Real World / Road Rules Casting Special
Kim: I didn't get it. If she was honestly like that, whatever, but she was trying way too hard.
Stee: What's up with all of the Christians all of a sudden?
Kim: Everyone is also from the South.
Stee: I think Green Acres did the wacky redneck stuff already. And Jeff Foxworthy. Funny man, that one.
Kim: Jeff Foxworthy equals comic gold. And what is a "student evangelism team"?
Stee: "I'll take 'God's Wrath' for two-hundred, Bob." She was all, "Oh, my poor divorcing parents." I guess MTV has to show "tragedy" when they think we're not liking a character.
Kim: Every single one was like, "I'm funny -- but my life is tragic. I'm a sad fucking clown."
Then next finalist is Laterrian, a twenty-two-year-old from Stanley, North Carolina. His parents were poor when they were younger -- his mom only had two pairs of jeans! But now they both drive Lexuses (Lexi?) This summer, he read Leaves of Grass and Collected Poems of Langston Hughes. He wants to be above average and serve as a role model. He wants to be a doctor or a professor, and work with kids. A Road Rules producer comes in and accuses Laterrian of being "full of shit," because he was a "bad boy" on his audition tape and now he's "wearing a halo." The audition tape shows Laterrian's friend saying that Laterrian just kicked out a girl, and made her cry. Back in the interview, Laterrian says he's not full of shit because there are two people -- Laterrian and "T." Laterrian will stay home and read until 2 AM, but then "T" will start calling girls to come over. He says that he and his friends "fall in the pussy." Laterrian doesn't think it's fair because Kameelah wants Laterrian and the Road Rules guys wants "T." Kameelah says she just wants him to "keep it real." Laterrian replies, "Keeping it real? That's my specialty."