See more » This has to be one of the most stupid programs I have ever watched. There's no way any of us can relate to this experience.
To call this series a "Reality-TV" show is simply ridiculous. As if having a naked couple trying to connect in front of a camera, which in itself is pretty outlandish, wasn't enough they continue to introduce more naked suitors.
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wrapped its second season in December with Bird getting an abortion, Ben being beaten to a bloody pulp by Rick, and Max turning himself in for the murder of Carter’s boyfriend Jared.
There was just something about watching awkward or super confident young adults try to navigate the obstacles of the show to attempt to meet someone they clicked with.
I loved the terrible scripted dialogue, relished the extra juicy moments, and couldn’t stop hate-watching the people who were total jerks…
This show was amazing, but also ALL sorts of messed up.
Cast members have experienced severe emotional hardship, including addiction issues, mental health challenges, and the armed robbery and assault of Kim Kardashian West in Paris last October.
, obviously), but when nothing else is on and I’m feeling so bored I could scream, I’ll watch them.
Back in the early 2000’s, one of my boring/lazy day guilty pleasures was watching reality dating competition shows.
The premise was simple: an attractive, vapid family who loved butts and money tried to acquire fame (and more money).
When they bickered, it was from a well-appointed ski chalet; when they gossiped, it was over delightfully large salads, and about 40 percent of the show is prolonged establishing shots of California scenery.
These shows all had the same premise: to meet the “love of your life” (or at least someone cute you could make out with).