The Real World: St. Thomas - Who Done It?

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So, Marie starts ish, but tells Robb to go finish it? Marie is a terrible individual and Robb is her puppet. Both are idiots. And to go around spreading rumors about people to strangers is low.
Marie definitely bothers me. Swift isn't totally crazy with how he gets upset over her but he handles it like a fool too so it's hard to defend him. All of the men in the house seem very weak right now. Swift seems to openly engage women but doesn't want to confront men. Robb lets anyone talk to him anyway and lets people manipulate him, Marie most of all who accuses him of letting people manipulate him. Trey has his crazy control freak insecurity stuff with his girls. Brandon has been looking the best lately since he put that pity party stuff behind him. Haha at "You went to church?" "Yea." "On purpose?"
Marie screwing Robb over again!?
Looks like Latoya attempts to put Marie in her place next week. Lets hope that's the case.
Uh oh. I think I might just tune into this season again. I just caught this episode by luck. This episode was decent and next episode is looking good too.
I love Marie! She may be one of my favorites ever.
Ugh, Swift. I love how he was all "I'm gonna act professional at work" and then does the exact opposite. What a tool. And he's kind of an ***. Calling Marie out for gaining weight. What a girl. I totally understand what Marie means when she is talking to Robb about how he acts like a "*****". I think she goes about it in the absolute wrong way, but in essence I think she's telling him that he just lets people walk all over him. Including her. And Trey said like two words this entire episode, and I still found myself saying "Shut up, Trey." But next week: No!! I don't think my heart can handle any type of Marie/Latoya fight. Not to mention, I don't think it can handle watching Robb getting all sad again.
[QUOTE=wutzrenzi;315626]Uh oh. I think I might just tune into this season again. I just caught this episode by luck. This episode was decent and next episode is looking good too.[/QUOTE] The season has been getting better. The early episodes were more of a build up for later in the season and not stand alone episodes.
[QUOTE=Calinks;315623]Marie screwing Robb over again!?[/QUOTE] That's her Modus Operandi. As much as she tries to put on a front, she's not happy inside. Robb got caught up in her emotional/mental baggage web and can't get himself out of it. Again, if she's not happy, no one else around her can be. -Dr. Jase1
Man, I can't stand Marie or Robb. They were my favorites during the first few episodes but now everybody's roles have flip flopped, except for Trey, I still don't like the guy. Swift did start most of the drama, overreacting at LaToya's laughing, but I still feel like he was being attacked most of the episode. Robb is just a huge pushover and I've been hoping he would stand up to Marie the last few episodes, but he's whipped as hell. Marie is just a mess though and I can't take her seriously. Did anybody else feel like the whole role playing at work was unnecessary? Making Swift the animal and Marie the master... some slight racial undertones there
[QUOTE=lemd3;315633] Did anybody else feel like the whole role playing at work was unnecessary? Making Swift the animal and Marie the master... some slight racial undertones there[/QUOTE] Pretty sure they were taking turns...
I turned on Marie's Ustream just now and she's legit sitting on camera rolling a joint.
Did anyone read the tweets between Marie/Toya/Swift last night? They were going IN on each other.
I don't think Marie is a bad person. 1) She's a NYer. 2) A college girl. Add those together, and you just get a young-twenty-something who is just trying to have fun. Look at it this way too - this is a cast of non-partiers (which I like for a change!). If Marie was among some of the Vegas cast (either one) or the Challenge people...would she really stick out that much? Highly doubtful. Trey still sucks. Swift is SUCH A TOOLBOX. That whole "I'm going to be professional at work" - what a clown. I thought Swift was being reeeeally immature the entire episode last night. Once this season got past all those relationship storylines, it actually turned out to be pretty good, right? I really like this cast, overall. I also feel for Robb. He doesn't know what he wants, he's young, kinda stuck on a girl - he's a good guy, it seems.
Ugghh Marie is THE WORST
How can anyone hate on Marie, there would be no show without her.
[QUOTE=ILoveRW;315689]How can anyone hate on Marie, there would be no show without her.[/QUOTE] Agree! She has a lot to learn, who who the **** didn't at Twenty-whatever-the-hell-she-is. That's what this show is about. I'd totally slam a couple beers with her.
Umm maybe because she's an instigating, immature, wishy washy, hypocritical witch. (to put it nicely). Sure it makes for great tv but not so much a great human being. I think as people we are always growing. She doesn't have to have it "all figured out"; who among us does? But whatever learning curve there is she is certainly falling behind. I don't know maybe I'm just getting older but I am tired of this attitude which seems to bleed from people her age over from reality tv personalities which preach "I say what I want and if you don't like it too bad!", "That's how we do things in [insert hometown here]" (which I've NEVER heard anyone in real life proclaim) and "I'm all about the money!" (things she's said on the show and on Twitter) I don't know maybe I'm old, out of touch or both but this particular generation of reality tv personality seems to come out of the womb fluent in commonly used catchphrases. I used to think it was just played up for cameras but then you see them on Facebook and Twitter with the same attitudes with thousands of friends/followers with the same attitudes, way of speaking. I think Marie herself said it best, she probably should've been on the Bad Girls Club. I am not advocating violence but at least on BGC her attitude would be embraced and there would be a remote possibility some sense was knocked into her. Again - I know I am getting old but I am not THAT old.
