Real World Go Big or Go Home: Top Moments from Episode 11 & 12

The final episodes of the Jenna show are here!!

1. Finding Mom

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After completely ignoring the plot line where Sabrina has to find her mother, the detective finally calls up Sabrina with some news. He has located Sabrina’s mother, who is living in Springfield, MA. Sabrina sees a picture, and gets both excited and nervous by the prospect of meeting her mother. However, her biological mother will still need to agree to meet her…

2. Failing In Love

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Dylan has moved on from Jenna, and he’s back to pursuing Kailah. However, Kailah is not feeling it. They flirt, but it’s really a forced plot line that leads nowhere and fills the episode.

3. Finally Brought Together

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Sabrina’s mother finally agrees to meet with her, so Sabrina flies to Boston. They have lunch together, get to know each other, and Sabrina learns the circumstances that lead to her adoption. While this was highly awkward, it also marks the start of a relationship between the two. Sabrina is thrill, but mad that her mother did not pass down her gene for boobies.

4. Racist By Association

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Jenna video chats with one of her misunderstood southern friends, and they chat about Jenna’s experience in the house. CeeJai and Dylan are in the background snickering about the conversation, and CeeJai gets moderately offended when Jenna refers to her roommates as “ratchet.” Then, Jenna’s friend asks about the fights in the house and CeeJai and Dylan start involving themselves in the conversation. While they are not getting along, Jenna’s friend says some highly offense comments toward CeeJai by calling her a “nappy-headed ho” and telling CeeJai to “pick cotton.” The cast is shocked by the comments, and this results in more anger toward Jenna who has made many ignorant comments throughout the season.

5. CeeJai’s Revenge

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Fed up with all of her insults, CeeJai attacks Jenna after her friend makes those racists comments. Ceejai grabs Jenna’s hair and punches her in the face multiple times. As production tries to break the two up, CeeJai continues to kick Jenna. This results in the two being taken to hotels for the night and their place in the house is in limbo.

6. Leaving Las Vegas

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After the first, production informed CeeJai that her violence will not be tolerated, and she has to go. CeeJai is upset, but respectfully accepts her fate and knows she is responsible for her actions. Jenna is also send home, allegedly for the time she charged at CeeJai? She doesn’t seem to phased by the news. Jenna goes to pack up her stuff while no one is home, while CeeJai is sent off with a fond good-bye from her roommates.

7. Gliding Away

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The cast is given one final mission, they have to hang glide down a zipline over the city of Las Vegas. Per usual, everyone does it and the mission is not challenging at all.

8. Farewell Vegas

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The remaining six roommates say goodbye. Unlike prior Real World seasons, we do not see them take off. Rather, they all video chat in and answer questions about the season. We don’t learn too much. The only ones with real updates are Sabrina, who has met with her biological mother multiple times and plans to meet her biological father. Dylan states he had sex with Jenna after filming, but she (of course) denies it. Dione states he’s ready for a Challenge because he does nothing with his life!

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6 thoughts on “Real World Go Big or Go Home: Top Moments from Episode 11 & 12

  1. I found this season of Real World to be quite boring. Nothing much went on except for Jenna’s horribly racist comments. None of the Missions were challenging. I hope next season is better and has more interesting roommates.

  2. I really hope they go back to the original format next season. I started watching The Real World during the 6th season [Boston. BTW I am 28 & was way too young to be watching it but I watched with my babysitter] & was hooked. I’ve watched every season since then & these season with twist are just…no. The show used to be interesting & intriguing. I truly believe my acceptance & support of the LGBT community stems from some of the LGBT cast from earlier seasons. They need to go back to the original format, cast thought provoking & interesting individuals–instead of people trying to jump start a career in the entertainment industry. I hated Jenna but she’s the type of person who NEEDS to be cast & NEEDS these experiences. Unfortunately she didn’t use this experience to be open minded & learn about people who are different than her.

  3. As a black woman I am truly embarrassed by CJ’s actions. She was supposed to be a strong, highly educated black woman. She allowed a backwoods, backward, ignorant girl, who has nothing and is irrelevant, to get the best of her. Cj- you let MTV set you up to be everything that America expects us to be. I would never have wasted so much energy or my experience on someone like that. CJ spoke so much about all of the things she represented as a black woman, well you don’t represent me because I would never have let a person like that make me act outside of my character.

    • Have you live with a roommate like Jenna for months? I doubt it, most people have a breaking point though I do agree if she let Jenna push her instead throwing her down on the ground. Then again, her roomies could have kick Jenna out in a vote long before that first fight and after they decided to keep her around. Plus Chris and Dione were absent during the fight and the producers I believe handled the situation horribly.

  4. Nothing really challenging and intriguing about this season of real world. The ignorant child from South Carolina Jenna, should have been sent home the minute she charged and pushed CJ. If it had been the other way around, CJ would have been sent home. That was wrong on the part of the producers of the show. It just shows

    • For starters, Ceejai wasn’t innocent in that first fight. One she instigated that when she said “Swerve Bitch” and then when Jenna pushed her, Ceejai pulled her to the ground. If Ceejai let Jenna push her without counterattacking her, she would have had a reason to send Jenna home and castmates would have had her back. I think that’s why the producers kept both ladies after that which ended up being a mistake.

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