Stee: No. Let's not go back to Matt. Matt sucks. He's all Breakdancing For Jesus.
Kim: SPOILER: Not to ruin it, but he goes on RW and hooks up with Julie the Mormon.
Stee: AWWWWWWW no!
Kim: I shit you not.
Stee: Do they just touch each other's butts all chastely?
Kim: I don't even want to know. I have to recap it.
Stee: Well, at least I don't have to watch Matt. Poor you. Julie can pretend he's Donny Osmond and he can pretend she's the Boogaloo Shrimp.
Kim: His heroes are Mike Seaver and Doogie Howser.
Stee: Don't fuck with Mike Seaver. He had a rad drop-top bug. Orange, I think.
Kim: I was about to say I almost liked him at that point. Then there was the whole taking off the glasses thing, and it was over.
Stee: You know how most people wanted to get into acting because of Lawrence Olivier or some shit? For me it was Kirk Cameron. He was cool.
Finalist #10 is Rachna, a twenty-one-year-old from Centerville, Ohio. She always watched Real World and has very strong responses to "the characters" like Kaia. She launches into a Kaia impersonation where she waxes philosophical about her Lucky Charms. When she finishes, she yells, "Life is not abstract!" Rachna doesn't consider being judgmental to be a weakness. She chooses to have a small group of friends because there are very few people she cares to be around. She grew up in a white neighborhood, and they called her "skunk" because a skunk is not white. A pop-up tells us that Rachna is a die-hard worshipper of Michael Jackson. Rachna is willing to like anyone, but once someone gets on her bad side, it's hard to get on her good side.
Stee: Oh, Rachna.
Kim: Yes, Rachna.
Stee: Did we both misspell it?
Kim: It's like Rachel but then it throws you a curve. It's like her parents went "Rachel? Nah. Hey!"
Stee: Ha. I loved her Kaia impression. It made me very, very happy. I hated me some Kaia.
Kim: Her Kaia impersonation was right on.
Stee: She's the Indian Janeane Garafolo of the house -- all caustic.
Kim: I don't know what if any show she ends up on. She was a die-hard fan of Michael Jackson.
Stee: I was too...but then I turned ten.
Kim: What's with the Michael Jackson renaissance?
Stee: I loved when the Five of Wisdom talked again and said how much they loved Matt's mousetrap analogy, how he's all "keeping it real."