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TV Review: Real World Austin 10/25/05

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This week on the Real World Austin, our seven housemates are hard at work trying to get their documentary put together in some kind of rough format so they are permitted to go on their season trip. The seven do encounter some problems during this process, and at times it looks like they won’t be allowed to go on their trip.

An initial cut of the fifteen-minute documentary is put together by Nehemiah, and shown to their three bosses. The entire piece is almost a long form music video, and this gets a large red flag from the people they are working under. The three give them suggestions in order to improve their assembly by the next day.

They want to see more of the band members’ character, and not just their music. This worries the group because they really want to go on their vacation, but they have some work ahead of them. They have 2500 hours of material that needs to somehow be turned into a fifteen-minute film showcasing the festival and the three bands.

The problem they face here is that one person in the house is the best at editing, and that person is Nehemiah. That night, instead of working, he goes off to emcee a show for a friend he made in Austin. This leaves the other housemates at a loss because they aren’t too sure of what to do when it comes to editing. Melinda and Rachel try, but are not successful.

Nehemiah returns home after midnight, and goes straight to bed. He is up early that morning, and back to work on the project at 7am. He does complete his work, but when it comes time to transfer it to take it to the screening there is a software glitch that no one can figure out how to fix. They end up having to call one of their bosses to come and save the project. With the press of a few buttons, the project is transferred and ready to go to the screening.

The screening goes well for the housemates. No one hated their rough cut. In fact, they are given some good suggestions by the film society screening their work. Afterwards, they return home to await the answer of whether or not they did well enough to earn their trip. We quickly learn they have, and later that night they are informed of their destination. The seven housemates are headed to Costa Rica!

All in all, this episode was better than the last two. The housemates worked hard, and we were able to see how they handled the high pressure situation they were under. The result worked in their favor, and we should see them off on their well-deserved vacation in a future episode.

In other Real World news, it is rumored the home city for Real World’s eighteenth season is Detroit. Filming of the seventeenth season is nearing completion in Key West, with one lawsuit against the production company by the house’s neighbor. The case was resolved in favor of the Real World, and filming has gone on as scheduled.

For more reviews by Regina, including reviews on books, music, movies and several popular television shows, visit her review blog found at One Couch Critic. She is also the newest contributor at Media Village with her Thoughts from the couch. Her rambles on life and writing can be found on her daily blog, One Writer’s Rambles.
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  • Okay

    I don’t know about you, but I want to see more of “Lacey is a b**ch.”

    She is the most evil person I’ve seen ever on Real World. Funny thing is that she thinks she is an angel.

  • melo-d

    does anyone know da all popish when they were showing da movie it went like “i know….i consent”

  • melo-d

    i mean the song was all pop-ish

  • Me 2

    I would also like to know the popish song they play during the viewing of the documentary.

  • AshLee

    hey, does anyone know the song on the end of a recent episode where they’re leaving costa rica and talking about how much fun they had & how much they’ll miss it and I wanna know what the punk song is thats like ”give me just a little more time”? Anyone know who thats by or what its called?

  • http://auburn.edu snood

    I would also like to know the name of the song at the end of the costa rica episode….if anyone knows it let me know. Preesh.

  • david

    Does Anyone know the song that Hello Goodbye performs while they were on the campgrounds. On the screen the guy was playing the guitar and singing while it also said HELLO GOODBYE on the screen i want to know what song they were siniging while they were at the campgrounds…pleasea let me know

  • Georgia

    Does anyone know who sings that song at the end of the final episode when Danny and Mel were saying goodbye?

  • Melissa

    Copy & paste this link. It is every song that is on the RW Austin.