Real World / Road Rules Casting Special
Stee: What about latrine, or whatever his name was?
Kim: Hee! He was so fake.
Stee: The dual personality. Me, Myself, & Laterrian. I'd like to see an Ugly Real World. Everyone is too hot. Did you see Kameelah watching Laterrian? There was a puddle on the floor.
Kim: I loved the RR producer coming in and telling Laterrian he was full of shit.
Stee: Yeah. Wow. That was "believable." Good acting, that guy. He was playing Good Cop/Stilted Cop.
Kim: What was up with him saying he falls in the pussy?
Stee: I know, does insurance cover that? That would make an interesting lawyer slip and fall commercial. I think Laterrian is Shawn, without the tight braids. Maybe it WAS Shawn. He wants another shot.
Kelley is twenty-three and from Fayetteville, Arkansas. She says she feels like she is "consistently judged wrong [sic]" and that she has people in her life trying to take her down. The casting director tells her that someone said Kelley was so insecure about her looks that she wouldn't leave the house without makeup until six months ago. Kelley's all, "Who said that?" and then complains about how this is what she meant before. Everyone thinks just because she likes to wear makeup to "the bars," that means she can't go without it. She feels she has to "double-time it on the intelligence factor" to prove herself. Kelley likes to talk about sex, and what she wants. She tells guys, "Don't do the rabbit," and then demonstrates what she means by that. While talking about one guy she wasn't compatible with, she holds up her pinky to indicate that he was, ahem, less than well-endowed.
Kim: Paranoid. Like creepy.
Stee: The small dick thing -- she's "sassy." I hope that ex-boyfriend kicks her ass. Blondecutewhatever. She blends in for me.
Kim: Dude, that dick thing was so wrong, but the only semblance of personality she exhibited.
After the hosts discuss the finalists a little, we move right on to finalist #4. Jamie is a twenty-two-year-old from Chicago, Illinois. He is enjoying his college life at Cornell, but he is also "psyched" to see what happens after college. He runs an e-commerce website with some friends. Kameelah tells him that he strikes her as a "rich, privileged white boy." Jamie says he's not "cookie-cutter" and that he wakes up every morning to "a big portrait of Nelson Mandela." When he was in high school, he hosted a show called "BAH -- Black Artist Hour." Jamie says he is fortunate, but the stereotyping is wrong. A new interviewer comes in to replace Kameelah. Jamie calls Kameelah "Shaka Zulu," and says she was "militant." He feels that people pigeonhole him based on his face, and that he knows he is lucky. In fact, he's "a pimp," and he's psyched to be where he is.