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REAL WORLD X!! Talk Back!!

Published at: July 2, 2001, 10:20 p.m. CST by staff

I am – Hercules!!

Before “Temptation Island,” before “Chains of Love,” before “Boot Camp,” “Tough Enough,” “Making the Band,” “Fear Factor,” “The Mole,” “Popstars,” “Big Brother,” “American High,” “Road Rules” and “Survivor” -- there was “The Real World.”

The one-hour debut of the 10th Anniversary edition of the show that kick-started all the reality weirdness blasts off tonight at 10 p.m. on MTV.

The good news is we get to see the Zeta-Jones lookalike Lori in heat, as she learns this episode she is rooming with Kevin. Kevin, we discovered in the casting special, has Lori’s number.

The bad news is we’ll have to wait till July 9 to catch up with Ellen, the Asian-American hottie who kept stamping her platform shoes and imploring Coral “to kiss my little baby ass.” Ellen will be back when the first “elimination” edition of “Road Rules” launches.

But back to tonight. Will there be drunkeness? Will there be nakedness? Will there be naked drunkeness?

What does TV Guide say?

The reality series' 10th season kicks off with the cast members navigating New York City's subway system on their way to their new digs, a brownstone in Greenwich Village. In addition to 18-year-old Rachel (who admits to being “very `mommified' ”), the group includes Mike, who hails from what he describes as “really white” Parma, Ohio; and Coral, a black Californian, who's quickly offended when Mike repeats a racially insensitive comment made by a relative. Rounding out the cast are Berkeley student Malik; Nicole, who arrives from Atlanta; and 21-year-old Lori, whose crush on housemate Kevin, a cancer survivor, becomes evident during the opener.

Take up valuable bandwidth with your predictions and reactions!!

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  • July 2, 2001, 10:28 p.m. CST

    Ugh....

    by Bizotch

    This show needs to DIE!!!!!!!

  • July 2, 2001, 10:48 p.m. CST

    The only redeeming value of the show

    by PurpleEyeScream

    is cast member Kevin, or at least I hope so. I had the chance to meet Kevin recently when spoke to kids at summer camp where I was a counselor. We both attend the University of Texas at Austin and are both cancer survivors(under the age of 24) so we seemed to have a lot in common and he was very sincere and cordial. Plus, I think Malik seems very interesting. The only two Real World seasons that I have actually enjoyed have been the first season in NYC and the 9th season in New Orleans, the others I pretty much hated with a passion. I'm hoping this season does not encite that.

  • July 3, 2001, 12:26 a.m. CST

    Borrrrrrrrrring.

    by wmilsten

    Does every Real(not very)world season include an angry black man, a racially incensitive white man or woman, a gay man, a bitchy woman and a woman with low self esteem? The show has never been real and will never be real until they figure out how to make TV cameras invisible and trick 6 or 7 people into moving-in together.

  • I can't imagine why anyone would waste their time watching this show. Do something for yourself instead.

  • July 3, 2001, 4:53 a.m. CST

    revamp this crap already

    by PowderKeg

    Puck was one of the most memorable characters one this show's run. Given, he was self aware of his over-the-topness which kind of cheapened it, but he was a fresh twist from the norm. They need to find more non-pretty people like him. Fuck all these pretty, silver spoon fed frat boys and beauty queens. Go take your environmental causes and dime a dozen websites, screenplays, recorded songs, and any other worthless aspirations and go get real jobs that rob you of your dignity or underpay you like the rest of us. Cry me a fucking river about "my issues are holding me back from really living!" while you sip a fucking hot toddy in your indoor jacuzzi in your free hip pad with the 6 other debutantes. Fuck you and the horse you rode in on.

  • July 3, 2001, 5:47 a.m. CST

    Cooler King, I agree

    by A Big Potato

    I absolutely agree with you, Cooler King. If anyone here can honestly say that they have never wasted away at least part of a Saturday or Sunday watching a Real World or Road Rules marathon, then you either 1) are an absolute liar, 2) take your life, and your television, waaaaaaay too seriously, or 3) have no cable. Everyone bitches and moans about how "unreal" and "fake" and "stupid" these shows are, and then everyone, at one time or another, ends up watching them. So lets all take a deep breath, calm down, and celebrate these shows for what they are, mindless, fun, and most importantly, entertaining, programs.

