It was a charity event gone all wrong on the finale of "The Real World: San Diego" (Wed., 10PM ET on MTV). Nate Stodghill was the organizer, but when things didn't go the way he wanted in advance -- he made his friends and housemates sell tickets for it, but they hadn't sold enough to make him happy -- he got blitzed at the event itself.
Frank Sweeney laid into him then and there for his lack of professionalism, but that wasn't the last of it. Later, Nate was trying to relax in the jacuzzi, but there was still a lot of paperwork to take care of that he'd just left there. When Frank checked up on him to make sure Nate was on top of his part, Nate snapped at him and Frank lost it. After Nate's "performance" at the House of Blues, it was understandable.
While these housemates were less violent than the previous season, this was still a very angry bunch of people. They seemed far more absorbed with their own problems than taking advantage of the opportunity the show gave them to open themselves up to new experiences and different kinds of people.
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