Four princes from different countries came to America to find love of their lives. They made up fake names and fake life stories because they want to be loved because of themselves, not because of their titles.
Salauddinkhan Babi Balasinor
Since the dawn of time, humans have always wondered: does a perfect world exist? Now, we get the chance to build one. Will it be ultimate happiness or utter chaos? Fifteen pioneering Americans leave their everyday lives and move to an isolated, undeveloped location - for an entire year - where they are challenged to create their own civilization from scratch.
A real-life dramatic series where boyfriends/girlfriends travel to a romantic place to quiz and fascinate the strengths of their relationships. Once the location has been selected, the ... See full summary »
Mark L. Walberg,
Reality TV show where twenty single women fly to France in order to win the affection of a handsome American they believe to be worth $50 million. The twist: The as-yet unidentified man is actually a construction worker with an annual income of $19,000. Written by
This show started out good. It showed that most women are evil golddiggers who could care less about a guy if he doesn't have a ton of $.
But then this show was changed and scripted to be this sweet fairy tale about Evan and Sera, who we're made to beleive found love, and will go off into the sunset with a million dollars, and they'll live happily ever after. But to anybody out there that cried and beleived this nonsense, I'd like to sell you the deed to the Brooklyn Bridge.
Evan and Sera are two aspiring actors that were on TV to make a name for themselves. And they succeeded. Sera will no longer have to star in Cinemax level movies shot on video like "Sillicon Valley", where all the guys are drooling over her big fun bags.
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