America's favorite identical bisexual blond MTV reality show bombshells, Rikki and Vikki Ikki, put Duke's Chowderhouse on prime time Tuesday night.

"Double Shot at Love"

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Tacoma Duke's Chowderhouse Gets Double Shot at Love

America's favorite identical bisexual blond MTV reality show bombshells, Rikki and Vikki Ikki, put Duke's Chowderhouse on prime time Tuesday night.

"Double Shot at Love" is the program that gives male and female contestants a chance to win the buxom twins' affections. On the most recent episode, a contestant named Rebecca brought the girls home to meet her family at the Duke's on Ruston Way in Tacoma.

Reality shows are notoriously scripted (for an example, check out Seely's intrepid expose of "Elimidate"), but Duke's general manager Shannon Kamalu says she didn't see any machinations, as the filming was done in a private banquet room.

"They don't tell you what [the show is] about," she explains. "They had so many people here, all the guests were like, "Oh my God--MTV's here--they're doing Real World Tacoma!' I was like, 'I don't think that's gonna happen.'"

And now, Mercer Island native Joel McHale reviews a recent episode:

 
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