"It's our last day in the big blue house. Tomorrow night, seven people who have grown close are going to be scattered all over the country again," Randy. Things are winding down in San Diego. A week before they move out, Brad says he already...... Read Full Episode Summary »
"It's our last day in the big blue house. Tomorrow night, seven people who have grown close are going to be scattered all over the country again," Randy.
Things are winding down in San Diego. A week before they move out, Brad says he already feels like he is losing something. The roommates agree that Cameran has learned a lot while in the Real World house, but Brad is walking away unsure about what he learned. Jacquese thinks they have all learned something about life and people and how to deal with certain situations.
Cameran says Jamie has taught her that she can stand up for herself in a classy way, while Robin has taught her, "if all else fails, hit". Cameran's joking of course, but she is referring to the very real incident with Cameran and The Marine who didn't take too kindly to getting a girl's knuckle in his bicep. Brad notes that Robin's personality has really mellowed a lot since she got to San Diego.
Brad, Cameran and Robin decide to go out to a club to get their party on one more time before they scatter. At da club, when the bouncer checks Cammie's fake ID, Brad wigs out and decides to grab the ID, hand it to Cammie and then instruct her to run. This prompts several mean-looking bouncers to descend upon Brad and threaten to arrest him for a misdemeanor. Meanwhile, Robin and Cammie take off so they don't get in trouble. Cammie doesn't understand that Brad was just trying to look out for her. Luckily he was able to talk his way out of getting arrested.
A day before they all move out, Robin goes to court to learn her fate. Turns out they made her an offer to lower the charge to disturbing the peace. She will be fined, but won't go to jail. Robin is pleased.
Frankie calls to talk to Jacquese, who narrates that he misses his "road dog." Frankie says she has no regrets about leaving the house.
The roommates sit out on their patio and reminisce about the good times they've had. Brad recommends saving the "emotional sh-t" for the last day and party like rock stars that night.
Robin is first to leave on the final day. Cameran describes Robin as the "older, party girl sister" that she never had. Robin hopes she and Mike can continue to have a relationship long distance. Randy is looking forward to going home so he can apply what he has learned in San Diego to his regular life. He takes a water taxi outta there. Charlie is next to leave and despite his short time in the house, he says he will miss everyone.
Brad narrates that Jamie takes what you say to her to heart and she responds from the heart and that's what makes her such a good person. Jacquese says he has learned to forgive people and not hold grudges. When they leave, only Cammie and Brad remain.
"I never thought I'd make out with a Northern boy and I did," Cammie narrates. Ah, but she did. More than once. Brad narrates that Real World is finding out what you want to do with yourself; finding out where you fit in. Brad and Cammie hug each other goodbye and while Cammie leaves in a taxi, Brad hops on his bike and rides off into the San Diego sunset.
Robin and Mike are still a couple, though he's on his tour of duty in Iraq.
Randy is doing a five month tour of Europe this summer.
Charlie and his girlfriend have broken up and now Charlie will be getting back in his band.
Jamie is back at UC Riverside and is keeping communications with her parents open.
Jacquese is back at Morehouse and is continuing talks with his dad.
Cameran has no idea what she is going to do next.
Brad has his own apartment and hopes to start a travel company involving extreme sports.