Welcome to Sin City: The Real World Guide to Vegas
Theo babbles some more, and then CJP brings up some more deadly sins: lust and envy. Every time she says something, she shakes her head around in the most fake way possible. She would be a perfect morning-show host in some city like Dayton, Ohio. I could totally see her doing a Regis and Kelly rip-off in some third- or fourth-tier media city, all the while telling her friends in St. Louis that she's sure she's going to be offered a job in New York or L.A. any day now. But she never will. Theo looks everywhere but into the camera as he promises to show us the hookups when we return from commercial. As fakey and annoying as CJP is at being the host, Theo is just bad. I imagine that every sentence required multiple takes for him, and in the end, they were like, "Just say something about sex and throw us to commercial" because he couldn't get the line right.
When we return, suddenly Theo and CJP aren't wearing bathrobes anymore. I mean, they've changed into regular clothes. They aren't naked or anything. Thank God. Theo asks what Vegas would be without sex. Um, I think it would still be Vegas. Have you been there lately? Maybe there wouldn't be as many people on street corners passing out flyers. But everything's been pretty sanitized in the last few years. CJP asks what The Real World would be without sex. I'm guessing this won't be the season that we find out. ["Not to mention that CJP did her share to make sure we didn't find out last season, either." -- Wing Chun] Another few stilted line readings later, CJP introduces the next two roommates.