In 1999, MTV debuted Making the Video and The Tom Green Show, their hit unscripted TV drama The Real World went to Hawaii, and they got a great deal of airplay out of that Prince tune. You know the one. Gracious, and on all that, they distributed Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Perks of Being a Wallflower
This tale by Stephen Chbosky highlights the three electrifying things that make The Real World (and MTV overall) so fruitful: sex, medications, and awesome. Albeit, since we consider it, it may be more Rocky Horror Picture Show than jammin—’yet there’s sufficient music in Perks to keep you murmuring for quite a long time.
The tale follows a fifteen-year-old contemplative kid named Charlie through his first year of secondary school. He encounters an assortment of general high schooler firsts: first date, first kiss, first move, first time acting in a gold speedo before a live crowd. Alright, perhaps not every person’s accomplished that last one, however it goes with the job in Charlie’s life.