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RIP...I don't remember much about him to be honest but that's way too young for anyone to pass

Wow, I'm shook. He was pretty irrelevant in the grand scheme of the BMP universe but that's still very sad. 

I don’t remember him at all & I’ve seen almost every season. RIP

I still wish they'd do a reboot of Road Rules. Both Susie and Derrick said about a year or so ago that something was in the works through BMP for it then nothing. I feel like it could still work if they go back to Pre-viewers revenge format. 

Cant imagine it being edited favorably like the past seasons but I could see maybe an online special and probably getting less success and appreciation than Real World atlanta ..

Its interesting that Indias version (Roadies) is still running and they probably didnt even consider inviting them to War of the Worlds....by interesting i mean pathetic and tragic..

Just updating to say, I watched Road Rules Semester at Sea in it's entirety....and it is one of the most polarizing seasons, everybody had something going on except Shawn and Pawel, but it was difficult to focus on the cast while all the many students navigated around the boat and through the episodes...

Yes is such a good guy, Pua was a dynamic character, Ayanna was batshit crazy, but I can understand her struggle, Veronica was such a sneaky bitch....The finale with Veronica and Ayannna hugging and affirming a friendhsip had me emotional...

Latin America ;lost my interest after Gladys' departure (and I think she had sexual tension against Abe in that hilarious *** whoopin), and Down Under had an interesting dynamic with Piggy being an outcast, and then Kefla choosing to isolate himself as he couldn't relate to the culture of 4 (perceivably 5) white people....Islands was an interesting season due to Oscar (for me), and Northern Trail is just exhausting ....

I need to watch some of the older seasons.  I really miss the idea of Road Rules. I feel like it could easily work today.  Having a group of people stuck in an RV driving around to do missions would still cause drama, see them have fun, and give us some great new Challengers.  It seems like a no brainer. 

Just updating to say, I watched Road Rules Semester at Sea in it's entirety....and it is one of the most polarizing seasons, everybody had something going on except Shawn and Pawel, but it was difficult to focus on the cast while all the many students navigated around the boat and through the episodes...

Yes is such a good guy, Pua was a dynamic character, Ayanna was batshit crazy, but I can understand her struggle, Veronica was such a sneaky bitch....The finale with Veronica and Ayannna hugging and affirming a friendhsip had me emotional...

Latin America ;lost my interest after Gladys' departure (and I think she had sexual tension against Abe in that hilarious *** whoopin), and Down Under had an interesting dynamic with Piggy being an outcast, and then Kefla choosing to isolate himself as he couldn't relate to the culture of 4 (perceivably 5) white people....Islands was an interesting season due to Oscar (for me), and Northern Trail is just exhausting ....

 

i loved semester @ sea and loved that moment between Ayanna and Veronica at the end of the season. Too bad they’re still beefing 20 years later tho lol

 

Just updating to say, I watched Road Rules Semester at Sea in it's entirety....and it is one of the most polarizing seasons, everybody had something going on except Shawn and Pawel, but it was difficult to focus on the cast while all the many students navigated around the boat and through the episodes...

Yes is such a good guy, Pua was a dynamic character, Ayanna was batshit crazy, but I can understand her struggle, Veronica was such a sneaky bitch....The finale with Veronica and Ayannna hugging and affirming a friendhsip had me emotional...

Latin America ;lost my interest after Gladys' departure (and I think she had sexual tension against Abe in that hilarious *** whoopin), and Down Under had an interesting dynamic with Piggy being an outcast, and then Kefla choosing to isolate himself as he couldn't relate to the culture of 4 (perceivably 5) white people....Islands was an interesting season due to Oscar (for me), and Northern Trail is just exhausting ....

 

i loved semester @ sea and loved that moment between Ayanna and Veronica at the end of the season. Too bad they’re still beefing 20 years later tho lol

Are they really? Lol ayanna putting voodoo on twitter? Details please

"The word Bitch is too nice for you. ...its too frickin nice" is such an epic quote..

I need to watch some of the older seasons.  I really miss the idea of Road Rules. I feel like it could easily work today.  Having a group of people stuck in an RV driving around to do missions would still cause drama, see them have fun, and give us some great new Challengers.  It seems like a no brainer. 

it could work but they'll have to tweak it in some way and the people they choose would have to be highly polarizing. Knowing MTV they'll bring it back on YouTube with some influencers. 

 

I need to watch some of the older seasons.  I really miss the idea of Road Rules. I feel like it could easily work today.  Having a group of people stuck in an RV driving around to do missions would still cause drama, see them have fun, and give us some great new Challengers.  It seems like a no brainer. 

it could work but they'll have to tweak it in some way and the people they choose would have to be highly polarizing. Knowing MTV they'll bring it back on YouTube with some influencers. 

MTV can't fit in the schedule they have 162 hours of Ridiculousness to play a week.

During the time when the whole quarantine madness the producers could of air older seasons of the real world and the challenge but nooo they would rather air Ridiculousness 90% of the time. 

In my ideal perfect world Road Rules would return but on Netflix. Very raw and uncensored. Hour long episodes so we still get fruitful missions but we also get very good character development. They would have to cast a very dynamic cast. I think with the success of shows like The Circle, Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle Netflix would be the perfect home for this. And set it somewhere exotic and beautiful. Going back to the South Pacific would be incredible. 

I'm torn with how voting off should work though. I would definitely say keep that element but it needs a new twist where it's not happening all the time but happens enough in the season to maximize suspense and drama. 

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