I don't even know who Trey is. Some guy who gets paid to sit there and agree?
|Marisol Suarez, "The Maid Who Knew Too Much"|
Trey endorses Hugh's horrible ideas. ("The Maid Who Knew Too Much")
Marisol meets with Hugh Metzger and Trey to discuss the outline she wrote for her film, and she grows unhappy with the changes they insist on making such as changing the setting to that of Miami or introducing a "maid locker room" sequence. She goes to Peter, the head of the studio and also her boyfriend, with her concerns after he tells her that they said she was being difficult, and he assures that he will have her back if they try to make a change that's too drastic for her to handle. When another meeting is held, Hugh and Trey insult the lead character of Maria - based on Marisol - which Marisol finds hard to not take personally, especially when they say that no woman would do what she did and come up with the idea that she's actually a man in disguise. The three of them go on to meet with Peter who sides with Marisol as promised, but then Hugh states that he is unhappy with the choice of screenwriter and wants a change. Marisol is very insulted, though she likes the idea of getting a new director; however, Peter chooses Hugh over her because he makes the studio millions and he wouldn't be able to explain himself to the shareholders if he chose any differently. ("The Maid Who Knew Too Much")
Carmen runs lines with Trey when auditioning for Marisol's film. ("Much Ado About Buffing")
Re-writes to the film are done and casting calls are sent out, with Carmen Luna preparing to audition for the role of "Carmelita", the role based off her. Upon arriving at the audition, Trey directs Carmen where to go, first when she accidentally ends up in the group for auditioning for "Zelda", and next during the formal audition. Trey stands before Carmen, stating the lines of "Maria" for the scene Carmen auditions with; however, the in-real-life maid quickly finds herself struggling. First she misses her queue, and then she comes off as overly angry with no sexiness in the mix. Carmen stands up for herself, claiming to be "sexy as hell", but it's Trey who comes up with the idea for having her read lines for "Zelda" instead. Carmen is insulted by this and reveals herself as being the base of the character she is auditioning for, though it's of no use when director Hugh Metzger realizes this to mean that she knows Marisol Suarez, who he had a falling out with. As such, Carmen's audition fails. ("Much Ado About Buffing")
This is a gallery of photographic stills released to promote the character.