This show was amazing, but also ALL sorts of messed up.
Here's what went down: when parents didn't like their kid's boyfriend or girlfriend, they all went on this show.
Sullivan and Youngerman both cited their faith as a factor in their deciding to wait to have sex.
Melger, a gay man, said he grew up in a family where he never got much information about sex.
Brown cited a survey conducted by her organization that indicates that young adults don't look down on virgins, as media portrayals often depict, but instead respect virginity. Earlier this week, we heard cast members and producers from Discovery's "Naked and Afraid" insist that their show isn't about the nudity, but instead stripping competitors down to the most survival testing situation.
The subject of his ex-wife Brandi Glanville's own reality-show appearances on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," came up and there was much back-and-forth about who will say what on what show and Cibrian's decision not to show his children on "Le Ann & Eddie," and....There was just something about watching awkward or super confident young adults try to navigate the obstacles of the show to attempt to meet someone they clicked with.I loved the terrible scripted dialogue, relished the extra juicy moments, and couldn’t stop hate-watching the people who were total jerks…As if all of that wasn't awkward enough, the scorned significant other had to sit with the parents the whole time, watching their boyfriend or girlfriend go on dates with other people.There was a lot of fighting and angry words, and it was like, what do you think these people did after the show?
These shows all had the same premise: to meet the “love of your life” (or at least someone cute you could make out with).