Since Real World: DC ended, you may not be meeting your quota of watching over-privileged kids live extravagantly in the Nation’s Capital. Never fear, though, because MTV’s got another dose of the good stuff: Teen Cribs, Georgetown Edition.
Apparently MTV Cribs was so wildly popular that it has been resurrected in the form of Teen Cribs, where the camera follows teenage who, by sheer luck, were born into wildly decadent homes. Georgetown Metropolitan dug up a recent episode that features at a home right in our neighborhood—1633 29th Street, to be exact. Check it out around the 14:45 mark.
I’m not really sure where to start. These kids are named Bo, Tucker, Gibson, and Gussie. Their parents are “venture capitalists.” They play lacrosse. They are terrible actors. And, like all other spoiled children of rich people, they are full of themselves. Bo has “taken fifty or sixty thousand pictures.” Gibson’s room is lined with sports trophies, and his family comes to all his games because they are in, in his words, “[The] bomb dot com.” Gussie, who seems to be a mix between Ann Coulter and a rugby player, rolls up on a Vespa and takes us to the family’s own private lacrosse field. And of course, the kids constantly remind us how “blessed” they are to have shit like a trampoline and a two-story pool-house while living in D.C.
Despite the cheesy lines and overdone opulence, I have to say that my favorite part of Teen Cribs is excessive number of people hanging out in every room of the house. Who knew that Georgetown residents had so many friends?