Even though Mikey P was only able to make it to episode 2, there’s enough of a cast of oddities claiming to be Gs (jury’s still out on many of them) to satisfy my need for mindless MTV. At this stage, it’s still relatively easy to sort out the bottom 3. I think we’re about 2 episodes away from it getting a bit tougher.
Here’s my 2 cents on some of the cast.
Creepa~ Talk about rough around the edges. I’m just curious to see what happens with him as the season progresses. I think he could be one of the finalists.
Cee~ He is the poster child for all that is the guido stereotype. He has so many of the cast wrapped around his fingers with his masterful art of manipulation. I hope he makes it towards the end as well. He is the one that has me longing for the reunion show. He did get punked on this week’s episode…I think…could all be an act…don’t know…
Kesan~ I thought you were a poser, too, but you’re the pretty boy gangsta. true ATL style. i’ve got my eye on you.
J-Boogie~ Poser, it was obvious that your days were numbered.
T-Jones~ I guess there’s room for a gay gangsta. Did I say that? You know y’all are wonderin’.
Shaun~ My hot, sexy gangsta. If you ever need someone to spoon with, I’m here (jk). Muah!
David Sentance schooled the Gs on cricket. For me, it conjured memories of long days in DC at the Tidal Basin as a little girl “watching” my dad play cricket (it was more like playing in the dirt with the other kids who were forced to endure a game that lasts an entire day at a minimum).
Then the crew was on to street ball. The only exciting thing about this to me was how the script got flipped when Kesan’s team won the challenge meaning we all get another week of Kesan drama.