New Seal Beach Long Beach 2 Episode of ‘My Vacation In LA’ Is “The Best One Yet” According To Audiences

Happy first official day of summer and you best believe it just got even hotter with the new beach-themed adventure of My Vacation In LA season 2 as the fairweather friends dive into a bright new adventure that has been acclaimed by fans and viewers as “the best episode yet” from this docu mini-series by filmmaker Anthony “Rory” Tran.

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Starring Erin Wilkin (Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown) and her honey Randy Roy with San Diego friend Adrianne, the colorful adventure includes classic California drives (with a gorgeous sunset and mountain view), a windy beach adventure, dipping toes in the Pacific Ocean, chasing seagulls, quick conversations and more in OC and LA County. And then comes conflict from Erin.

S2, Episode 3 – Chapter Titles

– Opening Credits “Turn This Around”
– Seal Beach (OC)
– Dip Your Toes Into The Pacific Ocean
– Can’t Stop The Wind
– Cali Driven
– Islands Away
– Top 10 Season 1 Spot
– Birds! Birds!
– You’re Going To Be Famous
– West Coast Sunset Cruise
– Backhead Bitchface
– Motorcyles Do What Ever The Phuck They Want
– Maru Maki Sushi
– Night at The Pike
– Broadway Bar Selfiganza
– Photo Slideshow
– Episode 4 Promo

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Photo Slideshow still from My Vacation In LA 2 – Episode 3  SEAL BEACH LONG BEACH 2

At this point in the adventure, Erin has landed on the west coast, traveled downtown at The Pike, and has had some tipsy moments (and also some rather bitchy moments) while being filmed. Knowing she had the opportunity to stay at long-term friend Rory’s place for free and in return would be in season 2 and give him Cincinnati favorites like Skyline chili cans, Montgomery Inn BBQ sauce and Grippo’s BBQ chips, she sure started distancing herself from any interaction on camera and it becomes apparent midway through this episode when Rory asks for a sunset photo with her.

Is this is the beginning of the end for season 2? Either way, this episode is filled with surprise and magic. And the birds! – a stellar connection to the original short My Vacation In Cincinnati is amongst the fun.

Several viewers have even voiced their opinion upon the release of this new episode calling it “The best one yet”, “So much fun!” and “Amazing.” What are your favorite moments? #MVILA2

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New Mini-Series ‘My Vacation In LA’ is a Docu-Sequel to ‘My Vacation In Cincinnati’

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February is here with a new mini-series from TTF. From one hot spot to the next, take an adventurous trip with Alicia, Legend and Trippy T as they travel the west coast seeking beaches and fun as they bring a whole lot of Midwest and Cincinnati-tude to beautiful Los Angeles, California.

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Alicia has never been to California, let alone southern California (hello, the spot to be!) When her friend Rory (Trippy T, Anthony Rory Tran AKA the Trippy Tran Man, founder of Trippy Tran Films LLC) moves to pursue his film and acting career in Hollywood, she knew she had to see him again and spend time with him and his bud Legend on the SoCal coast.

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Rory, Alicia and Legend planned a full week of adventure including visting various beaches like the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Long Beach boat rides and the aquarium, plus, WeHo, Knott’s Berry Farm, Hollywood Star Tours, wax museums, a taping of Comedy Central’s @Midnight, In N’ Out and more. See what fun they all get into as they explore Greater Los Angeles when it premiers here at TrippyTranFilms.com on Friday, February 5, 2016.

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The mini-series is a spin-off to Trippy Tran Films’ 2012 short My Vacation In Cincinnati which stars the late Chris Corman (who passed in 2015) and ex-army Seattle-lite Amanda Eichelberger.

There are references and more to MVIC but MVILA is not a movie per se. It is more of a documented adventure with interviews, sights, travel, fun facts (like did you know The Pacific Wheel is the only solar powered Ferris wheel in the world!?) Plus, there are even important topics discussed amongst the vacationers like salt water resources – all sprinkled throughout this unique adventure.

SoCal just got sunnier!

This documentary-style mini-series will be split into 7 segments for each day of the adventure. The 2-part finale will release on February 29th.

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