Hilariously, the cast bios completely ignore perhaps the most high-profile job held by this cast: Dustin has worked as a gay porn star.
"The Real World," the first modern, narrative, unscripted reality TV show, turns 25 when its new season debuts Wednesday night.
It has been around so long that its alumni now includes a member of Congress, Sean Duffy, who was previously best known for being a cast member on "The Real World Boston." The MTV series is quite different from the show that surprised audiences when it aired in 1992.
One of "The Real World"'s charms is that viewers love to think nostalgically about their youth and judge the current casts as immature and unworthy, just like people did to the casts they watched.
Compare that to the newest cast members, who are all over 21, but who have, at most, career ambitions, not actual careers or lives.
Naomi's bio cites her internships and Nany's says she wants to be a parole officer after graduating college, but otherwise the bios focus on things like personalities, childhood trauma, and relationships.