[QUOTE=ILoveRW;315689]How can anyone hate on Marie, there would be no show without her.[/QUOTE] I find Marie to be extremely trashy, the kind of person who thinks she's the most beautiful, cool, funny, and amazing person to hang out when in reality, she's condescending, only cares about herself, and thinks that everyone should be paying attention to her. Being from Long Island and in my very early 20s, I've known a lot of people like her. She reminds me of a bunch of girls I went to high school with who want all of the attention and think that they can't have a good time without consuming a ton of alcohol.
When I was in my early 20's I still wasn't rude as hell to people all the time and I didn't tolerate that amongst my friends either. Hell I went after my brother for being exceedingly rude on one occasion. I can't stand that kind of blatant disrespect. Youth isn't an excuse for flat out poor behavior.
This episode was decent...most of this cast is starting to irk me. Brandon and Latoya seem to be the only tolerable ones in that house.
[QUOTE=Calinks;315843]When I was in my early 20's I still wasn't rude as hell to people all the time and I didn't tolerate that amongst my friends either. Hell I went after my brother for being exceedingly rude on one occasion. I can't stand that kind of blatant disrespect. Youth isn't an excuse for flat out poor behavior.[/QUOTE] YES! ^^^ This!!
[quote][B]Rob With Two Bs[/B] (Real World, Connor), 43 Points: Robb has problems. Problems that he deals with by drinking every single night (8 points), arguing with people (5 points), burning himself, and punching himself in the face. (Like, for real — he punches himself in the face.) His roommates were concerned about this and decided to make history by staging the first Official GRTFL Intervention (30 points): Brandon: “We just wanted to have, like, a guy conversation, you know what I mean? Just something that the fellas wanted to sit down and talk about. And we wanted to do it before any liquor was in your system ... ” Rob With Two Bs: “You want to talk about my drinking, right? Brandon: “No.” Rob With Two Bs: “Then me hurting myself?” Brandon: “Yes.” You know you have serious issues when you friends stage an intervention and it takes you two guesses to even figure out what they are intervening about. [B]LaToya[/B] (Real World, Kang), 25 points: Writing this column isn’t easy — sometimes you have to make tough decisions that will hurt people. For example, this week in the middle of an argument (5 points), Swift claimed a previous, off-camera act of coitus with his roommate LaToya. An act of coitus that LaToya then denied. The difficult question I face is: Should LaToya be awarded fraudulent-denial-of-coitus points? Or should Swifty be awarded fraudulent-claim-of-coitus points? I'm sure that President Obama deals with this kind of conundrum all the time. Like anyone faced with a difficult judgment call, I intently listened to each argument, carefully reviewed the evidence, and made a sound decision I was positive was the right call. Oh wait, no I didn’t, I just said she was lying (20 points) because, you know, I had a hunch. [B]Swift[/B] (Real World, House), 10 points: Swift got in two verbal fights this week (10 points). One of them was because he spazzed out when his roommates jokingly questioned his sexuality. Violently lashing out over a gay joke at your expense is not going to do much in terms of convincing people of your heterosexuality. Just saying. [B]Marie[/B] (Real World, Simmons), 5 points: There is nothing worse than girls that like to see you fight. I once knew this chick (‘sup Jen from Queens) that used to always come over to me at parties and tell me about how so-and-so said they don’t like me and try to get me in fights all night. For the life of me I can’t fathom what she enjoyed about this, but she really loved writing checks that my face had to cash. Marie on the Real World is one of those girls. Check out this exchange: Rob With Two Bs: “I’m not getting in that boat with him, I want to bleepin' hit him. I want to bleepin' hit him.” Marie: “Why?” Rob With Two Bs: “Because he pissed me the bleep off.” Marie: “So why wouldn’t you get in the boat with him? Stop. That is what a ***** would do. Hit the kid already.” And as if that wasn't enough, the next day she followed-up with this: Marie: “You feel like you look like a *****, you know, because you kind of do. 'Cause you go in there and then you walk out, like, two seconds later.” Rob With Two Bs: “What am I going in there to try to prove?” Marie: “That's what I am saying! Because you're proving nothing.” Rob With Two Bs: “I am proving everything to myself.” Marie: “If you want to be looked at differently, then keep doing what you are doing — because then people are going to think that you're soft.” This whole episode made me turn on Marie the International Heineken Smuggler 100 percent. There is a part of me that thinks she is trying to get Rob With Two Bs to hit someone so he gets kicked out and she doesn’t have to deal with him crushing on her anymore. There is another part of me that knows she doesn’t have the foresight to hatch a plan like this. And there's yet another part of me that is just displacing anger. Damn you, Jen from Queens.[/quote] [url=http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/56149/grantland-reality-fantasy-league-our-first-ever-league-intervention]via[/url]
"Marie the International Heineken Smuggler" What?
[QUOTE=Help Desk;316262]"Marie the International Heineken Smuggler" What?[/QUOTE] It's from the very first episode when she pulled a six pack of Heineken out of her suitcase.
Bad miss by me, I guess.
Marie is just ugly - inside and out. Was she trying to get Robb to attack Swift? For what? Does she get off on it? But... she does keep it interesting - probably would've given up on this one without her drama.
Just catching up with this season!! LaToya has definitely surpassed my love for Jasmine as favorite RW girl. She is near perfect!!!! I love you Latoya Jackson *Camila voice*\ Swift: Embarrassing. I'm almost positive he got casted solely to be the [strike]bud[/strike] butt of several jokes.

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