  • July 3, 2001, 6:11 a.m. CST

    It's better than Bands on the Run

    by Michel Delving

    Is there any way I can get a phantom edit of this season that will only show Lori and what's-his-cancer? Or just Lori? p.s. Fish tanks do not make a house "super cool". Every year we get a house with a big fish tank. I love fish tanks and have 2 but even I know they are 80's college dorm cheesy. p.s.s And don't forget, real world is still better than Bands on the Run - but road rules isn't.

  • July 3, 2001, 7:14 a.m. CST

    yeah ok, so

    by PowderKeg

    Sure I watch it. Sure I'd love to be on it. No I wouldn't really care to meet anyone from it. Its just that to call this show The Real World is like renaming The View to "The Man Show". Non-"beautiful" people would make this show MUCH MUCH MUCH more interesting. This show entertains me as much as it aggrivates me to the point where I just want to self implode through my own sphincter.

  • July 3, 2001, 7:37 a.m. CST

    I like em all, especially Tough Enough

    by A Big Potato

    Am I just a loser? Cause I like Bands on the Run too. Again, its just a fun, entertaining show. But in my opinion, the best reality program on the air right now would have to be WWF Tough Enough. Now, I'm not a wrestling fan in the least, but that show is great! Where else can you see people wrestle in the mud and get the shit kicked out of them. And how great was it when Darryl, the big, fat, black guy was getting ripped on by Tazz for not running. That was quality entertainment, if I do say so myself.

  • July 3, 2001, 8:09 a.m. CST

    Bands on the Run is like a train wreck

    by Michel Delving

    Okay, sure I watch Bands on the Run. I've seen it 3 or 4 times. I'm getting into it, and maybe it is better than real world. Bands on the Run is like a train wreck or a circus freak-show. It's ugly and scarry and you feel really sorry for the people but you just gotta look. The real world is just plain annoying. I watch real world to hate them, I watch bands on the run to laugh at how bad they are, or how bad VH1 messed up the live performances. Hey, why is it that you never hear them actually play a song? And when they do, it's always accoustic or the sound is so bad you can't hear the guitars, just drums and vocals? Bands on the run is an unknown monster, real world is all too well known. Where's the Bands on the Run talk back forum???

  • July 3, 2001, 8:20 a.m. CST

    How immature and naive can you be!?!

    by Jaka

    What the hell is wrong with you people? Look, I don't think the Real World is that great a show. In fact, I find myself feeling out of touch with Mtv in general more and more. AND! I'll admit that the houses they get to live in are WAY not real. But the people they choose, and the situations they deal with are very real. Do you honestly think that most of the country, and world for that matter, are not like this? A large part of this country believes in some sort of racial stereotype. And a large part of the country practice those beliefs. I mean, how many of you live in or near a large city? Particularly on the East or West coast. Because all of you need to realize that that is not what our country is like. It's what large cities on the East and West coast are like. But middle America ain't buyin' our plan. And for gays it may be even worse. Having to go so far as to hide your true self from your own family. So yes, I think that every year having a bumpkin white guy, a religious person who will ineveitably become more "enlightened" by the roommates then by their religion, a couple of ethnically diverse people (although I think that Mtv has lately focused too much on making their African American viewers happy - there are other ethnic minorities in America), and a couple of dumb-ass white folk who think they know it all is pretty close to the reality of our country. And beyond that, if you have ever watched any of the cast reunions you HAVE TO know that it's entertainment. Everyone always comments on how little of what happens is actually shown and how the show is edited to be entertaining. So relax, and enjoy. I am certainly more interested in RWX than Big Brother 2. Ya know?

  • July 3, 2001, 8:28 a.m. CST

    Oh yeah, hey rphilip377

    by Jaka

    What gayzilla said. I can't think of any better way to say it. I am a straight white male and I cringed when I read you post. People like you are the point I was trying to make in my last post. You are the reason why the Real World always has a gay cast member and they always have someone who is ignorant to the shit people in the gay community live with everyday. In the real world people are insensetive and brash and rude about things they don't understand. Pedro was a strong and giving person who even near death was trying to educate and stop hate. Perfect person to talk shit about, huh? And don't give me that I was talking shit about Mtv line. Statements like yours are why the Real World is cast the same way every year. If we stop behaving that way, the Real World will be about something else. But not until then. And Bands On The Run RULES!

  • July 3, 2001, 8:53 a.m. CST

    RE: Jaka

    by Slugworth

    Hmmmmm... where do I start. I currently live in DC, do I think that DC is more enlightened in about race relations and homosexuality than Wisconsin, where I grew up? No. The fact is the East Coast is much less enlightened than it would like to pat itself on the back for being. And "Middle America" (scoff) is more enlightened than it gets credit for being. As to rphilip377's comments. Though abbrassive and perhaps overly simplistic I can see where he is coming from. Now I understand that Pedro's plight did raise the consciousness of AIDS among MTV veiwers, but still a large part of me still cringes when I think about PEDRO'S DEATH brought to you by Apple Jacks, The Gap, and Blockbuster Video.

