, the objects of affection are Erica and Victoria Mongeon, calendar girls known to a discerning elite as Rikki and Vikki, the "Ikki twins"—avowedly bisexual and, obviously, monozygotic.According to their online biography, Rikki came out of the womb a few moments earlier, and they came out of the closet almost simultaneously while waitressing at Hooters.Watching it, I held depression at bay by hoping, as never before, that a reality show might inadvertently radicalize some militant feminists.At least the women on boast stable jobs in the service sector (bartender, personal trainer, dominatrix, lifeguard). There's a party promoter, a club promoter, a "Wall Street sales rep" who lives in Massachusetts. offers cynicism without irony and nihilism without surcease. It's so patently deplorable that it's not even any fun to deplore.Amber sported an “I ♥ Rob” t-shirt and before the votes were counted, Rob popped the question. You can check in with Boston Rob on RHAP to hear more of his reality love story and his thick-as-ever Bah-ston accent.
One contestant was praised as "super-superhot, like, stepped-out-of-a-magazine hot," which would only be true if we're talking The twins insist on the cast's sex appeal relentlessly, pleading with the audience to disbelieve its libido.When the two met on season eight of the CBS reality show, they received a lot of speculation that their romance-laced alliance was purely strategical.However, the two proved their critics wrong at the reunion of that same season.The two appeared together on “Bachelor Pad 2” (along with Vienna’s ex, Jake) and successfully creeped everyone out.
They annoyed their roommates and the audience with their constant bickering and pointless conversations.
So let us appreciate its lone moment of self-consciousness, a line from the montage of highlights of the soul-corroding season ahead.