They have to convince their families of their engagement and get married in 12 days time with all their family members attending and without any of them objecting, in order to win the money. However, what Randi does not know is that Steve is, in reality, a professional actor, whose goal is to make things difficult for Randi. In the first episode, things get complicated as the fake fiance is revealed to be the very annoying and unattractive man who fits the show's title. The revelation of the engagement to Randi's family intentionally causes tension.
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The premise: An RV full of daters went one by one on dates with a stranger who could at any time call "next" to get a new person to date. For every minute the date lasted, the dater earned a dollar, which they got to keep if they got "nexted. Why it was so wild: The daters' personal facts were iconic , and the premise was essentially Tinder with a financial-incentive twist. The one true highlight was the terrible daters, who, admittedly, made for great reality TV — but where was the love? The premise: Each episode, a contestant met with three moms who would try to convince them to date her child. At the end of the episode and based solely on the dates with the moms, the contestant would choose which mother's child to date. Why it was so wild: Okay, I will start by admitting I laugh every time I see a picture of the moms lined up on the beach like they're on a late-season episode of The Middle-Aged Bachelor.
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After 3 seasons, Flavor Flav chose to not marry or date any of the winners from any of the three seasons. Instead, it was revealed that he would marry Liz, the mother of his seventh child, Karma, on the Season 3 reunion show. The show was a ratings success for VH1.
Game tells his platonic friend that he's healed, Tiffney has an enlightening talk with a life coach, and both feel ready to start the next chapter in their separate lives. Game educates his sons on his "rules of swag," and Tiffney's friend Faith Evans eases her anxieties about dating. Though Game is energized playing to sellout crowds in the U. Ahead of Game's U. Tiffney feels like she is being taken for granted and so she decides she needs to step away from this relationship.