Real World Hollywood: Greg Halstead

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lmao..wow.
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[quote=LocaCola;13280]I have to say, I think those moobs are photoshopped. They were looking mighty untoned during the last episode.[/quote] You're right....they DO look photoshopped!!!
[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v491/ddgarner/g01B.jpg[/IMG] There are clear indications in several locations in this image that photo retouching software was used. It doesn't take a rocket scientist (or graphic artist) to see most of the alterations.
below it looks way too smooth., liek its not even his.. why would he photoshop his moobs though?
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[quote=Brooklyn;13296]below it looks way too smooth., liek its not even his.. why would he photoshop his moobs though?[/quote] Quite simply...because he's a[I] CREEP![/I] :D
[quote=V1man;13295][IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v491/ddgarner/g01B.jpg[/IMG] There are clear indications in several locations in this image that photo retouching software was used. It doesn't take a rocket scientist (or graphic artist) to see most of the alterations.[/quote] AHHHHHHHHH!!!! Oh, I'm sorry. The extreme close-up just scared me a little. I just find it interesting how his chest looks in that picture vs. how it looks in the hot tub and in all the tight wifebeaters he wears. In the last episode, his moobs were a lot less muscular than they are here. Either this pic is photoshopped, or it was taken quite a while ago.
[SIZE=3][FONT=Calibri]Greg is probably reading this thread thinking we are all a bunch of peasants as he repeats “woe is me, I’m the chosen one” in his best Eyore voice. [/FONT][/SIZE]
I have totally reversed my opinion of Greg this season. He went out of his way to make Kim and Bri make up, he apologized to Dave when Dave was hitting him in the face with a newspaper, etc. I think Sarah, just like us, didn't care for what she saw he had written and stuff on the internet, and I think she had a lot of influence with the other housemates in not liking him from the jump. JMO. ;)
[quote=Katiedid;13575]I have totally reversed my opinion of Greg this season. He went out of his way to make Kim and Bri make up, he apologized to Dave when Dave was hitting him in the face with a newspaper, etc. I think Sarah, just like us, didn't care for what she saw he had written and stuff on the internet, and I think she had a lot of influence with the other housemates in not liking him from the jump. JMO. ;)[/quote] You're on crack (and I say that in the nicest way.) This guy has serious issues. I just have to read his illogical machinations a few pages back to figure that out. I highly doubt the rest of the cast needed the word wide web to tell them that....It seems that everyone who has actually met him (Hint-Hint: That is not you Internet peoples) think he's an *******.
Hey now, I thought we werent going to direct insults at each other on this board! ;)
[quote=Katiedid;13578]Hey now, I thought we werent going to direct insults at each other on this board! ;)[/quote] Well, if you read the rules carefully - there are [URL="http://vevmo.com/f56/real-world-hollywood-ep-6-panties-pranks-thieves-1724/index25.html#post13208"]clearly marked exceptions[/URL]. :D
you guys are hella biased against Greg. Ok you met him and he rubbed you the wrogn way. We get that but to the average viewer that is watching the show it looks like Greg, although cocky as hell seems like the most normal character in the house. How you gonna say (or whoever said it) that Greg was abusive by telling Reva not to talk to the girls? Kim talked to some girls and ran them off from Dave, Reva ended up talking to the housemates and they ended up convincing her to hook up with Will in the confessional. (I think that was staged for the show by the way, any other dude would have just walked into the confessional, Greg just opened the door halfway got it slammed in his face and didn't attempt to go back in there). I kind of wish the moderators would but their bias towards greg to the side and just comment on whats on the show.
