Talk about a TV glow up.
... unless you had parents who didn't believe in TV.
Over the past 18 years, MTV's The Challenge has been quietly influencing the reality shows we've all come to love. Here's how it shaped the genre as we know it.
"I'm gonna need a lot more of these quarter rolls."
FAFSA be like, "Nahhhh!"
It doesn't actually teach you how to adult.
I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M DOING AFTER GRADUATION, OK???
Who designed this burlap sack and called it a graduation gown?
But, I don't want to adult yet.
The One Where They All Get Free Health Care.
The Real World aka Seven Strangers Fit Into One Hot Tub.
If it's due tomorrow, do it tomorrow.
From Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies to Best Picture winners to Buffy characters and episodes, here are BuzzFeed Entertainment's rankings from 2014. Ironically, these are presented in no particular order.
BuzzFeed has the exclusive trailer for The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II, which features Diem Brown and Ryan Knight, who both died after filming wrapped.
Knight was found unconscious on Thursday morning after a night out with friends. The Kenosha, Wisconsin, police are investigating his death.
The reality show contestant died after a long battle with cancer.
Cap and gown? More like nap and frown.
And we wonder why grown-ups are so pissed off all the time.
"I'm gonna make as much money as I can, and spend it on money."
Check out the exclusive trailer for MTV's 25th edition of The Challenge, called Free Agents, premiering April 10.
If I knew what I was doing after college, I would tell you.
You only get four years to try the stuff in this video. So make sure you don't leave school with any regrets.
Well at least through the second Vegas season. The nostalgia is killing me.
Can you tell the difference between reality TV bros and professional athletes?
Mike "The Miz" Mizanin went from The Real World to the WWE — and now he has his first big acting role in The Marine 3: Homefront.
Either way, this clip from last night's "MTV Battle of the Exes" definitely comes across as 100% racist. I hope everyone involved is ashamed of themselves.
This is news to certain people.
I can't tell whether this is a real TV pitch or a flawlessly edited parody.
Well, The Real World hasn't even started yet, and already there's some juicy cast member/blogger drama!
Jake Bronstein - Road Rules contestant, former editor-at-large for FHM Magazine, and overall provocateur - is now a start-up personality, having founded a "blagazine" meant to encourage people to have fun.