The Real World: Portland - Welcome to the Sh*t Show!

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I have a feeling the finale is going to have a ton of viewers with this episode and the preview for it.
Again, why didn't Jordan or Marlon forcefully take the hair dryer from Nia? She wasn't going to use it on them.
Spoke to soon. Avery is now trending. And of course there are tweets full of people rallying Nia's cause.
[QUOTE=Fresh Meat;347045]Yes, she went after Nia AFTER she knew damn well she'd be going after he boyfriend. Again, why didn't she confront her right then and there? I don't mind the sneak attack whatsoever. The Johnny attack was sweet justice for his constant berating and rudeness towards all of the females. Hell, he took it to another level when he poured some of his drink on her.[/QUOTE]Like Nia hasn't been rude. I don't know how a little splash of water equals behind bashed in the head with a blow dryer, but okay.
[QUOTE=Fresh Meat;347045] The Johnny attack was sweet justice for his constant berating and rudeness towards all of the females. Hell, he took it to another level when he poured some of his drink on her.[/QUOTE] Yes, and her "retaliation" to that was hitting him in the head. She then decided, after everyone had walked away, to pick up a WEAPON, hover outside of the door that she knew he was inside and then swing it at him right when he opened it. Yeah...totally justice for a little Monster spilled on her and calling her a gold digger.
I could see if Averey walked up and seen Johnny getting hit by Nia BUT she sat there and waited for Nia to actually do it when she knows Nia is crazy. If a guy was threatening to hit my girl with something and I had the ability to stop it before it even happened then trust and believe that I would. I'm sorry but she gets no sympathy from me.
[QUOTE=mph922;347048]Um, because Nia was holding a blow dryer with every intention to use? I'm 100% on Averey's side on that fight. I was nervous that all the talk of her "coming at Nia from behind" would look bad but **** no. Nia got what she deserved. I'm no advocate of violence but ****it if I didn't cheer when Averey lunged at her and yanked her hair out and started beating on her. It looks like she got some good hits in too. For what it's worth, I absolutely agreed with Nia in the beginning of the episode about not cleaning up Daisy's ****. It isn't really her responsibility, and I thought all 3 of them looked bad during that whole scenario. But I have zero sympathy for Nia about the fight. I say good for Averey. Nia just hit her boyfriend with a blow dryer. And if anybody sneak attacked anyone, it was Nia with that blow dryer after Johnny unknowingly opened the door to walk into it. Plus, Averey's right: Johnny couldn't do anything. And Nia was threatening to beat Averey's *** anyway so might as well jump in it.[/QUOTE] Um, exactly. She heard what Nia was saying about hurting Johnny, why couldn't she confront Nia and start the fight with her right there, without Johnny getting hit again.
[QUOTE=Calinks;347055]Spoke to soon. Avery is now trending. And of course there are tweets full of people rallying Nia's cause.[/QUOTE]Oh of course Nia's got a lot of fans. Many of them Bad Girls Club fans who think violence is cool.
I am curious to see if MTV puts out a statment or something of this on the website tomorrow.
[QUOTE=Fresh Meat;347060]Um, exactly. She heard what Nia was saying about hurting Johnny, why couldn't she confront Nia and start the fight with her right there, without Johnny getting hit again.[/QUOTE] Well my point was who's to say Nia wouldn't turn around and hit her with the blow dryer? ***** is crazy.
[QUOTE=Camille;347056]Like Nia hasn't been rude. I don't know how a little splash of water equals behind bashed in the head with a blow dryer, but okay.[/QUOTE] I was justifying Nia's attack in the bathroom, the blow-dryer was too much.
[QUOTE=Nightwolf;347043]So was that "Final episode of the Real World" in regards to Portland or the series?[/QUOTE] Series. If I were the Viacom CEO, I'd pull the show now, but all I can do is ***** at the next annual stockholder's meeting.
[QUOTE=Fresh Meat;347060]Um, exactly. She heard what Nia was saying about hurting Johnny, why couldn't she confront Nia and start the fight with her right there, without Johnny getting hit again.[/QUOTE]why start a fight? The first one who hits is usually gets the blame. Many people won't fight, until someone fights first. She was getting ready and said, if that beast attacks my man, I'm going after her. I don't get the controversy. I think Avery was fully justified. Why hit first? A blow dryer is not fair at all.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;347065]That makes you an even sicker human being.[/QUOTE] Agreed.