  • July 3, 2001, 9:26 a.m. CST

    Put some REAL PEOPLE on the Real World

    by -mrbean-

    I am just sick of the wannabe MTV VJs and loud mouth beauty queens that they put on The Real World. At least just once I would like to see a cast of real people and when are they ever going to cast a black man who doesn't fit a certain stereotype?

  • July 3, 2001, 9:57 a.m. CST

    Doesn't MTV stand for Music TeleVision???

    by funkyb

    Remember when MTV played music videos (in their entirety)??? Here's a crazy idea.. what if MTV aired Music Videos?? How absurd!! (And I'm sorry, but TRL does not count..)

  • July 3, 2001, 10:02 a.m. CST

    Bands On The Run

    by Harlow007

    I agree with everyone who is addicted to Bands on the Run. The show rules! These wanna-be rock stars and their enormous egos and antics slay me. Not too mention the pitiful drunken broads they pick up and sleep with in every town. My god, could you be any skankier? While the show is basically an hour long commerical for Alcoholics Anonymous, it still is a lot fun. And hopefully, the entire band of Flickerstick will meet some new and interesting people at Betty Ford.

  • July 3, 2001, 10:58 a.m. CST

    Bands on the Run amazes me...

    by Michel Delving

    Fine, Bands on the Run is addictive. But for all the wrong reasons. I mean, take a look at this show. Doesn't it amaze everyone that these are the bands they actually chose to do a show about. They suck! These are the worst sounding collection of dorks I've ever seen or heard. Every college town in the nation has atleast 1 really good band. How is it possible that VH1 came up with this level of non-talent? I could go to Seatle and randomly hit a better sounding/more-talented band with a rock while blindfolded. Where the hell are these guys from anyway?

  • July 3, 2001, 11 a.m. CST

    Gay one

    by RedX

    The virgin, never-seen-a-penis, white-headed chick is this season's token homosexual. She's hasn't admitted it yet, but I'd be willing to bet a large sum of cash that she is.

  • July 3, 2001, 11:48 a.m. CST

    Seattle hates the Real World!

    by Obi-Dan

    When they filmed in my hometown, the locals did a great job of fucking with the production. The Stranger, a local weekly newspaper, held a contest to see who could take a photograph that would most interfere with filming. At local bars, they handed out T-Shirts that said "Seattle Hates the Real World" and people would wear them and try to get in the shot. I know a guy that was a crew member and he said that the locals caused such a stink that the producers were going to actually work the spectacle into the edited show that airs. I was excited to see this, but alas when it aired all I saw was a bunch of whiny brats working at The End, a used-to-be alternative radio station that pretty much lost all credibility after this, picking fights on the AVE, working at an impossible-to-get job throwing fish at Pike Place and generally being lame. I didn't watch every episode, but I didn't see anything about the resitance to MTV from Seattleites. Did anyone else who knows the show better see that? It didn't surprise me, though. Like MTV would dare air anything that would put a chink in their "cool" image. I don't know what it's like now, but I'm sure MTV is still brainwashing adolescents to seperate them from daddy and mommy's cash. The last thing they want is for kids to think that anyone doesn't like MTV, the bastion of hip.