[quote] I kind of wish the moderators would but their bias towards greg to the side and just comment on whats on the show.[/quote]...but I [I]am[/I] commenting about what is on the show! There is just nothing about this guy I remotely like although I think he has a crush on me - and daddy don't play that game. :no:
I understand where people are coming from on hating him, and I was all geared up to hate him before the season even started because of the whole peasants, etc stuff. But actually watching the show, I just find myself liking him. As much as he distances himself, I thought it showed the sign of a decent person to intervene with Bri and Kim and get them to make up. And when Dave was smacking his face, he could have been a typical RW cast member and blown it out of proportion and gone crazy, but he just shrugged it off and took the higher road to apologize. Plus he's kind of funny in a clueless type way. I dunno, he's as flawed as anyone, but I just don't personally see enough reason to hate the guy.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13611]you guys are hella biased against Greg. ... I kind of wish the moderators would but their bias towards greg to the side and just comment on whats on the show.[/QUOTE] I'm not a mod here, but there are enough people commenting on every episode. We all saw it the same episode, so I find little personal values talking about it. Others may differ. Personally, I prefer to dig deeper, to discover the cast says to their friends about things that happened, or what the producers think, or why, for example in tonight's episode it is Fletch who comes out from production to talk to Greg. Why her and how in Van Nuys did she have to talk to before entering the cast area. Entering the house on camera is about as big a deal as there is on TRW. Why did they cut tonight's trailer the way they did? That's the kind of stuff that interests me.
ok since you know so much then tell me this, if this wasn't staged then how come Greg just didn't walk into the confessional when he opened the door. Anyone would have just walked in if some chick they were messing with was in the room with another dude. This has to be a set up.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13722]ok since you know so much then tell me this, if this wasn't staged then how come Greg just didn't walk into the confessional when he opened the door. Anyone would have just walked in if some chick they were messing with was in the room with another dude. This has to be a set up.[/QUOTE] I'll ignore the first part of your first sentence and deal with the rest. I can't tell you it was not a setup, but perhaps you didn't notice that Will moved to block the door with his body. As to why Greg didn't attempt to force the door at that point, you will have to ask Greg. There is a great deal about this episode that doesn't ring true to me. I look forward to watching it tomorrow in the editing bay to she the technical aspects of the edit. They always tell a lot about any show as any film school grad will tell you.
No, I noticed that Will closed the door on Greg but ANY GUY would have tried to go back in the room to see what the hell was going on. This show seems staged to me. For some odd reason I thought you were a mod.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13726]No, I noticed that Will closed the door on Greg but ANY GUY would have tried to go back in the room to see what the hell was going on. This show seems staged to me. For some odd reason I thought you were a mod.[/QUOTE] I take your point, but I think I'd insert the word "normal" between ANY and GUY in your first sentence. There are other factors to consider. Greg was followed up the steps by a camera crew, so he knew there were eyes closely on him. By this time, he already knew that he was on thin ice with production over missing two job-related appointments. I don't think he was ready to push the boundaries further. Secondly, the confessional is not that large of a room. The simple opening of the door the slightest amount should have made it abundendently clear what was going on. There is that certain smell that is a dead give away. I remember it all too well from college dorm life many years ago. There are many, many times I've accused BMP of using a soft script (just no dialogue) in many of their reality productions. My gut tells me this is not one of those credible events.
Sorry didn't mean to upset the 'I hate Greg' fan club. *edited post*
One way to sidestep a discussion is to move elsewhere in time. You've now gone back to episode five which is what Greg's Youtube.com link resolves to. I think most of us have been there and moved forward. In fact, as of Thursday, May 29th, there has not been a post in the Episode 5: "Music and Messes" thread in the past a week. Personally, I'm looking forward to next week's episode. I'll leave rear-view mirror commentary to others.
[quote=stuartscott;13739][URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdNooItyS-E&feature=related"]YouTube - Real World Response Video Ep.5[/URL] Greg's blog. Hate all you want but he makes the most sense.[/quote] I get enough Greg on the show, but thanks anyways. ;)
[quote=V1man;13740]One way to sidestep a discussion is to move elsewhere in time. You've now gone back to episode five which is what Greg's Youtube.com link resolves to. [/quote] WTF are you talking about me sidestepping a discussion? I made my point about you guys being biased against Greg and we both agreed (or agreed to disagree) about the part about the scene in the confessional being staged so I'm moving on from the topic. I just posted this because I thought it was interesting. That's all man. Geez, I'll edit my post and delete it to make you happy kind sir.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13744]WTF are you talking about me sidestepping a discussion? I made my point about you guys being biased against Greg and we both agreed (or agreed to disagree) about the part about the scene in the confessional being staged so I'm moving on from the topic. I just posted this because I thought it was interesting. That's all man. Geez, I'll edit my post and delete it to make you happy kind sir.[/QUOTE] One minute we are in the middle of an interesting discussion about Greg not "manning up" in episode 6 by not barging into the confessional to claim his property (Reva) and your next post goes back to episode 5 addressing an entirely different subject. I saw it as sidestepping. You might better have put in in the Episode 5 thread where the context would remain relevent... Don't get thin-skinned on me now. We were just beginning to get somewhere interesting.