NIA BEAT THEIR ***. I haven't read the pages yet but i'm expecting A LOT of Nia hate so i'm posting this ahead of time: "I'm prepared to see a BUNCH if Nia haters strictly because she got into a physical fight. But I find it funny that CT is the fan favorite, yet he got into stupid fights & almost killed a man. Don't be a hypocrite just saying . Without Nia this would be the Johnny & Avery love show.. and no one wants to watch that. I just don't get you fans.. you can never be impressed. You hate Real World: St Thomas because there is no drama. And then hate this season because there is drama." ^-^
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The dog thing i see what johnny meant he just said it wrong.. If they all feed the dog which nia admits to overfeeding daisy, they all should have to help with the mess.. Dogs are great if you feed it constantly cuddle with it than say not my problem when it goes to the bathroom.. She admits to feedibg it junk which causes more messes so she should help too
[QUOTE=Camille;347068]why start a fight? The first one who hits is usually gets the blame. Many people won't fight, until someone fights first. She was getting ready and said, if that beast attacks my man, I'm going after her. I don't get the controversy. I think Avery was fully justified. Why hit first?[/QUOTE] She doesn't have to hit her. Just ask, what she was doing or planning to do. She could have easily put herself between them if she wanted to. Again, she heard Nia's claims to ****ing her boyfriend up.
[QUOTE=Bacchus;347038]This should be a matter for police and lawyers, not the cast. I'm personally outraged. If Johnny flattens Nia, he goes to jail. Thus, Nia has free reign to physically hurt and abuse him and Averey. It's unconscionable and completely facilitated by BMP. It's sickening.[/QUOTE] Seriously? It's a reality-tv show. Worse things have happen to members than getting their ***** whooped. I think the producers should have stepped in, but to say Nia should go to jail for what she did on a [I]television show [/I]in which the cast members willingly sign a contract agreeing to whatever harm may their way is over the top.
[QUOTE=fais54;347073]Seriously? It's a reality-tv show. Worse things have happen to members than getting their ***** whooped. I think the producers should have stepped in, but to say Nia should go to jail for what she did on a [I]television show [/I]in which the cast members willingly sign a contract agreeing to whatever harm may their way is over the top.[/QUOTE] A TV show contract may not violate state or federal law. That is "Contracts 101." No film permit from the City of Portland grants any license for producers to permit nor for cast members to perpetuate violence on another person without consequence of law.
[QUOTE=fais54;347073]Seriously? It's a reality-tv show. Worse things have happen to members than getting their ***** whooped. I think the producers should have stepped in, but to say Nia should go to jail for what she did on a [I]television show [/I]in which the cast members willingly sign a contract agreeing to whatever harm may their way is over the top.[/QUOTE] I agree. Muchhhhh worse happens on the Bad Girls Club.
[QUOTE=timster3;347070]NIA BEAT THEIR ***. I haven't read the pages yet but i'm expecting A LOT of Nia hate so i'm posting this ahead of time: "I'm prepared to see a BUNCH if Nia haters strictly because she got into a physical fight. But I find it funny that CT is the fan favorite, yet he got into stupid fights & almost killed a man. Don't be a hypocrite just saying . Without Nia this would be the Johnny & Avery love show.. and no one wants to watch that. I just don't get you fans.. you can never be impressed. You hate Real World: St Thomas because there is no drama. And then hate this season because there is drama." ^-^[/QUOTE] For what it's worth (and I can only speak for myself) but you never would have seen me cheering on CT after what he did to Adam. I'm still not fully a CT fan. I prefer him to Nia, sure, but he's no angel. Same for Abram for that matter.
[QUOTE=V1man;347067]Series. If I were the Viacom CEO, I'd pull the show now, but all I can do is ***** at the next annual stockholder's meeting.[/QUOTE] Dude, it's one fight. CT beat Adam's *** on the Duel & you weren't trying to pull the show then.....
[QUOTE=V1man;347077]A TV show contract may not violate state or federal law. That is "Contracts 101." No film permit from the City of Portland grants any license for producers to permit nor for cast members to perpetuate violence on another person without consequence of law.[/QUOTE] So would Nia get in trouble with the law or just BMP?
[QUOTE=Fresh Meat;347072]She doesn't have to hit her. Just ask, what she was doing or planning to do. She could have easily put herself between them if she wanted to. Again, she heard Nia's claims to ****ing her boyfriend up.[/QUOTE] Put yourself in her shoes. Do you HONESTLY think Nia was about to sit down and have a nice little chat about her feelings? NO ONE was going to be able to stop her from doing what she was gonna do. She already made up her mind. Plus, she has a penchant for taking household items and using them as weapons.
[QUOTE=TheKorean;347082]Dude, it's one fight. CT beat Adam's *** on the Duel & you weren't trying to pull the show then.....[/QUOTE] It the cumulative affect of cast/production stupidity (and my involvement in what happened during The Ruins) ... and, btw, Adam did contact me after that incident to discuss his legal options.

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