Jonny Fairplay finally goes overboard and the producers throw him out of the house. Jonny’s antics start off innocently enough. He tries to get a a pizza that his fellow housemates are eating, but Jenna Lewis won’t let Jonny near the pizza because she’s afraid he is going to throw it into the wall. Jonny finally sneaks by her and grabs the pizza and throws it up in the air.
Jonny Fairplay and Trish Schneider are polar opposites in the Kill Reality house. Jonny likes to scream and pull pranks, while Trish is straight-laced and likes her privacy. More often than not, Trish is the target of Jonny’s pranks. However, it is Rob Cesternino who winds up pushing Trish over the edge.
Katie Doyle from Road Rules 10 arrives at the Kill Reality cast house and promptly claims Jonny Fairplay as her own. Whether she really likes Jonny or she just likes to torture Tonya Cooley is up for debate. Katie keeps slapping Jonny and insisting that Jonny call Tonya dirty names.
House trashing. Screaming matches. Invasions of privacy. Potato chip wiffleball. This week’s episode of Kill Reality questions how reality stars are ever going to finish making the film "The Scorned".
Tonya Cooley is probably best remembered as the girl who struggled through kidney stones on the Real World Chicago. Her appearance on Kill Reality is proving that she just might be the unluckiest person in the world when it comes to medical problems.
Never before seen on a reality series. On this week’s episode of “Kill Reality”, two reality stars from unrelated shows turn harmless flirting into something much more. “Survivor” star Jenna Lewis and “The Real World: Las Vegas” alum Steven Hill, playing the romantic leads in the horror film “The Scorned” discover a strong chemistry on and off the set.
Last week, Toni Ferrari stole the show on Kill Reality. This week, it was Jonny Fairplay’s turn in the spotlight. One of the things that makes Kill Reality work is that many of the participants are just fun to watch. From his “Heart Your Grandma” cap to the way he relishes telling the cast and crew about how Tonya went from nearly jumping out a window to landing in his bed, it’s hard not to laugh at Jonny’s somewhat dark sense of humor.
Nowadays, it seems like everybody who is famous, whether they are musicians, actors, or just filthy rich, wants their own reality TV show. Kill Reality takes the concept in reverse. It’s about reality TV stars who want to be actors.
5280 Mobile has signed a multi-year deal with Creative Light Entertainment to extend their brands, including the new feature film “The Scorned,” and the interactive website TheFishbowl.com, with wireless content, interactive applications, and promotions, it was jointly announced today by Blake Fayling, President, 5280 Mobile, and Paul Camuso, President, Creative Light Entertainment.
The Fishbowl, which started out as a website gathering place for reality TV stars, is doing a TV show and movie. The movie is called The Scorned, and the TV show is called Kill Reality. Kill Reality will premiere on E! Entertainment on Monday July 25th at 10PM.