This is the true story of seven strangers, picked to live in a house to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting surreal: “The Surreal Life.”

Paul Wong
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Ho? Check. Short person? Check. Washed up rocker? Check. Washed up rapper? Check. Corey Feldman? Double check.

Intended to be the WB’s newest gem on the reality show circuit, “The Surreal Life” places seven ex-celebrities in the confinement of country guitarist Glen Campbell’s house for 10 days and nights. However – no surprise here – the characters cause conflict as their personalities are thrown into the intimate realm of a cozy, multimillion-dollar home.

Unlike shows such as “The Real World,” these experienced entertainers walk into the house with personal and emotional baggage already known to the general tabloid reading public. Or, if you are 2001 Playmate of the Year and “Baywatch” star Brandy Roderick, you’ll walk in with several designer suitcases barely sustainable for this week-and-a-half California vacation.

Thirty-one-year-old Corey Feldman (“The Goonies,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”) has grown up and tamed his wild addictions with the support of his close girlfriend Suzy. Similarly, MC Hammer has reformed as a pastor and adoring father. Vince Neil of M

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