights, a shirtless Nick and hot dancers all add up to a hot video, or so Nick thinks (more on that later). Halfway through the shoot, Jessica shows up to help support her hubby with a bottle of champagne and the cast and crew celebrate Nick's new video.
Two weeks later, Nick gets the footage back from his video shoot. He doesn't look pleased. He looks more then unpleased, he looks like he hates it. Jessica tries to make him feel better about it but Nick still can't tell if his new video is going to help his career or hurt it. "It looks like an '80s video. There's nothing going on. It's just kind of boring." Nevertheless, the jury is still out.
Jessica's video up next. Nick and Jess wake up at the crack of dawn and make their way to the beach to shoot her new video, which is set by a waterfall. Unfortunately for Jessica it is cold out and her little bikini is not keeping her warm. After a few hours the shoot finally wraps and Nick and Jessica head back home.
When the footage of Jessica's video finally comes back, it becomes obvious to Nick that compared to Jessica's video his is...well, let's just say it needs a little work. Nick then hustles to find more money to re-shoot his video, making countless calls.
Finally Nick gets the call he's been waiting for. His people managed to scrounge up some money for him and they are going to schedule a re-shoot. This time they have Dax from Punk'd to help out. They shoot it behind Nick and Jessica house and get the dancers back too. Nick is finally happy with his first video as a solo artist."I think we pulled a rabbit out of our hat, so to speak, today. We made it happen. It was a lot of work but it all paid off and it turned out incredibly in the end."