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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Aftershow: Lacey joins Saul in the Fishbowl where Davis joins to explain himself

Lacey (Austin) is joining Saul this week to talk about the new episode of The Real World. Lacey, by the way, is opening her own salon in Florida. Congratulations to her.

Davis (Denver) joins the show and he gives his own explanation of what happened. He says that this happened the second night they got there. He blames the free drinks, the high altitude, and his drinking problems.

The situation just escalated when they were trying to calm down because they kept taunting each other. Davis calls the night one of the worst nights of his life. He said the n-word to hurt Tyrie because he thought he was leaving.

He says that he's learned a lot, he's grown a lot. He appreciates the experience. Lacey makes the comparison to Nehemiah (Austin) and Rachel's (Austin) fight about the war in Iraq.

Then they move on. He was excited to be the gay guy on the show to break the stereotypes that people have of gay people. He said he wanted to go home because he felt like he negated any positivity that he potentially could spread. He then thought about it for more than a second and knew it would be worse if he had left.

Lacey (Austin) will be joining Saul next week with special guest Tyrie.

2 comments:

Jeffrey Marx said...

I can't wait to hear what Tyrie has to say about how he started the whole fight anyway.

Anonymous said...

I totally hate Davis. He thinks he's some religious guy, but let's face it Jesus would be totally ashamed of him.

Everytime the show has something about Davis, I turn it off. He's just too arrogant.