The Real World: Ex-Plosion - San Francisco (2013) - The Ex-odus

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The Real World: Ex-Plosion - San Francisco (2013) - The Ex-odus

Brian reaches his breaking point after losing Jenny.
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Cory looks like an even bigger idiot watching the last 5 min of the last episode

Here we go... Finale time

Sad it's the final episode :( . One of my favorite seasons yet.

Brian kicked Cory because Cory was about to beat him up... wtf. I hate the originals.

Cory couldn't get a punch in on someone sitting down in the corner with no real way to defend himself. He blocked his punch with his one hand haha.

Honestly, I'm ready for this season to be over. It was very good in the beginning and the middle but now I feel like it's dragging on. It's almost a chore to watch now.

Still ain't worked on those anger issues, Cory?

Youssarian;399621 wrote:

Honestly, I'm ready for this season to be over. It was very good in the beginning and the middle but now I feel like it's dragging on. It's almost a chore to watch now.

I simply disagree because a good show has a beginning a middle and an end and this is one of them even if it's reality television. At least it's not like HIMYM. Now that is a cause for concern.

Anyway, Cory has some nerve talking **** about Brian to Jenny, calling her HIS sloppy seconds. How does Brian dick taste Cory?

Moving on from there why is Jay in Jenny/Cory's conversation when he is the same joke that said Jamie needed to mind her own business.

And Thomas can GTFO And Stephen (the twin) can come on in.

Nostalgic;399624 wrote:

I simply disagree because a good show has a beginning a middle and an end and this is one of them even if it's reality television. At least it's not like HIMYM. Now that is a cause for concern.

I'm not denying that this season has a beginning, middle, and end...? I'm just saying the end isn't as good as the beginning and middle.

Cory was mad at how Brian was talking to HIM? Cory is a complete moron

Youssarian;399618 wrote:

Brian kicked Cory because Cory was about to beat him up... wtf. I hate the originals.

Cory beat Brian up? Let's not have a Portland redux man. There's no way in hell we'll ever know because this not what this season is or rather after tonight was about.

Youssarian;399626 wrote:

I'm not denying that this season has a beginning, middle, and end...? I'm just saying the end isn't as good as the beginning and middle.

I'm aware of that Youssarian but you already know how I am when I get a good season of the Real World. I'mma pull a SD2 Ashley and say that "I fall for a season and fall hard".

I don't know if Brian's meant to be portrayed as a villain or something, but I find myself rooting for him in every situation.

He's my favorite cast member this season despite everything.

I'm done with this season bring on challenge, but iw ill say i have never seen someone talk about fighting and beating someone up as much as Cory without actually throwing a legit punch

Go home and take your gauges with you, Jamie.

Cory is an Idiot. YOU started that whole mess with Brian YOU were the one talking ****. I hope Brian kicks him in the balls. And Jay needd to mind his own buisness. I don't care if he broke up the fight in the Van.

Jay needs to sit his behind down over there laughing and instigating right along with Thomas.

RealCynic;399633 wrote:

Go home and take your gauges with you, Jamie.

uh-oh. *packs his bags right along with Jenny*

So exactly what reason does Cory have for all this trash she is talking?

He wants to kick Brian's ***. Okay? Brian asks what inner demons he has. Ckrg says none. Yet he admits he has been holding anger back for a long time, yet he has no inside conflicts?

The heck is this guy's problem?

I love how Brian is psychoanalyzing Cory. I think that's why I like Brian. He at least seems like somewhat of an intellectual, while Cory acts like a caveman.

major zing, someday you can use these words too haha

Men and their egos. Cory was never going to do anything.

And what was Cory saying to Jenny? Is he saying that he cared about Jenny and since Brian moved in their relationship changed? Well obviously, she has her insecure boyfriend who isn't going to be cool with her being friends with Brian. Cory is so immature.

I'm with Jamie on making it last with Thomas. Just don't pull a Dave/Cara lor you'll end up eliminated second from your season right along with Danny and Melinda and her colored line.

Jay that was actually funny with what you said because I was actually thinking the exact same thing in the Ex-otic Encounters episode.

Ew, Jay, don't encourage Jamie's nosiness...

Jay you didn't tell her anything, she found out form 3rd parties about everything you were lying about

Camille;399641 wrote:

Men and their egos. Cory was never going to do anything.

And what was Cory saying to Jenny? Is he saying that he cared about Jenny and since Brian moved in their relationship changed? Well obviously, she has her insecure boyfriend who isn't going to be cool with her being friends with Brian. Cory is so immature.

Right. And Jay's overlap in the promos for the previous episode and this episode airing right now is an indication of that.

I never got the sense Tom was really into Jamie. I just think she was convenient. I got the sense he just settled for her for the show. I think they are still together, but I can see them breaking up after the show is done airing.

Thomas isn't all that bad now that i think about it so far tonight but come on now be a man. Don't give into any and every thing. Like it's no wonder Hailey did what she did.

That "Literally" promo for Free Agents is the best Challenge Promo I've ever seen. I've always been so annoyed by how often they misuse the word. It tramples over my literary OCD.

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