Based on the above photo, I've assigned names and descriptions to the cast members, after the jump. Talks with a lisp and seems a bit light in the loafers, but is totes straight. Seems actually capable of talking to women for three and a half seconds without trying to hump them, but revels in his horndog dirtbaggy ways when out with the boys.
Just ask his long-suffering girlfriend back home who spends her days woodenly hating the game, not the playa. Meets a girl named Mashley from Staten Island at a clurrb one night, sorta has an on-again-off-again fling with her, but eventually decides he needs to be a free agent. From a New England town, the hoarse-voiced Danica went to big ol' party school ASU and drank and slopped her way through four years, managing to graduate with degrees in Spanish and finance.
which saw quite a bit of drama thanks to the surprising twist thrown into the season.
Details: This season can be summed up by two words: Mardis Gras.Has one drunken night where she keeps saying she's going to "throw my damn self off the New York Bridge." Deftly recovers when the job challenge emerges-creating a Brooklyn bus tour-and she can take control of that. Shy and nerdy, Misty will be very much the shrinking wallflower of the season.No one is sad when Ninjizza leaves at the end of the season. She'll harbor a quiet, sad crush on Broderick, who will lead her on mercilessly.Michael has snap-happy arguments with one female roommate who needles him about his latent homosexuality. She rasps loudly about how drunk she was allll the time and falls in love with every boy who gives her three and a half seconds worth of attention (with or without trying to hump her.) Blue Shirt: Broderick, 22, Apopka, FL. Seems like one of those cool laid back guys who'd make a swoony young high school teacher, but is actually a drunken debacle.After threatening to punch out some weasely hipster in the premiere episode, Broderick's narrow meatheadedness spirals out of control until he sobbingly admits to having stubbed his toe once when he was six.