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critic: “Real World doesn’t have time to explore … psychological complexities.”

critic: “Real World doesn’t have time to explore … psychological complexities.”
Analyzing the latest, even trashier episode of The Real World Las Vegas, Entertainment Weekly’s Josh Wolk looks at the revelations about Alton’s homophobia and Steven and Trishelle’s unsafe sex but gets annoyed with the “producers for trying to edit each storyline into a neat little moral.” He writes, “The producers need resolution, dammit! So [they] cobble together a healing message.”

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