An important question that seems to have escaped the public discourse on reality television in general, and Real World in particular is whether or not the actions and decisions we’re watching unfold on the screen are a product of the individual’s personality (i.e.they are stupid) or the environment within which that personality is operating. Thomas,” the latest installment of the long-standing reality television series in which a group of young strangers squeeze together under one roof for three months to share their lives with a mass audience, has come under some criticism since it aired a few weeks ago.
Trey, in turn, felt smothered by her simultaneously and implicitly asked "for more" in his herky-jerky flirtatious response. Brandon starts to feel like an outsider, which is interesting because isn’t everyone still an outsider at this point?
He proceeds to detail suicidal thoughts in his journal and streak naked into the Jacuzzi hoping to incite Laura’s attention. I’d like to discuss some factors that may explain this ‘stupid’ series of behaviors, which, by the way, are not the most stupid things to inhabit the world of stupidity.
" What is particularly, annoyingly "stupid" about this crop of cast mates?
Well, within the first 24 hours of meeting and living with each other here’s what the St.
I have believed for a long time that the environment of the Real World makes people "stupid".