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Kids brought up in the age of hip-hop, "Friends", and iPods take one step ... backwards into the age of disco, "The Brady Bunch", and 8-tracks.

Recaps by Brian Moore, GSNN


Hosts ("Bert van Stiles & Dawn"):
Bil Dwyer & Natasha Leggero
Creator: Aaron Lee
EP: Adam Cohen, Cara Tapper, Joanna Vernetti
Packager: MTV Productions
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:30pm ET on MTV

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"If You Can Dodge Keeping It Real, You Can Dodge a Ball" - July 19

Tuesday night, around the same time you see Rock Star: INXS and Extreme Dodgeball III, you might have spend some time in MTV's The 70's House.

The remaining occupants of the house are finding the 70's lifestyle to get more and more harder. And to make things interesting, a new neighbor visits by the name of Randy. Some of the players are finding him a little annoying.

After the players meet Randy, they get a mission briefing from Oscar. They'll be competing in a dodgeball challenge, unfortunately it won't be in the same caliber as the 3rd season of GSN's "Extreme Dodgeball". Oscar selects Ruben and Ashley to be the team captains. They alternate turns picking players to be their teammates. Ruben chooses Andrew, Jami, Corey, and Linda while Ashley chooses Joey, Pete, Sarah, and Hailey.

The players get into their vehicles including Randy's car and drive to a schoolyard. Over there, the players are once again feeling the embarassment coming from the laughter of some of the students at the schoolyard. It's because they're wearing their 70's-style athletic clothing. To add a twist each of the teams will face off against the male compeditors from the WWE. The team that stays with them in the court the longest wins.

Ruben's team goes first and Corey gets eliminated first followed by Jami, Andrew, Ruben, and Linda. Ashley's team plays next with Pete eliminated first, followed by Ashley, Sarah, Joey and Hailley. The WWE team has always proved they always kicked some major booty, but as always the competition is about who's the most 70's.

Back at the house Oscar reveals the recorded times. Ruben's team stayed on for one minute and 57 seconds while Ashley's team stayed on for only 58 seconds. Ruben's team wins and they'll be treated to some entertainment while the Ashley's team is on the chopping block. Oscar first puts up Pete for elimination because of his comment about "keeping it real". Oscar also puts up Sarah for elimination because she gave the least amount of "foxy" and "outta sight". And apparently Randy the new neighbor is also the informant.

While Pete and Sarah are taken to the next elimination challenge, while Ruben's team are being entertained by Mimes. Okay, let's back to the elimination challenge called "Liars Lounge". And once again "Bert Van Styles" hosts. The players will be shown guests, and they have 60 seconds to ask questions to help them determine if they're telling the truth or not.

1st Guest: "The Unknown Comic"
Sarah: Lie
Paul: Lie

The first guest really is "The Unknown Comic" so nobody scores.

2nd Guest: Figure Skater, Dorothy Hamill
Sarah: Lie
Paul: Lie

The second guest is not really Dorthy Hamill and once again, nobody scores.

3rd Guest: Christopher Atkins, from the movie "Blue Lagoon".
Sarah: Truth
Paul: Truth

The third guest really is Christopher Atkins, from the movie "Blue Lagoon." Both players are tied a one a piece.

4th Guest: The Captain from Captain & Tenille
Sarah: Lie
Paul: Truth

Sarah is correct, the fourth guest is not really The Captain from Captain & Tenille. Sarah leads two points to one over Pete.

5th Guest: Voice of Scooby-Doo
Sarah: Lie
Paul: Lie

They're both correct, the fifth guest really is not the voice of Scooby-Doo. And Sarah wins the challenge three to two over Paul.

The players reunite back at the house, but for not much longer as Paul changes back to his modern clothes and goes back to the present. We'll be back to the 70's again next week, don't miss it.

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