I agree. It was all format and no substance, and this was just one guy. Next week the other two will be up.
Maybe this week they tried too hard to sell the show, maybe not. I hate the matchmakers. Telling funny girl Haile (?) that she had to show sex appeal, when maybe showing sexiness is not in her character. I am glad, however, that Tim sent friend with benefits home.
Even moreso than on the Bachelor, these girls were culled as ready for Prime Time in looks, anyway. All have perfect bodies, perfect hair, perfect grooming. Plastic dolls...are any of them truly real? Real...they kept repeating that mantra, but I found the whole forced set-up anything but real.
From the article:
They even brought in a gimmick from Glass House with the disappearing elevators. This is a must read piece.And these lucky guys break up with women (who are hauled up and down the set like the prize cattle they are) in something called The Garden, which is under the stage and sounds kind of ominous!