Next quote: "I really had to check myself." Guess who? Kameelah, Real World Boston. In an interview, Kameelah says that she was "definitely an impatient person" when she was on the show. She hated the show when it aired, and used to avoid the phone because people would call her to yell at her about it, but she thinks she grown since then. She learned that she needs to work on patience, understanding people's different experiences, and letting people deal with issues in their own way. She feels that she was one of the more focused people in her house (like that's difficult -- her closest competition was who? Elka? Genesis? Syrus? Sean, for Christ's sake?). Sometimes people think she was too serious on the show, but she had goals, like medical school, and had to focus on them. Since finishing the show, Kameelah has graduated from Stanford and is working with the Department of Public Health on the HIV vaccine, living in Northern California, and applying to medical school. Kameelah says that she gives the air of confidence, but in reality, she is highly paranoid about her future. Then, we get the Kameelah bitch-fest, where she yells at Sean and Syrus. Kameelah says she won't let her kids watch the show. Going into commercial, we get...a commercial for Challenge 2001 which will apparently be extreme. I think we all learned from the last season of Road Rules how misleading the "extreme" promos can be, so I'm not going to bother describing it.