The Good: In a memorable Real World moment, Beth tried to help her roommate Tami cover up when housemate David pulled the covers off her. All Beth's good deed got her was a door slammed on her head.
The Bad: Due to her poor performance on Battle of the Seasons, she got herself and her partner, Jon, kicked off in the first episode. Her personality often clashes with other cast members.
The Ugly: Not that we're ageist but shouldn't she be signing up for Social Security or something?
In a memorable Real World moment, Beth tried to help her roommate Tami cover up when housemate David pulled off her covers, but all her good deed got her was a door slammed on her head. This old-schooler's personality and penchant for gossiping often clashes with other cast members. Most memorable came during The Inferno II, when an upset Tonya threw all of Beth's belongings, including -- gasp! -- her real Louis Vuitton purse, into the pool. Ouch! She reluctantly participated in the next mission, but packed up her wet belongings and headed home shortly thereafter. She came back with a vengeance on The Gauntlet 2, beating out Ruthie to become team captain, much to her team's dismay. She butted heads with Montana while the rest faked nice to their captain for fear of intentional sabotage. Even though she knew they really wanted her gone, her response was, "Bring it on bitches!" Beth's reign -- too long, if you ask her team, it ended when she threw in the towel after having to "Beach Brawl" Aneesa. What is Beth cooking up this time around?
The Gauntlet III
If there were a Challenge Hall of Fame, Beth would be the first inducted. Despite being slapped around by Tina and the infamous dumping of her clothes in the pool by Tonya, Beth is always up for another round. For the first time since Battle of the Seasons (in which she was eliminated first), Beth joins Coral on the same Challenge team. One can only imagine the drama that will unfold.