22 Throwback MTV shows of the 2000's
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22 Throwback MTV shows of the 2000's

The beginning of the ridiculous MTV shows only 90's kids will understand.

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22 Throwback MTV shows of the 2000's
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All of us 90's kids grew up in the age of what we'd refer to as "old school" MTV. Here is a list of our favorite shows of the early 2000s that we watched when we were probably just a little too young to understand.

1. Parental Control

2. The Real World

3. The Real World/Road Rules Challenge

4. Laguna Beach

5. True Life

6. Pimp My Ride

7. MTV Cribs

8. My Super Sweet 16

9. Making the Band

10. Yo Momma

11. Date My Mom

12. Rob & Big

13. MADE

14. The Life of Ryan

15. Room Raiders

16. Meet the Barkers

17. Jackass


18. TRL

19. A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila

What is "reality tv" without a dating show to compete with Vh1's "Flavor of Love"?

20. The Ashlee Simpson Show

21. Next

22. Teen Mom


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