From G's to Gents

Season 1 Episode 6

Real Talk, Seriously Speaking

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Aug 19, 2008 on MTV - Music Television
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The eight remaining G's are given a lesson in eloquence. Their challenge is to critique various works of art using proper diction and expanding their vocabulary. The winning team will enjoy a night out while the losing team will lose two members.
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      • Cee: How are you tonight, Stanley?
        Stan: Good. How are you doing?
        Cee: Very good actually, after looking at this piece; it feels exquisite. How about yourself?
        Stan: It wouldn't go with anything I have in my house, none of the furnishings.
        Cee: What kind of art do you have in your home?
        Stan: It's contemporary.
        Cee: Contemporary? When you say contemporary, what exactly do you mean?
        Stan: (short pause) Contemporary.
        Cee: Of course.

      • (conversation about Women's Suffrage during the lesson)
        D-Boy: You know, I was in an article in the paper about women's suffrage. Are you familiar with that?
        Stan: No I'm not. If you could, enlighten me.
        (everybody laughs)
        D-Boy: I was reading and it seems that women are actually suffering from how men are trying to act like women. Earrings and eyebrows...
        Mr. Bentley: (behind the scenes) Oh my goodness!
        D-Boy: What do you think about waxing your eyebrows, Stanley?
        Stan: I entertain women.
        D-Boy: There you go! So that's why you want to look like a woman?
        Chante Griffin: I'm gonna stop you guys right now. It is so obvious that you do not know what you are talking about.

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      • Episode Guests
        Chante Griffin: Public Speaking Coach
        Susie Castillo: Former host of MTV's Total Request Live
        Michael Napoliello: Author of "101 Things I Don't Know About Art"

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