That is a title that is reserved for the notorious Tiffany “New York” Pollard.For those who are unfamiliar, Tiffany Pollard (of the Utica, New York, Pollards) made her grand entrance into the reality-show cannon in 2006 via VH1’s cult-classic dating game show, , starring Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav as the bachelor.
The eight-time All-Star has dominated the Cleveland Cavaliers through the first two games of the NBA Finals to the tune of 35.5 points, 11.0 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 2.5 blocks a night behind a borderline-ridiculous 56.3 percent shooting clip from the field and 50.0 percent mark from deep.
One is stuck in conservative values (parents wanting virgins and baby makers), and another has become more open-minded (like the 23-year-old guy who wanted to defy his mother and choose the 40-year-old divorcee.) Some viewers have criticized the show for being overly dramatic and suspect it is scripted, which the producer denied in several interviews.
As a Chinese woman who myself has grown up in this divided time—caught in between conservative and progressive China—I found the show almost too real to the point that it’s painful to watch.
” They also brutally rejected a 40-year-old divorcee and single mom.
The parents on the show grilled bachelorettes with questions like “Can you do housework?
The two companies have greenlit production for a 12-episode short-form dating show called “Phone Swap,” which will launch via Snapchat’s Discover platform later in the year.