Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Real World Cast Memeber Arrested

A cast member on MTV's "The Real World" was arraigned on a misdemeanor assault charge after police said she bit her boyfriend during a domestic dispute.

Paula Ann Meronek, 25, allegedly bit her boyfriend several times when he refused to let her into their home early Sunday morning, police said.

Unfortunately, said police, they can’t just go and arrest everyone else who has appeared on the terrible television show even though, authorities attest, the cast probably deserves it for making people sit through their stupid whining and bickering.

Well, that third paragraph isn’t real, but it should be. I got all excited when I saw this headline, thinking “Thank God that someone has finally put an end to that God awful show by arresting those who appeared in it.” Much to my dismay, I realized it was just a dumb domestic dispute.

In case you haven’t figured it out, I’m not a big real world fan. I’ll admit to watching the first season when I was like 15 or whatever, on MTV. I didn’t “get” what it was about, but I did think it was cool to see some young twenty somethings living in a big city. However, much like the MTV channel itself, the whole thing waned on my and I didn’t find anything else about it worth my time.

This is sad, because I remember watching MTV when it was actually “Music” Television, and not the crap it is now. You could see videos, in their entirety, without having to see bling, people who can’t talk, and a non stop stream of screaming girls. Hell, even when I was hard into the grunge scene I didn’t watch much, I just stopped enjoying MTV such a long time ago.

On the flip side, I don’t watch much TV now to begin with. I do however record a bunch of stuff on my DVR that I’ll never watch, which is odd I guess. But hey, at least when I do go back to watch it I can fast forward through the commercials.

If you are actually interested in reading the story about Paula Crackhead or whatever, you can see it here.



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