Judd Winick, Pedro Zamora and Pam Ling enjoy a San Francisco brunch in 1994.
This season's "Real World" is putting a twist on the iconic series by bunking housemates with their exes in San Francisco, but when the show first hit Fog City in 1994, it was all about strangers simply getting to know each other. With memorable cast members like AIDS activist Pedro Zamora and medical student Pam Ling, Season 3 is still a favorite among longtime viewers, and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its filming, cast member Judd Winick is taking a look back.
Today, the twentysomething housemate best known for his mission to find the perfect girl and land a syndicated cartoon strip tweeted photos from his time in San Francisco, and even a couple from his cast's vacation in Hawaii. Between brunch with good friends, a tandem bike ride and braving the rainforest, the experiences Judd has shared are clear reminders of why the first "Real World: San Francisco" is still so beloved. (Plus, can't you just tell that he and Pam, who are now married, would become a thing?)
Check out the pics for a proper blast from the past, and keep up with 2014's "Real World" Wednesday nights at 10/9c!
Judd Winick, Cory Murphy and Pedro Zamora hang out in Hawaii.
The group poses with former show director George Verschoor.
Judd Winick and Pam Ling, before they were married!
"The rain forrest! (Can you tell?)," Judd Winick tweeted of this Hawaii photo.
Photos courtesy of @JuddWinick