Then & Now: How Far the Guys Have Come

They've really grown up over the years. Sort of.

Did you know that Adam, Blake and Ders were once on a reality dating show? It happened shortly after they moved in together. The show was called “Termidate,” and their performances were — well, you’ll see. But it’s not important how juvenile and immature they used to be. What matters is how much they’ve matured. Let’s compare.

  • THEN

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    Not the guys’ best showing. Ders is obsessed with genetic superiority, Blake is obsessed with sex, and Adam is obsessed with Skyler (their fourth roommate). But hey, that was a long time ago. The guys weren’t great at dealing with women then, but they’ve learned a lot about seduction over the years, right?

  • NOW

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    See? They’re much more refined now. Nothing says romance like pulling a wet handful of shrimp out of your pocket with your bare hand. And offering Molly to a group of women is much more polite than anything the guys did on “Termidate.” What a difference a few years makes.

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    Back to “Termidate.” Again, the guys show their ineptitude with women and immaturity in general. After Blake makes an embarrassing bathroom confession and throws himself at Courtnee, the guys accidentally run over her new love interest with a bus. Whether he’s killed or just badly maimed, it’s clear that Adam, Blake and Ders have some growing up to do.

  • NOW

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    And grow up they did! Here we see Blake and Ders firing two rifles wildly into the air. And while that may not seem mature at first, keep in mind that they think they’re being hunted for sport, so they’re just trying to rob their assailants of bullets. (They’re very wrong about all that, by the way.) And Adam’s quick thinking saves them all from three wolves. Say what you will about their methods, but at least no one gets run over by a bus. Progress is progress.