The Real World 15 Seasons 2010

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Season 23
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13. Sisterhood and Brotherly Love TV-14

Josh gets his first big gig, but is he ready for it? Mike and Tanner renew their commitment to each other, but Mike soon learns that not everyone is so accepting.

Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
March 24, 2010

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Season 23
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    1. Looks Can Be D.C.-ving The Real World takes on DC, and the eight strangers, some of whom have never been out of the small towns they grew up in, are eager to make their mark on the nation's capital. The roommates waste no time diving into the drama.

    TV-14 43min December 30, 2009
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    2. Bipartisan Lovin' Sparks are flying among the roommates. Andrew does his best to seduce Callie; Ashley and Mike make out; and there just might be something real between Ty and Emily.

    TV-14 42min January 6, 2010
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    3. Playboys and Proper Portions While Ty's feelings for Emily grow stronger, it turns out that Emily really does just want to have fun. It all comes to a head when the tension between them gets physical.

    TV-14 43min January 13, 2010
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    4. The Princess and the Panda Sexual tension turns to downright hostility between Ashley and Mike. And the girls help Andrew work on his game.

    TV-14 43min January 20, 2010
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    5. Love Hits a Sour Note Josh's girlfriend comes to visit, but the relationship is rocked when each hears rumors of the other's cheating. And Ericka gets the singing break she's been dreaming about.

    TV-14 43min January 27, 2010
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    6. When Push Comes to Shove A fight with Andrew causes Ashley to re-live her abusive past. And Callie learns a thing or two about getting a real job.

    TV-14 42min February 3, 2010
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    7. Bitch Begins with Bi Mike sexuality reaches confusing heights when a date with a guy challenges his interest in women. Ashley and Erika's insecurities cause them to butt heads, making one roommate ready to leave DC.

    TV-14 43min February 10, 2010
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    8. Out of the Closet and Onto the Stage Mike finally embraces his sexuality, and comes out to his family. The competition between Erika and Josh intensifies when both try to pursue their musical careers with very different results

    TV-14 43min February 17, 2010
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    9. Cheaters, Beaters and Pavement Eaters The line between play fighting and the real thing is blurred by alcohol, leaving one relationship, and possibly one roommate, broken. Josh is finally forced to face his chronic infidelity.

    TV-14 42min February 24, 2010
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    10. Laughing Panda, Changing Ty Emily reaches her breaking point after Ty drops Andrew off the balcony, and the roommates must decide if they feel safe letting Ty stay in the house.

    TV-14 42min March 3, 2010
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    11. Girlfriends and Dead Ends Andrew falls in love. And time it might be real. With her music career at a dead stop Erika questions her place in the house, and a frustrated Callie calls her out on her lack of drive.

    TV-14 42min March 10, 2010
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    12. White House, Glass House Ian's visit makes Erika even more certain that she wants to leave the house. Or is she just crying wolf again? And Andrew lands a gig that gets him into the White House.

    TV-14 42min March 17, 2010
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    13. Sisterhood and Brotherly Love Josh gets his first big gig, but is he ready for it? Mike and Tanner renew their commitment to each other, but Mike soon learns that not everyone is so accepting.

    TV-14 43min March 24, 2010
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    14. From D.C., With Love The Real World takes on Washington, DC, and the eight strangers, some of whom have never been out of the small towns they grew up in, are eager to make their mark on the nation's capital.

    TV-14 42min March 31, 2010

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Supporting actors Melissa Etheridge, Ashley Lindley, Mike C. Manning, Ty Ruff, Emily Schromm, Callie Walker, Erika Wasilewski, Andrew Woods
Season year 2010
Network Mary-Ellis Bunim
Executive Producer Matthew Ruecker
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NikkiAlex76 on December 13, 2010
FIRST AND FOREMOST: if you're gonna watch this season go to the MTV website and view it for free.

AND NOW MY CRITIQUE: Admittedly I hadn't watched The Real World since I was in my 20s (now I'm in my 30s, and that could be having an impact on my opinion), but I decided to watch this season because it takes place in DC, which is near where I live. It was appalling! The young males (I don't call them "men" because that is SO NOT what they were!) would get drunk in the evenings and become aggressive toward the girls. One young male, Ty, even shoved one of the girls around and threatened to "destroy" her while he was drunk...and the producers never intervened at all!

Another young male, Andrew, talked non-stop about women in such demeaning, dehumanizing, and misogynistic ways (he also was reported to make a lot of racist comments, which were censored). As an African American female, I found him the MOST disgusting and disturbing! For the first half of the season this young man's whole story was about trying to get laid...he eventually falls in love, though (toward the end), which, I must admit, was pretty cute (he at least stopped being so derogatory toward women). Another young male, Josh, cheated on his long-distance girlfriend ON CAMERA, and then had the nerve to get aggressive with one of the girls (Ashley) because she couldn't lie well enough to effectively cover for him!

The only reasonable young man was the gay one, Mike; he actually had a good story and some obvious personal growth. But the rest of those boys really created a frat-house atmosphere that I feel was VERY unsafe (for the young women in particular) and should not have been permitted by the producers. In fact, things got so bad that one of the males (Ty again, and drunk!
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Why do we care about these people? They are only a little bit smarter than hamsters and have sex with each other for less than a handful of nuts. I know it's all staged but it is just another show about stupid white people that makes young America look stupid. After seeing this show you would not know it, but America has a high rating for the number of educated people in it. Obviously none of those people are on this show. I'm giving this show a single star because that's as low as I can go. It's horrible unless you love bad actors hit on each other badly, get drunk and make fart jokes.
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