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Okay, I've watched Rock Of Love 2, a little bit of Flavor Of Love, a little of I Love New York 2, so I wanted to watch this show. I knew right from the get-go that it was going to be chaotic, entertaining, and full of DRAMA. And I defiantly got not once, not twice, but THREE times the dosage of it!
The first episode went perfectly, however, I'm not going to say why, as I don't want to give away any spoilers, but trust me, it went smooth as silk. But I will say, I'm a fan of the green team!
I'm currently rooting for my boy, Whiteboy, since he wants the money more than the rest, and not to mention, it's always a show with Whiteboy and his Stallioners! I also like Hoopz, Destiney, Heat, Chance, Real and Rodeo.
Anyway, this show has lots of backstabbing, chaos, weird romance, boys in tight swim suits, broken alliances, blood, sweat, tears, that's totally worth watching on Sundays and re-watching it again during the week for those classic Kodak moments.
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