It's fair to say that because of Frank's hypersensitive nature and penchant for standing up for himself while very very drunk, he was at the epicenter of lots of drama...sometimes unwarranted, but drama nonetheless. So being that tonight was the "Real World: San Diego" finale, we thought we'd reflect back on some of his best "Frankouts." Let's have a look:
1. Party Foul
During tonight's season finale, Frank was less than pleased with Nate's hosting decorum. The Living Memoir CEO/Founder got hammered and stumbled out of his own event, which left one pissed off roomie with all of the responsibility. Frank took care of business, but not without giving his buddy an earful.
You always lash out at the people closest to you, which probably explains why Frank and Nate got into it so often. When Frank learned that his roommate relocated bedrooms because of his discomfort with homosexuality, he went on a rampage and broke everything in sight.
We're not saying that Frank's anger wasn't warranted here, but after Priscilla scarred him by cutting his hair and leaving him with a bald patch, he could have handled things differently. Like, by demanding that someone buy him a new hat. Instead, Frank went off on 'Scilla and Byron, who was merely an innocent bystander.
No matter how nasty Frank got, he was always eager to sit everyone down and apologize for his behavior. Of course, as soon as he got emotional, Zach made fun of him for "being on his man period."
The San Diego newbie's willingness to connect was evident after the first night, when he professed his love and attraction to his roommate, Alexandra, who was already in a relationship. She handled his neediness as best she could, but it was a lost cause when he realized she really did love her boyfriend.
Bonus Moment: "Real World: After Show"
In this bonus clip from the "Real World: After Show," the cameras turned on just in time for a major "Frankout." He went postal on Ashley for making obtuse comments about gay soldiers during a previous episode.
+ What was your favorite "Frankout" from the year? Sound off in the comments and let us know!
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