I guess thats a perk to sleeping with Paula. Whatever you catch from her pretty much makes you immune to anything going around the porn industry.
Got around to watching both of Evan and Paula's reviews of episode 1 thru 6 of the Challenge. Liked how Evan said that in a post interview Eric/Big Easy was going to say "They didn't want me there" etc.... and blame everyone but himself for his poor performance. Evan did say he loves hanging with Eric, that he is a great guy, but he sucks at the challenges and in a team situation that is disastrous.
How come MTV still has Kenny(and some of the other people that are involved in that ridiculous lawsuit) still interviewing people and doing other things, but they can't have them on the challenges?
My guess is that because while he's interviewing people, the producers aren't shoving copious amounts of alcoholdown his throat hoping he'll do something controversial? Keeping them off the challenges while the lawsuit was being settled was probably something the MTV lawyers advised, and it might even be something like when CT was banned because they couldn't get liability insurance on him anymore (until they could again...probably would be able to insure Kenny and the others again after a certain amount of time has gone by) I think it would be a good idea, both for the image of the show and for the people involved personally to not allow them on the show anymore. One of these days they're all going to realize they have to grow up, get real jobs, and stop acting like idiots on tv.
Another theory? MTV's trying to keep them on the payroll until lawyers say they can come back. If they aren't getting MTV paychecks, they might move on to real jobs, and the network obviously thinks they are money in the bank since they cast these guys for every challenge.
No Challenge today just airing Halloween movies.
Can somebody explain, in as few words as necessary, what was the lawsuit about and who was involved? Thank you...
A few years ago on a Challenge, Tonya passed out from drinking too much. She says later she found out Kenny and Evan molested her with a toothbrush and the cameras caught it all. From what I understand, MTV tried to argue that they couldn't be held responsible because A) She signed a waiver absolving them of ay wrongdoing for, well, anything, and B) She brought it on herself for drinking excessively (more than other cast members), being overly aggressive and flirtatious, and flashing cast and producers. She also sued MTV for wrongful termination because she was removed from that challenge, she said for trying to get the tapes of her rape, they said because she struck another cast member.