If a relationship begins with a lie, what is the expected lifespan of such a relationship?
That is a question that “One Nut Johnson” posed to viewers tonight. Even if the lie is a harmless one or it was for a good reason, how much longer can the lie hold up.
Walden is lonely. He knows that his money is a likely hindrance on his path to find love. So he takes the next logical step; take his money out of the equation.
He basically becomes a slightly more handsome and likeable version of Alan. Sure enough, he gets a girl, who is smart, attractive and does not know about his ranking on the Forbes 500 list.
I am certainly sure that right there are lot of people right now, female or male, who are wealthy and can’t find love because of their affluence, which begs the age-old question: Is money better than love. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (TV Fanatic Staff)
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