Just to give you an idea of how throwback this throwback is, when asked what his best physical feature is, Zac — dressed in a green T, kakhi shorts, and a pair of flip flops — said it was the pronounced gap between his two front teeth. In the hilariously cringe-y episode, 18-year-old Zac thinks that a canopy is a mosquito net, takes a swim in some girl's pool, stretches out one prospective date's pair of pumps, and plays a girl's guitar (horribly). NOT EVERYONE IS A RICH SUPER STAR WHO CAN AFFORD FANCY SHMANCY BED FRAMES, ZAC! Anyway, I'm guessing Zac had no clue he'd soon be the star of a Disney Channel movie franchise because he also uncovers a girl's stash of condoms, and other PG-13 items like handcuffs and lingerie!
And while all that was perfectly cute and adorable, I'd like to tell 18-year-old Zac that he's a total jerk for suggesting one girl having a ton of trophies meant she was a brainiac/nerd. Check out the hilarious throwback appearance below.
Premiering in October 2003, Room Raiders is now in its 4th Season and more popular than ever.
This reality show puts a new twist on the dating show where contestants choose a date not by looks or charm, but by what's in their bedrooms.
On August 1, 1981, MTV famously debuted with the music video for “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles, a none-too-subtle nod to the nascent cable network’s ambition.
The catch: These unsuspecting singles have no idea their rooms are going to be raided until after they're kidnapped from their house.
MTV 2003-2006 On the show, three men or women have their rooms inspected (or "raided") by another single man or woman (usually a member of the opposite sex, but some episodes are gay-themed).
The best dating reality shows offer viewers the unique perspective of watching singles trying to find the perfect mate.
Dating tv shows are nothing new, but they're nearly always entertaining.
While we would never spoil the ending for you—check the winner in part three here—there may be a big reason to keep watching the entire episode.