For those of you who have enjoyed the crazy journey of “The Real World Seattle: Bad Blood,” there is some bad news coming your way tonight: MTV is not putting the show on the air for another week. More than likely due to the Christmas holiday, someone over at the network understandably thought that it’d be a bad move to try to compete with people traveling and doing all sorts of other things.
Luckily, the good news is that this is going to be a fairly-short hiatus in comparison to some longer holiday hiatuses that are being taken elsewhere. There is a new episode of the series airing on MTV next week, and that’s confirmed further in the message below. We’re actually somewhat surprised by this, given that most other shows who are leaving the air at this point are not coming back until January.
To help tide you over, we’ve got a few teasers for what is coming up, starting with that image below! Anna and Katrina’s mother will be paying the ladies a visit, and hopefully at some point along the way she will help the two in order to see eye-to-eye and move forward.
Also next week, we could be seeing Peter get involved in a particularly nasty fight, one that will require Robbie holding him back to keep anything from getting crazy. We’re not entirely sure why so many people out there with this show even feel the need to puff out their chest and do this since clearly Theo showed what happens if you actually strike someone else. Is getting kicked off the show really worth looking like a tough guy? Also, we wonder if some of these Peter confrontations will start to make Jenn question whether or not he’s all the great of a guy.
Obviously, we’re also going to see more of the aftermath following Tyara’s big pregnancy reveal, as well.
There are at least a couple more episodes still to come this season, and one of the biggest ones will be coming on January 4, where we will be getting the landmark 600th episode of the series! Can you believe that the show’s been around that long? It’s a testament to the viewers, and the ability of MTV to keep this going even though the majority of its viewers now probably weren’t even around for when it first began.
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