We were going to spend tonight welcoming back the swinging '90s and celebrating Repeal Day, but screw that: Now that we know that the Real World: Brooklyn castmembers will be let out of their Red Hook
prison loft for a night and forced to mingle with the public, we're going to go stalk them instead.
That's right: Tonight, at the Paley Center, Jeff Gordinier -- editor-at-large of Details magazine, speaking of things that were cool in the '90s -- moderates a panel comprised of the full cast (which, if you've been paying attention, includes a transgendered lady and a dolphin trainer), plus a couple of producers.
They'll be showing a sneak peek of the 21st season (which promises sobbing, bikini shots, and buckets of crazy), taking your questions, and generally digging into how MTV's Real World phenomenon has gripped the planet since 1992 and, you know, what it all means.
Tickets are $15 ($10 for Paley Center members); and 'Same City, New Borough: The Real World Does Brooklyn' kicks off at 6:30PM, which means you have less than five hours to come up with a question guaranteed to make the tranny cry.