5 Most Drama-Filled Moments Of ‘Real World: D.C.’

The season finale of “Real World: D.C.” is creeping up on us faster than a horny housemate (ahem, Andrew). But before we head into Wednesday’s episode, let’s relive the five most dramatic moments of the season, because after all, isn’t that why we watch it?

Andrew’s New Boo Andrea
She busted onto the scene and fell hard for Drewbie, but once we discovered that she was a “Real World” hopeful (and reject), some viewers questioned her intentions. You’ll find out whether or not Andrea’s motives with Andrew were earnest in the “Real World Reunion” airing Wednesday at 11/10c.
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Tossing Of The Roommate
Remember when drunken Ty accidentally(?) nudged Andrew over the balcony — and his gumby-like limbs plopped down onto the concrete? We have no idea how Andrew made it outta that one injury-free, but thankfully he turned up unscathed.
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I-Gots-To-Be-A-Man Josh
Josh’s girlfriend Ashley had barely left from her visit before the wannabe rockstar went out partying and reeled in a lamé-sporting hottie. Ash the P.I. found flicks of them frenching and confronted him. Josh’s defense? “I don’t even think that was me.” (Good one, Josh!)
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Ty’s Love Confession

Things got hot and heavy between self-proclaimed bisexual Em and 80 percent-tool Ty. They did the dirty, and during a sweaty makeout sesh at a club, he committed a game-changing no-no by telling her he was in love.

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Erika’s Peace Out
When the whiny redhead finally decided for reals to leave D.C., her actual departure was sorta anti-climactic. The roomies had already begged Erika to stay, so after her numerous cry-wolfs about fleeing the coop, they were relieved to see her pack her bags (and baggage).
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