The first show seemed canned, well-scripted and completely boring. Could they have found a more mundane, monotone guy - he might have been attractive, but he had no personality and limited vocabulary. The episodes were the same each week - no spice, no interesting twists. And, the alleged 1 million was to be paid out over 40 years, which, after taxes, comes to about $100.oo per week, or a lump-sum payment, which in today's annuity market, would be about $150,000. Not much of a price - therefore, Erin didn't really give much up in returning. And, they need a new host - what is the point of having him? He has no personality, doesn't ad lib whatsoever and has basically the same five lines each week.