Eva Knott 9:36 a.m., May 23
As the La Jolla Light http://www.lajollalight.com/2011/07/06/bird-rock-residents-want-concessions-from-mtv-show-in-their-neighborhood/"> reported last month, residents there, fearing the worst, demanded police protection:
“'At the recommendation of the police department, the producers will be funding one uniformed Police Officer with a patrol car who will be stationed at the roundabout entrance to the neighborhood each night until 4 a.m.,'"First District Councilwoman Sherri Lightner told the Light after negotiations "between her staff, the show’s producers, the Film Commission and the police."
"'The officer will begin his first shift tonight at 6 p.m.'"
Judging by the preview, viewers are in for lots of skin, hot tubs, and hookups. In other words, just an average San Diego day.
No word if the SDPD officer stationed outside the house glimpsed anything of what was going on inside.
The show hits cable September 28.