Pop Culture Affidavit, Episode 40: What Happens When People Start Being Polite and Start Gettin’ Real

?????????????We’re nearing the end of 1994: The Most Important Year of the Nineties and in the penultimate episode of the series, I’m showcasing what is one of the most important television series of the Nineties, The Real World. Specificlally, I take a look at season three: San Francisco, which starred Judd Winick, Pedro Zamora, and “Puck.” The episode includes a run-down of the history of The Real World up to that point, a look at the season and then a look at the season’s legacy as well as Winick’s 2000 graphic novel, Pedro and Me.

You can download the episode from iTunes or listen here:  Pop Culture Affidavit Episode 14

If you are interested in watching the entire San Francisco season of The Real World, MTV has it available online:  The Real World: San Francisco

Also, you can buy Judd Winick’s Pedro and Me, it is still available on Amazon:  Pedro & Me: Friendship, Loss, and What I Learned

Also, here’s some of the stuff featured in the episode …

A compilation of the intros to the first twenty-two seasons of The Real World …

The “Why Doesn’t MTV Play Videos Anymore” sketch from Brian and Maria …

The Puck Eviction …

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