Exactly. And after learning about the money, and meeting the guy, it very quickly became clear to all of them that NBC lied about the guy, and the only compelling reason to stay (at least from what we can see) is the money. I can't see why any of them would debase themselves in any way just for the $18K, unless they a) don't understand what an annuity is, or didn't read the fine print on the contract, or b) have some other reward in mind (more fame and exposure, another secret on the show, a trista wedding...). Plainly speaking, it doesn't seem like the women have been given motivation consistent with their actions. Why are they still in it to win it?Originally posted by mimi
These women signed up for this show because they wanted TV exposure (under the guise of wanting to meet a potential husband). They didn't know about the money until the show began taping.
Unless there are more things in heaven and earth then dreamed of in your carefully edited reality show, Horatio.