Sunday, September 5, 2010
This is what happens when people stop being polite.
As you know, The Real World is the true story of eight strangers picked to live in a house work together and have their lives taped to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real. And Real did they get? This was SO dramatic, like, TNT dramatic (TNT: Very Dramatic). Ryan's brother and cousin, referred to by Ryan as "brother" and "cousin," respectively visit New Orleans for his brother/cousin. Before they arrive, though, the housemates want to have a house meeting about Ryan's behavior. But Ryan decides not to do that. They continually try to have a meeting with him, and he continually avoids it. Eventually they all corner him in his room. But, he somehow weasels his way out. Finally, Brother and Cousin show up and they have a gay ol' time. Because of recent events, the housemates decide to all go to a drug abuse class. Of course, Ryan shows up late. But wait, it gets worse. He is also drinking a beer at the class. Everyone is incredibly offended, but Ryan doesn't understand why. The rest of the housemates become more angry with him. One night, when Brother and Cousin are visiting, Ryan takes the car out, gets drunk, and forgets where he parked the car. Eric and Knight wait for Ryan to go find the car. Ryan tells them that he's parked parallel to the beach. They finally find it, perpendicular to the beach. Eric then gives us a very nice lecture about what parallel and what perpendicular mean. They also get a ticket and become even more angry. That night, Ryan, Brother and Cousin go out. They come back very late and everyone's asleep. Ryan's upset because no one answered the door for them. Eric gets so mad at him and chews him out. The next morning, the housemates try to have another meeting, but Ryan won't have it, again. They kind of just shout things at him as he walks by like, "You need to get a better attitude, or leave." He tells them that no one needs to like him and he doesn't care what anyone thinks. He then walks into the phone room and calls his brother to come pick him up. He's moving out. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! The rest of this season is going to be so great!