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Molly: Did you see the episode where they were swimming with the pigs? When I was watching "The Women Tell All" [the late-season episode in which eliminated contestants discuss their experiences] the other night, I was thinking “they're embarrassed”, but they're also totally excited to get another moment to be there to talk about themselves. Tegan: At first I really liked Jamie, and I also really like Jubilee. Sara: The episode where they kick [Olivia] off, where [ Ben] dumps her. OK, she's friendlier, but it doesn't mean anything but that she has lowered expectations.
They were both kind of funny, and they had attitude. There's the storm, and her face is just so dewy and wet. Sara: When they zoom away they make it look as if she's literally been left on the island alone, and they just get further and further away. Where they keep going further and further until they get to the International Space Station and you know that that girl is still on that island? With the twins, did you ever think, “That's not fair to reduce them to being a unit”?
As the seasons pass, everyone gets more jaded; perversely, though, their dreams of fame are coming true via itself. " Tegan: I can't remember the last time I was somewhere where there was meatloaf. It's actually really impressive for how much they spent on it. Sara: I'm shocked that one of the twins made it as far as she did. You get one sweet item, one salty item, and a beverage. If they don't have the Ruffles, I don't mind a Lay's.
And so the cast is now trapped forever at SUR restaurant, like ghosts at a haunted mansion, even though none of them really work there as waiters anymore because they have become what every waiter dreams of: reality TV stars. Molly: They shot it at the North Hollywood library! At first you watch and you're like, "These people are so pathetic, I'm so much better than them." Then you are suddenly realizing, "Wait, these people are so pathetic and we're really not so different after all." Sara: No, we're not. Tegan: The fact that they always just wrote "Twin" under the twins is so funny. Sara: I would get just regular Perrier, no flavor water. If I were in Canada, we'd be talking a whole different ballgame – my chip of choice is Old Dutch rippled sour cream and onion.
I met up with noted reality TV fans (and indie-pop stars) Tegan and Sara Quin at SUR to discuss ? Like the fantasy date at the end where they clearly have sex but can't talk about it. Molly: I enjoy it as a group psychology experiment. Molly: They're all the perfect level of wanting to be famous. Every time they come onscreen, everyone at my party laughs.
Sara: When my girlfriend and I started dating, one of my her prerequisites for moving in with me was that I had to get cable so that we could watch Bravo. " to "That is the stupidest show." I love participating in things that aren't just universally loved or hated. Tegan: We were out on tour when I was [binge-watching reality tv], and one of my questions is, is it sad to sit and watch this TV alone? We're doing with friends, and it's my first time watching it. Tegan: I get really hung up thinking about what people watching it are feeling and experiencing. You really understand why people get so crazy in confined quarters competing for something they can't all have. Like, they all want to be reality TV stars, so you don't feel like they're being exploited. The other funniest thing is listing people as "unemployed." Like why did they do that to that poor girl?! Molly: But you're the is the best." Sara: I'm all for absorbing and analyzing things that a lot of people like.
At first I was very judgmental about it, but the truth is that I've really enjoyed getting back into reality TV. I find it much more reflective of the world I know in L. When I told people what I was doing tonight, there was a wide spectrum of responses. Molly: I've done other reality shows, but I didn't understand. Friends of mine were like, Oh, you should come over and join us for the show, and I was like, "This is my time! I said, "Oh, I'll try it once," and then it was so fun to watch with other people. I brought a big container of these plastic diamond rings that have a strobe light in them so when you push on them they flash. Tegan: But why does every single person on the show not understand the premise of the show and just cry the whole time that they have to go on group dates? This is exactly what they want — to have their personal lives on TV. Molly: Oh, my god, Olivia – the one who is like, "I wanted to be a newscaster and then I gave up on my dream because this is more important to me." Girl, be a newscaster! I just have to feel like there's going to be something valuable or cerebral to take away from it, you know? Sara: For me, I have a really hard time being critical or negative about things, especially publicly.