The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans - Season 3

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That was a lot. David shouldn't have grabed her, you don't know what someone has been through and that can be triggering if she's been abused or sexually assualted. However, it should have been a conversation to the side that went, "Thanks so much for your help last night and going above and beyond to take care of me when I was a mess. Just a heads up though, I have a weird thing about being touched so next time just let me make my mistakes". If she was doing that to create a story that's messed up to mess with someones character in that way. And those scratches literally looked from the trees not from him. However, I think she would have done the same thing if it was Jamie. Melissa just wanted to make it a race moment, even though I understand her point. Julie is right though this cast is soooo boring. 

That was a lot. David shouldn't have grabed her, you don't know what someone has been through and that can be triggering if she's been abused or sexually assualted. However, it should have been a conversation to the side that went, "Thanks so much for your help last night and going above and beyond to take care of me when I was a mess. Just a heads up though, I have a weird thing about being touched so next time just let me make my mistakes". If she was doing that to create a story that's messed up to mess with someones character in that way. And those scratches literally looked from the trees not from him. However, I think she would have done the same thing if it was Jamie. Melissa just wanted to make it a race moment, even though I understand her point. Julie is right though this cast is soooo boring. 

This. Anyone who thinks Julie wouldnt have called out Jamie in the same way if he had done what David did is a clown.

That was a lot. David shouldn't have grabed her, you don't know what someone has been through and that can be triggering if she's been abused or sexually assualted. However, it should have been a conversation to the side that went, "Thanks so much for your help last night and going above and beyond to take care of me when I was a mess. Just a heads up though, I have a weird thing about being touched so next time just let me make my mistakes". If she was doing that to create a story that's messed up to mess with someones character in that way. And those scratches literally looked from the trees not from him. However, I think she would have done the same thing if it was Jamie. Melissa just wanted to make it a race moment, even though I understand her point. Julie is right though this cast is soooo boring. 

This. Anyone who thinks Julie wouldnt have called out Jamie in the same way if he had done what David did is a clown.

If a woman tells you to get off her and you continue to manhandle her to the point of her bruising then this is a huge problem.

He should have manned up and just apologised for hurting her and assured her it wouldnt happen again.

Melissa was just gaslighting David against Julie, and he fell for it. 

The whole situation is pathetic.

I don't think he bruised her, his intentions were good and he thought he was helping. She should have had a conversation with him explaining that she doesn't like being touched for whatever reason. It was an easy convo but anytime you say something that can defame someones character then they are obviously going to be defensive and mad. He handled it well. She did not. Melissa was definitely gaslighting and just wanted her social justice warrior moment. She came in with that intention.

Man you people are nuts.  I was half taking Julie's side in the first episode but holy shit was she in the wrong here.  The girl was blackout drunk and they had to physically lift her out of the bar to make sure she didn't hurt herself.  What the fudge were they supposed to do?

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If a woman tells you to get off her and you continue to manhandle her to the point of her bruising then this is a huge problem.

He should have manned up and just apologised for hurting her and assured her it wouldnt happen again.

Melissa was just gaslighting David against Julie, and he fell for it. 

The whole situation is pathetic.

And this is why growth is a beautiful thing lol I could revert to the old ways & turn up but for what? I need to get paid to do all that now lmaooo you got it Julie.

Man you people are nuts.  I was half taking Julie's side in the first episode but holy shit was she in the wrong here.  The girl was blackout drunk and they had to physically lift her out of the bar to make sure she didn't hurt herself.  What the fudge were they supposed to do?

exactly what I was thinking. Like there was no way she was leaving that bar unless somebody carried her out. And the bruise could have been many other things besides Tokyo. Like she fell out of a car into the road and ran into a tree.

 

Man you people are nuts.  I was half taking Julie's side in the first episode but holy shit was she in the wrong here.  The girl was blackout drunk and they had to physically lift her out of the bar to make sure she didn't hurt herself.  What the fudge were they supposed to do?

exactly what I was thinking. Like there was no way she was leaving that bar unless somebody carried her out. And the bruise could have been many other things besides Tokyo. Like she fell out of a car into the road and ran into a tree.

It was productions job to remove her, not David's. She was definitely in the wrong though.

She can express in a way that doesn't turn it into a racial thing that has awful implications for David which she is just totally unaware of.  

julie was 100% in the wrong, she couldn't even ******* remember half the night. Imagine if they didn't have cameras and all we heard was her "retelling" Of it??? 

 

Man you people are nuts.  I was half taking Julie's side in the first episode but holy shit was she in the wrong here.  The girl was blackout drunk and they had to physically lift her out of the bar to make sure she didn't hurt herself.  What the fudge were they supposed to do?

exactly what I was thinking. Like there was no way she was leaving that bar unless somebody carried her out. And the bruise could have been many other things besides Tokyo. Like she fell out of a car into the road and ran into a tree.

there is no way you get a bruise from getting carried for 5 seconds 

 

Not to mention when he wanted to talk and she was like "Okay so let's solve the room issue" and it's like girl, the room isn't the problem.  The room switching is a solution to the problem that you created.

She is right though about Kelley.  Girl has done absolutely nothing and doesn't appear that will change at all.

I realized the producer who put Julie in the car and out of the window is the same guy who dealt with Abram and Donnell years ago and Clint and Donde more recently. Must be exhausting. Shocked they didn't buckle her up.

Wonder what Kelley and Julie were talking about in their one on one in the backyard before the house meeting.

Julie is crazy

I realized the producer who put Julie in the car and out of the window is the same guy who dealt with Abram and Donnell years ago and Clint and Donde more recently. Must be exhausting. Shocked they didn't buckle her up.

I didn't notice either. That's so interesting that he's still working with BMP and still fills the role of dealing with the drunkies/dummies. As far as them not buckling her up, I don’t know about seatbelt laws in Louisiana but if they're like Arizona (when I lived there) you don’t legally have to wear one in the backseat of a car. They still should've buckled her up though. 

Julie is crazy

The girl is definitely quirky and weird, but I don't think she is crazy or mentally ill. But on a different topic Jamie is incredibly likable. He seems so fun to be around, I want to be friends with him.

Also - was Julie vomiting full size crackers?? Wtf was in that puke?!?

Also - was Julie vomiting full size crackers?? Wtf was in that puke?!?

Julie doing that to Tokyo for an storyline is disgusting 

I'm crying at production making it seem like Danny organically reached out to Paul as if the whole visit wasn't completely set up by production

It's funny they exposed to Julie for saying she's trying to make fake tv but then try and act like Danny/Paul was natural. Also, Danny's storyline is interesting but his personality makes it soooo boring. He has a negative amount of charisma.

I'm crying at production making it seem like Danny organically reached out to Paul as if the whole visit wasn't completely set up by production

Agreed--Paul just randomly agreed to show up then  lol.   

It's funny they exposed to Julie for saying she's trying to make fake tv but then try and act like Danny/Paul was natural. Also, Danny's storyline is interesting but his personality makes it soooo boring. He has a negative amount of charisma.

Really the only reason he's relevant is because he was a cute gay guy on TV in 2000. He really does not have that charisma, even back then.

I bet Paul got paid a lot to do that

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