We’re less than one day removed from the finale of “The Real World Seattle: Bad Blood,” and we thought that one of the interesting things to do today would be to look back at all that transpired and ponder over this question: Did this experience really change anything? Did it actually bring people back together who were having trouble beforehand?
Well, we’ve now seen a few updates on this subject courtesy of MTV, and it feels fairly clear to us that the end results of this experiment are mixed. Take, for example, Anna saying the following about her relationship with Katrina:
“My bad blood is also my family, so I have to see her on holidays (whether I like it or not). We’re currently taking time apart to focus on ourselves (aka we broke up again).”
Meanwhile, Anika and Will aren’t really speaking (though it doesn’t appear there is any huge animosity there), and Robbie and Jenn are not either. Theo and Kassius don’t seem to have any relationship at all now, and there’s no telling with Tyara and Kimberly.
Here’s the good news: Jordan and Orlana do seem to be on good terms now, and Mike and Peter don’t have much of the same animosity that they once did before the show — though we never thought of them as in as terrible a place as some of the other people this season. Basically, this show only seemed to for-sure work for two out of the seven duos that were on there, and didn’t really offer a change for many others. For Theo and Kassius, it may have just made things worse.
Of course, one of the other bigger headlines is that Jenn and Peter are still together despite his warnings and whatnot that they wouldn’t be if she was to stay in the house without him. We feel like we’ve said so much about that over here that there isn’t really much of a need to beat that story over the head.
Are you surprised that so few pairs really got on better terms through doing this season? Share now in some of the comments below! (Photo: MTV.)