And while this makes us sound horribly misogynistic, it’s really just that these two get little to no time in the first episode, what with all the gay, transgender, sexual ambiguity going on.
We’re not going to watch the new , but we will say it’s had a real commitment to putting a human face on the LGBT community.
Here, you can see Chet reuniting with Devyn, Baya, and JD as they are among the first to arrive.
Ryan and Scott showed up later to pose for an awkward family photo.
Fortunately for us, Chet makes willful self-delusion entertaining and fun, and the producers have clearly decided Chet’s here to make us larf.
We get scene after scene of all the other boys and girls in the house talking about Chet’s pink clothes, skinny jeans (“You left your balls in the sink, man! And then Ryan explains that he’s neatly divided his life between Iraq and America, but also mentions in the same breath how a service buddy of his had just killed himself because he was unable to deal with the post-traumatic stress and it’s at this point that we remind ourselves that Generation Y, or whatever you want to call it, is hardly the materialistic, fame-obsessed vacuous non-entity that some older generations we will not mention here try to depict us as.
The Real World: Brooklyn Reunion premiered on April 1, 2009, following the premiere of the season finale.
Baya wants to be a dancer, she says, but from the way she dances, we’re not sure she doesn’t mean she wants to be an exotic dancer.
The third season of the show featured Pedro Zamora, who died of AIDS mere hours after the final episode aired, and who basically, taught the country what it was like to have the disease.
The decision to put Katelynn on the show is as courageous a decision as Katelynn’s decision to be on it.
He also pretty much spends all of his time in the gym.
I don’t mean at home, but here, in the Real World house.