Yeah, I agree. Followed by Nadia. The picture this site posts doesn't really show Nadia's face, but if you look at the picture the CW posts, you can see her beauty.
Originally Posted by Kirsten1526;2179682;
But it's the complete opposite for Erin. This picture of Erin is flattering, but on the CW, there's a picture that isn't really flattering. I still think it's pretty, but the FORT picture is much better.
I agree. The girls, on the other hand.....a lot of them seem like what Dan Jenkins would call "light hooks."
Originally Posted by jasmar;2177149;
Got wings 9/19/2012
There is something attractive about a man who is semi clueless about social structure because he is insanely book smart! I was always partial to the geeks with glasses. There's beauty in everything I suppose.
These two are so sweet. She is just lovely to look at and I loved how she coached Drew for the comedy routine. Too bad he let his nerves get the best of him - I thought he was funny in the kitchen! One of my faves for sure.
Erin = Rad
Erin is the most attractive of all the "beauties" by far. Could she be the hottest female on TV right now? I say absolutely. And she nailed her questions and treats her geek like a sweetheart. Go Erin!
Does this guy remind anyone else of Jim from "The Office?"
Aww he's one of my favorites, and I really like her, too. I hope they go far!
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He does kinda look like Jim.
Erin is still the prettiest. She seems sweet.
At first I was impressed with Erin, and I know guys who are like Drew.
Drew could probably be pretty easily mutated into a quiet, sensitive guy once he represses his Star Trek impulses. That's his claim to fame, but once he gets some confidence in other areas, maybe he'll get along without it and seem less one-sided.
Erin, on the other hand, carries herself as if she has some big self-esteem issues going on. She looks like she cries a lot. She seems fragile to me, and I wouldn't be surprised if she cracks.
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