Some of the most memorable and crazy men and women from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette return in the Bachelor Pad to try and win the end prize of $100,00. All that stands in their way ... See full summary »
Each season, series producers choose a diverse group of seven to eight people in their late teens to mid-20s to live together in a major city. The series presents their spontaneous, ... See full summary »
Alton Williams II,
Past members of "The Real World," "Road Rules," "Are You the One?," first time cast members called "Fresh Meat," and relatives of these members, compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.
Johnny 'Bananas' Devenanzio,
Chris 'C.T.' Tamburello
A reality show that brings shame to America and "True Love"
It makes one wonder how this show is still on the air. There's been one couple that has stayed together, married, and has children, but everyone else has broken up. What's the point of continuing this? The show can be entertaining at the beginning. You see all the girls swooning over one man, that almost all of them like instantly. It's just like in real life! The girls start to take sides, bitch one another out, and show their true selves (or so we think). But that one man is left to decide who to pick that he thinks he can marry and live happily ever after.
What is true love exactly? How can you fall for someone when you're forced to pick them? This show is unbelievable. You thought dating online was bad, but people have to go on TV to find love? It's not realistic. How could a girl be with a man when he is going out with several others, making out with them? None of these questions are answered, and finally when the show ends, you know there won't be a happy ending in the future. For all we know, everything is scripted.
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