  • July 3, 2001, 11:59 a.m. CST

    re: Slugworth

    by Jaka

    First, thank you for responding in a polite manner that inspired me to respond. So, I agree that the East coast (and the West I'm sure) are less enlightened than they like to portray themselves. But, they do (as do many larger cities all over the free world) offer the chance for diverse groups to come together and be comfortable being themselves. Sometimes they are even allowed to create whole neighborhoods that allow them to pursue their interests and expand their culture. Which is something that can not, or maybe just does not, happen at this time in a large part of the country. So the people that live in those population centers get exposed to alternative lifestyles much more than people who do not live in these big cities. That's why there is so damn many movies about moving to the big city and being blown away by what you didn't know, and what you have to overcome. Next, while I have traveled a large part of the country and have seen a lot for someone my age, I do not profess to know any more than the next guy. I can only relate what I have seen. And what I saw of "middle America" was sad to me. I did not spend a lot of time in Wisconsin, so I mean no insult. But where did you live in Wisconsin? What was the population? Because really, I am referring to a place like Middle Of Nowhere, Nowhere(I am trying not to use a city or state specifically, work with me people)where people honestly do not get fed the same info that people in or near the larger population belts (which both the East and West coast are). And while I understand that there are ignorant assholes in all places, there just seems to be a lot of people in our country that are misinformed, or miseducated. Not uneducated. Miseducated. They are brought up with their communities beliefs and morals and just don't know about the same stuff as someone who spent their formative years in SF, LA, NY, NJ,PORTLAND, SEATTLE, BOSTON, CHICAGO, DC, etc. Because they are not exposed to it. Is it their "falt". Yes and no. There is nothing wrong with it. It's America and it's beautiful. It's freedom. However, I do think that all people should be treated with the same amount of respect until they have done you a disservice. And in A LOT of places in America that is still not the case. You will be judged, openly, by the color of your skin and your sexual or religious preferences. I feel that from what I have experienced, that's real. And if shows like the Real World can expose and educate, then that's awesome. If they had a bunch of NYC twenty-somethings on the NY Real World it would be boring anyway. Lastly,(and I know this is long, sorry) the corporate world is not going away. And if did, the world economy would fall apart. There is just too many people for word of mouth to reach everyone. There must be advertising. I think as consumers (of all things, including our entertainment) it is our responsibility to wade through the muck and find what has value. Find what is worth talking about and recomending to your friends and family. And in a very literal sense, I thought that how Mtv covered Pedro's situation was very touching and engrossing. It educated an enormous amount of people at a time when AIDS and HIV where still frightening and mysterious to a large portion of the general population. In fact, over the last ten years, Mtv has educated it's viewers about safe sex and aids. Gangs and the violence surrounding them. Firearms and the issues surrounding them. And they brought one, and now almost a second whole generation of American kids one step closer to understanding the importance of being involved in the political system. Not bad for a cable music video chanel (I do wish they would show more videos though. Spyder Games? Please.) Disclaimer: these are just my opinions. If anyone wants to discuss, cool. If you flame me, I will ignore you.

  • July 3, 2001, 12:14 p.m. CST

    I heard you warble back in 1982, lying awake intently tuning in

    by Boy Howdy

    For those of you who long for the early days of MTV, you are in good company. Early MTV broke rules, revolutionized television, and didn't care about scripting out coolness. MTV--good old MTV, which was cool just by being--is as dead as Freddie Mercury. Once you started with the MTV News with Kurt Loder and wormed your way up to such lameness as TRL, The 10-Spot, all those self-congratulatory "Hey, let's get a bunch of MTV producers and other lackeys to sit around and talk during a one-hour show in strained hyperbole about how cool and groundbreaking the Spring Break/Movie Awards/Video Awards were at the time, but don't, under any circumstances, let Weezer say the word 'Hashpipe' on the air, and cut out any reference by Cypress Hill to 'Pot'!" shows, you stopped being cool. Same thing with letting the Real World go on and on well after it was cool (if it ever really was). MTV's shameless self-promotion and repetitive crowning of itself as the very definition of "cool" is as unbearable to watch as the undignified ass-kissing "specials" about upcoming movies that MTV has been paid to promote.

  • July 3, 2001, 12:53 p.m. CST

    Yeah...

    by DigitalCoyote

    The show's dumb, and about as "real" as the Easter Bunny, but I'll probably catch an episode or two here and there if I've got absolutely nothing else to do. But what the hell, it's relaxing to take your mind off the hook every now and again and watch a bunch of people griping and complaining. And yeah, I'd be on it if the opportunity presented itself. 6 months, rent-free in truly bitchin' digs? Sure! Why not. As for the real-ness, remember, they record MILES of video tape, and all the episodes we see have all been edited down into bite sized 22 minute chunks after the cast have left the house, so they can focus on whatever they want. Real? Yeah, in a fashion. Is there any element of documentary about it? Nah! But who really cares? Not I.

  • July 3, 2001, 1 p.m. CST

    Damn it....I gotta wait for Ellen!!!

    by Terry_1978

    She's a mean ass character, but very easy on the eyes, so I think I'll still watch road rules(I think society's shallow ways are starting to influence me...bad Terry!)

