TV Review: Real World: Ex-Plosion

Even before it became a freshman course in shot-glass toasts and hot-tub three-ways, MTV'sThe Real World was never all that real. Since it debuted in 1992, it's been a fascinating look at performance, with the roommates choosing the roles they'll play: the bumpkin who's never had black friends, the party girl who's always crying, the brah with anger-management issues. Back when people were arguing about privacy and the Internet, that all felt prescient.  Read More...


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