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Edited Reality A Look into MTVs The Real World My life can not go on How can I continue to live when I realize that we pass stereotypical trendy garbage off as respectable American television My goal is not to rain on anyones parade but upon reviewing MTVs The Real World I felt sick to my stomach This show is everything we dont want people to know about American youth This show portrays 18-23 year old young adults as emotional head cases The Real World takes every stereotype a person could ever imagine and exploits it If the show really wanted to show reality MTV would not edit it to turn it into a complete and total soap opera The only thing real about MTVs The Real World is the REAL nice house these kids are living in for free because they got REAL lucky Opposite the belief of MTV young adults do have problem solving skills and the ability to think rationally After a while I found it a little ridiculous to see three separate people cry about three different things in one hour For those of you who arent familiar with the show it is set up as follows MTVs The Real World is a reality-based show about seven strangers who are made to live in a house together MTV chooses contestants from completely different walks of life to attempt to stir up conflict as often as possible For example this season in New Orleans they chose a Mormon girl who attends Brigham Young University to an openly gay man to a black guy from Chicago this shows covers all the possible bases during casting As the shows popular opening saying goes Find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real The problem is that I watched two half-hour episodes and barely saw anything I could deem real If it wasnt someone breaking into tears because they have
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