Road To Baby Tadison: Look Back At Tony And Madison's 'Real World: Skeletons' Romance - MTV
Madison and Tony may have been haunted by a few skeletons during their time in the Real World, but the duo ultimately joined a unique crew. Madison and Tony from MTV's "Real World: Skeletons" are ex-girlfriend invasions and continued their romance after leaving the Windy City. Dating · Advice · Fashion “The Real World: Skeletons” recap (): Meet the Housemates At the club, everyone is having a good time. Madison goes upstairs, and Violetta uses this chance to hit on Tony, who does not.
Everyone is three sheets to the wind at this point, and the situation only gets more absurd from here. Madison is upset and complains in her high pitched whine that all the girls hate her, and to make everything all better, Tony starts making out with her.
“The Real World: Skeletons” recap (30.1): Meet the Housemates
Madison goes upstairs, and Violetta uses this chance to hit on Tony, who does not mind the attention. Nicole has passed out, so three roommates haul her snoring body to one of the bedrooms and deposit her on the bed.
Madison sees Violetta flirting with Tony and starts objecting to her encroachment, and another fight is averted as the two are separated. Violetta and Sylvia retreat to a bench with Bruno. Violetta starts kissing Bruno. Then she turns around and kisses Sylvia.
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The next morning Violetta attempts to make breakfast, but she is no Cat Cora and burns all the food, much to the annoyance of her roommates. Tequila is a hell of a drug.
Later, Sylvia and Bruno start hitting it off, and they escape to the confessional, where they start making out with each other. Violetta tells Bruno that she was bullied as a child, because she was an immigrant and did not speak English.
To compensate, she became a bully herself. Will someone she tormented in the past move in later this season? Well, this one was easy. Tony better put a jimmy proof deadlock on his bedroom door. We will find out why as the season unfolds. Bruno has invited Carla, the woman he picked up at the bar to come over to the house, where he lives with Sylvia, the roommate he has kissed with great force.
Violetta reveals that she has an alcohol-fueled alter-ego named Clarice who comes out and does the white girl dance. When the girls get home, they are all totally faced. But Carla is still there! Bruno has to hide her upstairs where nobody can find them. In a perfectly well-thought out plan that could have zero possible consequences, Tony starts to flirt with Sylvia to keep her distracted from finding Bruno with another woman in the house.
Except Madison, the girl that Tony has made out with in the house, is sitting right there. This leads to a fight between her and Jason where he accuses her of having a mouth bigger than her cheeks and says some generally terrible and un-cool things to her.
He repeats a couple times that he has no emotional feelings for Yolanda, the mother of his baby, despite the method in which most babies are conceived. Everyone goes kayaking and Nicole dances in the kayak.
Tony makes a phone call to Elizabeth. Bonus points to the screen caption team for the third week running. Elizabeth found the Real World Twitter page and already has seen some of the things Tony has gotten into this season, namely Madison. This is also a new development.
Usually the production team is much more secretive about what gets out during filming. But it adds a nice wrinkle to the premise and I like it so it stays. Also, I might be Tony. After his phone call, Madison tries to get to the bottom of the tension between them because she likes him but there are…signs.
Madison gives good side eye. V and the girls talk about the possibility of people they hate showing up. They very clearly feel it is going to happen. The girls get a tour around the city by Cole, one of those magical local folks who show up as background characters on the Real World. Meanwhile, the Wolf Pack has only one main goal: They hit the rooftop club and Bruno meets a new girl who wants to know why they are filming him. Later that night, the roommates collide back at the house.
Sylvia is the most drunk followed by V and then Madison. The Wolfpack had a leisurely night of gallivanting and are not intoxicated.