the point was already made. I thought it was staged, you (i think) thought it was staged too, what else is there to talk about it? I didn't think there was a right or wrong so no need for me to sidestep. I could have posted it in episode 5 but instead I posted it in 'Greg Halstead's' topic since it is about Greg Halstead and what he thinks of the RW cast.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13747]the point was already made. I thought it was staged, you (i think) thought it was staged too, what else is there to talk about it? I didn't think there was a right or wrong so no need for me to sidestep. I could have posted it in episode 5 but instead I posted it in 'Greg Halstead's' topic since it is about Greg Halstead and what he thinks of the RW cast.[/QUOTE] Fair point. I was far from finished, but if you are then we move on... Please don't use "WTF" again. It's insulting and Sarah may be offended if she is reading this. ;)
[quote=V1man;13730] There are many, many times I've accused BMP of using a soft script (just no dialogue) in many of their reality productions. My gut tells me this is not one of those credible events.[/quote] I got lost on this sentence, so were u saying you thought it was edited...and I don't think Greg being on thin ice was a reason for him not to push open the door to see what was going on. I thought it was staged and he didn't push the door open to add the mystery of what happened up there for the show because like u said, any normal guy would have been curious to know what was going on. The only reason he may have not tried to get in there was b/c Greg just seems like the non confrontational type (a friends argument, not mine) I have also have heard that if the camera crew misses a fight between cast membeers that they tell them to re-enact the fight.
[QUOTE=stuartscott;13750]I got lost on this sentence, so were u saying you thought it was edited...and I don't think Greg being on thin ice was a reason for him not to push open the door to see what was going on. I thought it was staged and he didn't push the door open to add the mystery of what happened up there for the show because like u said, any normal guy would have been curious to know what was going on. The only reason he may have not tried to get in there was b/c Greg just seems like the non confrontational type (a friends argument, not mine) I have also have heard that if the camera crew misses a fight between cast membeers that they tell them to re-enact the fight.[/QUOTE] I only know of one confirmed instance where something was re-enacted due to a camera failure. It was an Outward Bound thing during the Denver season and not particularly substantive. I don't see this thing as staged. I just don't think Greg was prepared to deal with what was behind door #1. He may have been thinking ahead to how he would spin it for the rest of the cast and visitors, as he later seemed to do. Greg was probably simply being "Greg." I would not have gone through the door myself unless I was prepared to have the on-camera 2-1 on the floor of the confessional without benefit of the Las Vegas seaon hot tub for a little cover... I'm a product of the pre-aids '60s though, when life was a Hell of a lot more interesting, and I would have been tempted.
[QUOTE=V1man;13751]Greg was probably simply being "Greg." I would not have gone through the door myself unless I was prepared to have the on-camera 2-1 on the floor of the confessional without benefit of the Las Vegas seaon hot tub for a little cover... I'm a product of the pre-aids '60s though, when life was a Hell of a lot more interesting, and I would have been tempted.[/QUOTE] He said himself in his little blog that thye could have ran a "choo-choo" (his word not mine) on her had he known that Will had already hit that.
[quote=Katiedid;13628]I understand where people are coming from on hating him, and I was all geared up to hate him before the season even started because of the whole peasants, etc stuff. But actually watching the show, I just find myself liking him. As much as he distances himself, I thought it showed the sign of a decent person to intervene with Bri and Kim and get them to make up. And when Dave was smacking his face, he could have been a typical RW cast member and blown it out of proportion and gone crazy, but he just shrugged it off and took the higher road to apologize. Plus he's kind of funny in a clueless type way. I dunno, he's as flawed as anyone, but I just don't personally see enough reason to hate the guy.[/quote] I am Officially declaring that I love you, if you ever need a spare kidney or anything like that you know who to talk to...

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