Blair (The Quest), Randy (San Diego), Colie (Denver), Wes (Austin), Paula (Key West) and Svetlana (Key West) start by sitting around the couch, discussing the season.
Issac (Sydney) is first and he talks about the calamity that is his life. He talks about the stuff that he pulls, how he gets high, how he gets drunk. He’s a “boob guy”. He says that he can always find good things about everyone.
Shavoun (Sydney) has her own column called “Sexcapades”. She wants to be an entertainment reporter. She’s single and she got out of a long-term relationship where her boyfriend made her pick between her career and him.
The alumni talk about how Issac and Shavoun might hook up. Blair shows a sneak peak, where the two of them are flirting heavily throughout their season. The two are making out in the confessional and are caught by roommates. The two end up fighting later in the season.
The alumni discuss the two. They’re excited about the impending fights. Randy thinks she’s pretty, but she’s not his type. Wes thinks that he could be friends with her and she looks intimidating.
Dunbar (Sydney) is next. He’s more proud to be Southern than he is to be American. His girlfriend Julie is something accidental, but he acknowledges it to be special because she is willing to do anything to make him happy.
Parisa (Sydney) is from New York City. She knew since she was little that she was different. Her friends think that nothing fazes her, that she’s the “tin man”. Parisa used to have trouble rejecting guys. She used to put a lot of self-worth in her relationships.
The alumni girls seem to love Dunbar. Parisa takes herself too seriously, according to Colie.
Dunbar and Parisa meet each other. Parisa said that if Dunbar is single, it would be a fairytale. Parisa flirts heavily with Dunbar and he responds by treating her differently than the rest of the cast. The two end up fighting because he seems to be disrespectful toward her.
The alumni feel like the relationship between the two is unrequited. They think that Parisa is finally learning what it is like to be rejected. Paula calls him a beefcake.
Cohutta (Sydney) is up. He’s from a “different country” where everyone knows everybody. He introduces us to his family. He’s looking for a “good mama” that he can “take back to the mountains” and raise some children with.
KellyAnne (Sydney) doesn’t like guys who talk about their families, bad kissers, bad teeth, people who have different opinions of her. She wrote “Pick Me” on her underwear in her casting video.
Paula says that Cohutta seems genuine and he’s going to get rocked the most. Colie says it’s weird that he’s living in 1976. Paula says he won’t be used to these kind of girls that show up on the show. Colie says that this Real World harkens back to the “social experiment” because there are different people reacting to each other.
KellyAnne hears Shavoun and Parisa talking about her in the bathroom. Parisa doesn’t want to babysit and KellyAnne flirts heavily with Dunbar, which irritates Parisa. KellyAnne calls herself a “co$%tease”. KellyAnne and Cohutta seem to be crushing on each other later in the season.
Wes says that he hates girls that are teases. Colie says that she’s gonna get picked on by the other girls, but the other girls says that she may want to get picked on.
Trisha (Sydney) comes to the house with a boyfriend and a chastity ring, kind of. She got the ring when she was 12 years old, but she lost her virginity. Trisha is trying to “get it all out right now”.
Wes likes Trisha more than he likes KellyAnne. He thinks that he’s trying to figure out what she’s about.
Trisha and Parisa start a fight. The tension seems to mount. Trisha starts to flirt with Cohutta, which irritates KellyAnne. Trisha seems to try and hit Parisa.
The alumni think that this season will be good. Blair can’t wait for the Sydney cast to see the casting special and talk about the alumni.