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    Umm... I'm new and never watched any of the Joe Millionaire or Average Joe but how does this show work? Can someone explain it for me please?

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    There are "average joe's" that compete for Larissa's attention a la Bachelorette. Only the bachelorette doesn't know that there's averag joes, and is expecting hunks. Then she starts to whittle down the guys, and all of a sudden, some real hunks show up, and she has to decide between the average joes who she's known for longer, or to be shallow and choose the hunk... The last one (on AJ1) picked the hunk.

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    Were all still a bit confused about this one Lalol but Dfleming put the basics as well as I think anyone could.....

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    Don't worry , one season in and we still haven't figured it out.
    Is it entertainment or cruelty on the scale of cockfighting? Not sure . Really not sure.

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    But we don't care either (well I don't anyway)

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    Oh... because I was just confused why did some 'hunks' suddenly appear

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    the hunks have "appeared" on the website, but won't be introduced on the show until the next episode, which airs this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LG.
    the hunks have "appeared" on the website, but won't be introduced on the show until the next episode, which airs this week.
    ......which proves that NBC is not against cruel and unusual punishment

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