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One Bad Apple Can Spoil A Bushel

By Seth Freilich | Industry | October 6, 2010 |

By Seth Freilich | Industry | October 6, 2010 |

I have been so busy doing my stupid real world job that I’m way behind on my TV viewing, and I have two DVRs loaded up with goodies waiting to be watched. And yet, I will unquestionably make time in the week to watch my favorite returning show. Because hot diggity, MTV’s Real Road/Road Rules Challenge returns tonight! This go-round, they’ve dubbed it: “The Challenge: Cutthroat.” Based in Prague, the series will feature “30 fan favorites” in the latest go-round of sex, competition, and inane fighting. As the press release explains, “for the first time ever” there are “three teams chosen by the players themselves” who will be competing for “the largest jackpot in ‘Challenge’ history.”

Teams will battle each other in nine extreme challenges, leading up to a massive and grueling finale. After each challenge, one man and one woman from each losing team will go head to head in the dreaded Gulag, a torturous one-on-one battle arena.

The website also includes “dailies,” where uncensored video that didn’t make the final episode can be watched. They’ve already got a bunch up, like this idiotic conversation:

Last week, I told a co-worker that I was psyched for tonight’s premiere, and she looked at me like I was utterly insane. Which is fine. I accept her scorn and fully recognize that this show is filth and almost every participant is somewhere on the scale between window-licker and borderline psychotic. I may not be proud about how much I enjoy this show, but I fucking love it, I own my love of it, and I can’t wait until tonight. My smart brain cells better batten down the hatches, cause there’s a storm of stupidity about to come flooding in!

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Seth is a Senior Editor and sometime critic. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.