  • July 3, 2001, 1:57 p.m. CST

    Jaka

    by Slugworth

    Okay, I gotcha. I think I was perhaps a little sensative, but at the same time I think you made over reaching generalization. When you say that Middle America is buying "Our Plan", it comes across as a bit elitist. It could very well be that there are pockets of Middle America that are more enlightened than your neighborhood. Perhaps you are not buying "Their Plan"? Now, I will grant you that my hometown, Madison, is probably a bit ahead of the curve in comparison to other areas of Middle America, but that is still missing the point. You have to be careful when making sweeping generalizations about a diverse minded group of millions of people whom you have never met. I'm reminded of the Simpson's episode in which Marge tells Homer that he shouldn't judge people that he has never met to which Bart chimes in "Yeah, thats what people in RUSSIA do!" As far as the Pedro issue, I totally agree with you. Granted, I find it offensive that such a tragic episode served to earn someone a down payment on a new Lexis. I will always think it is wrong for people to profit on human tragedy, but I truely think that this was one instance where the ends did justify the means. At the same time I do understand where the above posters cynicism comes from.

  • July 3, 2001, 2:07 p.m. CST

    Get Real

    by All-ighty Ollar

    I have seen some of the early episodes of the Real World and some in seasons 5-7. All I have to say is that this show is good, but not 10th season good. I think it has lasted too long.

  • July 3, 2001, 2:15 p.m. CST

    The really real world.

    by Loki930

    In my personal opinion...which is what counts...the "real world" sucks. It always has and it always will untill those blow-hards at Mtv get there heads out of there ass and start doing it right. Fisrt, don,t put these kids in a mansion and provide them with everything they could possibley need. Hell, don,t even give them a house. Let the seven of them find there own house. Second, make them go out and get jobs of there own. Mtv has always had jobs waiting for them when they got there....That ain,t real world. I ain,t gonna have any posh job waiting for me as soon as I,m done with school. I,m gonna have to go out and find and compete for one. Third, get some old people in there. The oldest person I ever saw on there was 25. How real is that? Put a couple of middle aged people in there. Some 40 or 50 year olds in a house with the college kids. Let,s see how they adjust to dealing with someone outside there age bracet. Fourth, get some ugly people on there. All the people on there now look like runners-up in beauty contest. Never any fat people or ugly people or midgets. How about the real world with a midget as part of the cast? Six college kids and a midget. Think the midget would be accepted by the house? These things would make the real world interesting again...unlike now. Wow, 7 college kids move into an already paid for house with easy jobs waiting for them and all they have to do is get along...can they do it...that,s dumb. It,s not real. That,s my opinion and I could be wrong....but I,m not ;)

  • July 3, 2001, 3:50 p.m. CST

    Real World New Orleans was good...

    by Yellojoe

    Well I just wanted to say that I had never liked the real world before the last season (new orleans) started. The people had great personalities, were actually smart, and were definatly not to bad on the eyes. Every season before that (well I didn't start watching it until like La or so) sucked very very bad. Hey, maybe this season will be as good as the lasts, but I doubt it because the people they picked are almost all fucking ugly well except that Lori girl...

  • July 3, 2001, 6:32 p.m. CST

    Hi Mike! 1985 here. Can I have my shirt back?

    by Oatu

    I was wondering what I'd done with it.

  • July 3, 2001, 7:39 p.m. CST

    ***out of **** This is going to rock!

    by Z0D

    I give the premiere 3/4 stars. You wanna know why? Because it is unscripted pure mayhem. And I don't care what you other posters think, because I believe all of you long to be in their shoes. I know I do. Most of you talk trash about MTV and how it has changed its market from thrashers to boppers. True, true. But the shows RW and RRules can show us how much there is to life instead of sitting on our asses, in front of a computer, and typing these meaningless words about something we are not associated with. Anyway.... I can tell you that just by looking at the preview trailer after the end, there is going to be hell to pay by everybody. I love conflict, because it shows me how different people really are. Lori is definately a sweetie. She must be Zeta-Jones' lost baby sister. Woohoo! Oh, for you xfilers, a rumor is going around that mentions David's worries about his movie career not moving forward (Evolution didn't do that good). He *might* come back. 99.9999% sure he won't, but whatever. He said "only if the script is good" ie in traditional xfiles way.

  • July 3, 2001, 8:16 p.m. CST

    Kevin, don't do it!!

    by reb55_0

    Lori will just use you and leave you wallowing in a deep, dark pool of self-loathing and disappointment......oh man did I say that out loud? whoops

  • July 3, 2001, 8:20 p.m. CST

    Aww man, I meant to delete that last post!

    by reb55_0

    Someone took over my keyboard it wasnt me I dont even watch the show I swear please forgive me!!!!!!

