After the manner in which Jeremy treats Rachel, Chet (Craig Bierko) decides to step up and fire him. While Chet is from the other team and is not part of Rachel and Quinn’s team, there is a shift in dynamics to some extent since Rachel is going to be indebted to him for removing Jeremy from there.
Appleby also made it clear that Rachel is placing herself in a vulnerable position in front of Coleman. Even though she sees him as an escape route, she is exposing too much of herself in the process.
UnReal Season 2 has it’s midseason finale. The second season saw Rachel becoming what she had always aspired to. She had always felt that she wouldn’t ever behave the way Quinn would, to make the show a success, but once in the seat of the showrunner, the viewers see Rachel the following suit.
Both Quinn and Rachel try to make way for better TRP for Everlasting with a black suitor, quarterback Darius Beck (B.J Britt). He is trying to rectify his public image and agrees to come in. Things start to fall apart from Quinn’s ex-husband comes in with his version of Everlasting and the crews for Chet and Quinn’s version continue filming at the same time.
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Quinn makes it very clear that none of the incidents in Everlasting are scripted, but the viewers know the inside story. The star of the show is Rachel, who becomes a Quinn in her position and doesn’t shy away from manipulating situation and characters to make her ends meet.
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