The new season of MTV’s The Real World features two people, a guy and a girl, who are perfect for each other save for one slight flaw: the girl is an indecisive whore who is against long-term relationships.
Now I know that sounds harsh, but there’s really no other way to put it.
The guy in this scenario is caring, outgoing, and desperate to make things work with this girl.
The girl, on the other hand, fools around with others, leads this poor guy on, and only occasionally makes clear her intentions of never staying committed to any man ever.
She also considers herself bisexual, kind of, and thinks she knows a lot about the world.
Anyways, the point I’m getting at is that this chick is a total bitch of an enigma that not only drives this dude crazy, but frustrates the hell out of viewers, as well. In the process, what she becomes is this perfect analogy for the Husky men’s basketball team and their relationship with us, the fans. Let’s examine this, shall we.
This girl is maddeningly frustrating. So are the Huskies.
This girl thinks she’s so much better than she really is. So do the Huskies.
This girl leads people on with flashes of brilliance. The Huskies lead us on with flashes of brilliance.