RW Vegas shows “some people’s lives are worthwhile mainly as a warning.”

RW Vegas shows “some people’s lives are worthwhile mainly as a warning.”
The Real World Las Vegas—which Atlanta Constitution-Journal writer Phil Kloer calls “the most hormonally driven, par-tay oriented … yet”—shows viewers “that some people’s lives are worthwhile mainly as a warning,” he writes. He also points out that last night’s episode dealt with a new topic for the show: sexual harassment.

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