Drama Unfolds in the Premiere of 'College Hill: Celebrity Edition' Season Three

Tensions flare as Saucy Santana, Nick "Swaggy P" Young, Tamar Braxton, Karlous Miller, Claudia Jordan, and Angela "Black Chyna" White navigate orientation, class conflicts, and personal feuds in the season's explosive kickoff.

It's time for the kick-off of "College Hill: Celebrity Edition" season three with two back-to-back episodes.

The first episode introduces the new crew: Saucy Santana, Nick "Swaggy P" Young, Tamar Braxton, Karlous Miller from "The 85 South" podcast, Claudia Jordan, and Angela "Black Chyna" White as they arrive at their new home for the month. Tension arises between Claudia Jordan and Saucy Santana due to past comments Claudia made about Saucy on social media and her show. They keep it civil for now.

On the first day of school, it's all about orientation. Saucy takes his time getting ready, establishing himself as the likely latecomer. They are greeted on campus by a gospel chorus singing "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and a praise dance team, and they explore various school clubs.

In the first class, philosophy, Miller is surprised to find a white teacher. Next, in political science, tension rises when they are assigned to write a bill addressing homelessness to present to a congressman. Miller has controversial views, stating it's not his responsibility to address homelessness. Young questions Karlous's stance, leading to a heated exchange where Miller insults Young's NBA contributions. Despite Young's efforts to discuss his community support, Karlous remains unsympathetic, frustrating everyone.

The second episode continues with attempts to convince Miller about the importance of the homelessness bill. Miller dismisses addiction as a choice, prompting Young and White to explain the complexities of addiction and homelessness. White shares that homelessness can mean couch-surfing, not just living on the streets. Miller's lack of empathy leads Angela to leave class early.

Meanwhile, Santana becomes obsessed with a doll named Bianca, leading to conflict when Miller and Jordan hide it. Santana skips school to find the doll, which eventually turns up with a note accusing him of being a bad father. Saucy wrongly suspects Nick.

Back in political science, the homeless bill discussion escalates, with Karlous insulting Young again and nearly provoking a fight. Young shows restraint, even though Miller continues to disrespect everyone, including the professor.

The episode ends with Young trying to clear things up with Santana about the doll, but Santana remains upset and uncommunicative.

That's where we leave things this week.

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