  • July 3, 2001, 9:29 p.m. CST

    real world rules!!

    by tonybickle

    i had something intelligent to say, then i smoked a j and forgot what it was. oh well. mtv sucks ass, the real world sucks ass, and if you watch this pile of shit channel, you suck ass, too. fucking tools. i'm actually developing a new reality program. Its called "my nuts in your mouth". i hope you enjoy it.

  • July 3, 2001, 10:21 p.m. CST

    From the network that dumbed-down music. . .

    by Hardyboy

    Did anyone pay attention to the soundtrack? When Blond Guy and Catherine Zeta-Jones Lookalike were talking about having a crush on each other, the soundtrack was playing that Uncle Kracker song about a guy fooling around with a married woman! What the hell? And wouldn't it have made more sense for Coral (kinda hot in a young Pam Grier way) to head to Ohio and kick the ass of Mike's racist uncle instead of burning Mike for REPORTING what his racist uncle SAID? Lord, this is going to be a long summer when I'm actually paying attention to stuff like this. . .

  • July 4, 2001, 7:20 a.m. CST

    I'll watch it

    by johnnyblaze

    woah....ur nuts in my mouth huh? hey, i dont know why i didnt think of that one before...its a great idea. ps...i think malik is the gay one.

  • July 4, 2001, 10:02 a.m. CST

    Right on CoolerKing; dorm life is real sh*t

    by Z0D

    Your words echo my thoughts exactly. Some people just don't understand that there is money to be made by creating conflict in certain situations, ie reality tv. People watch these shows because they are unscripted (dialogue-wise) and entertaining to watch. I personally see people learning from this show and identify with some of its people. And for those wippersnappers who have yet to graduate into the post-college real world, go to college and see for yourself how the show "The Real World" fits its bill. I personally lived in a dorm for 3.5 years, and it was pure unadulterated mayhem. You had 240 males/females in the dorm to live and deal with. I recommend all of you who are ready for college go, and experience what it's like to weave yourself into other people and society as a whole.

  • July 4, 2001, 12:12 p.m. CST

    Transexual castmember???

    by prins319

    I heard a rumor that Nicole, the black chica with the heavy make-up, is really a man. I wouldn't put it past Mtv. You know how they are always trying to have a gay person in the house to see how the house will adjust. I just hope the dude with the fro doesn't kiss him/her before he finds out.

  • July 4, 2001, 7:20 p.m. CST

    Response to Loki's comment

    by JakAuf

    Loki's comment: "Fourth, get some ugly people on there. All the people on there now look like runners-up in beauty contest. Never any fat people or ugly people or midgets. How about the real world with a midget as part of the cast? Six college kids and a midget. Think the midget would be accepted by the house? " They casted a fat girl in the London series and the rest of the cast ripped on her. But not in the blatant "I-think-you're-ugly-and-fat" way, but more in the subtle and snide mode of things. Guess if you AREN'T a runner up for a beauty contest, the rest of the "beautiful people" will hate you. Something about the show I've noticed is how the girls throw themselves at the "main guy" without the main guy having to do anything to deserve any sort of affections. All the guy has to do is be there and ---bam--- the girl is all over him. I noticed that in the Hawaii, New Orleans, and New York 2 series.

  • July 6, 2001, 11 a.m. CST

    More angry toughts from middle america.

    by Loki93078

    Having just caught the replay of the first "real world" new york. I must say that it sucks more than I originally thought it would. I really hope they turn the nice innocent looking white haired girl into a slut. I mean that would make it somewhat interesting. Drop the nice girl in new york with seven other people who have had sex, and from the way they act a lot of it, and have them turn her into a slut. Have carson come over and film trl there and while the videos are playing she can service him. Maybe then they,d play a whole video on that show. They would,nt be able to go back to carson...his pants aren,t on yet. This "real world" sucks just like all the other ones did. Another sugesstion for those ass-wipes at Mtv. Next year when you do another lame ass addition of the real world....drop these kids in middle america where everything isn,t right on there doorstep. Put these kids in the kansas farm country or for that matter here in ohio where I live. Not akron or cleveland or columbus or cincy...but Minerva. Yeah, that,s right, the real world season 11 from minerva ohio. That would be real. Or at least real-er than what they have now. Let these spoiled college bitches come to the middle of ohio and live and co-exist for 5 or 6 monthes with my town. We would chew there spoiled snobby asses up and spit them the fuck out. It,s the real world down here. No cameras and no way out. Those "real worlders" wouldn,t survive in my real world. Of corse I could be wrong...but I,m not ;)

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