Real World Chicago DVD out today; reveals Cara wanted to date show director.

Real World Chicago DVD out today; reveals Cara wanted to date show director.
The Real World Chicago is still on the air, but the DVD that promises “the wackiest, sexiest and funniest outtakes and bloopers ever” is in stores today. The Chicago Sun-Times reviews The Real World You Never Saw: Chicago and finds that while it’s heavy on blurring (no nudity here), it does reveal that just like Becky from season one, Cara “develop[ed] a crush on hottie [Real World] director Richard Kim.” This time, the director turned the cast member down. Also, the paper says that the commentary provided by “Kyle, Keri and Cara is particularly snarky”; they make fun of “Tonya and her frequent misuse of the English language.”

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Frankie on Big Brother

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Shark Tank

Companies that get deals on the show will be followed for this new spin-off.

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