The Real World/Road Rules Casting Special
Kim: I liked Nicole overall, and I'm scared to say this, but sometimes she looks like a drag queen.
Stee: Yes! That's in my notes. Totally. Looked like Angel from Rent.
Kim: Whew! I was afraid I would be alone on that one.
Stee: Sometimes she looked fly. But other times she looked guy.
Kim: Ha ha ha!
Stee: Anyway, we like Nicole even though one out of three times she looks like a man.
Show & Tell again. Rachel D. shows off her license plate that says "XCITE ME," and reveals that she used to be really arrogant about her looks; then she got in a car accident and her face was disfigured. She didn't leave the house for five months, and finally learned that beauty is only skin deep. Murray tells the casting crew that Rachel D. is a natural organizer, and that things will never get boring with her around. Because there's no better television than watching a bunch of young adults play Pictionary. Malik shows off a mix CD and reads some lyrics. Nicole shows her journal and says that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Jenn shows a boa from her boa collection and haltingly explains that she used to be arrogant and cocky. Bart shows off a stuffed dog named Nipper. Sophia shows a photo album of her friends and her rainbow necklace, signifying her sexuality. Everyone hugs her. She says that she was worried about Kevin's and Jason's reactions in particular, but that they were totally cool. Jason even says that he likes the gays now. Sophia made her hair into a mini-Afro to be more like Malik.
Kim: I loved Sophia. I have nothing bad to say about her. But I can try, if you want.
Stee: But really, if suddenly you look exactly like a rock singer new on the scene, wouldn't you change your look a bit? Or maybe she gets girls by posing as Macy Gray at clubs.
Kim: Hey, she changed her look when gave herself an Afro like Malik.
Stee: The one funny thing I thought about Sophia was how it seems she can barely open her jaw. Maybe that has something to do with why she's a lesbian.
Stee: I have to say, I liked Sophia a lot, too. If she weren't a lesbian, I'd be afraid she's just going to turn into the new Msaada -- nice, but no screen time because B/M hates her.
Kim: Right. She's got a hook, so maybe she'll get some screen time.
Stee: I think B/M hates black people, but that's very inflammatory and don't sue me.
Kim: Why do you think that?
Stee: How many dark-skinned black people got on the show this time?
Kim: Malik? He's not really dark-skinned but he's got the big 'fro.
Stee: Malik is whiter than the older sister on The Cosby Show. Anyway. I sorta just like talking shit about B/M.