Slideshow posted in Entertainment News | Friday, April 08, 2011
David 'Puck' Rainey appeared on 'The Real World: San Francisco' in 1994. The tattooed bad boy's roommates should have known from the start that they'd have their hands full when he arrived late on the very first day due to a run-in with the police. Even though his outrageous fights with an HIV-positive roommate took up most of his screen time, he had a beef with just about every single person in the house, which led to him being booted off the show.
On television, he prided himself on his gross habits that included not using soap when he showered, eating with his hands and his notable trademark on the show as the 'snot rocket' (once, he picked his nose and he dipped that same finger into a jar of peanut butter meant for the entire house).
Despite being booted off the show, Puck harassed the rest of the housemates with prank phone calls, many with anti-gay insults directed towards Pedro (who was his least favorite person in the house). When Puck returned on MTV's 'Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Sexes,' he spit in the face of his housemate, David Edwards, making tensions run so high that producer Jonathan Murray had to be brought in to fix the situation. Puck is most known for saying, 'I'm telling America, no ... the world, that I am going to be the biggest name in reality television 50 years from now, no one will forget the trail that I have blazed.'( Photo / MTV Studios)