This is your last chance to admit you still watch 'The Real World'

I feel the need to showcase this amazingly awful quote from last night’s episode of The Real World: Denver, made by totally-into-crunchy-guys-for-the-sake-of-plot-development cast memeber Colie:

"”I’m not going to stop myself from doing anything that my heart feels like doing, or my vagina feels like doing.”

Yeah. That’s verbatim. Thank you, Colie, for reminding me why I hate The Real World these days. And I’m not sure if you got the memo, but Adam, the dude who "quit" his "job" at Outward Bound for you, never really worked there. He’s an actor and they’re setting you up. Kisses!

Who still watches this shiz? And do you think a TV Watch on the new Road Rules: Viewers’ Revenge business that premieres on Tuesday would be a better idea than a TV Watch on Denver? We’re just wondering. Danke.


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  • Kat

    How ’bout neither? Surely there are tons of shows more worthy of a TV Watch! Any nominees?

  • jessica

    Is Adam really an actor?

  • J Free

    i think you should have an OC TV Watch, written by you. Oh….wait….

  • J Free

    in all seriousness, though, I would much rather have a TV watch for brothers and sisters than either of these shows. it is hard to choose between the two, because we honestly don’t know if Road Rules is going to be any good. I’m guessing no, in which case we might as well stick with the devil we know.

  • ADAM

    I quit watching just in time for THIS season. I’m now 31, and I feel like an idiot for having wasted the last 5 seasons watching. The last one worth watching was Hawaii.

  • Alisha

    Wait – they’re still airing Real World? I thought that ended 5 years ago? I vote on no more Real World TV watch – it’s just plain mean.

  • Ellipsian

    ADAM: I’m the same age as you, but I skipped a “Real World” or two in the past five years, so I’m not TOO ashamed that I’m hooked again! :)
    To address the topic at hand: “Road Rules” always trumps “Real World” (and for the record, the “RR vs. RW” challenges are always the ultimate winner), so go ‘head and TV Watch me some “Rules”, Annie. See ya next Tuesday.

  • RonMwangaguhunga

    I haven’t watched since Real World Seattle, and I’m pretty sad about admitting that too.

  • mike

    I haven’t seen rw in about three years except two hurricane episodes in Miami last season. No more TV Watch, please.

  • Jennifer

    The Real World has become nothing but a skankfest. Remember the socially concious days of Judd and Pedro? (I’m revealing my age here, I’m sure-I’ll be 30 in less than two months.) I haven’t enjoyed this show since the Seattle season, either. I tried watching the Austin season because I am from Texas, but it is by far the worst pile of manure season of the RW ever. Please, no more!!!

  • Paul

    I’m actually loving this season more than any since Chicago! Keep it going, TV watch!

  • Josh

    The first summer I had cable, “The Real World: New Orleans” was on. Having grown up in small-town Iowa, I had always pushed away any feelings I had that I might be gay. Suddenly, there was this handsome, masculine gay guy on TV who didn’t fit the stereotypes that I was frightened of becoming. “The Real World” helped me come into acceptance with myself.
    It was more than just relating to someone though. Issues of race were present with the minorities, and even rarer for “The Real World” were the issues of faith presented by a straight-edge Christian and by a Mormon. There was no shame in enjoying the series.
    But then a couple seasons later, I tried tuning into the Las Vegas edition. Sadly, it didn’t even feel like the shame show, but yet another example of society at its worse. Perhaps growing up in small-town Iowa, I just couldn’t relate to the sexscapades and drama. I love the drama in soaps, but when it comes to real people, it’s just pathetic. I didn’t tune into episode two.

  • aramis

    This show is the one that started it all. You know what I’m talking about. America’s craving – not mine – for poorly edited, mind-numbing, “REALITY” (big air quotes there!) television. This show was also the begining of the end of a once great, youthful, rebellious MUSIC! network. Now its moniker has changed to fit the type of people who watch this show still: morons. MTV=MORON TeleVision. What happened MTV? What happened that allowed you to forsake that which gave you power? That which entertained? That which you still FEIGN to be your key to existence?
    Really, inquiring minds want to know.

  • brandonk

    I wouldn’t watch it if I had MTV, which I don’t, cuz it’s a waste of programming space.

  • el duderino

    for your convenience, here is your new RW Watch form:
    1. (name) got way too drunk and
    – said something racist/sexist/incomprehensible
    – hooked up with a castmate/a stranger/a hobo/a mermaid (merMAN!)
    – puked/bled/lit something or someone on fire
    2. (other name) cried because
    – housemate hit her/screamed at her/looked at her/didn’t look at her/reminded her how little her parents loved her
    – random girl left him/said she loved him/stole his weed/turned out to be random guy
    – it was raining
    3. next week, the cast will
    – go to their fake jobs
    – quit their fake jobs
    – repeat steps one and two
    – repeat steps one and two in a foreign nation thanks to STA Travel!
    you’re welcome. no offense, but RW Watch is like Paint Drying watch – no writer can make this subject interesting.

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