Hooker: Our contestant is put in the hot seat when a prostitute approaches asking for the money he owes her, and is tasked with explaining the whole thing to his infuriated girlfriend. In the chair: ...
A diverse group of five to six people in their late teens to mid-20s are chosen to travel together in an RV, completing missions in order to receive a handsome reward. Each season's trip takes place in a different region.
Laugh at the face of adversity when ten shameless comedians are subjected to off-the-wall, off-the-hook twists on famous Reality TV competitions. Each week, surviving contestants compete in... See full summary »
Past members of "The Real World," "Road Rules," "Are You the One?," first time cast members called 'Fresh Meat,' relatives of these members, and past members from other shows compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.
Johnny 'Bananas' Devenanzio,
Chris 'C.T.' Tamburello
Grotesque and Mean Spirited - An Insult to the Viewership
'Deal With It" can only be charitably described as a horrendous concept and production of another mindless "reality show, executed with a total disregard for common decency. Every washed up and/or wannabe "celeb" that participates in this travesty, beginning with Messrs. Mandel and Von, should be ashamed of themselves. The curses that ought to be leveled on the heads of the woefully misnamed "creators" of this mean, mindless, miserable excuse for "entertainment" should be many and mighty. And those who agree to participate in this embarrassment seem to be in desperate need of a seminar or six in self-respect. That it was renewed to pollute TBS's offerings for a second season is a damming indictment on the mindset of the American TV viewing public. Coupled with the recent pollution of "Bam's Badass" debacle, TBS should be an acronym for Terribly Bad "Stuff" (to put it politely, which is certainly more than these shows deserve).
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