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After the roommates realize the true concept of the show, both groups aren't above relying on ageist stereotypes, which came out during a trip to a grocery store (Angelina wonders if she should pick up adult diapers for her elder housemates) and a quiz game, where seniors and juniors were asked questions about the opposite sides' generation (Young people are dumb! (Though, to be completely honest, the juniors weren't doing themselves any favors by not knowing that the Civil War happened before World War II... ) "Forever Young" is definitely rooted in the "old people... " narrative of senior reality shows before it, like "Golden Sisters" on OWN and WE TV's retirement community romp "Sunset Daze". Even if it can't help itself when it cuts to sight gags (83-year-old former showgirl Shirley's thong is still a granny pantie) and age-related stereotypes like memory loss, the season preview shows that friendships and understanding are formed through crazy challenges and set-ups that are oh-so-common for these types of shows.

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