Or maybe that the whole show is so very orchestrated that it's lost most of the spontanaity. What do I mean by orchestrated? For example, why are the restaurants they are dining at empty except for the cast members? One of the first episodes of this season's show had the cast eating at Blue Heaven - one of Key West's most popular restaurants. I can honestly say I have never seen the place empty, except for the morning that the Real World cast ate there. And then it happened again during another episode at another restaurant, completely empty except for the cast. MTV likes to say that this is a reality program, but maybe they've tinkered with the formula too much and now it's more of a scripted show. To further back up this thinking, it seems strange that they would film the show smack in the middle of hurricane season - virtually guaranteeing that storms would make up for plot. Let's see if it worked for them as I can't imagine the current plot lines keeping many viewers tuned in.
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