Twenty-eight competitors arrive in Thailand ready to take home big money. But no one is ready for the hell that?s about to break loose when old rivalries and broken romances come to the surface.

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Twenty-eight competitors arrive in Thailand ready to take home big money. But no one is ready for the hell that?s about to break loose when old rivalries and broken romances come to the surface.

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Tonya on the Wrong Reality Show
28 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If this Challenge show is a portrayal of these people as they truly are, Tonya is on the wrong reality show. She should rightfully be featured on A&E's Intervention. Being intoxicated on the level that Tonya exhibited on this season's "The Ruins" shows a woman with a very dark problem. Her drunken antics were not funny, nor were they entertaining. Hopefully,watching herself stumbling on TV will be a wake up call for Tonya. For watching the deterioration of a beautiful, engaging, talented young woman is heartbreaking for the audience, who for better or worse, have watched her grow through the MTV years. Though there are many others involved in these challenges that have displayed similar symptoms of alcohol abuse, Tonya's is the most evident and pervasive. Perhaps it is best that next MTV take on a real challenge and offer help to someone who seems to desperately need it, rather than making Tonya another statistic like Adam Goldberg, who offers help and redemption to those abusing substances from deep within his grave.


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